My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was such a cute, sweet, fluffy read that I was tempted to give it 4 stars, even though it was very predictable how it would all end. I was even willing to overlook the typos that slipped through editing and the occasional grocer’s apostrophes (which really should have been spotted). In the end, though, the ending was what bumped it down to a three. The ending was rushed, very insta-love, not at all natural, and needlessly made lying a part of their relationship. This is definitely a book where the obvious (if somewhat saccarine) ending would have been the better one. It would have fit the book much better.
Overall I liked this one, but didn’t love it. It was a light read to cheer me up when I needed cheering, though, so I give it credit for that. I’d love to see a second edition of this with better editing and a revised ending.