Farrow and Maximoff didn’t get nearly as much time to develop. Preexisting feelings and preexisting history that only got mentioned once isn’t nearly enough to build up to the romance I wanted to read.
They find solace in one another in a slow pace with very realistic situations I absolutely loved and the writing made this so addictive to read.
“I’m the design flaw in the Royal family, the one who isn’t quite like the others, the one who crashes and burns more often than not.”
I’ve read a few books from the author and they always pull me in and I get lost in them no matter the book. This was underwhelming at best.
As a big fan of the duo and this series, this was another great addition to it and I don’t want it to end. Sarina and Elle have given us so many characters to love and connect with, there’s a few guys I’d be interesting to read about in the future.
Overall, it’s Blake, in all his glory. And precious moments of Jamie and Wes, lots of wedding shenanigans and a few ridiculous balloon moments plus there’s a dog. And Blake, did I mention Blake? Blake.
I just love the writing of this series, so engaging, so fast but at the same time detailed and it never let you want to put the book down.
Keepsake is the kind of book that you read in a warm day, a book that keeps you company and makes you feel nice afterwards despite the few dark elements of the story.
I enjoyed the book like you enjoy a highly anticipated novel that lets you down, you want to read it and find some answers, overlook the weak points and find something good in the story.
Title: The Goal (Off-Campus #4) Author: Elle Kennedy Genres: Romance, New Adult Release Day: September 26th 2016 AMAZON US | AMAZON UK She’s good at achieving her goals… College senior Sabrina James has her whole future planned out: graduate from college, kick butt in law school, and land a high-paying job at a cutthroat firm. Her…