That is… until she chooses between two empty plane seats and ends up right in the middle of Sebastian Corronov’s messy life.
I really like the way this author writes her characters – with flaws and all. The plot is also a good one, well developed and written too. The female lead was an interesting character with lots of edges, clever and funny. I can not make my mind up about the male lead – sometimes he felt like a flawless gentleman and in other moments – well let’s say his mood swings gave me a whiplash but made an interesting read.
I read several books from this author that I also liked very much – yet this one here feels different and something would not let me connect with the characters fully – and I can not put my finger on the reasons why. It might be that some things did not add up fully – mostly when it came to the secondary characters/antagonists…. Going into details would mean spoilers – so that is a no go ….. Let’s just say that the female “antagonist” in this story did not really make sense at all most times, But let’s not forget the one secondary character I think everybody will love … Stella … hahahahaha – she needs a special mention …
Still, I really liked what I read and even if it wasn’t a tearjerker or anything to laugh about – it is a well-developed plotline and I would read this author’s books anytime because her writing appeals to me.