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    Great, great, great!

    This book is very well written with many writing techniques that compliment the story. A definitebuy
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    Amaizing

    Absolutly loved this story heart warming and beautiful ¡¡ please let there be a third book !!!!!¡!!!
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    2.5 stars rounded to 3.

    After I started reading this, I realised I have almost no idea how old Billy and Sophie are. I had assumed mid-twenties, but Sophie is very angsty, and Billy's behaviour with his siblings is a little immature. I also had no idea how mega-rich Billy is. The idea his family lives in his house (with his staff) and doesn't do any work at all is a little odd. They seemed like freeloaders. In this book, Sophie continues in the habit of casting others in the a villain type role against her relationship with Billy. Last time, it was his manager and, this time, it's his mother. I spent a lot of time in Sophie's head but never really felt much. She came across as selfish, with big expectations that Billy should rearrange his life to accommodate her. Every time there was a chance for the author to introduce a meatier conflict to the story, she pulled back and the opportunity fizzled. Over all, I rooted for Sophie and Billy while feeling he could probably find someone better - certainly someone more supportive and likeable. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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