Honestly....I was so excited for the release of this book and I’m bummed that so far it’s such a 👎.
Elizabeth Hoyt has written several (more than several, I’ve loved all of them) of my favorites in the romance genre. I’m only halfway thru this one and I’ve pretty much lost interest which NEVER happens for me with her books. There are so many characters & storylines, I’ve lost the chemistry of Freya & Christopher. I keep having to stop & try to remember who is who and what the hell they have to do with the 4-5 main storylines... & on a completely petty note, why is his nickname Kester? I keep reading it as Keister and it throws me off the “love story” even more.
Bottom line: Excellent author. I recommend ALL of her other books. This one is just... too heavily influenced by the authors stance on the Woman’s/Me Too movement. 🤷♀️
We don’t need to pack 32 (an exaggeration, but barely) women’s stories into 1 book.