First of all I liked the book because it is about another couple. Series with several books on the same couple have already become cliché and tiresome.
Another reason is that Sarah Darlington was bold to put a lesbian protagonist (at least she thought the whole life that she only liked girls) is interested in having a relationship with a man. And look: with a Hollywood actor. Rich, gorgeous and all alpha-male kind!!
Ellie and Nathaniel could not be more different, but it was exactly this difference that connected them like magnets. The only thing that they look the same: both had a strong and remarkable personality.
To win Ellie was not easy for Nate, but worth reading each page - with two POV - and delight with their performances, their negative, their fears, their outbursts and outcome.
I also loved the fact that the secundary characters get a certain highlight; the reader is already cheering up who will be the next book.
Maybe some LGBT's group does not like the fact that a lesbian come to love a man; may they say that she was not gay, but bisexual.
Discussions aside, the plot is romantic and the end is what we want to read.
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