I was incredibly disappointed with this one. Caine was the biggest douchecanoe I've read in a very long time, and Alexa...well, she was a doormat of epic proportions. The twists and drama was a bit dubious for me, but the pacing was decent.
The narration was pretty good, too!
This was a fun read! A little predictable and the hero got on my nerves a few times, but I enjoyed it overall. In typical JLA fashion, it was easy to fall into and was a very quick read. I always love a New Orleans setting, too!
The narration of this one was enjoyable, as well.
Surprise pregnancies are my guilty pleasure. I don't know why, but I gobble them up like my dogs gobble the cat's food (aka, with a massive, sucking force any prostitute would be jealous of). This one was delightful!
I was a sobbing mess of "it's just so beautiful", and swooning like made. Very quick read!
I'll be honest with you on this one: I didn't understand the obsession with this book until around 55-60% into it. It was a good book up until that point, but I wasn't wowed like everyone else was. Once the 60% mark hit, I was blown away! What a gorgeous, intense young adult story!
A great narration, too!
This heroine drove me up the freakin' wall. What an idiot! It's not cute to fuck around with your safety and be a brazen dumbass in the midst of a crisis. It's not cute to play stupid.
And the hero...! He was almost even worse than she was, though I have to admit I would probably be an ass if I had to deal with her, too.