Top critical review
Reviewed in the United States on June 25, 2020
"When I part her with my thumbs and my gaze devours her most secret flesh, it’s as if I’ve opened a whole new world. Yes, I’ve seen a woman’s kitten (not the actual word used, but I have to keep it PG13) before— lots of them. But this is the one I’ve craved for too many years"
Isn't that romantic? Isn't romantic to know that Jett slept with Whitney's acquaintances? Isn't it romantic to be told again and again that Jett slept around? Wanna know the best part? We even got the "I have never stopped loving you" line. I haven't rolled my eyes so hard in a long time.
Now wanna hear the sad part? Whitney is a virgin. She couldn't sleep with any other man because they weren't Jett. She knew what (or should I say who) Jett had been doing for the last eight years and yet she chose to remain faithful to him and that's plainly pathetic. I was expecting a lot more from this author. Not to mention that she should have left him after he revealed his master plan.
The book is supposed to be 87 long and it felt even shorter. It has 3 chapters and an epilogue and the whole story happens in like less than 12 hours. If this book had been a novel it would have worked, but in this format, it didn't. There was supposed to be so much hate on Jett's part and yet the moment his Johny got wet he forgot everything. Actually many things were left unresolved and it was annoying.
The romance was not believable at all and the heroine just made me sad. Oh, did I mentioned that she is engaged to another man?