Review: Tight Quarters by Samantha Hunter


Tight Quarters (Strangers on a Train) by Samantha Hunter
Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (April 2, 2013)

Rating: B
Heat: Warm

Heroine: Brenna Burke – Claustrophobic, Writer
Hero: Reid Cooper – Ex-Cop, Starting Over






Brenna Burke is claustrophobic. Which is not exactly the best condition for an aspiring travel writer to suffer from. How are you supposed to go places if you can't be confined? Plane? No way. Bus? Nu uh. Car? The easiest option but not the fastest. Traveling by train is her best choice. If she could only manage to stay on the train. After many failed attempts, Brenna is determined to do it this time.

She just didn’t expect to be doing it with Reid Cooper. Due to a computer glitch, many of the train’s rooms were double booked. After a stand-off, Brenna and Reid decide to share the room. Problem with small spaces aside, after one look at the sexy ex-cop, I’d want to share my room with him too.

Brenna and Reid were so adorable, even during their prickly moments. I loved the way he could distract her from her fears—whether with his words or with his body. I felt the immediate connection between them and it was incredibly tender. Especially since, through different circumstances, they’re both just trying to start over and live their lives to the fullest.

Tight Quarters was a light, fun romance with heart. It packed a good deal of emotion and sweetness into 70 pages. Miz Hunter had me right there, in the moment, with them. I could feel the train bumping along. I could feel the tightness in Brenna’s chest when panic kicked in. And, my personal favorite, I could feel Reid’s calming and electrifying touch.


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