Being right is overrated…
I used to believe Jacob Evans could be mine.
That was before he delivered unforgivable news rather than sweeping me off my feet.
Not that I can fault his choice.
He got the sweetest little girl out of the deal.
I took the heartbreak as a learning experience and moved on for the better.
Jake did the opposite—allowing bitterness to fill the void.
Only his daughter can pull him from the broody gloom.
Those moments are my favorite.
Not that it matters.
Jake isn’t anything to me other than a reminder of what almost was.
Besides, we couldn’t be more wrong for each other.
I’ve come to accept that.
But as it turns out, Jake hasn’t.
RELEASE DATE: Mach 29, 2023
Not a new to me author but it has been a while since I have read her books and from what I remember it wasn’t my style fully but of course I believe in trying again sometimes it’s just not the book. This was a 50/50 for me, being a mood readers and just a little picky on the writing styles (i like to say that I am spoiled like that by some of the greatest authors out there) but in reality it’s just what a person likes and how they take the words. In this one I was a little confused on why he was mad at her even though it just didn’t seem like that to me, I get the being grumpy part but even that translated more to being mad at the FMC. That said it took me a little to get into it and after all I really enjoyed it.
In the end just because the book was not for me doesn’t mean it’s not for you. I just had a lot of whiplash from the characters and the story went fast? I don’t even know how to describe that but I do appreciate the ARC and wish the author the best of course.