I enjoyed this book. It was a little different, in that the story is narrated by the heroine and the hero (not really sure how else to categorize him). It was weird because Reid isn’t all that likeable, and usually if we see the males POV the heroine ends up with him. This was different because we aren’t really routing for Reid in this story. I didn’t want him with Emma and I was just hoping she wasn’t stupid enough to fall for his lines.
Instead, I found myself hoping she’d end up with Graham. He was the nice guy, the mystery, and the one she talked to and could open up to. Reid was a fantasy, and the fantasy didn’t live up to the reality. At first, I thought it was strange to see the story from his perspective, but I think it was so readers weren’t fooled by his actions. He does all the right things, for all the wrong reasons. His only goal was to bed Emma. He wasn’t going to use her for a one night stand. She was his costar, so he knew he’d have to sleep with her for a few months before he could dump her. Still, as bad as he was, I think he eventually came to care for Emma.
Overall, I was drawn into the teenage angst and wanted to see who Emma would choose. The story has definitely intrigued me enough to keep going.
By clicking "Notify Me" you consent to receiving electronic marketing communications from Audiobooks.com. You will be able to unsubscribe at any time.
We will send you an email as soon as this title is available.