Rapunzel in New York
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Viktoria Morfit has built herself a safe, convincing life in her Manhattan apartment following a tragedy in her life five years before. Her latest project is to attract a pair of peregrine falcons to the nestbox she’s installed on the ledge of her highrise apartment, giving her back a little bit of the nature she misses so much since she quit rockclimbing.

Landlord Nathan A...more
Paperback, 267 pages
Published 2011 by Mills & Boon
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Stevie Carroll
This had absolutely everything I want in a category romance: main characters playing to their strengths and trying very hard to hide their weaknesses (for good reason as it turns out), a varied supporting cast of humans and animals, and a building that's almost a character in its own right. The secondary stories follow the fortunes of a breeding pair of peregrine falcons and of the families, couples and individuals living in an apartment block that saw better days a long time ago, although the r...more
Penny Ramirez
Wow - how refreshing! After the four progressively steamy entries I got this year for BBA, this one was quite sweet and mild - the protag was even innocent! A nice story, too. My quibble - unimportant to most people other than nitpicky me: If you are a non-American writer, writing about American characters who are supposed to be born & raised in America - check your Australian slang at the door. Likewise for the spelling - at least be consistent, either all Brit/Aus or all American, but not...more
Natalie
My favourite Nikki Logan to date. As always, the nature angle is quirky and interesting without taking over the story, but what I really loved was the characters. They had a lot of psychological meat on their bones, so I could really get my teeth into their story. Bad pun fully intended!
Michaela
I only give this 2 stars for the back stories. The only reason why I finished this was because I want to know their backstories and what was going to happen to the building. I really didnt like the characters however they were blank and annoying.
Eleni Konstantine
A wonderful category read.
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Australian, Nikki Logan, lives on the edge of a string of wetlands south of Perth, Western Australia with her partner and a menagerie of animals. She writes captivating, nature-based stories full of romance in descriptive natural environments for Harlequin Enterprises and Entangled Publishing. She believes the danger and richness of wild places perfectly mirror the passion and risk of falling in l...more
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