Selling Scarlett by Ella James
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
When starting this book it feels like you are being dropped off in the middle of something, and have to spend the rest of the time trying to catch up. If a little more time had been giving to developing the characters and their story I would have enjoyed the book more.
As it is you are introduced to three characters that are in the middle of some internal crises, of which you have no clue why it should matter to you. The main lady Elizabeth has so many nicknames, it took me a while to figure out they were all talking about the same person.
It felt like reading a bad porn movie. I was once again waiting for some guy to walk through asking if someone ordered a pizza, and drop his pants.
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