The jet-set whirlwind romance in the beginning just led me to a washed out worn traveler feeling later in the book. The romance starts fun, sweet, and intense, and yes, even a bit funny. I felt like the set up was kind of novel and interesting. A good fantasy!
Then it falls flat. I don't think I've ever read a book about a character's breasts before. But in the second half, I really felt like they were given top billing.
The other reason the book started to go downhill for me was the conflict was pretty freaking stupid. I mean Baby Mama drama so predictable, resolution so predictable.
If the book would've wrapped around the 65% mark, it would've just seemed like an intense whirlwind of a romance. It tried to do too much. I no longer could understand the investment the MCs had in each other. And if they had that level of investment, they would've at least owed it to each other to see it through...
Sometimes I want to give it all up and be an editor.
a) take out all the boob references. Some are ok, 1,000 are too many (I'd give this exact feedback. Constructive, right?)
b) Wrap up the book with a different conflict or draw out the indecision. The layer of complication detracted from the love story and its "don't think just go with it" loveliness.
The authors make a decent duo, however, and I will not give up.