Top critical review
8 July 2018
This was the first book that I've read by this author, and since it was compared to fifty shades and Sylvia day books I was intrigued to get started. However, for the first fifty percent I was confused. One moment s Rebecca was in here office and the next she was remembering a past memory. Now that would have been fine if we knew when this was changing, but it all run together and I felt like I was rereading quite a lot. This left me quite bored and I didn't like Nicholas, at all. However, come 60% of the way through the story changed direction. We get to know the real Nicholas and why he is the way he is. It changes the story substantially and I was interested to find out what was going to happen. Then the ending is quite explosive when the father shows up, but it just ends. I know it's a series of books, but I did expect a little more from this book before we moved onto Nathan's book. It was very long at the beginning and rushed at the end. In my opinion A prologue of the fateful night that broke up Nicholas and Rebecca would have sufficed, then right into the present day would have been a better scenario.