- File Size: 748 KB
- Print Length: 280 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1545547300
- Publication Date: April 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071151KMK
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,137 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As for the included two other stories, the novella seemed so short to me that I even doubt that it's good that it exists. It ended right before I started getting involved with the plot.
One more thing to love about the story is that there are no stupid misunderstandings: people talk to each other and openly say what they think. Plus, Hudson really understands what happens in Mari's brains. I really love it about him, that he always gets everything right.
I also liked that, as a reader, I was let to see the situation equally from both points of view: from Mari's and from Hudson's (I'm new to Winter Renshaw books, and as I understood, this is the way she writes).
However, I did enjoy "The arrogant playboy". The story was entertaining and the characters loveable. I would recommend it and give it all five stars too, though the "Perfect illusion" beats it for me.
Quick recap: Mari hates her boss, she’s ready to quit, he propositions her. It’s a win-win for them both, until it’s not.
The book was entertaining. It wasn’t anything different from any books of similar tropes, and due to its brevity there wasn’t a whole lot of character development. I didn’t really connect with either character on any meaningful kind of level. There were a couple of interesting twists, however they really could have been explored further.
The story is told in a first person POV from both characters’ points of view. The book moves very quickly and it makes for a very quick read. I seem to have a hot/cold relationship with this author, and while this book wasn’t the one for me, I’ll still check out her other work.
I have read other proposition romance books in the past, and they all have a certain formula. This book did somewhat came off as batsh*t crazy in the beginning to me, because some things just seemed a little too far fetched. I soon enjoyed the character's interactions so much, that I started to look past all that though. I loved the female's go with the flow attitude and sense of humor, especially the way she uses those things to make her ex-boss more approachable and to help crack his hard exterior.
The book had just the right amount of steaminess and drama to keep you reading.The middle of the book was definitely a surprise, and the ending was a great happily ever after that was very sweet and heartfelt..
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