This book was good – I’ve enjoyed the series, and I liked this one. I’ll read the next one. But Florence will not be my favorite heroine of the three. *NOT LIKE OTHER GIRLS* generally ruins a heroine for me, but that’s my own preference. -Smut Matters
This book was funny and light, even considering the heavy internal issues Tess and Cole deal with, and it was what I’ve come to expect from Avery Flynn. -Smut Matters
There wasn’t one thought Nina had that I haven’t had myself, and seeing myself reflected in Nina, in all her awkward, introverted glory, was a relief. I may be XXX years old, but sometimes I still feel like that kid hiding in the school bathroom at lunch so I can read in peace. -Smut Matters
I’m interested to see what Casey McQuiston does next. I hope her editor helps her cut down on some of the repetition and tightens the story up. The writing was good, and she’s clearly a good storyteller. This one was just a little too convoluted. -Smut Matters
I appreciate a couple that knows they want to be together and tries to make it happen, without all of the angst and internal drama that marks other types of relationships. -Smut Matters
This is my 2nd Christina Laurens, and my 2nd didn’t-quite-work-for-me, so I don’t know if I’ll try anything else by them.
I don’t care that Amber is a sociopath. I don’t care that she’s a bitch. No woman, no person, no human, deserves that no matter what he or she has done. -Smut Matters