Here’s what irked the crap out of me (keeping in mind that I only made it to 41% of the story, so anything super cool and interesting that happened after that was totally lost on me):
So, at the end of the day, I feel betrayed by this book with its good cover, good blurb, and good writing. And betrayed bloggers are NOT happy bloggers.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
Contributes on nearly every front!
Other reading suggestions
For a great older man/younger woman read, try Scandalous by LJ Shen Or, if you want to read something truly funny that deals with an older woman/younger man, try Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland’s Dear Bridget, I Want You.
Note: You can check out our 5-star review of Scandalous and our 5-star review of Dear Bridget, I Want You.
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