Zanna goes back to her mother's hometown to find the truth about her mother when her car breaks down. She's saved by a repairman who turns out to be a millionaire and is also her stepbrother. The art in this book was gorgeous but I wasn't really into the storyline at all. I set the book down for a few weeks, forgot most of the story in the progress, and then picked it up today again trying to remember where I had left off.
Even after skimming through the story again, I still don't fully understand what happened. It was such a ridiculous premise and I didn't really like the hero or the heroine. It felt like the author was trying too hard to throw out all these various romance novel tropes and see what, if anything, stuck.
1 out of 5 stars