Her future is already set, all she has to do is marry a complete stranger.
Kinsley Felton has everything. Money, a loving family, and a modeling career. She graduates from Yale in just days, but unlike a typical college student she doesn’t have to spend hours looking for a job when she graduates. Kinsley will inherit the multi-billion dollar gaming and hospitality company her great-grandfather started. The only problem is she has to do everything her family asks for in order to get that money. That includes marrying a man of her family’s choosing. That’s not a problem since Kinsley has been following her family’s orders all her life. Until a phone call from her grandfather changes everything.
Will she marry the man her family chooses or will she decide her own future?
Book: Maybe Yes (Maybe #1) by Ella Miles
Published: March 21, 2016
Genres: Romance, ARC
Date Read: March 18-22, 2016
Rating: 4 Potatoes 🥔🥔🥔🥔
I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
I’m still reeling from the major cliffhanger at the end of this book so I’m thinking about what I want to say. Our heroine, Kinsley. Did I like her? Sometimes. I was proud of her for making her own decisions and standing her ground but other times she was like a lost puppy following her master and letting the men in her life tell her what to do and how to live. However, with the way she was raised, I’m surprised she has a brain at all since it seems her father and grandfather had total control over her life.
Killian. I went back and forth with my opinion of him as well. On one hand we have this cocky, but sweet, sexy man who only wants what’s best for Kinsley. And on the other hand he’s controlling, a workaholic and very closed off. All in all, I did like him – he’s definitely swoon-worthy!
The cliffhanger is what killed this book for me and what caused me to give the book a 4 star rating. I don’t usually care for cliffhangers in general but this one was too great for me. The cliffhanger just made no sense and made me re-think the entire book. I know, I know, that’s what cliffhangers are supposed to do but in the case of this book, I felt like it didn’t fit. Maybe it’s just me that feels that way…. However, I’m not the author and I’m sure she has great reasons for doing the cliffhanger the way she did. I’m interested to see what happens in book 2!