This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Strangers on a Train came about as a Twitter conversation between authors over a Tumblr page about men on trains. Through some conversations the authors decided to write stories about romance on trains.
Allie Whittaker has been so busy working so hard getting her marketing business of the ground that she hasn’t been dating much. So her best friends gets her on a train with hot singles looking to find romance. Using a pick up line from her friend she approaches a gentleman who’s hiding his face under a baseball cap, only to find out it is the one man she is trying to convince to appear on her sexy calendar.
Matt Kearns let’s his best friend drag him on a singles train, but really all women want is to be seen with him since he is a famous baseball player. An injury is nagging him and he’s worried about being sent to the minors. Planning to sit and sulk he is surprised when a sexy lady slides up and propositions him with a game of lies and truths.
The two dart around the train avoiding fans and friends as they weave a web of lies that they both know are lies. But when one truth comes out, it could harm their budding relationship.
I was totally captivated with the lies Allie wove around Matt. And they both knew they were lies which is why it was fun. If it hadn’t been known, then it would just have been boring. The two hide often and get into some sexy scenes together. It’s not a long story and just the beginning of a relationship you hope to see get a HEA.
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