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If there was ever a book I could see becoming a rom com or hallmark movie in the next 5 years, Six Feet Apart: Love in Quarantine is definitely it!


This is a love story set in the year 2025, in a world that has grudgingly adjusted to covid (renamed Covid-25) and we are, for the most part, still under quarantine. It’s light and pokes fun at a lot of the struggle we’re going through, in a good way, so don’t worry about picking it up and feeling like you’re still in your own covid quarantine. There’s still good times to be had!!


Overall, if you’re looking for a rom-com romance that’s super relatable and you’re ready to face what might become our reality in the next few years, definitely give Six Feet Apart a chance!


PS – I’m so ready to try the Quarantini recipe at the back of the novel. It looks delicious!


Audrey S. (5 Stars)

Goodreads Review

This is a juicy and absorbing book, which I highly recommend. What I loved best was how I could so easily relate to the protagonist, the lead character, Luna. The author so deftly articulated what it’s like to be a real woman and how we engage in a persistent juggling of personal interests, professional demands, and basic human needs of connection: love, romance, friendships, job/income, plus the desire to remain self-sufficient.


What I found so inspiring was how Luna moves forward with her life despite an ongoing global pandemic. Once I started reading, I could not put this book down until I had reached the end — it’s engaging, heart-wrenching, funny, captivating and best of all REAL. I can’t wait until the next part of the trilogy is ready!


Cynthia De (5 Stars)

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FREEDOM IN AMERICA has vanished. The year is 2025. Luna James is alone, contained in her small New York City apartment. She’s half listening to the world news broadcast blaring on the television.

“It has been five years since COVID-19. Cities are at the center of the Pandemic and mostly deserted. And for most of us our worlds have shrunk to the size of our homes.” The female newscaster’s voice is somber.
“Thousands of people now refuse to leave their homes and have developed FOGO, or the fear of going out… Dr. Schaeffer, you are an expert on infectious disease and part of the federal response team to minimize the effect of the virus over the last five years…please explain to our viewers how we got here…”

“Certainly.” A man’s head and shoulders appear on screen. His face is pale and worn. His hair is short and completely white, and he keeps pushing up his glasses that are slowly sliding down his nose.

“Let me explain the evolution of our response as a country. The United States was unprepared and in denial the virus would arrive with such vengeance. We took little precaution. Due to the lack of leadership from the federal government it took us two years for the response to COVID to level off. When the vaccine did arrive, things were better for a short time. That was until the virus kept mutating every six months. So, keeping up with the virus became difficult and unmanageable and the death rate again soared. Now that we have a better handle on testing with the Rapid DNA technology and the centralized database tracking the movements of all Americans, we are in a much better place to deal with COVID-25.”

“So Dr. Schaeffer, are you saying the Pandemic will never go away?” the female newscaster asks fearfully. “How will we live? What should we expect?”

Luna points the remote at the woman’s face and clicks off the television. It’s a warm June evening and she misses going to the gym every day. She pulls on her lilac leggings and struggles into the matching sports bra top. The pastel purple color compliments her brown skin. She picks up her house keys, stopping for a moment to admire herself in the full-length mirror. She knows her body is flawless, her stomach impossibly flat, her cleavage peeking out of her top. Luna lets out a deep sigh, grabs her boombox, slips on her face mask, and pushes open her apartment door.

The roof is on the fourteenth floor, and halfway up the staircase Luna stops for a breath. Once she recovers and is breathing normally, she switches hands and lugs the heavy radio the rest of the way up the steps. Her small Bluetooth speakers had fizzled out, and she could not find them in stock anywhere online. Another symptom of the Pandemic. She put the enormous radio on the ledge. It’s a Bumpboxx Ultra Bluetooth boombox—a gift from her best friend, Santana, one Christmas prior to the Pandemic, when going retro was back in style. Luna loved the stereo’s colorful graffiti design—it was so 90s.

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About Elena Greyrock

Elena Greyrock

Elena Greyrock is the author of The Luna James Series, a provocative urban love story filled with sizzling heat and humor. Like Elena’s personality, the book is quirky and unexpected. It is filled with original songs written by Arturo Augustus.

Elena lives in Manchester, New Hampshire with a family of splendid and prolific plants and her fiance, a technologist. When not consumed by the latest riveting page-turner, or blogging, Elena can be found dancing. A Zumba enthusiast, Elena teaches Zumba for charity events throughout the year.

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Book Trailer: Six Feet Apart, Love in Quarantine

A provocative meet cute romance novel that is fast-paced and surprising. Will Luna and Stryker’s love flourish under quarantine? Who will find redemption? Featuring original songs. View book trailer: https://youtu.be/14JUjtwVuIE

Overall Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐“Will love flourish under Quarantine?” This article originally appeared on the “A Quintillion Words” blog. This book is as charming as it is relevant to the current situation we’re all living in! Six Feet Apart: Love In Quarantine explores how two people find love in a strange and uncertain time.It’s not just a book about love …

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A provocative meet cute romance novel that is fast-paced and surprising. Will Luna and Stryker’s love flourish under quarantine? Who will find redemption? Featuring original songs. View book trailer: https://youtu.be/14JUjtwVuIE

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