Moonlight Over Manhattan + Giveaway

Determined to conquer a lifetime of shyness, Harriet Knight challenges herself to do one thing a day in December that scares her, including celebrating Christmas without her family. But when dog walker Harriet meets her newest client, exuberant spaniel Madi, she adds an extra challenge to her list—dealing with Madi’s temporary dog sitter, gruff doctor Ethan Black, and their very unexpected chemistry.

Ethan thought he was used to chaos, until he met Madi—how can one tiny dog cause such mayhem? To Ethan, the solution is simple—he will pay Harriet to share his New York apartment and provide twenty-four-hour care. But there’s nothing simple about how Harriet makes him feel.

Ethan’s kisses make Harriet shine brighter than the stars over moonlit Manhattan. But when his dog-sitting duties are over and Harriet returns to her own home, will she dare to take the biggest challenge of all—letting Ethan know he has her heart for life, not just for Christmas?

My Review

I am always in the mood for a good Christmas story; especially one featuring a dog. I am a dog lover. The story started out alright. My first impression of Harriet was of her escaping through a bathroom window. From there, I thought is going to be a fun read. Yet, it did not turn out that way for me.

When it came to first impressions with Ethan, I would have turned down the dog sitting job. He was a grouch. Not the type of guy you picture when you think Christmas stories. Plus, he did not seem to be a dog lover. Well not in the beginning. In fact, I felt bad for Madi. She was in a new environment and yet she was being yelled at my Ethan. Harriet was unsure of herself. Which, kind of was a turn off to me. Plus, when it came to the romance between Ethan and Harriet, I was not feeling them together. While, this was a fine read, it did not give me the Christmas spirit that I wished for.

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About Sarah Morgan
USA Today bestselling author Sarah Morgan writes lively, sexy contemporary stories for Harlequin.

Romantic Times has described her as ‘a magician with words’ and nominated her books for their Reviewer’s Choice Awards and their ‘Top Pick’ slot. In 2012 Sarah received the prestigious RITA® Award from the Romance Writers of America. She lives near London with her family.

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Sarah Morgan’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Monday, November 27th: Katy’s Library blog and Instagram
Monday, November 27th: Romancing the Book
Tuesday, November 28th: Moonlight Rendezvous
Tuesday, November 28th: A Holland Reads
Wednesday, November 29th: Books & Bindings
Thursday, November 30th: A Thousand Books to Read on Instagram
Thursday, November 30th: A Chick Who Reads
Friday, December 1st: Thoughts of a Blonde
Monday, December 4th: Literary Llama blog and Instagram
Tuesday, December 5th: Bewitched Bookworms
Wednesday, December 6th: Laura’s Reviews
Wednesday, December 6th: Girls in Books blog and Instagram
Thursday, December 7th: From the TBR Pile
Thursday, December 7th: Kritter’s Ramblings
Friday, December 8th: View from the Birdhouse
Friday, December 8th: Chick Lit Central
Monday, December 11th: The Sassy Bookster
Monday, December 11th: Ms. Nose in a Book
Tuesday, December 12th: Novel Gossip blog and Instagram
Tuesday, December 12th: Snowdrop Dreams
Wednesday, December 13th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers
Thursday, December 14th: Literary Jo Reviews blog and Instagram
Friday, December 15th: Not in Jersey blog and Instagram
Monday, December 18th: From the Library of Mrs. Gardner blog and Instagram
Monday, December 18th: Why Girls are Weird
Tuesday, December 19th: Diary of a Stay at Home Mom
Tuesday, December 19th: Cheryl’s Book Nook
Wednesday, December 20th: Stranded in Chaos
Thursday, December 21st: Cara’s Book Boudoir
Friday, December 22nd: Thoughts on This ‘n That

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Anonymous said…
Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this book for the tour.

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