ARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I gave this my best go, but I’m going to have to DNF at 51%. Since I made it more than halfway, I’m going to let myself rate it too.
The first couple of chapters of this from Bellini and Paisley’s POVs were super funny. Bellini is out of her mind and Paisley is super sassy. I loved them. They were very entertaining. I also enjoyed the relationship between Paisley and Jonathan. I always enjoy a good M/F platonic friendship.
This went careening downhill when Paisley and Reese met. Literally all Reese has done since he was introduced is wax poetic about how great and hot Paisley is and how he wants to stick his P in her V. It’s revolting. I can’t count how many times I’ve rolled my eyes.
This book doesn’t seem to have much of a plot, well it does, but no time is spent on its development. 87% of the book from when Paisley and Reese met is them having sappy conversations, texting each other like 7th graders in puppy love, or doing “it.” I am so bored and over them that I can’t even put it into words.
I absolutely loved The Mother Road, but I don’t think I’ll be reading another of Meghan Quinn’s novels.