Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Review: Midnight At Tiffany’s by Sarah Morgan




Release Date:
December 2015

Matilda’s dream is to be a published author. In fact she’s already written a novel with a kick-ass heroine who is the exact opposite of Matilda. She needs to find a publisher to make her dreams come true, but that’s not easy. In the meantime, she works as a waitress for an event company, something her heroine would never do.

As she works at a party given by the wealthy Chase Adams, things don’t go as planned and Matilda is left with nothing. Meanwhile, Chase is having his own problems and leaves. A chance meeting between Matilda and Chase leads to one beautiful, romantic night.

This is a prequel to Sarah Morgan’s From Manhattan With Love series. I’ve been dying to read this series, so I decided to start with the short novella. I’m glad I did. This is a feel good type of story. It’s the perfect escape for a few hours.  It's a Cinderella type story.  If this is how the rest of the series goes, I’m going to enjoy delving into these books.

For reading challenges:
I Love Libraries Reading Challenge 2016

Disclosure: I borrowed this one from the library. All opinions expressed are my own.


  1. I have all 3 books in this series but haven't started them yet. The series and this novella sound really fun!


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