➦Another vague review coming your way, people. This one is really hard to rate…
➦There’s this social experiment where two complete strangers end up on an island for 6 weeks and try to fall in love. Or something. And there’s a money prize if they end up marrying. Right.
➦If you’re one of those people who would roll eyes even at the premise of this book STOP. RIGHT. THERE. Pick up Anna Karenina instead, or something.
➦Since I am not one of those people, I shall allow this awesomeness of a fiction into my brain. Anywhoo. Long story short and then you decide if it’s right for you:
le positives (for me):
1) the writing is good and contains great banter
2) “arranged relationship” trope which I lurve
Book is 40 pages too long. My phone shows that I stopped reading at page 230 of 274. I was actually satisfied with the outcome and I didn’t need anymore descriptions of sexy times or the heroine’s gushing about how perfect the hero’s body is. like… damn, girl! I get it, he’s HAWT! But leave something to imagination.
I might just be jealous.
➦And thus, you see my dilemma. If I rate it on the pure fact that I was unable to finish the book it would be a 2 star. If I rate it on the chunk that I did read it would be a 4 star. I settle on 3. If you’re a patient reader it might be a good, satisfying book for you.