To paraphrase Chandler Ainsley’s review of this novel, it was bizarre, but I didn’t hate it. I didn’t hate this novel at all, and in fact, I finished this novel feeling like my heart had grown two sizes.
Naomi and Nicholas are engaged but they hate each other, or so Naomi thinks. She is set on being the worst fiancée she can be in order to get Nicholas to call off the wedding. Obviously, this doesn’t really go as planned.
Admittedly, the beginning of this book made me kinda sad. I could see that there was a huge misunderstanding on each of the love interests’ parts. I was honestly a little confused on how they got there after just two years and having already committed to getting married.
The beginning was a little rough, but when it turned around, BOY did it turn around. Sarah Hogle is incredible at writing sweet moments between two characters. I almost started tearing up at how sweet Nicholas and Naomi became towards each other.
The one thing I don’t think I’ll get over is how Naomi was treating Nicholas when it just seemed like he was needing support. It was also just felt like it was written with the intention of being quirky which can sometimes put me off. The second half of the book was so, so worth it though, and I absolutely recommend this as a fun and unique romance for anyone who needs something new.