Parker Hardisson is a fairly normal, if self-contained, woman in her, ahem, early thirties. Relatively happy with her life as a freelance translator, she gets to work out of her own home and enjoy her life as quiet and drama-free as possible. So what if she’s a teensy bit lonely? So what if there’s some part of her that wants to explore the world? Things are working out just fine. So, when a mega-movie star comes slamming into her house, she wonders if she’s finally cracked.
Parker seizes the opportunity to make the deal of a lifetime. No strings, no questions. The problem is, Jay is playing this game by his own rules.
Had I written this review yesterday evening straight after reading the book, it would have been a solid five star rating. I really loved it, but now thinking about what to write in my review, I realized that I was bothered a bit by the end/last chapter. After all that happened, the conclusion was too quick (more time should have passed in between the happenings of the second last chapter and the last chapter too make it more believable