Review: The Girl on the Bus by Raven McAllan

The Girl on the Bus by Raven McAllan
Release Date:  October 11, 2013
Publisher:   Evernight Publishing
Pages:  35
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Julia ran out on Tay five years ago, so she can’t be the woman he sees on the bus. However, when she ends up being the one taking notes at his meeting, he knows he will move heaven and earth to make her his once more.

Will she agree, or will she run again?

 

Review:   The Girl on the Bus by Raven McAllan is not part of a series but after reading the blurb, I had to read it.  This book has an interesting basis.  I makes you wonder about some of the choices you make in life.

Tay meet a woman who was a submissive five years ago who was someone he has not gotten out of his mind.  He always keeps an eye out for her as he goes about his life.  Tay keeps hoping to see her again especially when he sees her on the bus.  When she takes notes at a meeting he attends, he knows he wants her.

The chemistry between Tay and Julia is blistering.  The sex scenes was scorching.  I loved that even though it was a short story there still was a story and it was not just filled with sex scene and sex scene.

I wish this book was longer and more flushed out.  At 35 pages, this book is a short hot read.  The main and secondary characters were interesting and realistic.  Overall, this was a great book. I will be on the lookout for more books by Ms. McAllan in the future.

 

Melissa sig