“I liked this one. I like the opposites attract element and I liked both Aaron and Diana's characters. I loved the image of a hot, sweaty, buff guy, pounding away at his work. That was great! I did however think that the author could have made a much bigger issue of the class differences. It seemed like it was only an issue if they or her mom made it into one but realistically it would have been a major problem for them at that time. It was only touched upon when Aaron speaks to Charlotte about how it will effect her marriage prospects. Also, Diana's public confession of where she had been was ridiculous. Aaron was completely right in how that would effect his business and their family. I found it hard to believe that Diana wouldn't appreciate how such an admission would effect their lives and agree with Aaron in how to handle it. Diana should have used the medical or emergency story and have kept the truth private, only revealing it to her mother and sister.
Lastly, the cover...it's awful. It's silly but, if I wasn't a huge Tessa dare fan, I think I would have passed on it just for that reason. All That aside it was still a very enjoyable read. ”