Genre: NA Contemporary RomanceWord Count: 65,000
Release date: March 2014
Cover: Berto Designs
The blurb says: A LIGHT, SEXY NA Contemporary Romance, and certainly it was!
Reminded me of movies about the president’s daughter – girls who wanted to be free, experience life, and fall in love with someone with no ulterior motives other than to love her shamelessly. Yay.
Charlotte is the governor’s daughter and she spent her life playing Peyton (her mother) says. She was really good in pretending. She can smile, laugh and talk FAKE. So when Spring Break came and she had the opportunity to be reckless, she dove in, and meets a boy who rocked her world: Mason.
Mason was a nobody. He was not rich, he didn’t belong to any political family, he was just an ordinary guy with a broken heart, who met an amazing girl during spring break. They agreed not to exchange personal stuffs during the break, instead they spent every day in each other’s arms. It was suppose to be a rebound, a fling, but it ended out to be something more. After Spring Break, he decided to move out to Washington and pursue his graduate studies, and he never expected to find Charlotte again, only this time, he wasn’t the Charlotte he knew over Spring Break. This Charlotte was different – rich, controlled, elegant, way beyond his league. But it didn’t stop him from pursuing her.
Charlotte tried to fight it off, she knew her mother would never approved. But they have that “connection” she couldn’t just ignore. How much long she can resist him? How much long will she allow her mother to dictate her?
I was waiting for THAT moment when Charlotte would stand up and fight for herself, and for everything that she wants including Mason. I hate seeing her nodding yes, smiling fake, and be with people whom her mother wanted her to be with. She’s a talented girl who prefers roller skating, drawing and short skirts rather than pencil skirts and law school. It took a little while, and a lot of sneaking around before her actions finally caught up with her, and she found the courage to speak her mind out.
It was an easy read, good for my heart, since it needed rest. It’s a short, sexy novel, perfect for a lazy afternoon!
★ARC Copy was given in exchange for an honest review.★