I loved this book. It was a quick read with amazing characters. This book delivered the same feels as It’s War by K. Webster. I absolutely loved that book even though I never finished the series. Anyway…Torin. So when I’m not reading about my beloved bad boys, I go in search of book boys like Torin. Torin was a handful. He was hilariously heartbreaking. On one hand it pained me to watch him struggle with simple tasks and on the other hand I cried laughing at some of his actions. The emotional juxtaposition made me fall head over heels for Torin. MY Torin. He became so real to me. I needed his happiness like it was my own. So when Casey Casey came into play, I was ecstatic. She was just what he needed, even if it took her a while to realize it. I enjoyed going on this journey with them. It was filled with swoon worthy, hawt, and heartbreaking moments. It was so freaking phenomenal and I will never look at pennies the same.
I’m a freak, a misfit, an odd end.
Abandoned and unloved.
But my happiness is so close I can taste it.
Until he shows up.
Gorgeous, expensive, and all man.
Sad brown eyes and a brilliant smile.
And he wants me to go with him.
His intentions are hidden.
His motives are unclear.
Yet, I leave with him because there’s no happiness here.
What he promises feels too good to be true…
A castle. A fortune. And horses too.
It’s too easy.
Nothing in my life has ever been easy.
What’s the catch?
There’s always a catch.