Vi Keeland “We Shouldn’t” Book Autopsy

Vi Keeland “We Shouldn’t” Book Autopsy

Romance sometimes makes the top ten on the New York Times bestseller list. But it’s rarer than you would think. In the age of Amazon charts, New York Times changed the way they rank books and USA Today being steadfast, maybe it’s surprising anyone charts with any regularity.

I have never heard or read this author. No idea about her track record. Not sure if this book is typical of her output. This book is not one I would have clicked to buy. The only reason I read it is because I am trying to pay attention to books who have large success. Defining success is nebulous, but as a top ten NYT I figured it has to be good.

“We shouldn’t” is a business trope story. First person. Each chapter bounces from the point of view of the hero and heroine. Sex scenes are hot, but not scorching. You could leave this book on the back of the toilet and not be embarrassed when your mother-in-law stays in there for half an hour.

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