Review: Something in the Air by Marie Landry

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Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance, Contemporary Romance, Women’s Fiction, Chick Lit

Publisher: Marie Landry

Available Formats: eBook

Available At: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Kobo, etc.

Release Date: November 10, 2015

~Synopsis~

Her life hasn’t gone as planned, but she’s about to realize that sometimes the best things happen when you stop expecting life to be a certain way…

When Rose Morgan put off her college plans to help her mother through a difficult time, she thought it would just be a bump in the road of her journey. She got a job to help pay the bills and started picking up the slack at home. But three years later, her bumpy ride hasn’t smoothed out yet, and Rose feels stuck. She’s working at a job she hates and living with a manipulative mother. She’s tired of feeling like her life has stalled, tired of the resentment and anger building inside her with each passing day.

Then Declan Connelly appears in her life, and even though the hot Irishman is seriously tempting, Rose is determined not to let him in. She’s afraid to suck anyone into her bizarre life, especially someone who seems too charming for his own good. She soon learns there’s more to Declan than his sexy accent and charismatic personality, though. He’s a good man, and he wants Rose in his life, baggage and all. He’s got his own, and he isn’t scared away like she originally feared he would be.

Everything in Rose’s life is changing quickly. It’s finally her time – time to figure out what she wants and what her future holds. Time to get swept off her feet and not fight it. But when her plans might take her away from all the amazing new things in her life, including Declan, Rose has to make a choice. Is she willing to chase her dreams, even if it means letting go of love?

~Review~

~I received a copy of this book from the author’s publicist in exchange for an honest review~

I loved “Something in the Air” and really enjoyed reading Rose and Declan’s story. Marie Landry did an excellent job with the storyline and characters, and I loved her writing style. Rose and Declan were truly amazing, and I loved their personalities and chemistry together. They were both easily relatable characters, and I couldn’t help but fall in love with them. Their relationship moved a little fast, but I could tell they were perfect for each other right from the start. Rose’s mother was less than desirable, but I really liked her dad and his wife, Pamela, and Declan’s aunt and cousin were wonderful as well. Rose’s best friend, Dante, was awesome and I loved the close relationship they had together. I also loved that there wasn’t a huge conflict between Rose and Declan three-quarters of the way through the book. I would have a preferred the ending to be a little different, but it was right for the characters and I was happy for them. I really did enjoy “Something in the Air” by Marie Landry, and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a humorous and heartfelt new adult contemporary romance!

Rating:

FOUR “Humorous and Heartfelt” Stars!

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~About the Author~

Marie Landry

Marie has the best job in the world—one where she gets to make stuff up for a living and shamelessly eavesdrop on everyone around her. She writes happily ever afters while dreaming about the day she’ll have her own epic love story to tell. Most days you can find her writing, reading, fantasizing about traveling the world, listening to U2, watching copious amounts of TV on DVD, or having grand adventures with her nephews and niece.

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