Published by Brunswick House on November 10th 2015
Genres: Adult, Romance
Former U.S. Attorney, Meredith Walsh, took some time off to raise her children. But the time took away everything she once trusted about herself. She’s lost within the mundane confines of her children's schedules of lacrosse, soccer, Cub Scouts, and math facts. Desperate for a sliver of her former passion, and isolated in the small town her corporate husband relocated her to, she counsels herself on risking her family for the rush of a fling.
But Vincent Pratt, the local chief of police, weakens Meredith’s abhorrence of affairs and her dedication to her family. With him, she finds a new version of herself, one capable of contributing in her new world, and thriving in her lonely home. In spite of the fact, she’s not the kind of woman who has an affair.
I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
OH. MY. GOD.
I had to DNF this book at 9% because I really REALLY could not take it.
- Meredith was just very very annoying. I got super annoyed reading from her point of view, to the fact that she actually is a little bit too obsessed with sex? I don’t know. I just knew that I got quite annoyed at the fact that she kept referring back everything to sex. Come on…… I want some romance.
- The writing was pretty atrocious, and I mean no offense to the author. The way Meredith was written made it seem like she’s childish. Like every word was VERY VERY simple, giving the impression that this book was from the point of view of a little kid.
- THE STORY LINE. LIKE okay fine, I actually totally ignored the part about how the story was technically about cheating, because I wanted to see how the author made it seem okay. But I couldn’t take it, oh my God, it was just super slow. I felt like my life was ticking away slowly.
- Did I mention that she got horny because she saw a guy inserting a BANANA into a woman? WHAT.
I’m sorry. I do not hate the author, I just intensely dislike her book.