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There’s just one thing I know about the mysterious new man in my life: I can’t trust him. He’s annoyingly arrogant, hotter than sin…and working for the man who ruined me. So what if he’s the only one who cares enough to pay attention to me? Who protects me from the world that turned its back on me? I’ve learned something being America’s most hated: the law is dirty, and Nick Law is no exception.
This is my first book by Mary Catherine Gebhard and I really enjoyed this read.
In this book, we follow Nami and Nick. Nick is really sweet and seems genuinely concerned about Nami and her overall well-being. He has the patience of a saint and I think was a great opposite to Nami. Now as for Nami, she’s a tricky one. I liked her I really did, but I just couldn’t for the life of me connect with her. I thought she was unbelievably strong and smart, especially everything she has gone through. But She was SO DANG STUBBORN. She was so set in her ways of thinking that everyone and everything was bad when one person, Nick, just wanted to help her see that there are good people in the world. Overall, the book drew me in and I really enjoyed this read. Though I do think that this book had so much more potential and it fell just a little short for me and kind of had my head spinning at times. I enjoyed the book and the story, but it just felt like it was missing something.
I received this eARC in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own.
About the Author:
I started writing the moment I could read. My first characters were Wibbley and Squig and I used MS Word and clipart to bring them to life when I was a kid in elementary school. I started seriously thinking about being a writer in High School and I remember the day exactly, because it was such an epiphany. I was always so uncertain. You know how everyone was always asking what you wanted to be when you were older? Well I NEVER could decide. I wanted to be a marine biologist. An actor. A FIRE FIGHTER (thank you Joaquin Phoenix in Ladder 49 for that phase). One day it hit me—A WRITER. I could do it ALL. Then you couldn’t stop me from writing. I penned my first novel at fifteen (but don’t ask me to show it to you, because it’s like I was in competition to beat the thesaurus). When I was diagnosed with a chronic illness, writing became even more important, because it became my therapy. When I wrote my characters, suddenly I wasn’t so alone. These days you can find me daydreaming about where to travel with my husband, singing in my car, or lost in the newest K drama. And planning my next novel, of course