- File Size: 3816 KB
- Print Length: 1366 pages
- Publication Date: October 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0756WVQ4G
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,837 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book is one of the best that I have read in quit awhile. It wasn't just a love story it was about OCD, (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), and what it takes to live with it every day.
Wyatt has OCD and things are not working out for him as he tries to get a plane ticket, first class to Atlanta, Georgia, and of course they don't have one for him because another plane is down and it's over booked..
Kenzie, is on her way to Boston but when she gets to the airport she is told that her plane is experiencing technical difficulty but that they can book her on another flighty to Atlanta, and there's a connecting flight to Boston.
Kenzie is a free-spirited and fun loving person, nothing like her academics family, she in decorating and designing business, the creative artist in her family.
These two will meet for the first time on the plane and she will not like him not one bit. But circumstances will bring them together time and time again.
Truly a wonderful written story and both characters were so believable you couldn't help but love them.......
***I voluntarily read an advance readers copy of this book.***
I really liked the story line. The man with OCD who comes across and brash, rude and arrogant finally meets the girl (oh sorry, Woman) who understands him and can see the person beneath that hard exterior. There are some humorous moments with their interactions and with him and his issues. I enjoyed his character a little better than hers. Although he often came across as a jerk (though it wasn't his intention,) he also had a naivety about him, especially when it came to the opposite sex. He's had girlfriends in the past, and has been on dates, but because of his personality, they fled pretty quickly. I liked the female character as well, but I had some issues with her. On the plus side, I liked that she understood him and his reality and didn't mock him or make fun of him. And she worked with him to help break him out of his shell. Helped him do things he wasn't able to do before. On the down side, she would be having thoughts/conversations about herself and then later would contradict those thoughts. One example that I can think of off the bat, was she said she was a spontaneous/free spirited person and everyone who knew her knew this, but then she was constantly calling her BFF to get her opinion on what to do.
The first half of the book was hard to put down. Was quite entertaining, but then it seemed to die down in the latter part of the book. There were a lot of editing errors, but then copy I read was an ARC, so I'm hoping that those would have been corrected in the final release. The writing itself was a bit choppy. There were a few instances that I had gotten confused with the scenes and placements, or who was actually saying what (of course that may be corrected in the final editing.) On instance, she said how she felt so lonely and that the seat next to her was empty (on the plane,) then the next paragraph she says she fell asleep on her mothers shoulder without any mention of one or the other moving seats. Things like that.
As far as sexual content and language, both are relatively mild, and I would say this would be ok for 16 and up.
The book is okay. Not great, not terrible. Point of view changes fairly often but the author doesn't identify the speaker all that often and in the course of the text it often gets confusing regarding who is speaking. You think you are in Wyatt's POV when suddenly it feels like comments are made that only make sense if from the other character. So I often found myself having to stop and reread sections where POV suddenly didn't seem to match the last heading. I'm also finding that interior decorators and computer programs are starting to turn into a cliche for these billionaire romance novels. It is as if that is the only reason authors can think of for rich guys to come into contact with regular women. I'm rather tired of it. It is getting boring. Also, the author has Kenzie and Wyatt discuss reality t.v. and documentaries in a way that kind of insults all historians, history lovers, and people who like documentaries. It really annoyed me. There were a few other, little things, that didn't work for me but there is one thing the author did do well. She managed to write two very opposite characters and give them backgrounds that would actually create a lot of commonalities by which they would be able to relate with and understand one another really well. So their ability to connect once they got past the surface reaction is believable.
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