Planes, Trains, and All The Feels, a review by Kristin

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Plane, Trains, and All the Feels
By: Livy Hart

Publication Date: May 23, 2023
Published By: Entangled Publishing
352 Pages

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Cassidy Bliss must make it home to California so that she can help with her sister’s wedding. Cassidy isn’t looking forward to it, but that’s because she constantly disappoints her mother. After all, Cassidy is a dancer and not something her mother wanted her to be. She’s frazzled as she reaches the airport looking for a parking spot. Just when she thinks she’s got one, a man swoops in and takes the spot. After she finds one, she calls out to the man getting on the shuttle to get from the parking lot to the terminal to keep the door open for her. No such luck. She’s pleasantly unsurprised when she finds the same man, Luke, on the plane with her. When the airplane must make an emergency landing, she finds herself traveling across country with Luke. Luke, a stuffy, closed minded, man who can’t seem to be open about who he is. However, beneath it all, he’s a kind man. That kindness goes straight to Cassidy’s heart. But they each have their own family issues to deal with, and this may not be the right time for these two.

Planes, Trains and All the Feels really gives you ALL the feels! Hart writes a novel that contains equal parts comedy, romance, and spice! What turned into a disaster of a travel situation turned out to be one of the best romance books that I have read this year. I was right along for the ride with Cassidy. I enjoyed that Hart wrote Cassidy such that she is so funny and so witty. Cassidy and Luke started out as polarizing but in reality, they were similar. It was so easy to fall in love with these characters. It was just as easy to fall in love with the friends, Berkley and Will! They were equally funny, even if they were in a supporting role. Hart was artful in her build up of the chemistry between Cassidy and Luke. I believed all the chemistry they had; nothing felt fake or forced. By the end, I envisioned this being made into a movie! The only reason I couldn’t rate it 5 stars is that, while I felt the chemistry between the two, they were professing how much they were so in love with each other so quickly. Otherwise, it’s really the perfect romantic comedy. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a great romance novel.


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