Author: Ava Harrison
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Rating: ♪ ♪ ♪ 1/2
I had it all.
Dream job, fancy apartment, great family.
But there was one thing I didn’t have.
Would never have.
Then he showed up.
He came to me with an ultimatum, and I had no choice but to agree. I needed to convince the world that I was Nathaniel Harrington’s girlfriend so his legacy would stay intact.
Spending time with him would be difficult.
And fooling the world would be even harder.
But persuading my heart into thinking that his kisses meant nothing and that his gentle touches were all in my head, would be impossible.
I was falling for him.
But fate had other plans.
Our time was limited.
Because I knew the truth.
A truth that would end us.
The story, in my view, feels like the typical enemy to lovers tale. I think what I liked the most about the story was Madeline's struggles with feeling broken. She is going through something that many women live with everyday and I commend Ava Harrison for tackling this issue and bringing it to the forefront. It's something that isn't well known and should be discussed so that these women have the support and understanding they deserve. The other part of this story that I liked was the concept of legacy and how family isn't always blood related. Nathaniel's grandfather is a brilliant character and likeable individual who focuses on legacy but also wants his grandson to be happy. It was great to see also Madeline's brothers who we have met in Absolution and Transference. I did enjoy this story for the beautiful messages within its pages and tears filled by eyes when reading the last third of the book. What was endearing to see was how the right person will look past our flaws and accept all of who we are because they can't imagine life without us.
About the Author . . .
When she's not journaling her life, you can find her window shopping, cooking dinner for her family, or curled up on her couch reading a book.
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