No Attachments by Tiffany King reviewed by Lisa

No Attachments by Tiffany KingTitle: No Attachments
Author: Tiffany King
Release Date: April 30th, 2013
Publisher: A.T. Publishing LLC
Pages: 302
Source: ARC

This will not be an overly long and wordy review, I felt like while the summary doesn’t give much—if anything—away that I didn’t want to write and write and end up giving the whole plot and its spoilers away. I feel like everyone should read it for themselves if they’re so curious about Ashton’s reason’s for starting anew and the reason for Nathan being in he exact same place that she is in.

Ashton Garrison decided to give up her life of privilege and start over fresh somewhere new and different from what she’s been accustomed to. That place is the small town known as Windfalls. While there she gets a job at a local store where she gets to meet new people and make new friends.

Nathan Lockton is the new guy that’s just come to town, and he’s made a bleep on Ashton’s radar. See, Ashton has this list of things that she needs to accomplish and he just may be the only person in the little town that may be able to help her. I wonder what it is she wants him to help her with, eh? I think we all know, so I won’t quite spoil it for you. However, I wouldn’t say that it came over as being the only thing on Ashton’s mind.

I have to admit that I wasn’t automatically taken with Nathan, but he did eventually grow on me. I couldn’t—in the end—not like him. As for Ashton, I was a little anxious to find out the reason for her leaving up cushy life and everything that it came with to move to some small town where everybody knows everybody. So I have to say that that really had me chomping at the bit.
Overall, it was a cute and quick read. This being my first book by this author shows me that she does have potential and I’ll be looking forward to reading some more of her works.

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2 Responses to No Attachments by Tiffany King reviewed by Lisa

  1. Cute and quick reads are an absolute necessity if you read a lot of scifi/dystopians/PNRs that sometimes take themselves to seriously, hah. Thanks for the review, Lisa! I hadn’t heard of this book at all so I appreciate your featuring it.

    Wendy @ <a href=””>The Midnight Garden</a>