“Powerful story and sizzling sensuality have always made Nan Ryan’s romances special.” —RT BOOK REVIEWS
Kay Clark and Sullivan Ward were once the hottest radio duo in the city. But when Kay left Denver—and Sullivan—to continue her career in Los Angeles, their romance wilted before it ever had its chance to fully bloom.
Now, five years later, Kay is back and though she’s changed, her feelings for Sullivan haven’t. As they take the air together once again, an old flame sparks anew and blazes hotter than ever—on and off the air.
In the 1980's making someone a mix tape was a big deal, especially if you were to give it to someone you were interested in. Music always played a big part of our lives, most people can hear a song from their youth and it takes them back to the feelings of that time in their life.
The story begins with Kay moving back to Denver, CO after being away for five years. She is returning to work at the radio station that she used to be employed by, to help boost the ratings. Being back at this station also means working with her old co-host Sullivan. There are some unresolved issues between them that will make working together challenging.
I liked that this story takes place during the 1980's. It was fun to read about the old D.J. methods of cueing up the next song. The choice of music that is mentioned in the story is great and brought me right back to that period of time.
I'm giving Love in the Air 5 stars for being a sweet second chance love story!
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About the Author
She began her writing career in 1981. She flirted with writing mysteries, but never finished any. Then, as fate would have it, she saw an article in Newsweek magazine entitled "From Bedroom to Boardroom." It was an interesting story on the women who were writing romance novels. Nan was intrigued. She had never read a romance. She bought a couple, read them, and knew she'd found her calling. She sat down at the Smith Corona typewriter and began her own romance. The first one never left her house. It is burieddeep in a trunk and Nan says it will never be shown to anyone. Her second book sold and she's been writing since. Twenty-two romance novels later, shestill enjoys writing and realizes she's been blessed to have found what she loves to do.
The winner of numerous awards, Nan Ryan says one of the nicest things ever written about her was printed in the St. Petersburg Times. Correspondent AnnV. Hull wrote: "Romance novelist Nan Ryan could step right into the pages of one of her paperbacks. Tall and slender, with smokey eyes and pearly skin,Nan Ryan looks like movie star Jessica Lange's older sister. Ryan writes the most imaginative and bold love scenes, some of which would surely shock herformer teachers at Abilene Christian University."