Lauren is a modern girl stuck in a family who expect her to follow tradition and marry into a family of status… but she is in love with someone else, a boy from a family her mother doesn’t approve of.
Amour specialises in clean romance stories and this is no different. It is a quaint story, which has a good plot, even if it’s not complicated. The short nature of the book doesn’t allow much time for character development, but over all it’s short and sweet and a good way to fill in a bit of spare time if you have it and just want something light to read for an hour or so.
If you are looking for a long and involved novel that makes you really think, then this is not for you. The story is a bit predictable, but despite this I liked it and found it to be a fun short story.
Would I recommend it? Yes, for some people.
BookWorm conducting the review: Rachel