➦First, le positives:
•A New York setting. I lurve those.
•A self made billionaire who was a foster kid for a hero.
•A heroine who comes from money but tries to make it on her own by opening an art gallery.
•Art. Because who doesn’t love discussing a juxtaposition of light when it hits something on something. I’m not being sarcastic. Actually enjoyed that part. lol
➦Now, as far as the — wait, I don’t want to say negatives … it’s such a negative word. I shall hereby refer to them as MEHgatives. The biggest MEHgative for me is that there’s nothing wrong with this book, in fact, it follows a rather predictable contemporary romance formula.
➦It just felt like some things needed to be either explored more or taken to more extremes. A plot twist would have been nice. The hero needed to be more developed, in my opinion, I wanted more flashbacks to his past. May be then I would have bought the whole ending without rolling my eyes. There were some touching parts so definitely a solid read – hey, I finished it! – just not very memorable, I’m afraid.