Review: The Way With You by Anne Mercier

» 11 June, 2016 » Reviews » 0 comments

Review: The Way With You by Anne Mercier

Not all plot twists are created equal. Some plot twists are just dumb plot contrivances disguising as plot twists. **SPOILERS AHEAD** If you’ve read the first book, then you’d know about Cameron and Olivia. Cameron isn’t a perfect hero. He’s the typical NA hero but he was written in a such a way that you believe his love for the heroine. They have their HEA, and then boom! An ex of Cameron enters the picture. Now, I wasn’t worried. Ex-drama can be good when done right. Unfortunately, the ex drama in this book, like so many other dumb things in this book, was insipid and lacking depth. I won’t go into details but Alison, the ex, made Cruella de Vil look like Jesus incarnate. Alison is nothing but walking, talking caricature of a villain. Which leads us to how thoroughly the author butchered Cameron’s character in this book. It’s a bloody character assassination, and poor Cameron doesn’t even know what hit him. This character went from the jerk who secretly pined for the heroine, looked after the heroine without her knowledge, struggled and worked towards winning the heroine’s affection in the first book, to being a first class d-bag in the second book. ALL WITHOUT ANY EXPLANATION!! Oh […]