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Accidental Tryst

  

 Accidental Tryst
Natasha Boyd
 March 6th 2018

 

 

A new standalone, sexy, romantic comedy! Meet Trystan Montgomery. Suit monkey, commitment-phobic serial dater. No more than three dates, unless he hasn’t … you know.

Emmy:
What a disaster! I only just made my flight to New York to help my uncle, and the phone I’m holding is not mine! It seems to belong to some commitment-phobic serial dater who’s never made it past four dates (according to the constant notifications he’s getting from his fake dating profile…) And worse? I have a sinking feeling it’s that hot suit-monkey with the arctic grey eyes I just had a run-in with at the airport. Somehow I have to persuade him not to get a new phone until I get back. My whole life is on that phone. It’s only a few days. Surely we can handle it.

Trystan :
This is a joke, right? My life could not get more f*cked up. I’m in the middle of selling my company and on my way to a funeral and that hot mess hippie-chick stole my freaking phone. I’m not sure how she convinced me not to immediately walk into a smart phone store and get a new one, but now she’s going to have to play stand in and distract me while I deal with my long-avoided and estranged family. I don’t have my dating apps after all, and frankly she’s pretty funny. And sexy. And why can’t I stop texting her? And now we’re talking. And … look, I’ll admit that I usually run for the hills the morning after, but the morning after phone sex? That’s not really real, right?

 

 

 

Lately I found that I really enjoy those “switch-my-phone-with-a-stranger” romances a lot – so it was a “No-Brainer” that when one of my GO-TO Authors releases a book in that area I had to read it. And what else can I say except that I loved it ….

 

Natasha Boyd takes a theme that has been used in other romances but as she did in Eversea she approaches it different than other authors making it feel fresh. After reading the first few pages I could even picture a cast for the movie … because somehow in my mind I ended up right in the middle of “Two Weeks Notice” with Sandra Bullock – please do not ask me why but that’s just how my brain works.

 

Where most of those “phone-mix-up” novels tend to bring the leads together after only a few chapters Ms. Boyd keeps her leads apart for a really long time and it made the tension thick and the plot believable.

 

I mean lets be honest in times of Facebook and Social Media there always comes that moment when you wonder if a person, that you feel close to but never met in person, would be just as you imagine.

 

Or just think about how easy it is to tell someone you never met and most probably never will meet secrets you would not even share with your best friend.

And be honest while you ask yourself that question.

 

When you place aside the fact of the money this whole story could happen at anytime anywhere and that is what makes this story good.

 

My favorite Moment ? The Moment when they actually meet (not the first time … #hahaha but the first time for real) That moment was a written masterpiece that left my heart beating …

And my favorite Quote (amongst at least a dozen others) “The Suit-Monkey isn’t wearing a suit anymore” (or something along the lines of that)

 

When you are looking for something romantic and funny,

When you love well-written characters that give as good as they take …

You should read Trystan and Emmys’ story

 

 

 

 

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