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Smitten with Croissants: A Sweet Billionaire Romantic Comedy (Smitten with Travel Romantic Comedy Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B088CPQTD8
- Publisher : Ellen Jacobson (25 December 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 2306 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 199 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1951495152
- Best Sellers Rank: 938,129 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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While the first book hits the tale of one of the friends, this one slides into the second of the trio—all girls off to Europe for different reasons. I enjoyed that this book starts on the cruise over to Europe (something which was only hinted at in book one), and overlaps just enough to connect to book one, but by no means regurgitates or incorporates much into the plot. And I think that's why I liked this one.
The main character is quirky in her own way, loves good food, and has a lot racing through her head. Which makes her endearing. While this is a billionaire romance, it starts out with other things than the insta-love and concentration. This one starts with the three girls and their friendship...and sweeps then into the other end. This allowed for a nice glance into Mia's personality before she's blown away herself.
The writing style is extremely relaxed, full of humor, and super cute. Mia makes tons of mistakes and is a bit of a scatter-brain, and that works for her. Especially since this slightly dizzy side does not mean she can't more than hold her own in other areas of life. She embraces her oddities, which makes her easy to root for. And she's careful in romance....which I also appreciated. The hero is swoon-worthy. And while there was a moment toward the end, where I wondered about some of the logic behind a more tense moment, it smooths out again to create a nice read.
This is the kind of book not to take too seriously, cuddle up in a chair with, grab the glass of wine, and if you don't happen to have a croissant, snatch up several pieces of chocolate before enjoying the romance and read.
Mia's antagonism toward the rich, while understandable, seems over the top. Pierre seems like such a nice guy, despite his family's wealth. A good friend gives her a different perspective. Mia needs to trust her feelings and her talents. When she does, she can accept Pierre. A charming story with a happy-ever-after.