Also by this author: Crazy Undercover Love, Skating at Somerset House, Valentine's on Primrose Hill, Cocktails in Chelsea, Strawberries at Wimbledon
Published by Harper Impulse on 22nd December 2014
Genres: Chicklit, Contemporary, Fiction, Love & Romance, Romance
Source: I bought it
Amazon UK, Amazon US
The second short story in the fun & flirty #LoveLondon series from exciting new chick lit author Nikki Moore!
New Year, New Love… or Old Love, New Start?
Everyone keeps telling Frankie Taylor that a new year is a time for new beginnings. She’s not so sure. Single for six months, she’s been more than happy on her own, thanks very much!
At least, that’s what she thinks until she receives a note on New Year’s Eve inviting her to follow the clues, and her heart, across Knightsbridge.
But who’s behind the romantic adventure? Old flame Christian who she loved for years and was always there for her, or new admirer and work colleague Zack, who has the habit of turning up in all sorts of unexpected places?
There’s only one way she’s going to find out…
I read Skating at Somerset Park before Christmas and I was dying to read the rest of the series. The characters in this book are not the same as the first book. New Year at the Ritz follows Frankie and Zack.
Frankie has been single for a while. She has had a really tough year and is finally read to get on with her life. To move on by herself. Her friends think she should start dating again, but she doesn’t need a man. She is happy by herself. Then along comes Zack.
Zack is a sweet, thoughtful man. He brings Frankie coffee in the mornings, he remembers her birthday. He’s everything Frankie needs in her life but will she let him in?
It’s New Year’s Eve and Frankie has received an invitation for a scavenger hunt around London. Through this we learn a lot about Frankie and how she has got to this stage. The Scavenger hunt ends at the Ritz but who would organise such an event for her. Is it her ex Christian or Zack.
I loved this sweet, flirty short story. I can’t wait to read the rest of the series.
Read this exciting linked romance series set in London, which has attracted four and five star reviews and been in the Top 100 Short Story and Holiday charts on Amazon and Kobo.
Start off with Noel and Holly when they meet while Skating at Somerset House. With a forty foot Christmas tree, an assortment of well meaning friends and relatives, and a mad chocolate Labrador, will this festive season be one to remember … or forget?
Follow feisty Frankie as she goes on a romantic scavenger hunt across Knightsbridge. But who is behind it and who will she choose when she spends New Year at The Ritz – old flame Christian or new admirer Zack?
Will Leo be left standing alone on the most romantic day of the year, or will scarred and scared Georgiana be brave enough to spend Valentine’s on Primrose Hill with him?
Join Sofia for Cocktails in Chelsea as she steps into a world that isn’t the one she’s used to. What will happen when she meets Nathan, a barman who detests everything she appears to be?
Have Strawberries at Wimbledon with Rayne where she runs into university ex- boyfriend Adam, and faces her past. First love – can you ever go back?
End the series with Matt and Zoe in Picnics in Hyde Park, the full length novel about revenge, guilt, loss, being on the rebound… and falling in love?
Praise for the #LoveLondon series, which is available at all good e-tailers including Amazon, Kobo, iBooks and Nook.
Skating at Somerset House
‘A warm hearted winter tale that had me engaged from the very beginning. I genuinely cannot wait to read the rest’ LJ Bentley, Amazon
New Year at The Ritz
‘A sweet and flirty short story, I really enjoyed it. I can’t wait to see what Nikki comes up with for the next book in the series.’ Simona Elena, Sky’s Book Corner.
Valentine’s on Primrose Hill
‘Uplifting and at the same time thought provoking too. I guarantee you’ll be hitting that button on Amazon to order the fourth book in the #LoveLondon series as soon as you’ve finished this one.’ Dawn, Crooks on Books
Cocktails in Chelsea
‘The perfect read for your boring commute to work; the minutes will fly by and it’ll leave you with a sense of happiness and a big smile on your face ready to face the day.’ Holly, Bookaholic Confessions
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