Books by Sarah Morgan

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How to Keep a Secret

The recent trend of romance authors moving more towards general fiction that focuses on women has produced a variety of offerings. How to Keep A Secret joins many others in the middle: a fine story, but one that made me miss the author’s past works and mourn this shift away from romance. In thi ...

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Moonlight Over Manhattan

It’s no secret that I don’t read a great deal of contemporary romance, but I know that many have enjoyed the other books in Sarah Morgan’s From Manhattan With Love series, so when the latest instalment – Moonlight Over Manhattan – came up for review, I thought I’d give it a try.  On the ...

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New York, Actually

Sarah Morgan continues her From Manhattan With Love series of romantic comedy-esque books with New York, Actually. This new installment is a little bit Must Love Dogs, a little Dear Abby, and a lot deception. Sadly, it turned out to be the most disappointing book in the series, with less chemistry t ...

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Miracle on 5th Avenue

In the latest installment of Ms. Morgan’s From Manhattan With Love series, hopeless romantic Eva Jordan finds herself quite taken with best-selling crime author and recluse Lucas Blade. The victims of a slight matchmaking scheme on behalf of Lucas’ grandmother, the two could not seem more opposi ...

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Sunset in Central Park

I loved Sleepless in Manhattan, the first in Sarah Morgan’s From Manhattan with Love series. In that book, it was clear Frankie Cole was going to be matched up with Matt Walker, the brother of the heroine, and I have been eager to read their story in Sunset in Central Park. I fully expected to enj ...

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Sleepless in Manhattan

I’ll be honest; DIK reviews are the hardest for me to write. Why? In addition to wanting to do the book justice, the more I like a book the fewer notes I take while reading. I loved Sleepless in Manhattan, the first in the author’s From Manhattan With Love trilogy so much that I took hardly any ...

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Midnight at Tiffany's

This is the prequel to the author’s Sleepless in Manhattan. I liked Sleepless so much that as soon as I finished, I went online looking for more of her work and discovered this novella. I was delighted to learn the hero and heroine are two characters referred to throughout Sleepless although they ...

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Playing By The Greek's Rules

Have you ever read a book with a billionaire hero? Then you’ve already read this book. Generic billionaire meets generic heroine, takes her to generic posh event and posh dinner, then is manipulated into taking her to a family wedding. She swears not to fall in love with him but OOPS SHE DOES, and ...

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Maybe This Christmas

Sarah Morgan's Maybe This Christmas is the third in her O'Neil Brothers series. The first two (Sleigh Bells in the Snow and Suddenly Last Summer) received a B+ and an A- here at AAR. Today Dabney and Haley discuss the novel. Haley: So, Dabney, I'm excited to discuss this book because Sarah M ...

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Suddenly Last Summer

I love when a small town romance with heavy family themes can hook me. There are so many romances out there with the similar settings and similar issues: The hero or heroine lives in the big city and comes back to the small town, only to fall in love. I can get tired of reading the same formula, so ...