Published: 16th November 2017
Print length: 465 pages (ebook)
About the Author:
S. Ann Cole is an exaggerator, a laugher, sometimes overly chatty, sometimes overly shy. She’s afraid of cats, dogs, snakes—heck, she’s only tolerable to goldfishes in a tank. She hates fireworks, schmaltz and arrogance. She loves carbs, full moons and humility.
She lives nowhere and everywhere. Jokey people are her favourite people to be around, as laughter is the way to her heart. She’s also #TeamBreezy and #TeamMiley and she doesn’t care what you think about that.
When Ann’s not abusing her computer keyboard, you can find her nosing a novel, watching anything on television that makes her laugh until she breaks into hiccups (loves Disney, TBS, and Impractical Jokers!) studying the Bible, or sipping red wine.
About The Book:
My name is Timberly Day. I don’t drink, but I do know things.
I know the heart beats over 100,000 times per day.
I know for every one second, lightning strikes the Earth 100 times.
I also know that Jaxon King—the bloody tosser!—is a muddler.
A manipulator. A liar. A con, a thief…and a closet nerd.
He’s as beautiful as innocence, as harmless as a feather.
Except, it’s all an illusion.
I searched a lot for a good romance book to read and came across this. People only had good things to say about it and I thought that I had found the perfect book. I was mistaken. The only reason I kept reading was because we were doing a romance-themed month on the blog.
Not to take anything away from the author and her writing, the book is written well. The plot is good as well. A little predictable (read: totally predictable), and you don’t really get a sense of surprise that is welcome in any good book.
In case it is not yet clear that I didn’t like the book, let me make it clear. I did not like the book. The only reason I didn’t like the book was that it was hyper-sexualized. The book started there and ended there and that was all it was about in between. There were some points that made me laugh. The humour was there, the plot was good but it was just not my cup of tea.
If you like that sort of thing then go ahead and read it, but I think this was the first and last time, I was reading this author.
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