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When it comes to your typical plot line, this book missed the mark. I love Beckett and Jenna's love story, but I had a hard time dedicating myself to continue reading after the guy gets the girl around the 30% read mark. There was a buildup to the conflict that was so slow it's often forgotten in the background. Honestly, based on how the characters were laid out, getting together should have been the main conflict and not been solved so early on. Once the story addresses the main conflict, you're almost completely done with the book. All the loose ends are rushed, considering the reader was already dragged through mundane day to day couplings and business between the two. Overall, it wasn't horrible. I just found myself wishing I wasn't so OCD about finishing a book when I'm yawning through my boredom halfway through.
I really really loved the relationship between Jenna & Beckett … however this story was really lacking in building up to something climatic.. There was so much that could have happened and in the end what was suppose to bring on the emotion is when Jenna “attempts” to break up with Beckett so he can get a contract for work .. which lasts all of 2 days .. now don’t get me wrong I really did enjoy their relationship and the dialogue between them I just wanted more emotion it seemed silly what they ultimately fought over and I don’t know I just wanted more.
I liked Beckett. But Jenna was written as an all about me type. The entirety of the book focused on how she felt and how he wasn’t feeding into her needs. It wasn’t for me. It reduced him down to what he could do for her in the bedroom.