They didn’t make me the Queen of the Unpopular Opinion crew for nothing, folks. You can call me Khaleesi of the Unpopular Opinion crew if you prefer. No bowing or curtseying or anything is necessary.
In case you didn’t gather from that lead in, I didn’t care for this book. And judging by the author’s sales rank and thousands of 5-star reviews, I’m guessing many of you won’t agree with me on this one.
First, I’ll start with the positives:
And...that is all.
Now, for my negatives (*takes a deep breath*):
So, long-story-short: if I were you, I’d skip this one. Unless you aren’t part of my Unpopular Opinion Crew. If you aren’t...well, go ahead and download it. You’ll probably love it.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
This book reads like a checklist for how to perpetuate the romance stigma. Critics probably hold this one up as Exhibit A when bashing the romance genre as a whole.
Other reading suggestions
For a great read about a hero who takes care of the heroine without stifling who she is or wants she wants out of life, try Linda Kage’s Priceless.