I have had such a really long week and all I have wanted to do was curl up in bed and read. Instead I have had to read a chapter here and there. As such I found it hard to connect with the story. Which sux because I am a huge fan of Natasha Madison. And I adored Only One Kiss so I was really looking forward to this one.

Miller took me a little off guard. I expected him to go all out trying to win Layla and I guess in his own way he did. He just didn't realise that he was approaching it all wrong. But once he realised the error of his ways, he worked so hard to set things straight.

Layla was really relatable and I loved that she was so comfortable being herself. She stood up for what she deserved and when she wasn't getting it she didn't react with unnecessary drama. And her grandmother was absolutely priceless.

Overall, the story was good, and I enjoyed it when I could manage to read it long enough to get caught up in it. I am so desperate to get my hands-on Manning's book next.

 


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