Detoured by Love by Michelle Lynn | Book Review
Detoured by Love is a same cancer love story I read many times.
I am not going to talk much about it.
Boy Girl Meet
Carly Lincoln works as a tourist organizer and then there is Bryant Garrity, injured and staying at the same hotel where Carly’s guest is living.
Hero-heroine meets in a cinematic way and falls in
love lust at first sight.
Bryant is a popular football star, and Carly does not want relationship.
But of course how can you resist when such a rich and handsome man approaches you.
She still plays hard to get, and that gives the boy a huge boner, of course.
Romance at unusual places
As the story goes, they meet each other more.
We get to know that there is some spark between Bryant and his father, but not much exploration is done by the author there.
Same is with Carly’s previous relationship where she ditched her partner because one day she thought that she deserves to explore the world.
Still that angle hangs in air for the sake of public sex.
You need a better love story, go with Flynn Laukonen : Bipolar Disorder Series by Tabitha Suzuma or Before You, After You or Midwinterblood, they all are awesome..
Then I was thinking that this story needs cancer to move ahead, it happens.
I was purely delighted at my accuracy of guessing the plot before 2-3 chapters.
And then I guessed more and all my prediction came true.
The girl did breakup for everyone’s good.
Boy grinds himself into training.
But they cannot live without each other and girl’s relative’s advice her to not let go a rich person from her hands.
Then they kiss and the story ends with the promise of long-lasting love.
It was not good from starting to end. Sex and love talks, and thinking about each other.
Even jokes were not good.
May be the book is for hopelessly romanyic people.
However, I can suggest better books. Even in the romance genre.
But I don’t read much romance. It’s fine guess. I don’t know much about romance.
So Whatever, read this book on your risk.
If you are fan Lynn, then you know what you are getting.
The romance genre is like a sweet, and all the sweet taste the same.
Everything taste the same actually, there is no point in reading anymore.
I don’t hate this book.
What I hate is I read this stupid book.
What I was thinking?
Sorry Author. It’s a good book.
I think I am not in mood for this.