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Logan can't stop thinking about Charli. She isn't his normal type but there is just something about her that he can't explain. He wants her more than he's ever wanted anyone or anything in his life.
Charli knows she is not the right girl for him. She's just a waitress and he's some big lawyer that should be dating someone that lives in his fancy world of cocktails, high society parties, etc.
Charli really pissed me off. Her intolerance and refusal to eat anything different than pig's slop really got to me. Her refusal to even try a bite of food at Logan's favorite restaurant was small minded, childish, and very hypocritical of her.the authors portray her as a person that is open to other worlds like her parents were. That is a big no. She can't tolerate trying new food or even wanting to try to be in his world once. Pathetic. She is not the well rounded person the authors want you to think she is. I felt bad for Logan.
I also had to skip through entire pages of Charli being self-deprecating. Author's portraying women with huge amounts of insecurity only lets other women think that being insecure is ok and normal. Women should be thinking of what makes them wonderful instead of feeble minded creatures. Logan didn't even have close to the same amount of insecurities that Charli had. I could go on about the inequalities but I'll just stop there.
This book was in dual POVs with most chapters being in Charli's. The book has good editing with only a few mistakes a using the wrong word here and there. For example, the word organizational was used once when it should have been organization. It's something spell check will miss but should have been caught during editing.
I will read the next book in the series. I like Olivia.
Charli and Logan constantly run into roadblocks causing them anxiety and problems. These problems seem to only escalate as his "friends" try to help! Good thing she has real friends!
If you're looking for a good love story, look no further!