I’m ridiculously happy and excited for fictional characters. Yes, sue me! I fell in love with all the characters, cried and laughed with them, and said goodbye with the promise of getting a peep into their “ever after” in the last book of the series.
This book is just as scary as it is brilliant. Scary because the story is hauntingly familiar and echoes the stories that ricochet on the walls of our tiny existence; brilliant because how the author managed to pack so many pieces of hearts into one story is a marvelous thing to behold.
Single-dad, check. Writer for a dating column, check. Beautiful daughter, check. Fate throwing them together, check. A Happily-ever-after for the books, check. You have it, it’s an amazing book!
Generally, I stay away from novellas because they’re oftentimes too porous with so many time gaps. That said, I didn’t enjoy this one. This review contains spoilers
Brendan and Piper are polar opposites yet they manage to make it work. Lesson 101 on the many reasons grumpy and sunshine romance is a superior trope.
Jolene and Jason have this romance thing on lock. When has it ever been heard that a friends-with-benefits arrangement didn’t morph into a relationship??
A boy, a girl, and train. I didn’t fall in love with any of the characters but their love story is one for the books.
Funny, intense, heart-wrenching story of a wonderful couple trying to find their ways back to each other.
Stalking is a superior trope and eternal love is magnificent in all its ramifications. I won’t be taking questions. Thanks for coming to my Ted Talk. *drops mic and sashays awkwardly*
The book has made me reconfirm my dislike for the enemies-to-lovers trope. It was well written but I went in with no expectations and was not disappointed.