Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Ten Million Reasons

Heather Gray
Contemporary Romance

"Great.  Even my fantasies mock me."

Richard needs to find a woman he can trust, and propose to.  Fast.  What better way than to create a mall survey asking women how they would spend ten million dollars?  He doubts the logic of his plan until he runs across Genevieve's results.  Here is a woman that perhaps he can trust with his money - and perhaps his heart.  Now all he has to do is introduce himself.  Genevieve is a sucker for doing surveys.  Not that she likes them, but she feels bad for those having to stand around and be rejected and ignored.  She's never had one with such a personal follow up, though.  He's a nice guy, though.  Should she take Richard up on his crazy offer?

My Opinion:  I thought this book had a great premise, but I think it fell a little flat.  The set up was intriguing and pulled me into some quirky characters.  However, the storyline was very jumpy and didn't do anything with the ideas it started out with.  Actions were left without explained justification or backstory to have them make sense.  I couldn't feel compelled to understand anyone's personality or life decisions.  It was almost like it was a great beginning, a rocky middle, then skipped to the end.  I honestly felt like there were chapters that were ripped out of the middle that I completely missed.  Sadly, I can't recommend this one, though it sounded like a fun read.

I received a free copy of this book to review.  No other compensation was given.  The summary and review are 100% my own.

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