GENRE: Contemporary Romance
SERIES: I Want Morrison (Book 2)
About the Book
On the road for eight months as part of the crew for a travel show, Chelsea Morrison expects to work hard, endure long nights, and enjoy some wicked adventures. But she doesn’t expect to fall head over heels for the show’s star.
Henry Rush, son of a legendary rock star, is leery of women. He learned early they only want him for the fame that rightly belongs to his father. But when an intense friendship with Chelsea leads to so much more, he has to confront the one thing he’s avoided all his life.
Can these two friends navigate their way to a happy ending?
Read an Excerpt
“Let’s get out of here,” I suggested, scooting out of my side of the booth.
“Good idea.” Henry threw a few bills on the table, got up quickly and, to my great surprise, grabbed my hand and pulled me to the door.
We were moving fast as we approached the reporter and photographer. It wasn’t until we were squeezing past them in the doorway that the reporter spoke. “Hey, aren’t you—”
Henry ignored him and moved his large body so the photographer didn’t stand a chance of getting a good shot. Then, still holding onto my hand, he ushered me through the door and out onto the sidewalk. We moved swiftly away from the café, not looking back until we were almost a block away.
“Well done,” I said, slowly easing my hand out of Henry’s grasp.
Henry held on, giving my fingers a gentle squeeze. “I learned young how to evade the press.”
“Where do you want to go?”
I looked at the buildings of Manhattan in the gray hours of early evening. The temperature was starting to drop, but it was still over seventy degrees, and for once, I was quite comfortable in my tank top and light cardigan. I had no qualms about making a long journey. “There,” I said, pointing at the Empire State Building.
Another well-written entry in the series, Lost on the Road to Love, is a great example of finding true love with a total opposite personality! Add the element of an unrequited teenage crush and romantic rather than graphic love scenes and what’s not to enjoy!
Author Kay Harris takes us on a fun adventure with a hard-working heroine and privileged, but misunderstood, hero. I found myself engaged with the storyline and patiently waiting for the two main characters to realize they were right for each other.
If I had any qualm about the book it would be the somewhat wishy-washy approach of the heroine. However, I chalked her indecisiveness up to her personal self-esteem issues. It was nice to watch her blossom as the romance progressed.
It was also nice to become reacquainted with the crossover characters from the first book in the series. If you’d like to start at the beginning, you can read my review for the first book in the I Want Morrison series, Don’t Let Him Go.
About the Author
Kay Harris has had a diverse career with jobs ranging from college professor to park ranger. Now she adds author to her repertoire. Kay writes romance novels that contain a little bit of sweet, a dash of sexy, a touch of heartbreak, and a whole lot of fun!
Kay grew up in the Midwest and has since lived all over the western United States including Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and California. She loves to hike, is obsessed with museums, and enjoys taking her extremely tall and very handsome husband on adventures.
Kay Harris will be awarding a $25 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.
Follow the Tour
This is a four-week, review tour. You are welcome to visit all the previous stops for more reviews, excerpts, or for additional entries into the drawing.
April 10: Liz’s Reading Life
April 10: Books to Light Your Fire
April 17: Sascha Darlington’s Microcosm Explored
April 17: Fabulous and Brunette
April 17: Sharing Links and Wisdom
April 24: Natural Bri
April 24: Hope. Dreams. Life… Love
May 1: A Chick Who Reads
May 1: Notes From a Romantic’s Heart
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It’s been my pleasure hosting Kay for this final stop on her tour. Please come back again all week for more authors, books, and giveaways.