I don’t have much to say about this book so I’ll just get straight to the point. I didn’t like it. I went into this thinking it was going to be like Katie McGarry’s ‘Pushing the Limits’ but much raunchier, but it really wasn’t. It was boring, so full of “insta-love” which was just plain annoying, and the story just wasn’t written in a way that grips you. While reading it I kept feeling like I was missing something, and it felt like it was a sequel so I had to go check but nope, ‘twas numero uno!
I didn’t connect with any of the characters, and I felt like the story line was very predictable. There was build up for some big revelation but you could figure it out within the first prologue what it’s going to be. The writing was ok in the sense that I didn’t have to re-read any parts but I still think that it needed a lot more detail. One minute the girl is going back home ad is trying to avoid some guy and then the next thing you know, he’s climbing into her bedroom to sleep with her? You don’t get any back story on their previous relationship so it just makes no sense and is confusing.
I wouldn’t recommend anyone read this book to be honest, and I probably won’t be reading ‘The Coincidence of Callie and Kayden’ (I can’t remember if that is the name). unless someone convinces me that it is fantastic, which I doubt it.
Rating: 5/10 (Rating Scale)
Format: Paperback, 339 pages
For fans of: Sweet Thing by Renee Carlino (My review)
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