Until We Meet Again by Renee Collins (Review)

23277959I received this free from the publishers via NetGalley

Cassandra has been forced to stay at her parents house in a posh town. Then one evening on her own private beach she meets Lawrence, who claims it is his beach. And to make things worse, it turns out he is from 1925.

I dragged my way through 20% and still I was struggling to read it. So unfortunately a DNF at 20% from me. There is nothing exceptionally bad about it, just not for me. It could be my reading slump, but more likely is the fact that it is just not for me.

The characters are underdeveloped and flat, there was little chemistry between the two leads. I was having a hard time reading it, and then after reading other reviews, a lot were saying it went downhill in the second half and a lot of romance.

So, unfortunately not for me, but perhaps those romance lovers might enjoy it.

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