This reads like something that was scribbled out in a single afternoon, and maybe it was. I see that the proceeds for its sale are supposed to go to charity, so maybe it's just a fun thing the author decided to do to earn money for charity. I can understand that. I just wish it was GOOD. I got this for free with Kindle Unlimited, but if I'd paid money for it, I'd be disappointed. It just... I don't think it was good and the sea of five-star ratings bewilders me.
And I know she can write, because I LOVED her book, REAL ARTISTS HAVE DAY JOBS.
Rounding up maybe one quarter of a star since the picture of young Tim Kaine is actually quite dreamy.
1 to 1.5 out of 5 stars