Review: Moonlight over Manhattan by Sarah Morgan

Loved this rom com with Harriet the dog-walker and Ethan the guy with the sterile, modern bachelor pad. They crossed paths more than once – and in totally meet-cute ways. I liked that Harriet could be a bit self deprecating without being annoying about it, and that she was well aware of both her strengths and her shortcomings. It was refreshing to get to know a character who made no apologies for herself while still recognizing she could be happier if she changed a few things here and there.

Ethan made a great foil for Harriet. He ostensibly had it all together, but underneath he knew he really needed to make some adjustments in life, too.

I had fun watching Harriet and Ethan together, figuring out themselves and each other … and one another together.

-calliope

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3 thoughts on “Review: Moonlight over Manhattan by Sarah Morgan

    • And they seemed pretty authentic, right? I liked that Harriet had no qualms admitting her weaknesses but she didn’t put herself down about them. I’m always so satisfied when an author writes a really good female protagonist!

      • I truly enjoy Harriet and Ethan – they match so very well. Harriet was wonderful, she knew what she wanted, and the way she clicked with Ethan really worded for me. It was quite a slow burn for me. 😀

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