Review: Six Feet Apart: Love in Quarantine by Elena Greyrock


The year is 2025. Love in a pandemic can’t be quarantined in this quirky, playful romance. Can social distancing turn up the heat, rather than smother the flames? A struggling social media professional, meets a mysterious undiscovered musician. He’s self absorbed, and thinks the world revolves him. She is beautiful, shy and hates attention. Equal parts witty, steamy, and provocative, the first book in the Luna James Series is filled with unexpected twists.  

In a futuristic world of self-driving cars, drone aircraft, and robo-bartenders, Luna James struggles with her career as a social media influencer. A beautiful young Black woman, Luna turns heads wherever she goes. But her introverted personality causes her to write posts under the guise of a pen name. Deep down, she longs to be taken seriously for her writing talents. 

Then she meets Stryker Caine…  

An aspiring musician and notorious flirt, Stryker finds himself in an impossible situation. A man with a mysterious past, he is one of thousands suffering through the aftermath of the pandemic in New York City. With his radiant blond hair and seductive blue eyes, Stryker is used to getting any girl he wants. But now, social distancing has crippled his sex life.  

As the pandemic rages on, this tempestuous pair come down with a serious case of lust. Will love flourish under Quarantine? Will Luna come into her own? Ultimately, who will find redemption? Opposites attract, and anything can happen in this engaging quick read. Featuring original songs. 

Favorite Lines:

I didn’t keep track!

My Opinion:

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion.

This book was a cute, and relatable romance story; especially because of COVID. Taking place in the near future, it tells the story of Luna and Stryker. Lune is a social media influencer who hits it big when she helps promote musician Stryker. The fall in love but the relationship has its struggles and they find themselves apart but unable to get over each other despite their successful lives.

There were some grammatical issues like where quotation marks are placed. But other than that, this was a cute little romance story. It was kind of fast paced as it jumps to one year in the future pretty quickly. My biggest complaint was that the ending was a bit abrupt. I would have loved a bit more detail and a chapter or two of what comes next.


Overall, this was a quick, cute love story that involves love lost and the journey to find it again. If you love romance stories then this book is for you. Happy reading!


Six Feet Apart: Love in Quarantine


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