But a heated argument leads to a fiery moment of passion and suddenly the two are fighting an unlikely attraction that neither saw coming. But Oliver has a secret that could tear them apart
This is one of those super-tough books to rate, because while it had some great, heart-warming & toe-tingling moments, it also had some moments that confused me, or just irked the crap out of me.
We’ll start with what was GREAT about this book:
Now, for the not-so-great stuff:
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
It’s within kissing distance of contributing, due to some of its more unrealistic moments. It doesn’t need full-blown rehab, but maybe a support meeting here and there?
Other reading suggestions
For well-written, small-town romantic comedy, try Rachel Gibson’s Truly, Madly, Yours. For more good fake boyfriend reads, check out our list, as mentioned above.