We LOVE New York: A Romance Anthology to Raise Funds for Hurricane Sandy Reliefby Trinity Blacio
And she wanted to do something for the city that has inspired so many love stories, and made so many people fall in love with her. She teamed
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We LOVE New York: A Romance Anthology to Raise Funds for Hurricane Sandy Relief was conceived of by best-selling erotic romance author Trinity Blacio as she watched the devastation pounding the City that Never Sleeps.
And she wanted to do something for the city that has inspired so many love stories, and made so many people fall in love with her. She teamed up with Lori Perkins, the Publisher of Riverdale Avenue Books, and an award-wining anthologist, to create a way to give back and rebuild.
In these pages you'll find love stories to New York City by:
O.M. Grey Louise Blacio
Adam Carpenter Tell James Glenn
Trinity Blacio Karen Taylor
Latisha Beaty F. L. Bicknell
Tony Wards Nicky Penttila
Riverdale Avenue Books will be donating 10% of all revenues collected from the sale of this anthology to the Red Cross Hurricane sandy Relief Fund.
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Reviewed by JoAnne Book provided by the author for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book This was a romance anthology but not at all what I expected. There were 11 short stories that spanned all romance genres – paranormal, shapeshifter, gay and lesbian, historical and contemporary amongst others. Included were many genres that I normally would not read or be a fan of, but I have to say they were enjoyable reads even when outside of my comfort zone especially since I would classify most as erotica. The best part of the book is that having grown up in NY before moving to CT in my late teens I was very familiar with where the stories were set in NY and could identify and see myself in many of the locations – Brooklyn, Times Square, Harlem, the West Side, Hell’s Kitchen, the subways and the NY Public Library to name a few. The least favorite part was that most of the stories ended very abruptly and didn’t leave me with closure. I liked the premise of the book and the reason behind it especially since I was affected by Hurricane Sandy where I live but not to the extent that NY and NJ were hit. I see this book having a very select market and feel they could have reached more of the population if the book was more vanilla. Favorite Quote: From: In A City of Eight Million People by Adam Carpenter And then he was gone, back down into the subway system, ready to head home. As for me, I started walking. Suddenly the snow, the cold, neither bothered me. I was warm from Sean’s kisses, from his touch, from his phone call…