My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I picked up this book when I was having a spate of reading Christmassy books (after Christmas was over). I’d never read anything by this author before. Generally speaking, I don’t really go for books with insta-lust being the basis of the relationship. But I found it so easy to read, that I was instantly immersed. [I don’t mean ‘this was an easy read’ in a sneery sort of way, I mean it was genuinely easy to read. The writing was wonderfully lucid. The images flowed into the mind so easily, it was lovely and clear and entertaining. I wish I could write like that.
I liked Kayla (who had enough personality and sense of humour to feel real) and Jackson. The setting was incredible. The secondary characters were fun, but it was clear that the set up was the start of a trilogy- Three brothers; dead giveaway!
This is a fun book. It left me with a nice warm fuzzy feeling and a hankering for maple syrup on pancakes. (I didn’t have any maple syrup, so had to make do with golden syrup instead. Pfft).