Being a rich girl in a rich town should have been easy. But when you’re the daughter of an influential businessman who traded your silver spoon for his belt buckle, money couldn’t buy happiness, it could only buy the makeup to hide the bruises. Despite this, Skye Divine had found her solace…he was her world. But he abandoned her when she needed him most and without him, she faced a choice: run for her life or stay in the desert and die.
She’d made it this far on her own and while her life might be falling apart, she’d rather be homeless and starving than go back home. But when her luck finally runs out, she may be left with no option.
Then two worlds unexpectedly collide and this time? The tables have turned.
Heather Shere is a wife of twenty some odd years and wants you to know that you get less for murder. She’s also the mother of two adult shaped kids, who she thinks she messed up just enough to make them highly successful individuals, who are also hilarious.
She has a masters degree in snark and nothing entertains her more than someone who can word battle with her. She considers herself an awesome cook and an expert baker but wants to eat out most days, however, nothing is made ‘the right way’ unless she makes it herself.
When she gets bored she likes to tinker with different hobbies like crocheting, scrapbooking, stamping and card making. Her newest and most fulfilling passion is writing and she welcomes you into the deep dark depths of her mind.
3-STARSThis book was an OK read.
I did feel this author had a nice effortless flow to her writing. The pace was good, and I never felt the need to skim. The plot was engaging for the most part, but I thought it could have been “more.” There are mob elements that are just glossed over. The heroine background is over the top tragic, yet we skim the surface. The same with the hero and what he went through in Russia. There is a whole group of side characters, but they don’t offer a lot of depth. The hero was likable. He was sweet, but I was expecting someone a little more “alpha”. When he finally finds the heroine again, he acts quite alpha. Alas, it really doesn’t last past that initial meeting. For the majority of the story, he came across a little too bland for me. The heroine annoyed me, to be honest. She didn’t appear to be the brightest of bulbs. Plus, she came across incredibly childish most of the time. Last, it was all wrapped up in a rushed but OK ending.
So yea, as I said, it was an OK read for me…