Sleepless in Manhattan

Sleepless in Manhattan

eBook - 2016
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USA TODAY bestselling author Sarah Morgan introduces From Manhattan with Love, a sparkling new trilogy about three best friends embracing life—and love—in New York  Cool, calm and competent, events planner Paige Walker loves a challenge. After a childhood spent in and out of hospitals, she's now determined to prove herself—and where better to take the world by storm than Manhattan? But when Paige loses the job she loves, she must face her biggest challenge of all—going it alone.  Except launching her own events company is nothing compared to hiding her outrageous crush on Jake Romano—her brother's best friend, New York's most in-demand date and the only man to break her heart. When Jake offers Paige's fledgling company a big chance, their still-sizzling chemistry starts giving her sleepless nights. But can she convince the man who trusts no one to take a chance on forever?
Publisher: [S.l.] : HQN Books, 2016
ISBN: 9781459294080
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: 3M Cloud Library

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AnneCarolineDrake
Sep 15, 2018

I've been on a delightful end-of-summer binge of Sarah Morgan's Manhattan with Love series.

This book includes the novella Midnight at Tiffany's.

I started with Holiday in the Hamptons which I loved. It was the last book in the series, and Sleepless in Manhattan was the first. If I had read the books in the order which they were written, I wouldn't have gone on a binge. I had been looking forward to reading about the launch of Urban Genie as well as the love story between Paige Walker and Jake Romano. Both were boring.

I had also been looking forward to Midnight at Tiffany's which tells the story of Chase Adams and Matilda. It too was disappointing.

But, what I seriously didn't like about the book was the romanticization of sexual harassment. Paige and Matilda were both bright, talented, determined, and hard-working. But, doors would have remained closed to their potential and ambition but for the sexual relationships they had with wealthy, powerful men.

Is this seriously the message we want to be giving women today?

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