on January 30, 2017
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Genres: Contemporary, Erotica, Romance
Source: ARC via author
Every girl has dreams of meeting Prince Charming, or at least I know I did.
A fairy tale-like meeting of love at first sight.Real life and fairy tales are very different.
I’m just a small town Indiana girl that had a chance encounter with one of Hollywood’s golden boys. You may think you know where this story goes—not even close.
Life is different. Marriage is hard. It’s even worse when you’re strangers.
Hollywood romances are my ultimate guilty pleasure when it comes to reading. I tend to gravitate to them, and I can never pass one up. There’s just something intriguing to me about the rich and famous hero falling for the girl next door. It is one of the most enjoyable tropes in the romance genre.
When I started reading Becoming Mrs. Lockwood I felt the author was writing the book specifically for me. Between the fun story line and the very likable characters, I was in like Flynn. On top of that, the main characters have an age gap which is always interesting to watch them overcome.
I guess about halfway (maybe a little more) the main conflict of the plot occurs. Once the author resolved that the book started to slow down quite a bit. There was some erotic scenes and a few minor things going on, but overall, it wasn’t enough to keep my full attention.
Becoming Mrs. Lockwood is a good book, and I thought the characters and their personalities really shined. Even though I had those issues with the pacing in the second half, I still recommend this novel to contemporary romance fans that like a lot of sexy spice in their books.