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Lan, forced on his own to a world he can't comprehend is confronted with Saya, his loud, brash neighbor.
He wants nothing more than to be left alone, and she sees him as a project to be solved - to start..
But his wounds may run deeper than she's ready to deal with.
Tues/Thurs - According to one review this is bad, you probably shouldn't read it.
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I could not for the life of me understand what is going on. Between character switching with no indication that it happened, the mixing up of names, and the weird font, this made for a very confusing read. I had to quit the novel on the 8th chapter, when the author switched the perspectives halfway in a very short chapter.
I honestly can't figure out how many points of views there are in the less than 5 pages i read. They are not clearly defined enough for me to tell. I can only guess that there are 4-5 different view points in less than 5 pages.
The summary should have warned me that it would be bad. The author could only write 3 sentences that could be the summary to 60 percent of the raunchy female romance novels on the market.