Where I Belong by J. Daniels
Oh dear. Where should I start?
So many loose ends.
We have a female main character of twenty-three, whom we know nothing about. Okay, she looked after her mother. What else? Did she have a job? Did she go to college? Why is she suddenly so eager to surrender her v-card to an absolute stranger after holding on to it for so long?
After 223 pages, I still have no idea.
Furthermore, I found the story quite dull after reaching the point where Ben and Mia turned into a couple. The other book I was reading at the time won the competition for most thrilling hobby, so this one ended up on hold for a while.
Now onto the good stuff.
Nolan is just the cutest child ever. Points for creating him are in order.
And Ben. The daddy. He is most definitely mouth-watering.
I'd have some of that for breakfast, lunch, dinner and (hourly) snacks.
I was expecting better from the author of "Sweet Addiction". That book rocked my world big time.