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Shop By Category. For as long as she can remember, Bronx-born Naomi Powell has had one goal: to prove her worth among the Upper East Side elite—the same people for which her mom worked as a housekeeper.
Now they find themselves engaged in a battle-of-wills that will either consume or destroy them…. Filled with charm and heart and plenty of sex and snark, this entertaining series will hook you from the very first page. I always expect a thoroughly enjoyable story, an eventual HEA, a group of fun friends that are pretty hilarious and one or two steamy sex scenes.
Passion in the Park had most of this, except when it came time for the sex scene, it was completely fade to black. But moving onto the actual story of how Naomi and Oliver eventually fell in love.
Oliver used to call her carrots and he told a lie that got her and her mother kicked out of the apartment on Park Avenue. They struggled to survive for years after that, fast-forward a few decades later and Naomi has made herself into a strong business woman and the head of her self made company. It seems she still has a bit of a chip on her shoulder about how she grew up. Naomi is all set to move when she gets an invitation to interview for an apartment in a super exclusive apartment on Park Avenue, the very same one she and her mother were kicked out of once.
Intrigued by whatever possessed her mother to submit an application on her behalf, Naomi goes to the interview and sees none other than the hair pulling boy all grown up; she recognizes him but he has no idea who she is. Most of the time she projects confidence, but closure on that part of her life seems important too. Only the boy she used to know is quite a different man, and his father whom she blames for most of the situation with childhood is a shadow of the man he once was.
The closure she is looking for, just might be more of a new beginning. Like always, LL has a fun cast of characters written into her book. I really liked the girl posse that was created by a very unusual circumstance. Naomi with her two female besties is fantastic. They are what every girl needs to bolster her up in this unfamiliar time in her life. Oliver is so likeable; I think that has a lot to do with his family situation at the moment and how he is handling it. Overall, I liked a lot of things in the story.
But I like the family dynamic explored here between Oliver and his father that eventually included Naomi too. A former e-commerce and web marketing manager from Seattle, Lauren relocated to New York City in to pursue a full-time writing career. She lives in midtown Manhattan with her high-school sweetheart, where she writes smart romantic comedies with just enough sexy-times to make your mother blush.
Lauren Layne is a favorite contemporary romance author of mine.