I was interested in reading this book because I had read and reviewed Crowe's first book, "The Cinderella Project" and really liked it. It was his first book and it held promise. This book, "Love Spell" was quite different from the first book.
I think the main problem I had with the book was that I didn't really like Clint. I really couldn't see his redeeming qualities. He was a jerk most of the time. He lacked social graces and every time he opened his mouth I wanted to smack him. I have no idea, really, what Lindsay saw in him other than he was attractive. The secondary characters were all so off the charts that it felt like everyone in the book was psychotic. There was very little "normal" to be found. That makes it hard to relate to as a reader. I missed the connections to the characters- the deeper than surface feelings.
The book felt a little disjointed- the flow was off for me.
I did like the concept of the book though. I thought the basic story line was good. There were funny moments that made me smile. The book was clean, which I always appreciate. I loved the San Francisco setting- one of my favorite places to visit. This book has a lot of potential and it was an okay read, it just fell a little bit short for me. Three stars on Goodreads for me.
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