Nina has known that while she was passionate about speechwriting for the mayoral campaign, this could only be a temporary departure from what she has been destined to do. She knew that at some point she’d need to take the helm of the family dynasty of NYC hotels, but she thought she had more time. But as her life was changing faster than she’d expected, with her father’s illness rapidly progressing, it seemed that her usual supports were failing her. The only one who seemed to truly understand her was the one least likely to and the one she could not let anyone else see her turn to. Or could she?
This was a modestly entertaining read, but honestly, disappointing. With characters that are entitled, stereotypical, and one-dimensional, a plot that was predictable, and a message that said, in my opinion that if you’re wealthy enough, you can get away with a crime. Bottom line -in my opinion, it was a mediocre at best.
And that’s about all I have to say about that.