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Book Reviews, New Adult, Year of Reviews - 2021

Review – Boy on a Train by Leslie McAdam

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Boy on a Train; All American Boy 
(A standalone within a series)

Publication Date: February 3, 2021

Genre: New Adult/Coming of Age/Friends-to-lovers romance

Author: Leslie McAdam

 

Review Rating: 5 Gold Stars

 

 

 

 

Review/Synopsis:

Review:

One of the BEST coming of age, new adult books I’ve read in a long time!

It brought back memories of my teenage years with a reverence and certainly made me wish I could go back in time and have a first boyfriend experience like Tate.

Tate Lemieux is the absolute best when it comes having a first boyfriend. He put his all into learning and making sure he gave the best experience to Audrey when the time was right to dive into learning each other intimately. He not only was adorable about asking questions, but in searching out his answers. This book was full of laughter and that first moment of passion, well, I felt butterflies in my stomach for the two of them.

Audrey has been in love with Tate for a few years, but afraid that he wouldn’t return her affections, she never said anything, instead remaining his steady friend. When Tate makes his own feelings known to her they comfortably switch into a relationship, but it’s only the knowledge that Audrey’s mother is sick and that Audrey’s future may now look different than it did just a short time before. How can Audrey ask for more from Tate when he leaves for college in just a few short weeks, when her own future hangs in the balance?

This book is so well written that my own face was flush over moments of passion, I truly felt like I was experiencing my first love all over again. I adored the relationship not only between Audrey and Tate, but also between Tate and his brothers. This is a book you don’t want to miss.

 

Synopsis:

My best friend Tate and I have plans. Big plans.

1. Get the hell out of Merlot, California.
2. Ride trains around the world.

Though I have a secret third entry on the list of things I want to do …

3. Tate Lemieux

But when my family gets a life-changing diagnosis just as I’m about to graduate, all my plans look like they’ll go up in smoke.

Right when I finally get the chance to be with the boy I’ve always loved …

Will it end before it’s even begun?

Boy on the Train is a standalone new adult friends to lovers romance from USA Today bestselling author Leslie McAdam full of sweet tension, fun banter & a side of family drama.

Boy on a Train by Leslie McAdam releases on FEBRUARY 3rd!

Amazon — https://amzn.to/37EJWh6
Universal — getbook.at/BoyOnATrain
99c and FREE with Kindle Unlimited

Check out the covers for the new All American Boy series! These All American Boys are heading straight to your Kindles soon! Preorder or add them all to your Goodreads TBR NOW!

Enjoy 15 books by 15 of your favorite bestselling and award-winning authors in this shared world standalones series set in the fictional wine country of Merlot, CA.

Welcome to Merlot, CA, an idyllic all-American town in wine country where love is in the air, the boys are grown as fine as the wine and the town is a breeding ground for second-chances, weddings, and brand-new beginnings.

The All-American Boy Series gives you a taste of 15 of your favorite bestselling authors’ brand new stories in this shared world experience. All books are standalone but may include cross-over in characters or scenes.
Grab a glass of wine, put your feet up and let us whisk you away to wine country.

Releases begin January 25th through February 12th!

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