My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I was provided with a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This breezy romance tales revolves around two characters who are adept at denying their own feelings and emotions to themselves. Isabel, innocent and oblivious to the dangers of the real world, approaches a Marble business magnate, Marc, to help her make a documentary on marble businesses. She wishes to dedicate the movie as an honour for her grand-dad, who has had a terrible downfall from prestige to shame. Marc, hesitant, wary and suspicious at first, reluctantly agrees to let her work on her film. While he fiercely guards his secrets and past, never wanting to give any of it away to anyone, Isabel stumbles upon what he doesn't want the world to know. What doesn't help the situation is that Isabel and Marc cannot help but get irresistibly drawn to each other. Do they manage to uncover, share and secure their pasts and spend their future together, is what the book takes us through.
This was a smooth and casual read and doesn't subject the reader to a lot of intensity. The characters linger in the mind for long enough until the story lasts. While the plot is a tad predictable after a point, many readers will agree with me when I say that at times there is a lot of comfort in that sort of predictability. Amidst a lot of chaos, such stories ease the mind up a bit. I found the narrative pretty good - the exchanges, repartees and the conversations flowed very well.
I definitely recommend this book to romance lovers.
My rating for this book: 3.5 stars
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