Top critical review
16 March 2019
I can see why Sadie would be a target as she has no friends and family but to be targeted for her unknown wealth, now I find that hard to believe. Why would the Russian Bratva know about an American girl who has spent her whole life in foster homes? The plausibility doesn't stop there (for me), I get how Sadie was falling for her capture given her lack of human contact and the void of any emotional comfort but WHY once she was told that they would marry did she go into a shell? Why did Kazimir lose interest and no make her respond to this so-called training that never seemed to eventuate? Then Sadie is naughty on purpose and suddenly Kazimir is back to his "normal" self?
I got to the point where I started skimming and that when I KNEW it was time to stop reading I was at 79%. Also, the author double spaces between the paragraphs to pad out the book - a pet-peeve of mine. In the beginning, this book had potential but now... I won't be reading anything else from this author.