Will they want to spend the rest of their lives keeping one another out of trouble?
Ya’ll. This was a delightful book.
Felicia had me busting out laughing in the middle of campus far too often, and Grayson’s reactions to her mishaps were downright hilarious, too. Early on, he lets her have the reins to his carriage, and after a wild ride, when he gets out, he actually kissed the ground.
I almost dropped my book into my cereal.
Jen Turano’s writing style flows prettily without being flowery, and, as I mentioned, it’s really funny.
But what I liked best about this book was that it wasn’t just funny. It spoke to depth, too. Felicia is charitable at heart (which actually lands her in half her hilarious bouts of trouble), and Grayson can’t seem to stop saving her. But he has a past and a secret and he’s sure there’s no future for them–it was sweet seeing that chivalrous side of his, too.
The only thing I could have done without was the overabundance of the author’s favorite words. Characters become disgruntled often, when they are not finding something delighful or dangerous.
On top of the laughter and the depth, there was a danger. Have I mentioned lately that I love books with intrigue and daring dangerous adventures? Well, I do.
And this is one of them. Which is why I loved it and why Jen Turano is on my list of favorite authors and I’m on the hunt for more of her books.
About the Author
Jen Turano, author of and, is a graduate of the University of Akron with a degree in Clothing and Textiles. She is a member of ACFW and lives in a suburb of Denver, Colorado. Read more about Jen here.
Disclosure: Bethany House provided me with this book to review. This post contains affiliate links. Read my full disclosure here.