Struggling to make ends meet, Maria eagerly accepts a job as a photographer’s assistant, even if this photographer was the devil himself. The devil is so bad, but he was too good and fine.
Everything Benji did offended Maria. But if she was so offended by him, then what’s with all the sexual fantasies? Geez, did this girl have problems. Maria has always been known to have a good head on her shoulders, but she just turns into a smoldering mess around Benji, who is as arrogant and chauvinistic as can be.
The writing was fairly simple and not overly impressive. Readers are basically in the character’s heads as they constantly talk themselves into and out of these things. I admit it was a little annoying at times. Story was progressively slow, even though it quickly alluded to sexual implications. This was basically your typical enemies-to-lovers romance, although it didn’t really feel like a romance to me because, frankly, I didn’t think the two characters meshed well.
My rating: 2.5 stars