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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 September 2017
This was the first book I read from the author. The writing is sharp and to the point. It was not breath taking considering is a romance, but it was okay. Unfortunately in my humble opinion, I found issues. I struggled to care about Tate. I liked Miles, but I found myself caring more about Miles and his ex than Miles and Tate. Tate was attracted to him. There was no love as they barely knew each other. So I can't really understand why she put herself through all that humiliation. I didn't think it was believable Miles not having sex for so many years because he didn't want to get attached. Men don't fall in love because they have sex. Also, I couldn't see why he would fall for her to the point of Tate being the one breaking through his wall. He barely knew her. I thought the story needed more than just sex to make both fall for each other, considering their issues.
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