- File Size: 4382 KB
- Print Length: 482 pages
- Publisher: Toffee Apple Publishing; 1 edition (January 18, 2010)
- Publication Date: January 18, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003552L7M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #312,380 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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However, my huge issue with books of this sort is this; who are the people writing the glowing reviews? Because after reading the reviews, and then actually reading this book means I simply cannot trust Amazon reviews. There is no way an actual reader could find this book to be anything but dreadful and amateurish. IMHO.
the romance wasn't developed in the least bit. There really was no reason for the main characters to not just get together.
*spoiler alert* The only hindrance to their relationship was that she thought he stole her ideas but they were really his ideas to begin with (wait, how does that even happen? did she steal HIS ideas then? i'm confused) so why did it take her storming out and 6 years to figure out it was a misunderstanding? as soon as she returned to dublin, they resolve it literally in one conversation "oh, those were my ideas....oh they were? darn...okay" so...why didn't they just get together then? obviously they both wanted one another and there was no real actual conflict other than she'd run off for no reason whatsoever the first time. She kept agonizing over if he still wanted her when DUH of course he did and made it obvious yet she kept hesitating. I really didn't like this chick.
I thought the business stuff was interesting, trying to see if she'd choose between Sears and Randolph as a boss, but that wasn't even really dwelled on either. Just a minor conversation on the boat.
Morgan somehow appears walking on a bridge in the middle of the night when she's leaving (he has a car, wtf is he walking on the bridge for? why is she?? in the rain?) and they get together but the end was russssshed. Suddenly Harry has a job change at the end for NO reason? To be an architect which I assumed was setting up so there'd be some sort of conflict for Emer on if she should be with the cop or maybe meet/date Harry but that went NOWHERE was it forgotten? What was the point of introducing that fact then?
Doesn't say if Murphy and Verde stayed together either, what was the point of putting a year later at the end without wrapping up things.
It seemed that Verde HATED Blue and then all of a sudden they were bffs, that didn't really click well either. The whole thing just seemed a bit slapped together at parts and without enough development.
Since when is Dublin the place to be for fashion either? I've honestly NEVER heard that....London, Tokyo, NYC yes but Dublin? Sounds like an Irish writer who just wanted to incorporate her location with no real need to.
And Laughter101, you must be the author or her best friend, but telling every negative reviewer that they are wrong and just can't get the genius of this book isn't doing you or the author any favors, just seems childish.
I rarely write reviews but if you were like me and not sure whether to buy this book then I would say don't. Even at this price it is not worth it.
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