This book had many parts to it that made it intriguing a lot of cool characters I loved Ten he was awesome and I was rooting for him and Lyv from the start but we had to go through many twists to get there in the end it was a lovely HEA and I'd love to read more about this couple and there family!!!
I am afraid to say that I was thinking "juvenile" right from the first chapter. I thought perhaps it was the main female character's character (she was in high school) but I think it was the writing style, unfortunately.
I did not like the heroine. She was vapid.
In the first five chapters we discover said heroine hates her family, she has an uber rich male bestie that she hangs out with. Said bestie is gorgeous but gay BUT they meet his "twin" at a show and he isn't gay. YAY! Not!
Ungay friend is instantly in love with heroine and become a trio of besties.
It wasn't the storyline I had problems with, it was the writing. It was just so basic and bland.
I don't want to waste my time reading books that really don't do it for me. Sorry author.
I got so involved in this book I couldn't put it down, I instantly connected with Lyv and through her Ten, two lost souls who had become friends, throw in a guy who looks like a Greek god, Alexander and you have the right mixture for a heart stirring book. Going through with Lyv made me cry, smile and get angry but it made me feel which is truly the sign of a great book, I must admit that although I liked Alexander he just never seemed to be right or mature enough, once again an indication of how well written this was. Ten on the other hand had me from the beginning, his caring and thoughtfulness and his love touched me. The mothers are portrayed beautifully and we hate them with a vengeance, Oliver and Andrew were friends as we got to know them. To get lost in a book, to connect and become part of their story is a gift that authors give the readers and it is certainly present in this book, I cannot wait for more of this series, it ended on a happily for now rather than a HEA. So I will impatiently wait for the next instalment, I only hope it's not too far away. I received a free copy for an honest review