- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 6982 KB
- Print Length: 133 pages
- Publisher: Choc Lit (14 Mar. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00J14JZQG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #199,490 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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What Happens in Nashville (Choc Lit): A perfect holiday romance (Nashville Connections Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I actually really enjoyed this story. I find when the story is not a full length book, it can be rushed but this, just flowed and i found myself rooting for Claire and Rafe. It is your typical feel good romance story with just that bit of edge to it. I loved the setting, and hearing about the places in Nashville. I felt at times i was on the Hen party with the girls. They had a great time and such a laugh. This is a great read with a touch of the US and the UK thrown in.
Claire goes to Nashville as part of her sister's hen party. While she is there she finds herself. Promptly ending her long term relationship with Philip because she realized it can no longer be resuscitated.
Claire and Rafe start off on the wrong foot but she can not help but be attracted to him. I doubt anyone us could. A romance ensues born out of mutual electricity and it soon gets as steamy as the Tennessee humidity.
Rafe is full of surprises. He is a complex character and not just the local eye candy. He is everything a romantic hero should be.
This was a good old Southern fried love story. Being American myself, I could recognize all the locations and wonderful descriptions of all that delicious southern cooking. I came away feeling like I had been to Nashville, that is how vivid the book was.
What happens in Nashville was an effortless read. Put on some country music, sit back with an American style sweet tea and enjoy this wonderful read.
Claire has come ahead of her sister Heather's hen party to make arrangements for their wild weekend in the country music capital. She's a bit boring and the whole thought of the holiday leaves her feeling very uncomfortable because it is not her scene but she is devoted to her sibling and she does her best. At the hotel she bumps into Rafe who is managing the pre-wedding parties for his absent brother. It isn't really Rafe's scene either but he is determined to do the best he can. The two find themselves attracted as they work through the pre-party period and then the time when Heather and her other friends arrive.
The author has done an excellent job of characterisation in this short novel. Claire may not be excited by the idea of the holiday but she is not a stereotype and her unwinding during the period of the story and her realisation that she needs to make changes in her life seems very natural even though you really know that it is unrealistic in such a short time period. Heather is also a realistic character and the interaction between the two is quite touching in places. I thought that all the characters were likeable and believable even if I wouldn't necessarily want to be friends with them. I am also pleased that the author introduced real barriers bto overcome and situations which seemed within the bounds of reality and which did not get laughs by humiliating characters.
This is a quick and simple read. It is not at all complex and you will have a fair idea how it ends even before you start reading but if you like escapist romance you should enjoy this story as it is well put together and told with a light and capable touch.
Claire's challenge is to make her younger sister's hen party one that nobody will ever forget and to give her sister and her partying friends some great surprises. But Claire is the one who's surprised when she finds herself falling for Rafe, in spite of having a much more suitable boyfriend back home in the UK.
The Nashville setting is hugely evocative. The author made me feel the Nashville heat, taste the delicious salty Tennessee bacon that Rafe cooked Claire for her first breakfast, and hear Rafe's gorgeous Southern drawl. I so wanted these two people to end up together!
This is a gorgeous light read for a sunny afternoon or even a winter one.
The main characters Claire. Heather , Rafe were bland and the descriptions of the supporting characters were non-existent. It was supposed to be a story about 2 sisters, Heather and Claire who along with Heather's friends go to Nashville for 5 days and hot nights living it up and kick up some high-heeled jinks, if not sowing wild oats, the author's term was "What happens in Nashville stays'...." Instead we got 'plain Jane/Claire meets cowboy come doctor rips off kit and gets laid supporting cast hens hardly get a mention and as for Nashville, it might as well have been Blackpool. No sorry average read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A lovely warm novel about Claire going on a hen weekend with her soon-to-be married sister Heather and friends in Nashville - but Claire is a serious lawyer and her sister and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barch
So the big question ..... Will "What Happens in Nashville"..... Stay in Nashville ? You'll need to follow Claire's journey to find out. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sam
Having been to Nashville and staying there, I was drawn to this title. Well done to the author for catching the spirit of the place. An enjoyable summer read.Published 13 months ago by Lady Rochford
I liked this book
I liked the characters And liked the story.
I didn't like the ending felt short-changed, like there was a big part of the book missing.