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1. The hero "met" the heroine by stalking her. This wasn't even necessary to the plot line and it just made me creeped out by the hero.
2. The storyline is EXTREMELY predictable. I'm betting most of you knew the "twist"/outcome just by reading the description. I know I did.
3. Basically the entire story is the hero lying to the heroine, making up an excuse, the heroine saying "oh I'm never going to forgive him and fall for this again" AND THEN SHE DOES. And repeat. The heroine has no backbone whatsoever. It drove me insane.
4. Instalove. I know one 5-star reviewer is trying to claim that (spoiler???) because the hero and heroine knew each other from before and were in love from before, it wasn't instalove. But the heroine didn't know this when she fell in instalove with the "new" hero. So yes, it is still considered instalove. There was no connection whatsoever between the modern-day characters.
5. The heroine never had sex because she was "saving" (blah) herself for her true love. While her true love was out having sex with a multitude of women. Yay, double standards that also appear in 99% of romance books?
6. Because of the above points I really wasn't rooting for the hero and heroine to get together. Which is a must for me to love a romance book.
So yeah, I was disappointed with this one.
24% through- We drive in companionable silence for a few minutes before my wheels start turning. I decide I need to know exactly what Jake Madsen's intentions are when it comes to me. << I want to know to. It has been so long since I read this book. I can not remember nothing about this book. So it feels like it is my first time reading it. I was in a book slump, and decided to re read some books by Mia Sheridan. Can not go wrong with this author.
I already feel like Jake holds all the power here and I know he's way out of my league,
"So, Jake," I say. biting my lip, "do you date a lot?"
"No." Then he pauses, thinking, and goes on, "There have been a lot of woman, Evie, but no, I didn't date many of them." He glances at me, gauging my reaction to that snippet of information, and then turns back to the road. "I'm not proud of that, but it's the truth. Does that bother you?" He seems troubled.
24% through...."Evie," he says quietly, finally looking at me. "What I mean is, when I F__ you, you're going to be mine. Is that clear enough for you?"
46% through- Jake and Evie moved up. I am glad it did not take til the end. It is good build up.
"You're mine now, Evie. Say it," he whispers.
My hand stills, and I look him in the eyes. "I'm yours, Jake," I whisper back, loving the sound of the words.
There is a twist. I kind of wish Evie, was a little stronger.
I did enjoy it. And would read more from this author.
I love the fact her books are not too long, there for it is not Too much push in pull, back in fourth. And things does not drag out.