A genie that needs true love in order to escape her lamp?
I am all for it. I loved this book but would have love truly loved if there was more fantasy involved. The author brushes over a lot of the fantasy to focus on the romance, which was fantastic by the way. But as a fantasy lover, there is a lot of good stuff here and would love to see it grow.
B. Love should write more fantasy novels and make them longer.
A retired NFL player, Colton, takes over his father’s business and falls for the star employee of the company, Whitney. He doesn’t realize that they met before and she hates his guts.
The romance was forced. The author did her best to create a build up but it was rushed and didn’t make sense. There is history between the two but there isn’t at the same time. What I mean to say is their history is so short and the author uses that to create a conflict that isn’t structured very well.
What was cute about this novel was how Colton broke the ice so they can get to know each other. It was super cute.
However, that didn’t save this novella.
What do you get when you have a landlord who is also a popular natural hair blogger rents to a womanizing corporate man? This book.
I loved this book and it was all because of the womanizer named Ryan Boye. I didn’t really care for Angela. She was a bit too desperate for me at times and she had unrealistic expectations too soon. But Ryan. He did his thing and when he didn’t just wait around for things to happen. He has self-aware and very actionable. I loved him.
There is one scene in this novel and all I could think of was the wedding scene in “A Different World” if you know you know.