Michael has been living day to day going on a routine that’s expected of him. It’s not until he meets Pricilla that he realizes that he’s not really happy anymore. He hasn’t been happy for a long time. He decides to leave it all behind. For her. Priscilla is devastated. Her grandmother has passed away. She raised Priscilla after rescuing her and her brother from their abusive mother. She meets Michael and falls hard for him. Amber is in love with Michael. She has been with him for over a decade. She will do whatever it takes to keep him with her. Including sabotaging his happiness.
The cover is beautiful. The book is very easy to follow along with. It’s a very short and easy to read. I read it all in one sitting. I mean I guess listening to it in audiobook made that very much easier. Not that it wouldn’t have been easy to read alone. It was a really nice and adorable story. I know that many readers will enjoy this story very much. Especially those who love the triangle type romances.
I liked this book, but I didn’t love it. I don’t really know right now if I will be finishing the trilogy. It’s something to think about. There’s nothing really horribly wrong with it. I just didn’t really get anything from it. I feel like I’d have to reread the first book again when I do get around to reading any sequels. There’s nothing really memorable. The story flows nicely, but there’s no real flare. I can’t explain it.
This book was narrated by Sharon Lacey. She did a pretty impressive job. It was quite obvious that she really got into the story as she went. I think that helped me not get too bored with the story. There’s nothing really noteworthy to point out specifically. I am curious to hear other books she’s narrated. I’m sure she does just as fantastic with them as well.
I really wanted to enjoy this book. The flow of the story is nice and simple. It’s a very short and easy to read. It just missed something. I can’t quite put my finger on it. I’m not saying that I will not continue on with the trilogy, but if I do, it won’t be right away. I won’t discourage others from reading the book just because I personally didn’t enjoy it all that much. I encourage everybody to give it a chance that thinks they might enjoy it.
Thank you for Reading!