This one is really hard to review. I’m not the hugest fan of Eason or Blackburns, but I really love Walter’s work. So I’m going to review them individually.
The plot was definitely interesting, but a little rushed to be finished in a novella. I didn’t particularly love the characters either. Daria was annoying to me personally. I didn’t mind Ryker.
This one was much better. I liked the spoiled kid, I really liked Liam, and I didn’t mind Emily all that much. The plot was interesting, even if it did feel a little too elongated. (I feel like it would be better if we were thrown into the action and then explained what was happening, rather than everything happens and then we get background and closure)
Ah Natalie… thank you. I loved the Harbored Secrets trilogy to death, and this little novella did not disappoint. Claudia, check. Ari, also check. Their physical attraction was almost nauseating if I wasn’t stuck laughing every other paragraph. Honestly a piece of art. I’m not sure how Ms. Walters did it, but she did. And I’m glad. Without her I would not have enjoyed this book nearly enough. But this part made up for the difficulties of them all and I quite enjoyed it. It did seem a liiittle rushed, but that’s not something that can be helped with a novella limit, and I think Ms. Walters handled it tastefully.
Anyway. All in all four stars. Thank you to Revell for a free copy of this book. A positive review was not required and all opinions are my own. 😀 toodloo