Book Review: Grounded
Sunday, January 8, 2017
Author: Kate Forest
Summary from Goodreads: Biologist Julia won’t tolerate another frigid Chicago winter studying the frozen Great Lakes. But with every hour of her flight delay, her chance on a research voyage in Florida slips further away.
Jeremy must get to Florida to sever the noose-like obligations of his family's boating business so he can become curator of a Chicago museum.
Stuck in an airport, waiting out the snowstorm of the century, can two travelers headed for opposite paths find love while trapped in Concourse B?
If you are looking for a cute, quick romance to start your new year, you will want to pick this one up. In this book, we meet Julia and Jeremy who are unable to leave on their flights. They end up meeting one and another what they discover about one another is surprising on a lot of different levels.
If you are a person who believes that everything happens for a reason, then this might be the book for you. For someone who is a bit more realistic, you may not buy into the story as much. Thankfully for me, I am the former and I found the story to be witty and cute. I love chance meetings and this book represented that well.
I appreciated the opportunity to review this book.
Disclaimer: I was awarded this book from the author. Though I did not pay for the book, the opinions are strictly my own.