Read Love and Other Train Wrecks Online Free - A twenty-four-hour romance about two teens who meet—and perhaps change their minds about love—on a train ride to Upstate New York in the middle of a snowstorm
One train ride. Two strangers.
Noah is a hopeless romantic. He’s heading back home for one last chance with his first love, whom he broke up with when he went off to college.
Ammy doesn’t believe in true love—her parents being prime examples. She’s escaping from a mom who can’t take care of her to a dad who may not even want her. That is, until one winter night when Noah and Ammy find themselves in the same Amtrak car heading to Upstate New York.
After a train-wreck first encounter between the two of them, the Amtrak train suddenly breaks down due to a snowstorm. Desperate to make it to their destinations, Noah and Ammy have no other option but to travel together. What starts off as a minor detour turns into the whirlwind journey of a lifetime, and over the course of the night they fall in love. But come morning their adventure takes an unexpected turn for the worst. Can one night can really change how they feel about love...and the course of their lives forever?
|Title||:||Love and Other Train Wrecks|
|Number of Pages||:||368 pages|
December 06, 2017
I do enjoy a story with a known and specific time frame to it, so I was pretty eager to get to it.
I liked Noah. He’s sweet and maybe a bit nerdy, but pretty adorable. Ammy is smart and loyal and having a hard time with what’s going on in her life. Because of that, she lashes out. A lot. So much...
November 27, 2017
"'Here goes,' I say, without turning to her.
I slide the safety latch on the bottom. Then I grab the long handle in the middle. It turns under my weight, easier than it should be. The door opens, and there it is. The whole world in front of us.
Our adventure, beckoning."
This is a good...
January 05, 2018
I really enjoyed Konen's last book, The Romantics, and had high hopes for this book. I am happy to report, that Love and Other Train Wrecks delighted me in many of the same ways.
•Pro: Noah was a sweet cupcake and I loved him. He was not perfect, as I found out, but he had a huge and beautiful, if...
January 07, 2018
You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight
I have some of the mixed feelings about this particular book. Obviously the best way to decipher said feelings is with a good old fashioned list.
Things I Liked:
A train trip! Who d...
January 06, 2018
*ARC Kindly provided by Katherine Tegen Books thru Edelweiss for review*
A rather quick and fun story that spans a day. It sounds very J.E Smith at first but then the flow of the story was rather different.
Full Review to follow.
December 30, 2017
Reminded me of whichever story in Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances where the teens are stranded on the train in the snow and then they have to leave the train and trek out into the snow and fall in love, etc. (It's been a while since I read Let It Snow, can you tell?)
January 09, 2018
Full review posted on Nikki's Novel Niche
A cute story that proves that sometimes the journey can start off rocky and rough but the struggle is worth it in the end.
I really liked both Noah and Ammy and felt their characters developed nicely throughout the story. Both start off kind of naive and se...
December 16, 2017
You can find more of my review at Forever 17 Books.
I adore books with a romance steming from strangers meeting one night through extraordinary circumstances, especially when it comes to delayed traveling and crazy adventures. In Love and Other Train Wrecks we have two strangers who wound up next...
December 29, 2017
I received an advanced reader copy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.
This was an adorable read that spans the entirety of a day and then some. I loved how cheesy some of the lines were and the whole concept was something I ate up like candy.
One of my only complaints revolved around...
December 01, 2017
E ARC from Edelweiss Plus
This was rather fun, but it's more of a YA book due to language. Bonus points for including some adventure with the romance, and fantastic descriptions of riding on commuter trains on the east coast. Felt like a movie from the 1950s. Definitely investigate for high school...