Perfect for fans of 00’s rom-coms, Florence Fields whips up a sweet romance, think: Devil Wears Prada meets Bridget Jones Diary.
Ticket to You by Florence Fields
Ophelia Brooks and Adam Abrams are both journalists, but that’s where their similarities seemingly end.
Ophelia writes for a fashion magazine; Adam writes for an outdoors magazine. She loves beautiful gowns and haute couture; he likes puffy coats and Vibram-soled shoes. She’s bubbly and outgoing; he’s broody and composed.
Adam and Ophelia’s paths collide during a disastrous set-up, that leaves behind a ruined Dior dress, two bruised egos, and an unlikely pair on the verge of becoming enemies. Ophelia swears she never wants to lay eyes on Adam again, but fate has other plans when their publishing company faces mass layoffs.
With her life hanging in the balance, Ophelia reluctantly relies on Adam to save her career. She joins him on a week-long work trip in Europe complete with picturesque scenery and adrenaline-rich interviews. Throughout their journey, the two of them find they have more in common than they ever imagined, but every trip must come to an end eventually.
Ticket to You is a mild spice, fade-to-black rom-com.
I received an advance review copy from NetGalley for my honest review. I requested the book because not only is the cover adorable, but the synopsis itself drew me in. I love enemy to lover stories, forced proximity and a dash of travel for good measure!
If you follow @authorflorencefields (and you should, she’s a graphic design wonder!), she says she “wants to write books that remind you of 00s rom-coms.” And she’s done JUST THAT. Ticket to You reminded me of the best of them…think Devil Wears Prada, Bridget Jones Diary, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Two Weeks Notice, The Proposal.
A note: just like the romcom’s of our youth, the story is light on spice. I know, I know…but I would like to point out that I didn’t miss it. And I read a lot of Kindle Unlimited, if you know what I’m talking about. But even if you appreciate spice, I think you should give this a read! I loved it. And if you appreciate a good PG-13 rating, this one is right up your alley.
I can’t wait to read the next book by Florence Fields!
Read if you like:
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🎟️ Opposites Attract
🎟️ One-Bed Trope
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