Review: Thank You for Riding by Meg Maguire


Thank You for Riding (Strangers on a Train) by Meg Maguire
Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (April 2, 2013)

Rating: B
Heat: Sweet

Heroine: Caitlin – Recently Dumped, Hard Worker
Hero: Mark – Works at YMCA, Reads Books 





Who knew donating blood and being locked in a subway station platform could be sexy and cute? Not this girl, but Meg Maguire proved it true. This story was uh-freaking-dorable. Adorable.

Caitlin suffers from all work and no play. And things only become even less fun after she’s unceremoniously dumped at her office’s Christmas, er, Holiday Party. Which, as it turns out, is a good thing because it freed her up for a hot (and cold) make out session with the hottie from the blood center she regularly donates at.

That hottie’s name is Mark and what a catch he is! Sweet and thoughtful, he likes books and kids and rainbows and puppies. Okay, so I'm just guessing on the last two but you get the idea. If you were stuck overnight in a cold subway station, you'd want to cuddle him.... for the warmth.

And if the cuddling turns into some second base (or third base?) action… well, did I mention Mark likes books and puppies?

Thank You for Riding was full of funny. I loved the mix of cute and tender with sassy and silly. Caitlin and Mark’s first date story was wonderful. It may be the oddest, most perfect “story you tell your grandkids.”


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