I liked the first half of this book. It was slightly dark, a lot happening without a lot of whining, interesting characters.
The second half had more drama and less of my interest. It wasn’t awful, but it danced with OTT.
The story – Saylor leaves her shitty bf and runs into our hero – a jerk from her past. Romance. Problems. The drama existed with the hero and his 2 brothers rather than the hero and heroine. So that was different. And I appreciated that when shit coulda gone super south the author took it easy on me.
Overall I didn’t feel a strong connection to anyone. I never felt like I wanted to quit reading it – but I never felt like I couldn’t put it down. At some point I’ll likely read the next book in the series, but I’m not rushing into it.