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- Print Length: 275 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500324272
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 27, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00K31DCD8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,490 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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My main problem with this book was that the dialogue and plot were unrealistic which made the characters unbelievable. Lola's friend wants her to have fun and be carefree while they're in London, but then when Lola does just that her friend calls her and tell her not to do anything stupid. But once Lola argues with her, her friend turns 180 and changes her mind. Well, either you are a concern friend or not.
And Xavier's line of thinking is just ridiculous. I realize there is more to his story which is probably revealed in the next book that I didn't read (nor will I), but if you are constantly thinking about a woman, despite not wanting to get involved with her, calling her a prostitute, accusing her of wanting to sleep with Max, and then saying she's a gold digger makes no sense. Xavier tips off the paparazzi as to what hotel they are staying at and sets up a weird scene where the "room service" walks in on him going down on Lola, but then it's never explained as to why he did that. Again - it might be explained in the next book, but come on. And then, since the paparazzi have accused the Prince of being a playboy, yet again, suddenly they have to pretend they are engaged and she has to go back to his home country with him? What? Just what? How is that solving anything? He wants to pretend they are engaged for a week and then they'll break up and magically that will solve the playboy persona the press has put on him? And he's just suddenly going to quit teaching Lola's class? I thought he was doing a favor for someone? Apparently it wasn't that important if he can just up and quit. Even if this is a ruse for whatever ploy he is scheming (to get back at his ex who is randomly introduced?), I'm pretty sure there would be a more realistic way to do it.
Just a very weird random book with unrealistic dialogue and plot.
1) If I have to read the phrase "he crushed his lips to mine" one more time... Seriously! You're a writer! Use a thesaurus!
2) I thought the story itself was very promising, which is why I kept reading. But the characters are awful.
Xavier has some serious issues, as does any main male character, but he's incredibly abusive and probably also bipolar. He needs a shrink STAT.
Lola has zero backbone. Grow a pair! Stick up for yourself! She recognizes that Xavier is no good for her, yet she STILL LETS HIM SCREW WITH HER! And she recognizes it! He calls her a prostitute and she still works for him! And still makes out with him! Have some freaking self respect!! She also needs therapy ASAP.
Anna is an okay character. I don't understand how she's so confident, but is then also so jealous of Lola, who is basically described as a plain Jane? That doesn't really make sense, but it's not that bad.
Sebastian is the best damn character in the book and he barely had any page time. I want a whole book about him.
3) On the first day of class, they discuss a painting which then turns them to talking about prostitutes. Not to smother you with feminism or anything, but wow. Everyone (except Lola) decides the girl in the painting is a whore because she's naked? These are not real art students. Art students generally understand art, and they understand that nudity in art actually rarely equates to being a whore/prostitute. The author seriously needs to recognized her audience.
If you're reading this, you're probably like, "If she hated it, why'd she keep reading it?" Honestly? I kept thinking it would get better. But Xavier is SO bipolar and Lola is SO weak that there was really no saving it. I also hate not finishing books because I want to give them a fair chance. And I rarely write reviews, but seriously. I'm angry at this book. I'm angry that people loved it. I'm angry that people think this kind of abuse and clear mental health issues are romantic. Everyone has a right to like what they will, but we need to be promoting healthy relationships. Not these terribly written toxic ones.
Xavier notices Lola at the museum and sees her and her friend leave with Max so he follows.
Unbeknownst to Lola, Max works for Xavier and Xavier ends up being her Professor and then boss.Xavier is an actual Prince as well and he wants Lola..
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should I say I couldn't finish? This book was atrocious on so many levels I don't even know where to start.
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