American Alexandra Freemar isn't about to put up with any flak from the uptight - albeit gorgeous - Scotland Yard inspector who accuses her of breaking and entering. She doesn't have time. She has two months in London to write the perfect romance novel - two months to prove that she can succeed as an author. Luckily, reserved Englishmen are not her cup of tea. Yet....
©2017 Katie MacAlister (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
I barely made it to the end it was so bad. Where to start or end really? the whole premise of the relationship was silly. The lead keeps throwing herself at this man and not in a funny or endearing way. The conflicts aren't real enough to make me care a lick about the characters--least of all the lead. The voices weren't that great--she could use a bit more practice doing male voices. Or perhaps next time get a man to narrate those parts. Either way nothing can save this snore bore of a book.
There was so much filler in the form of ridiculous repetitiveness. Very little back story of main female (or male, for that matter) character. Too much self loathing, desperation and ill temperament.
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