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on 16 October 2014
this series started out well enough in the first book, even though bad editing, typo's and mixing up the wrong name's was rather aggravating. but as the series went on a pattern emerged of unbelievable scenarios of sleeping with someone on the first date, falling in love during post capital sex then declaring said love and proposals of marriage by the end of the week.
various underlying hints as to past traumas which affected different characters present day lives were never explained and many story lines were never concluded leaving the reader dangling without a clue.
The sex was so repetitive that I eventually started skimming past it as it became boring. And the constant question "why are you so nice to me"? and "I'm so lucky", "no, I'm the lucky one" drove me to distraction.
All in all, by the end of the series it felt as if I was reading the writings of a pubescent teenagers fantasies.
Shame, as it had potential if it hadn't been for the sloppy, lazy writing.