I honestly love British Rom Coms so much. Whenever I need a change from Historical Fiction, that’s where I head! They never fail to make me laugh and are sure to whisk me away from my same old, same old life and into someone else’s more comedic and MUCH more romantic life. Having read Don’t You Forget About Me previously, I had high hopes for this book. While this one was not as good, I still liked it a lot and breezed through it. The premise was cute and I liked that the couple was interracial, something I don’t see a lot in books. And, though it started out as a fake romance, I enjoyed watching their chemistry grow and their relationship evolve.
Reasons I liked this book:
The characters actually learn from their mistakes.
A good take on sexism in the workplace.
The fauxmance was a fun idea, if a bit cliche.
“God, whenever I forget why I hate men, one of them reminds me.”
Rating: 3 stars
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