Emma Jean hated babies, especially when they were wailing at her B&N book signing. She was having a hard time getting her latest book on the bestseller list, and people were starting to bug her more and more. Then she meets handsome Riley and realizes that she’s not in love with her boring husband anymore, which thus elicits a burning affair with the hot stranger.
Emma Jean struck me as kind of flaky and annoying as she tends to babble incessantly about childbearing, religion, adultery, etc. She seems to ponder a lot over the trivial things. The whole thing was pretty slow and not as enticing as I thought it be. How much longer do we have to hear about her “good”—oddly enough bad—behavior?
And what a cheap and boring cover! No style, no artistic flair. I mean, they could’ve worked with the fonts a little bit. A graphic designer could’ve easily fixed this. Overall, this book was not worth it.
My rating: 2 stars