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Sadie saved this book for me, an author group I’m in suggested we read it and i was morbidly fascinated. I almost quit during Ethans first chapter but I hung in there cause I trusted the source of the recommendation. I didn’t like him at first and even throughout the book and with the overdose of pet names and whatnot there were a couple things he said that made me wanna smack him upside the head.
My attention waned, I skimmed, I cringed, I think this book is taking advantage of a situation that shouldn’t be taken advantage of and that while I have no problem with books like this, as I was reading I found myself thinking I have an issue with the timing of this book and books like it.
I also feel like it was rushed, could have done with more editing and a further proofread before publishing (curtains aren’t spelled with parentheses in the middle, for example) and some of the writing jolted me off the page. It felt rushed, the storyline, the production, pushing a book out so its relevant now.
This book helped me cement the fact that I want escapism from reality when I read right now, I don’t want to escape TO reality.
I’ve heard Kylie is a great author though and this definitely showed glimpses of hilarity and promise so I’d be inclined to check out her work.
This story yeah is somewhat of was going on right now in this quarantine. But I don't know it just felt short for me. I'm a big Kylie Scott book reader I don't know if it was the collaboration but I just didn't feel one way or another for it I was just blah. The only good thing I do have to say is at least they were considerate in the pricing unlike other authors that knowing how tough times are. they are charging 9.99 for books just not caring about there loyal readers when we are all out of work. Be kinder to your readers and they won't forget your kindness.