I am a girl that doesn’t really have “dealbreakers” I try to remain a reader that takes the story for what it is..an escape from the hustle and bustle of real life, laundry, dishes, work, etc…so I just want to love the couple, feel their pain..happy…joy…turmoil…with Beat you feel it all and more.
I LOVE Flynn…he is kind, hot, and knows what he wants right from the beginning. Waiting for Lucky to catch up is part of the pull of this story. Knowing that the Douche Lord she is with isn’t where she was meant to be…you wait…pray…cringe…cheer…and get so pissed you want to throw your damn kindle across the room. This author has an ability to immerse you so quickly into the story and characters, so much so that you suddenly realize you’re at 48% and bargaining with yourself to slow down, to savor.
Lucky is existing…she has all she ever thought she wanted but isn’t actually feeling any of it. Paralyzed with fear and sadness has made her life a series of steps to conquer it all, no one has stepped in to help until she spots bare feet in the crowd. Small things like that are what make loving Flynn SO EASY.
It’s simple really Vi Keeland writes a story…Dawn wants to read story. The rest is history!