Arsen Daniel, along with his best friend, built an empire in the form of an exclusive, psychology-based dating service. When an old friend invites him to teach a course at Columbia, he accepts. The course? The Psychology of Love. Sounds simple enough and the publicity alone will make it worth his time.
Arsen didn't expect to meet his match in the form of a sarcastic blonde, hell bent on holding to her belief that true love doesn't actually exist. After all, what woman, especially a world-renowned romance writer, doesn't believe in happily ever after?
Something in Alexandria's eyes tortures him. She reminds him of someone from his past and that is a very bad thing.
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"... not all girls want to be saved, and others aren't able to be." I loved the premise behind this book... a romance writer who didn't really believe in romance. Alexandria is given a dream book deal and decides to take a writing break rather than take the deal. Then at an unlikely time, she runs into Arsen. He runs a match-making dating service. It's his job to find people their happily ever after, yet the girl he can't get out of his head doesn't believe in it. We soon find out that there may be more to Alexandria's past than what is originally given. It's a game changer and turns her world upside down. This one completely shocked me. It seemed like such a light read from the start... until.... a bunch of secrets are revealed. I loved Alexandria and all her sarcastic coffee mugs with quirky messages. Arsen was swoony... until he just made a pretty horrible decision. It showed that he wasn't perfect and maybe you'll end up appreciating him more in the end. It's so hard to review this one because a HUGE part of the plot revolves around a plot twist that I can't share. You'll be shocked. Then you'll get all the details and your heart will break. This is one book that the blurb doesn't at all do it justice.