The author’s reliance on tropes and familiar conventions make this painless read less of a riot and more of a… pleasantry, I guess.
Category: Genre: Contemporary
Oh look, the sighting of a rare new adult story that doesn’t make me feel like I’ve taken a swim in toxic waste!
The author is good at writing romance but not so good at angst. This one is almost all angst, all day. See the problem here?
The heroine is the best thing about this one. Everything else is so familiar that it’s hard for this one to stand out from the rest.
For once, I am not shaking my head at the hero. No, I’m wincing at everything else.