I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Kane’s a country singer who’s tangled with too many deceitful women. He’s learned his lesson: girls are for flirting and fun; emotions are for his music. But after spending a night with an earnest woman unlike any he’s known, he can’t force her out of his mind. So he goes in search of the woman he knows only as “Elle.”
On her last night in Nashville, the staunchly pragmatic Sabella found herself in a situation more suited to a romance novel than reality. Swept away, she ignored her rigidly self-imposed rules, succumbing to the fantasy just this once. But she knows real-world relationships have nothing in common with their fictionalized portrayals. When Kane unexpectedly shows up at her Portland apartment, she must choose between the practical truths she has learned and the desire for a passionate love she has struggled to suppress.
Despite the distance, Kane’s tour schedule, and their meddling friends, both are drawn to the chance for a romance neither quite believes is possible.
The blurb sounded so, SO good that I had to request it. And obviously the cover was just swoon worthy.
But I was highly disappointed.
The opening sentence had no charm. It told us nothing. It was just a statement. And unfortunately for me, the whole book continued to be like that.
It’s a pity because it was really cool love story. The writing just killed it.
One for the story and one for the cover.
Recommendation: To nobody, really.