- File Size: 3090 KB
- Print Length: 212 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 1, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BVZC38W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,200 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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We don't get enough insight into either of the MC's past or their feelings. Things progress with sudden leaps, that come out of nowhere.
One minute they're adversaries, the next they're kissing and jumping into a relationship with only a bare minimum of words or declarations exchanged. How do they even know where they stand with each other? And with what little they know, how can they fall in love?
If we could have had more insight into Ash's family and his youth, or in Harry's PTSD or his experiences as a single father running a succesfull business, that would have really helped to create emotional involvement with these characters. And it would have added tension and interest in the story.
Harry's daughter, Virginia, is a great character and a lot of fun to read about. She was written really well.
Ash starts out as a fiery cruisader, though not as well-informed as he ought to be, using his art to make the world a better place. As soon as Harry offers him a job though, I feel he loses some of his credibility because he lets Harry pay his way more than I feel he ought. Also, he becomes an artist/personal assistant and the ease with which he takes on the PA-part of his new job doesn't seem to match well with his artist nature (to me).
The sex scenes are hot, but I felt the physical side of their relationship didn't progress in sync with what the reader knows of the MC's feelings toward each other (it felt rushed to me) and I feel the references to bdsm are almost more of a gimmick than true to these characters.
A bit more internal dialogue as well as meaningful conversations between the MC's would have really helped to make this book better. Now I had to read between the lines too much.
The title is a bit misleading, because apart from the obvious difference in money and status between these MC's, there's not much else of a similarity with the Cinderella trope.
Overall, it was a fun read. I look forward to reading more by this author.
I am struggling writing this review as I have mixed feelings about this book. There were things I liked, but just as much I didn’t. The writing is above par. No doubt about that. It started great, and I was sitting in anticipation of reading a good enemies-to-lovers story. But sadly, it didn’t meet my expectations.
The most important thing for me was that I didn’t get a good grip on the main characters. What made them tick. I didn’t connect to Ash and Harry. I felt there was much more to them, but now they stayed underdeveloped and didn’t grow. Therefore I also had a hard time following their relationship. It came with leaps and bounds, and I didn’t really felt the connection between these two men. The sex scenes, although not plenty, were hot on their own. There were some hints of BDSM elements, but as a good BDSM relationship needs trust and a real connection I, again, felt something missing here. The story could benefit from more character development, fleshing out situations, and more communication between the two men about their feelings.
Virginia, Harry’s fourteen-year-old daughter, is written very well though. She is just like a surly teenager should be. Sometimes too old for her age, and then a little girl.
There is a bit of suspense coming from Harry’s stalking ex-boyfriend and business partner.
Overall I enjoyed this book, and I will look for the next book by this author as I think she has a lot of potential.
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