Diana Sanchez Sanchez từ Kavaktepe Köyü, 46300 Kavaktepe Köyü/Elbistan/Kahramanmaraş, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ
ni buku dah terkenal sejak lama banged..n gw mengenalnya juga dah lama banged..cuma baru sempet bacanya kemaren..ga sengaja sih beli ni buku..pas lg nungguin temen di gramed..liat2 eh nemu ni buku..penasaran sama bukunya jadi beli deh.. pas beli agak bingung sih...kok ni buku tipis banged..pas baca lebih bingung lagi..kok buku begini bisa terkenal banged..padahal kisahnya sederhana banged..ga da kejutan2..pokokna biasa aj lah..
This was a sweet, quick and forgettable read. Cade and Sunny were nice, but there wasn't really much going on with them. The fact that they only met each other on Chapter 4 didn't help matters. Not that I expected to have them "jump into action" right away, but the 1st 3 chapters were like "wasted time" considering this was a Harlequin book, hence a short story, and every single page counts when one is expected to believe the hero and the heroine can fall in love so fast. I guess that was why there wasn't any real tension or conflict on Cade and Sunny's relationship - there wasn't enough space left to deal with it. The ending felt a bit rushed too - and that's a strange thing to say, since there was nothing to be rushed. I guess it all comes to the fact that I felt like the story had barely started, so I couldn't grasp the idea of seeing it end. Anyway, there were some funny banter between Cade and Sunny, and their love scenes were hot - how they managed to do it within the confines of his Corvette, I'll never know, LOL -, so reading this book was an enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours.
Very different, no so much spiritual but inspirational. It really makes you wonder who in your life you've touched.