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- ASIN : B06ZY4SJTV
- Publisher : K-Rom Publishing (April 14, 2017)
- Publication date : April 14, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 3314 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 445 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #952,064 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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And no, I wasn't given any copies of this book to review, I bought it because of the title and the synopsis. It's awesome. Try it. You'll love it. I wished the ending could have been more fleshed out, but it didn't leave you feeling short-changed either. And her calling Juhn Soo "Oppa". Bwahahahaha!!
Chase, a college student, has returned from an exchange program in Italy and has enrolled at in classes at a California college. . .or rather her mother has enrolled her now that her mother works in one of the offices there. Her other has also decided to set Chase up on a blind date without her daughters permission--one with a Korean student, since her mother is an over-the-top Korean romance fan. Chase soon finds herself actually interested in the guy, but before the romance can really get started, troubles arise. By mistake, Chase downloads a secret file which leads to company espionage. . .the same company her maybe boyfriend's best friend is heir to. Now, she's in the cross hairs of a dangerous company battle and worse, caught between to guys' hearts.
This book is written with the same quirky scheme as can be found in any modern day Korean drama, but with an American girl twist. Both guys are hot and rich. One is cute and open to her, the other closed and hard. It's the perfect cliche love triangle. The pacing holds nicely the whole way through, never dwelling too long on Chase's thoughts and emotions but simply letting the adventure unfold. And it is adventurous.
Chase is caught in a corporation battle where every means is allowed. Despite her innocence, she is in life threatening danger. The story holds enough twists and turns to keep the tension high, and the real 'evil' force in the dark until the last page.
Although I really enjoyed this read, I was a bit disappointed by the chemistry between Chase and her final hero. The disinterest lasted a little too long and didn't build with the gentle slope which it could have. The end of the book wraps everything up nicely, but felt rushed. The problems were solved too easily and Chase's final decision of her new life just snapped into place, and left some relationships unresolved.
Still, reading this was like enjoying a small piece of candy. It's sweet, short and holds all the flavor which makes Korean Dramas so fun.