Love on Main is an anthology of 10 short stories which explore the many ways love can be lost and found. The characters range from high school teens to business-owning adults, some finding first loves, others recovering from previous relationships. No two stories are the same, but all come to a similar conclusion: with two people falling in love on Main Street.
Highly enjoyable and easily devoured, much like a box of chocolates!
I had the pleasure of reading this anthology, which is YA-Adult, and focuses on two things, Main St, USA, and LOVE!
Although each story is unique with different characters, they are all about finding love. The journey in all of them isn’t easy, and some go against everything their upbringing has taught them.
I really did enjoy this anthology, I think my favorite out of the entire collection was Intertextual Relations by Brandy Woods Snow. It was a cute story about a girl who had a texting relationship with a boy she didn’t know. They were to meet at prom, but the girl’s ex kept getting in the way. It was short, sweet, quirky, and all ’round a great story!
If you’re a fan of anthologies or quick reads all about love, snag your copy!
What’s on your TBR list for March?