What's that saying...you get what you pay for? I picked this up as a kindle freebie to try the author - The Stranger I Married is on my tbr, so I figured why not try her out.
Well, I found out why not (with this story anyway). It's not very good. :)
The premise to this one was different but the execution was kind of, well, silly is the only word I can think of. I usually don't notice first-time writers, but this one seemed like that to me. Some of the plot twists were juvenile, like a high-schooler would come up with. I've shelved it as "romance-silly", because that what I thought it was.
I still want to read The Stranger I Married, not only for the story itself, but so that I can see how far Sylvia Day has come as an author.