➦Fast-paced, entertaining and sexy – this book was a rather enjoyable read.
➦We have a hot arrogant businessman and a sassy Italian Pocahontas taking a train to work. He catches her eye and she gets to observe a perfect specimen of a not-so-rare species of assholes in its natural habitat.
➦He loses his phone on the train (perfect specimens can be clumsy too, just like us regular folk)
➦She pick up his phone and tracks him down at his job to return it… only to be turned down by him due to his inability to spare 2 minutes of his valuable time for her. She then gets pissed off, mentions that he does belong to the species of assholes and makes a haste exit while leaving him a naughty little go away present on his mobile device.
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❤I loved the opening scene and about half of this book. The rest of it I didn’t care much for… The banter was really entertaining and I found myself chuckling quite often. The character development was pretty good… But the drama llama at the end killed it for me. It was too over the top.
✘The following lines just make it too sappy for me:
“You have to trust in fate. It’s all written.”
“There are no coincidences in life.”
I happen to not share the same point of view, in fact, I think life is nothing but coincidences and you can make your own fate.