MUSE – A Katy Evans Review


Its fantasy romance but in the realm of escapism. Evan’s latest romance is between two stranded artist in the heart of a New York airport. Desperate for inspiration for her characters, Becka, tries he hardest with a week in New York to find her muse. Without much luck, she’s now stuck in the airport waiting to head home with no new words springing to life on the page.She came here looking for answers to her romance novel and how to truly bring it to life. She never planned on living out a romance herself…with the last person she expected to see on the East Coast.

Noah’s done the same; he’s come to New York to find new life in his acting career. After wishing for more heartful roles but getting typecast as the “dumb but pretty” male actor, Noah’s resigned to his fate as playing a superhero and never the swoony hero. But his muse ends up taking the form of a cute and sexy writer stuck in the airport with him. Becka’s full of life and creativity and Noah’s instantly attracted to her. Spark up the 90’s romance movie scenes as these two play games, get drunk, share secrets, and find true love!

I feel like although this was a change from Evans more “alpha” heroes Noah isn’t lacking in his sex-factor in anyway. He’s charming in a cute and goofy way; the creative type meets the jock type. I loved his interactions with Becka in the beginning; the flirting, the persuading, the innuendos. It’s a whole new side of Evans’ characters that I really enjoyed. Muse is an escape from typical romances. There’s no period of dating and some dramatic reveal that tears the two apart. Its a literal 90s romance come to life: two people stuck in an airport for a few days end up falling in love. And i fell right along with them. A quick but fun and steamy read to add to the Evans! collection!



A brand new sizzling standalone contemporary romance by New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Katy Evans.

It was supposed to just be a quick trip to Manhattan.

My best friend was heartbroken. She needed support, and I needed inspiration.

I hoped to love the city. Bustling. Crazy. Inspiring New York.

But I ended up at the airport, heading home in the same condition that I arrived.

In a rut.

Add to all that, missing my flight and losing my laptop—the laptop, where the Best Love Story Ever sat on my hard drive.

Enter Noah Steele. Eerily familiar. Movie star. Heartthrob. Sultry romeo with bedroom eyes.

(But we’re not going there.)

He missed his flight too.

Noah is so smoldering, lip-bitingly hot, he’s not taken seriously as an actor, and is struggling to launch his career in New York.

He’s only ever had superficial girlfriends, so he’s having trouble showing true passion in his acting—the same challenge I’m having with this book.

When we met, we didn’t know that our connection would bring us the change we’d been craving.

That we’d be the very thing the other needed and didn’t know.

Each other’s muse.

*This book is a complete standalone and no previous reading is necessary to enjoy.


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About the Author:

Katy Evans is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author. Her debut REAL shot to the top of the bestselling lists in 2013 and since then 9 of her titles have been New York Times bestsellers. Her books have been translated into nearly a dozen languages across the world.

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