My rating: 3 of 5 stars
As has been the case with the first two in this series, the bones of a good story get buried under typos, grammatical errors and mixed up tenses.
I know this won’t matter for most people and it probably only sticks out for me because of my background as a journalist and sub-editor so hopefully they’ll be fixed before release day.
There’s a fair bit of dramady in this one and it’s also relatively low on steam, but the two MCs do have a connection which sparks on page and their relationship gets some good development rather than being chucked into an insta-love situation.
There’s a bit of telling in this one and an odd time jump into the future which is done to fit the timings of the other connected books in the series, but there is a sweet romance at the heart of this story.
#ARC received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.