I liked the cover. I probably should have read a bit further before requesting it on Netgalley. Ella has it all in London, but she can’t find her place until she meets her stalker, ehm love interest. He spends the entire book saying how he always loved her, through all her previous lives. That is not scary at all.
It was one of the most cringe worthy romances I read in a long while. After she meets Zac there is not a single thing besides him that she can do or think about. He will break the rules, just for her. Add to this a random attempted rape, which was completely glanced over, and a rather ridiculous subplot about Ella’s parents and I found I was not really caring any more about any of the big revelations with the angels, who may or may not play a part in life.
It was a fast read, sure, but I never got into the story. The characters don’t really have a personality besides loving each other. This was definitely not for me.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!
After I took the snake I was back to square 1: by a female author. This book is written by NJ Simmonds, a woman, so I get to roll 2 dice.
7. Author’s last name begins with the letters A, B, C, or D.
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