This novella is a continuation of the drama that is the Chloe Mills/Bennett Ryan relationship that started in Beautiful Bastard. It is better than that book, but it still felt like it lacked something, aside from content. Seriously, if you’re going to release a novella, put a little more into it.
So what exactly was missing? Mostly, I think the writers left out much of the wit that made the first book somewhat entertaining. I remember feeling like they could have had a better book because they had quite a bit of comedic talent. In this book, I didn’t feel that way. The story was more developed than the last one, but without the spark, I felt like I was being deprived of something very vital within the story. I hope that the other novellas in the series are better than this one.