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One of Amazon's Best Romances of October!
Space is the last thing an event planner and an astronaut need in this charming new romantic comedy from New York Times bestselling author Samantha Young.
When event planner Hallie Goodman receives party-inspiration material from the bride of her latest wedding project, the last thing she expects to find is a collection of digital videos from Darcy’s ex-boyfriend. Hallie knows it’s wrong to keep watching these personal videos, but this guy is cute, funny, and an astronaut on the International Space Station to boot. She’s only human. And it’s not long until she starts sending e-mails and video diaries to his discontinued NASA address. Since they’re bouncing back, there’s no way anyone will ever be able to see them...right?
Christopher Ortiz is readjusting to life on earth and being constantly in the shadow of his deceased older brother. When a friend from NASA’s IT department forwards him the e-mails and video messages Hallie has sent, he can’t help but notice how much her sense of humor and pink hair make his heart race.
Separated by screens, Hallie and Chris are falling in love with each other, one transmission at a time. But can they make their star-crossed romance work when they each learn the other’s baggage?
About the Author
Samantha Young is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the On Dublin Street series, including Moonlight on Nightingale Way, Echoes of Scotland Street, and Fall from India Place, and the Hart's Boardwalk series, including Every Little Thing and The One Real Thing, as well as the standalone novels Fight or Flight and Much Ado About You.
"Wow. I've been reading Samantha Young for years and she has actually managed to top herself with A Cosmic Kind of Love."—Tessa Bailey, New York Times bestselling author of It Happened One Summer
“With a premise that shines like the brightest constellation, Samantha Young delivers a refreshing and delicious rom-com about star crossed lovers event planner Hallie Goodman and NASA astronaut Christopher Ortiz. Sizzling chemistry, a tangible connection, and complex characters I rooted for from the get go, A Cosmic Kind of Love did in fact launch my heart into space and left me on Earth, starry eyed and hoping for my own Captain Chris Ortiz.”—Elena Armas, New York Times bestselling author of The Spanish Love Deception
"A stellar blend of upbeat and endearing, A Cosmic Kind of Love is classic, feel-good rom-com entertainment!—Chloe Liese, author of the Bergman Brothers series
"A Cosmic Kind Of Love will fly you to the moon and leave you stargazing. This clever romantic comedy about two souls brought together by the stars is everything you need in your life, complete with swoons, smiles, and steam enough to power a rocket. A Cosmic Kind Of Love doesn't just get five stars--it gets the whole galaxy."—Staci Hart, author of Wasted Words
Praise for New York Times bestselling author Samantha Young and her novels
"Utterly delicious and addictive."—New York Times bestselling author Kristen Callihan
"Young pens a wonderful romance with lovable, multi-faceted characters who want what everyone wants -- someone to love them, no matter what."—RT Book Reviews
"Full of tenderness, fire, sexiness and intrigue, Every Little Thing is everything I hope to find in a romance. I loved this book, love this series and am desperately hoping for more installments sooner than later!"—Vilma's Book Blog
"This series is one I'd recommend to all romance lovers. Samantha Young always delivers a great love story."—Reading in Pajamas
"Ms. Young delivers a character-driven storyline that is gripping from the get-go, injecting a beloved enemies-to-lovers trope with intense angst and eroticism"—Natasha is a Book Junkie
"A really sexy book...Highly recommend this one."—USAToday.com
"Humor, heartbreak, drama, and passion."—The Reading Cafe
"Young writes stories that stay with you long after you flip that last page."—Under the Covers
"Charismatic characters, witty dialogue, blazing-hot sex scenes, and real-life issues make this book an easy one to devour."—Fresh Fiction