⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ REVIEW: Planes, Trains, and All the Feels by Livy Hart

I absolutely adored it! This had me SMILING from start to finish, with a premise that felt like it was tailor-made for me, and a relationship so compelling that I was hooked from the first interaction. I loved the meet cute, and I loved every chaotic minute that followed – every moment that drew these opposites together. Hart does SUCH a great job of building up the chemistry, delivering the forced proximity, and slowly shifting the relationship from strangers to travel companions to love. It’s tough to make a relationship with such a short timeline work, and this did not have any problems in that area. I fell in love with Luke and Cassidy as they were falling into each other, and I was completely immersed in the story. It had me laughing, grinning, and swooning in equal measure, with a storyline so unpredictable that it kept me on my toes. And the slow burn pays off in a big way, with some VERY spicy moments by the end. I devoured the whole thing in one sitting, and my only regret is that it was over so quickly.

The story follows Cassidy, a woman who needs to get home for her sister’s wedding. So when a handsome stranger steals her parking spot, makes her miss her shuttle, and then shows up on the same airplane… well, Cassidy isn’t amused. And things just go downhill from there. Somehow, Cassidy finds herself agreeing to drive across the country with the infuriating stranger, even though they can’t be in the same room without arguing. But as the road trip from you-know-where gets worse and worse, Cassidy and Luke lean on each other in a way neither could’ve anticipated. Suddenly, being stuck with Luke doesn’t feel so terrible, and Cassidy isn’t sure what to do with that information.

After loving Talk Flirty to Me, I was eagerly anticipating whatever Hart wrote next. And when I discovered that it was a strangers to lovers road trip romance with enemies(ish) to lovers vibes, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. I LOVE it when couples have unique meet cutes and start the story as total strangers, which is exactly how this plays out. I also loved the opposites attract vibes, pairing the sunshiney, talkative Cassidy with the reserved and semi-grump that is Luke. They were fantastic together, and I loved the slow unraveling of their personalities. When you spend every single minute with another person for a length of time, you learn about them very quickly. The forced proximity and constant presence was my favorite part; these two spend almost the entire book together, and every interaction brings them a little closer. There were some seriously unexpected moments that had me laughing, as well as plenty of banter and sexual tension. These two complemented each other SO well, and I loved the person Luke revealed himself to be. Once he let down his guard and finally gave in, not only was the book HOT, but it was also super swoony. So this was just an exceptionally fun ride from start to finish, and it was all too easy to binge. I loved it!

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3JdH4cV


Fans of Christina Lauren and Tessa Bailey will adore this witty and unforgettable rom-com about skyways, highways, and all the perfectly wrong ways to fall in love.

As the black sheep of the family, choreographer Cassidy Bliss vowed she’d do anything to get home in time to help with her sister’s wedding and avoid family disappointment…again. She just never expected “anything” would involve sharing the last rental car with the jerk who cut her off in line at the airport this morning. But horrible times apparently call for here-goes-nothing measures.

Driving across the country with Luke “life can be solved with a spreadsheet” Carlisle must be a penance for some crime she committed. Because the second he opens his mouth, it’s all she can do to not maim him with her carry-on. But somewhere between his surprisingly thoughtful snack sharing and his uncanny ability to see straight to the core of her, her feelings go unchecked.

Suddenly, their crackling chemistry is just one more thing they have to navigate—and it couldn’t come at a worse time. But after a lifetime of letting the expectations and needs of others drive her life, Cassidy must decide if she’s ready to take the wheel once and for all.

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3JdH4cV

More from Hart!

Completely unrelated, but equally excellent! Talk Flirty was one of my Top 20 of 2022 selections, and I’m a certified second chance romance hater, so that’s saying a lot.

I’ve got ninety-nine problems and my brother’s snarky, smart-mouthed best friend Sam is tangled up in every last one of them.

When it comes to firefighter Sam O’Shea, absence—and a regime of tactical avoidance—has been working for me juuust fine. But when the audition of a lifetime falls in my pathetically broke lap, and he’s the only one who can help me land the job, I’m willing to make a deal with the devil if it means I can kickstart my career as a narrator for audio books.

The problem? We’d have to actually do the job. Together. And then we’re told it’s for an erotic romance. Narrating steamy lines in a tiny studio with a man who lights a fire under your skin? An occupational hazard. Accidentally inciting a town scandal when your erotic audiobook clips wind up on the radio? A crisis. And falling for the one man I promised my brother—and my heart—I wouldn’t touch?

A disaster—and temptation—I can’t resist.

Read the review here

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3gWhJda

About the Author:

Romance author Livy Hart has two children, too many Funko Pops, and a husband who’s workin’ on the railroad―literally. She currently resides in Dallas, Texas where she enjoys long walks on the concrete and people-watching at malls so big they have their own zip codes. When she’s not writing, she’s bickering with her KitchenAid stand mixer, road-tripping to her sleepy Florida hometown, or sipping espresso on her Nonna’s porch. livyhart.com

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