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Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Publication Date: April 30th 2019
This was not the book for me. I requested it because of it’s blurb by Christina Lauren of it being “Playful, passionate, and positively unputdownable”; yeah, well unfortunately, I didn’t feel like it was playful nor passionate and I was definitely able to set this bad boy down on several occasions. I felt like there was absolutely no chemistry or connection between our Scot, Logan, and our heroine, Cassie; and the lengths this guys went to get what he wanted from her was borderline creepy. I was really overall put off by our hero the entire time.
I also felt like the author tried way to hard to make Logan authentic that it came entirely fake (almost like she got way to happy with the scottish slang dictionary and decided to throw as much of it in the book as she could). Maybe this is a case of right book, wrong reader–but this wasn’t the book for me sadly.