Thank You for Riding (Strangers on a Train)
The last train of the night might just be the start of something good. A Strangers on a Train StoryStung ego or not, Caitlin’s relieved her fizzling relationship is over, even if she’s just been unceremoniously dumped between the copier and a dead ficus tree. At least she has an excuse to ditch... show more
The last train of the night might just be the start of something good. A Strangers on a Train StoryStung ego or not, Caitlin’s relieved her fizzling relationship is over, even if she’s just been unceremoniously dumped between the copier and a dead ficus tree. At least she has an excuse to ditch the lousy office Christmas party in time to catch the last subway home…to her cat, and early-onset spinsterhood. Instead of a lonely, chilly ride, she gets an unexpected holiday treat in the form of a nearly familiar face—a handsome stranger she encountered last week at the blood drive. At the end of the line, neither can seem to let their chance meeting end—until their extended flirtation finds them facing the prospect of spending a frigid winter night locked in an unheated subway station. And they wonder if keeping each other warm is merely a delightful form of rebound therapy…or a memorable first of many more dates to come. Warning: Contains dorky, harmless flirtation that heats up into some spicy, third-base action.
Publish date: April 2nd 2013
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Pages no: 65
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
Super cute and smiley. Exactly what I was looking for
3 1/2 stars. A short flirtation leads to a steamy encounter when near strangers Caitlin and Mark are locked in at the subway exit overnight. Dialogue is the star of this short story; the two have the sort of sharp, zingy conversations that everyone would wish to have on an unexpected "first date." T...
Fun, hot and amazing read.Full review to come soon.This and other reviews can also be found on my blog (un)Conventional Bookviews.
I'm just sorry this was so short. What a fun story. Gifted from Meg Maguire - courtesy of Brie from Romance Around the Corner.I haven't ever read Meg Maguire before, but after this short story, that certainly is going to change. I thought the interaction between Caitlin and Mark was just stellar - a...
Ridiculously adorable. Most of the story involves the characters flirting with each other, and it was so well done I spent most of the time with a dopey smile on my face.