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Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Review - Love Unexpectedly by Susan Fox
Title: Love Unexpectedly
Author: Susan Fox
Publisher: Kensington Brava
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Rating: You Want to Read
Reviewed by: Jennifer
Naveen Bharani is in love with his neighbour, Kat Fallon, but she's stuck him in the buddy trap.
Kat has a disastrous history with men: she's always picking losers and having nasty break-ups. No way will she risk her friendship with Nav. He's the best friend she's ever had and, though she's attracted to him, she can't risk losing him.
When she tells him she's traveling home from Montreal by train for her baby sister's wedding, the desperate Nav sees this as his last chance. He's going all out in pursuit of the woman of his dreams.
Nav decides to revamp his image and play "stranger on the train." He's determined to seduce Kat into seeing him in a whole new light, and realizing he's the man of her dreams.
Their journey across Canada by train—as best friends playing the "stranger game"—is truly one wild ride to love.
Susan Fox(aka Susan Lyons) tells such a creative love story. Kat and Nav have been "just" best friends, though both have more than just friends feelings. Kat has to go home and invites Nav to go with her. Nav plans his disguises and takes a chance on love and Kat. It's a great story that has all the components of a love story. Along with the love story there is an underlying tension between Kat's family members. Throughout the story the tension and rifts between the sisters and mom are slowly worked out. The switch from friends to lovers is a hard change and Ms. Fox makes that change believable and really sweet. Besides who wouldn't want to have hot passionate sex on a train? Kudos to Ms. Lyons for a great love story