Release date – 27th March 2018
Rating – ⭐️
I finished this book a few days ago and am only now writing this review now, nearly two whole days later.
Because I forgot about it. It literally made such an effect on me that I forgot I’d read it.
So this is going to be a pretty short review because I can’t really remember a great deal about much of this book. The basics are:
– Blake, our heroine; quirky, no filter, she sort of hinted towards autism in the beginning but it wasn’t acted upon
– Gavin, co-worker; bland, moves in with Blake when he becomes homeless
– They have a lot of sex (and not even varied and interesting sex, it was just like reading the same thing over and over)
That’s it. I couldn’t even remember the names of the characters had I not checked Goodreads first.
Needless to say, this book didn’t really create a lasting impression on me BUT I do want to point out that, on Goodreads, I’m in the minority because the majority of people loved it. So who knows, it might be your cup of tea.
*thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for providing a free copy*