Review: Misunderstanding the Billionaire's Heir by Anne-Marie Meyer
Misunderstanding the Billionaire's Heir tells the story of Charlotte who meets Lucas. Lucas happens to be this new rich boy in town. Unfortunately for her, he's sort of rude and she'll be seeing a lot more of him since his grandmother is her boss.
I understand what the author was attempting to accomplish in Misunderstanding the Billionaire's Heir , but I wish she would have taken a moment to breath. Everything felt rushed and this caused a few things to be very underdeveloped.
Nothing was necessarily bad. It was all fine. Again, I wish it would have had a slower pace. There so many things to unravel and explore.
For example. Charlotte had recently lost her mother. I would have liked more exploration on that subject and also on her relationship with her father and brother. There was tension building up and her father had leaned a little too much on her for help raising her brother. I felt like that would have been a strong storyline to dive deeper into. It would have added so much more depth and emotion.
Lucas was very rude at the beginning of the book. And I don't believe that he ever apologized to Charlotte for his actions. It was hard to be fully committed to the relationship because of his previous actions. If there had been more time and the pace had been slowed, I like the romance would have been more believable and developed.
I keep bring up the pacing of the book, because it the root of the majority of the problems in this book.
Misunderstanding the Billionaire's Heir pacing is it's own Achilles' heel.