R2R – Nights in the Fast Lane by Grace Risata

Nights in the Fast LaneNights in the Fast Lane by Grace Risata

Copy received from author in exchange or an honest review

★Book Basics★

Genre: – Cont. Romance
Series: – Stand Alone
Love triangle? – No
Cheating? – No
HEA? – Yes
Would I read more by this author/or in this series? – Yes
Rating – 4


There is just something about how this author writes that I find a little different.

This and her one other book I have read of hers I have really enjoyed.

Yes, you could say this book is a bit insta lust, and parts of it are a bit far fetched, but I do not care.

Once again, we have a quirky heroine, who I loved, and a grumpy hero, who here, is a bit down on his luck and running from some trouble.

The heroine has no filter and just said whatever came out of her mouth, and I didn’t really care. I loved her. And I really loved Dane as a character, he had had a pretty crappy life, had tried to make it better yet had got into a bit of trouble meaning he was having to hide out. He hated having to rely on Izzy and was so determined to pull his weight. And these two together, I adored. I loved their banter and how they were with each other.

I love how it is so clear the heroine falls deeply, yet equally clear the hero has also.

This author is proving to be able to write quirky offbeat characters and stories, filled with humour and passion. I truly enjoy them.

Amazon UK Link – Nights in the Fast Lane: A Contemporary Romantic Comedy
Amazon US Link – https://amzn.com/B01FQ3ZM80

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  1. Pingback: Author Interview – Grace Risata | The Romance Reading Brit

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