The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌍🌏
Character development: 😤😥😊🤩😘
The heroine: Hayden Whitmore – she was working at her family Cattle Station in Orange County before leaving for her solo backpacking trip across Europe, which she booked two years ago when she was newly broken-hearted. Now she is terrified to go on the trip alone, she has hardly left home in the last two years. Though her mother talks her into going so that she can learn what is out there away from home.
The Hero: Christopher Miles – he has always gotten everything he wants. He has his dream job and never had to interview (he is a big wig at his Family’s company), he has millions of dollars, a custom car collection, and he gets any woman he wants (married or not) with the tip of his head. He goes on dates with nice women just to say he is trying, but really he only sleeps with two women at a time so there is never any chance of falling for one of them.
The Story: When Christopher’s brothers Jameson, Elliot and Tristan call him spoiled and laugh at him, he has a reaction that is out of proportion with what happened. Though he can’t get their comments out of his mind. When someone tells him that he should go travel the world and find himself or make himself into the kind of man he wants to be, he comes to a decision that he will do just that. Christopher decides that the only way to do it the right way is to do it without the help of all his money. So he takes a year off to go backpacking through Europe.
This book was told in dual points of view via dual narration. The narration was done by Sebastian York, whom I really like, but he does sound a bit older than Christopher’s 31 years. Though he does have a deep sexy voice which I love for the romantic Hero. C.J. Bloom also does the narration and she has a great voice for audiobooks, soft and feminine with an even tempo.
Like the first three books in this series, this one had so much. It had terrific supporting characters, humor, romance and plenty of steam. I absolutely loved all the people in the hostel who Christopher and Hayden decided to travel with. I loved the settings, the banter, the enemies to lovers trope and everything else.
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