Someone once told me never leave the one you love for the one you like…
…you just might get something more out of that relationship than you bargained for.
I should have listened…
I never should have stepped foot on that airplane…
But I did.
Sins come in all shapes and sizes. My biggest sin to date comes in the form of sex, tattoos, and Harleys. Roman Blackhart, owner of Blackhart Custom Motorcycles, is all about living life in the fast lane. Our relationship went from zero to one hundred in the blink of an eye. Only problem is, I have a secret. A secret so deep it’s pulling me in two different directions.
Now we’re 1,400 miles of memories and broken hearts. I just hope it’s not too late to put all the pieces back together again.
This was one very confusing and boring read for me. I kind of got the feeling I wouldn’t like it from the third chapter. It’s not very often I dislike both the heroine and hero, but unfortunately that was the case here.
Leylah has been married to Ryan for nine years and their marriage is rocky. Ryan is frequently on business trips and the communication between them is lacking. So after Leila’s best friend, Erin, downloads a dating app on her phone, she receives a message from a man named Roman. That’s where their story starts. She’s a bit unsure at first, wether to keep replying to him or not. But as Ryan keeps drifting away, she finds comfort in Roman’s messages. After some time, messaging back and forth and talking on the phone, they decide to finally meet.
I did have some problems with the whole story.
1.Ryan wasn’t a bad guy. He was only prioritising his work more than his wife. And having her chat on him didn’t feel right to me.
2.Leylah and Roman together didn’t do it for me.
3.I got so confused towards the ending. It felt like Ryan was now the hero of the story and Roman was just a side character.
So all in all, I didn’t quite enjoy this book.
But as I always say, this is only my thoughts on the book.