Rescued on her doorstep
After an annus horribilis, the glittering lights of Manhattan are irresistible to English girl Carrie McKenzie. She's climbed the Empire State Building, but can't get a smile from her gorgeous neighbor! Until a tiny abandoned baby on her doorstep brings her to his door
Cop Dan Cooper has an obligation to protect, and with Carrie out of her depth, he must come to her rescue. Surely two pairs of hands are better than one? Until she becomes a distraction, not just because of her tempting curves, but because of the pain in her eyes when she looks at the precious bundle in their charge
My Review: English Girl in New York by Scarlet Wilson
A charming tender story. There is some action but most of the story is about the characters and how they relate to each other. Some tender moments. Some full of humor while some are sad. Clean read.
I like the characters. It would be scary to be stuck inside and not be able to get help for days. Glad when you see people helping each other to get through the tough times.
Did have to look up a few words like annus horribilis. It means a horrible year. The others were English words not American terms.
Carrie is new to New York and finds a baby left on her building front door in middle of snow storm. She knows the guy below her is a cop and goes to him for help.
Dan Cooper is a cop who saved some lives earlier and broke his arm. So together they try and take care of the baby. Of course both of them have issues they need to work on.
The setting is the city of New York during a major snow storm that has stopped the city.
I was given this ebook to read and asked in return to give honest review of it by Netgalley and Harlequin.
publication: January 7th 2014 by Harlequin Romance 256 pages ISBN 9780373742745