A sweet romance between two quite different people but who complemented each other.
Samantha, who suffered from anxiety, was a box office assistant in the Civic Center. Jimmy, a professional skater, with his own personal problems, had come to skate there. There was a spark between them. When the Civic Center was to shut, both hatched a plan to save it.
Having read a few books by author Mandy Baggot, I knew I would enjoy the journey she took me on. The initial part was a bit slow, and it took me some time to get into the swing of the story. Then I could skate easily down the pages.
The characters were real and dealing with authentic problems. The author made the heavy issues easy to read and understand. The romance was fun, I liked the big story behind it. Samantha was well developed from shy insecure to someone walking with her head held high. I saw myself in her.
Overall, it was a sweet read on a lazy Sunday evening.
I received a free ARC from NetGalley and publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.
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Two very different people. One magical city. A chance to fall in love.
When routine-driven box office assistant, Samantha Smith, meets the stars of Skating on Broadway her life is turned upside down.
Immediately attracted to lead skater, Jimmy Lloyd, Samantha does her best to deny her feelings. But when all you can do is burst out laughing and hyperventilate every time you’re under pressure, keeping things under wraps is a hard task.
When the future of her beloved Civic Hall is threatened, Samantha must rise to the challenge to ensure its survival. Constantly scrutinised and criticised by her zany sister Cleo and her brogue-wearing boyfriend Jeremy, can Samantha save her job, save the Civic Hall and stop her panic attacks just long enough to give away her heart?