Sunday, May 28, 2017

Review: Plight

Plight Plight by K.M. Golland
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

"You're engaged kiddo. A Cheezel proposal is the real deal."

At eight years old Danielle promised to marry Elliot once they were thirty years old.
Seventeen years have gone by, neither of them married or in a relationship when Danielle gets a facebook message from Elliot just after her 30th birthday reminding her of her commitment and his intention to collect. She thinks it has to be a joke, then realizes he may not be joking at all, that's when she thinks he might be a tad crazy and fully intends to make him realize it's not happening.

But after spending time with him she may just change her mind.....

Plight is a sweet romance. A deal made as children brings two childhood friends together years later and they have a chance to get to know each other again. One holding tight to the promise of a child while the other tries to convince herself it's not possible, together they take on a journey towards happily ever after. The characters are likeable, their story is cute, it's well paced and kept me engaged. 4 stars.

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