The author gives readers an interesting way to introduce her main characters. Make sure not to bypass.
Chelsea knows what it takes to stop an uncomfortable conversation. Liam shows how well he fits into this series. Both were interesting characters to get to know. There are moments that will be hard not to laugh at.
At the beginning, the author wrote something that had me scratching my head but it took Liam for the light bulb to go on. The reference didn’t dawn on me since I don’t watch her reference. It wasn’t hard to figure it out – I was just a little slow.
What I did like was the building of the relationship, once it got started. I also liked that it took part in my neck of the woods. It was a great reminder how much exploring I still have to do in that state. Having Chelsea as my guide made it a fun way to do exploring at this time. I’m looking forward to the time when things get back to normal and taking this book with me. It’s too early yet but I can see this as a great beach read.
Since I’m an American, I don’t do a British accent very well so I look forward to seeing if the audio version of this book will take care of that for me. I think just hearing what Liam should sound like will help me to understand him better. It’s a story that got me to relax because any type of relationship develops over time. Something came up in the Epilogue that caused me to frown. The only reason I frowned was because I just couldn’t picture it. My mind just couldn’t give that to me. The story did leave me wanting more.