Late Night Talking by Leslie Schnur is about Jeannie Sterling who has a late-night radio show. One night Jeannie has a less than pleasant run in with a Hummer driver and proceeds to rant about him on-air only to find out that this same man is Nicholas Moss, the new owner of the radio station. She soon finds herself attracted to him but finds her life spinning out of control as she starts to lose her best friend Luce.
This novel was just okay for me. I didn’t like it as much as I was expecting too. There was something about the characters that didn’t quite work for me. I read Leslie Schnur’s previous novel, The Dog Walker, and felt pretty much the same way. I felt the book had potential but didn’t quite live up to my expectations.