About the book: TAKING A CHANCE is a fun romantic comedy novella!

Liza Parker has a fear of heights, crowds and small spaces. So what’s a girl like her doing on a crowded elevator going to the top of the Empire State Building? Freaking out, that’s what she’s doing. 

Enter Jay Sanders, a tourist who thinks he might be able to help Liza face her fears, but she has to be willing to spend the day with a complete stranger. Maybe taking a chance on Jay is just what Liza needs.

My review: I love it when Amazon offers books for free by authors that I already know and love. That was the case with this one. 

This one is a novella, it’s super short and easily readable in one afternoon. I like that you can finish this type of book quickly, but sometimes it seems as though you don’t get enough plot or character development in them. That’s kind of the case with this one. I liked the plot and the characters, but I just wanted more.

I liked Liza. She’s a young woman who deals with a lot of anxieties, her sister gave her a list of things to do as her dying wish. That’s how she meets Jay. Liza is trying to get to the top of the Empire State building, but it’s just hard. I love the way that Jay notices that and works to help Eliza get to the top.

But that’s not all…when Liza can’t force herself to look over the edge, he takes it upon himself to help her overcome her fears once and for all. I loved Jay and the way he notices everything about Liza and is unwilling not to help her.

This one’s clean, there are a few mild swear words that you might want to be aware of before reading. The author did a great job making the plot of this one light and fun! I loved the sweet romance in this short novella.

I got this book for free from Amazon.

Purchase link: Amazon

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