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The media conglomerate that my family owns is grooming me to take over as CEO in the near future.
The one and only obstacle? The stipulation regarding my grandfather's inheritance.
It appeared as though it would be impossible to grant his final goal of getting married and having an heir until my assistant volunteered to take on the task.
The marriage between my partner and me was supposed to be the answer to all of my most pressing concerns.
But the more we demonstrate our affection for the audience, the more apprehensive I become regarding our agreement.
Concern for Iris was never included in the terms of the arrangement.
Especially not when you know that you will inevitably shatter her heart.
My strategy for marrying Declan was straightforward, at least in principle.
Cohabitat is the way to go. Throw a wedding. Produce a child.
In order to avoid any kind of problem, we established some ground rules.
ones that were never intended to be broken, despite Declan's best efforts to persuade me otherwise.
But what will happen if our pretend relationship starts to seep into the one we have with each other?
To become romantically involved was never even a consideration.
Not in my experience, at any rate.
While reading this novel, I found myself rubbing my eyelashes inward. smoking a cigarette near to the oxygen supply for my father. I was swivelling my scooter around on my ankles all the time. and every morning I shit out my pain. That's how incredible this book was—too fantastic to be true amazing.
Every scene, page, every word was an absolute banger. This book was like a drug to me. Even though I've had a lot of strange substances enter my body, nothing has ever made me feel as ecstatic as this book did. I've been watching too much Euphoria, y'all.
I was completely different, you guys. I was laughing out loud and tossing my head back in disgust at what I was reading. There were instances when I was so flushed that I almost mistakenly thought I was Caucasian.
Our primary character, Iris, deserves nothing less than everything. This rapidly turned into one of those books where I fell madly in love with the female rather than the guy. This plant-loving monarch was incredibly humorous, intelligent, and well-rounded. She's actually my new favourite comforter character, and I recognised a lot of myself in her, so I won't be all sentimental and crap about it. I wish I could be even half as amazing as she is because she inspires me.
The Declan is so good. I enjoy reading stories about possessive men. and trust me when I say he is down BAD for her. He is buried six feet beneath the surface, which is fucking bad for her. Are we really going to forget that scene in the shower? Ah, come on.
additionally the friendship between Cal and Iris? I already adore this dude, and his book hasn't even been published yet. He slammed the door in Declan's face, shocking him. Yep, that right there is true friendship. I just have a feeling that with him, Lauren is keeping the best for last. In a series, the humorous characters are almost often given the finest stories.
Without giving anything away, all I can say is that lauren Asher takes grovelling to a whole new level. I've never read the trope done as well as it was in this book. Asher offered us more grovelling than usual. She completed the additional credit and homework!
Additionally, I consider any book set in Chicago to be a success. These men act like they are from Chicago and act like it. and I'm inspired to travel to every location the book mentions.
I'll be snorting cyanide lines because, undoubtedly, I'm angry that I'm not living the lifestyle Iris and Declan do.
Critics by Readers
This book really ought to be titled "Copy and Paste" rather than "Terms and Conditions."
I was reminded of The Fine Print, albeit with a somewhat more readable font. slightly. My motivation for finishing this was solely to get to all the Cal and Alana references, so thanks for that.
For me, this was just as tedious as The Fine Print. so much so that I wasn't even really interested in either book. I didn't feel compelled to read until the end, so I kept putting it down to do something else. Because I was so bored and kept thinking I'd read the same situations in TFP and this book, I found myself skimming large chunks of text.
The same monotony that made me wonder "had I read this interaction before in the book?" was present here. Yes, that has been mentioned before. Surely not this again, you say? There was simply so much back-and-forth of Declan being a shittily humanoid husband and saying something rude to Iris, Iris pouting for 0.57483 seconds while waffling in her interior thoughts how she's "going to show him" and make him suffer, and then Declan looking at her like while saying things slightly sarcastic that she likes to think is one of silliest thing in history, and then Iris forgiving him and they repeating
When he mentioned his late mother, Iris immediately rolled over to sit at his feet.
However, I attribute the book's monotony to its lack of a compelling story. Can you please explain the final objective? who or what is the impetus? It lacked direction because all that happened was Declan and Iris chatting casually with no real stakes involved. There was no real reason for hostility or disagreement. Lauren Asher put her faith in love to get her through, and while it succeeded at first, she eventually lost steam.
I was already on the verge of giving up sight when Declan's treatment of Iris during the conflict proved to be the final straw. I didn't read that section since I was too busy skimming and I had no interest in finding out why he was being so cruel.
As a result, at the end of it, I was exhausted by the novel. My son Cal was the only thing that kept me going. utterly dominated the spotlight. When he appeared on the page, everyone would ask, "Declan and Iris, who???" I'm so excited for him to find love! In what timeline does Cal and Alana's second chance romance take place?