The Fine Print by Lauren Asher Review

Synopsis:

Rowan
I’m in the business of creating fairy tales.
Theme parks. Production companies. Five-star hotels.
Everything could be all mine if I renovated Dreamland.
My initial idea of hiring Zahra was good in theory, but then I kissed her.
Things spiraled out of control once I texted her using an alias.
By the time I realized where I went wrong, it was too late.
People like me don’t get happy endings.
Not when we’re destined to ruin them.

Zahra
After submitting a drunk proposal criticizing Dreamland’s most expensive ride, I should have been fired.
Instead, Rowan Kane offered me a dream job.
The catch? I had to work for the most difficult boss I’d ever met.
Rowan was rude and completely off-limits, but my heart didn’t care.
At least not until I discovered his secret.
It was time to teach the billionaire that money couldn’t fix everything.
Especially not us.

Review of book 2: Terms and Conditions

Review:

5 Stars

If you like:

  • Age Gap Romance
  • Billionaire Romance
  • Alpha Males
  • Workplace Romance

Then this book is for you!

TW/CW: cancer, parent death, deception, depression, and thoughts of suicide

Let me just say ROWAN KANE, I jus need this man in my life. Yes, in the beginning of the book he was self-center and after becoming the CEO of his grandfather’s legacy but agh *shakes screen* this man had my heart from the very beginning. He’s demanding, arrogant, and determined.

Zahra works at Dreamland Park in Florida as a stylist working with children who come there and helps transform them into characters from their favorite movies, but her heart is in creating. She loves what she does, but she wants more , and the opportunity presents itself when Rowan opens up an application for a new creator to join the team to help him with his project. Zahra doesn’t really think anything of it, but her friend Clair convinces her to submit her application. Which Zahra does after drinking, and she also happens to talk about some of the things wrong with the current ride.

She feels like she’s really done it now, and tries to avoid Rowan at all cost especially since he seems to pop out of shadows around her.

When Rowan decides to hire as his new creator, he’s hoping that she’s the ticket he needs to help him get what he wants, but he doesn’t expect this bubbly woman who infuriates him to no end and makes him rethink his priorities and what it means to be a member of the team. Rowan grew up with parents who were crazy about each other and say how it destroyed his father once his mother passed away, so to say that Rowan is cynical is an understatement. After years of detaching himself from the world, focusing on his career, and being put down by his father, Rowan wants nothing to do with the sunshine that Zahra radiates, but he cant help but get drawn into her warmth. He thinks that she has anterior motives to being that nice and wants to find her secrets.

Yet, after attempts to get her to “crack” he sees that Zahra really is a caring person, and by the time he figures that out, he’s in to deep and can’t stay away. But, he doesn’t want anything serious, and they agree to see where this attraction will take them without putting labels on it. Plus, Zahra isn’t the first to want to jump in a relationship after being burned by her ex, but like Rowan she feels this pull that she can’t resist.

As their relationship starts to build, it’s hard to ignore the evolution of their causal relationship as they build something that is more a physical attraction as Rowan starts to see more of Zahra with her family and outside of work. But, their pasts still have a grip on their current life that makes it hard for either of them to move forward.

All I can say is that if you like new adult romance that is slightly dark with twists and turns and lots of emotional moments you need this book. The character progression in this book is amazing as you can see the shifts in both Zahra and Rowan throughout the whole book as they start to see life in a different light.

This book will hook you in instantly, so I don’t recommend starting or finishing it at night because you’ll either stay up all night finishing it or have a wicked book hangover. If you need anymore reason o start reading this book, I was only about halfway through this one before I had bought the second one because I knew that I needed more of this book series in my life!

Playlist:

  • Carry on by fun.
  • Trouble Maker by Olly Murs ft. Flo Rida
  • Saigon by Luke Hemmings
  • Bad Liar by Selena Gomez
  • Love Lies by Khalid ft Normani
  • 8 Letters by Why Don’t We
  • Better Than This by Hunter Hayes
  • Where It All Begins by Hunter Hayes
  • Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars
  • Wasabi by Little Mix
  • No Promises by Shawn Mendes

Happy reading until next time,

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