Well not a bad trilogy? If you need something to read this is nice.....
Not this time...
Did anyone proof read?! The storyline was ok but it took me a couple of days to get through, I kept putting the book down- getting bored. The typos drove me insane. And the repetitive rambling was annoying.
Really wish you’d put “cliffhanger” ...
Good plot. Poorly written
This book is different from other romances and I like that. Pretty unique storyline. Unfortunately it’s poorly written. It’s like the author forgot certain things she’s already covered and it’s all HORRIBLY edited- if it was edited at all. The ending is abrupt. Not just a cliffhanger, but like all three books in this series were meant to be one book, but it was decided they would be split into three so the books just randomly end and you’re literally FORCED to purchase the others if you have any interest in the whole story. Horrible idea. I’ve purchased the second and wish I could get my $4 back. It’s written the exact same way.. no editing and the author forgets certain details, and it ends horribly.
Good read but ending typical for a TV show season ending eg protagonist is dying. However in this case there is no next episode, no next season.
Great story, lots of exciting moments. I did read it in one evening, couldn’ put the book away.
Like the rest
While it was a little annoying to read about how Elizabeth missed being rich, it was refreshing to not read another story about a millionaire/billionaire who falls for a woman from humble beginnings, doesn’t care about money, and is different from all of the other horrible gold-digging women of the world. Then, I was disappointed when the same sexist narrative came up, as Phillip thought that all women were after money, and that’s why he stayed alone. I mean, how do women write sexist stuff like this? Phillip hired a whole escort to help me get money from someone else...but he’s not just after money too? I’m tired of the “exceptional woman who’s unlike the rest” trope. It’s sexist, annoying, unoriginal, and very played out.