Date Finished: February 1, 2023
Available: February 15, 2023
Pages: 182

Book Synopsis:

Harper Neale is a Black culture connoisseur, an award-winning journalist, and a bonafide “It Girl” on the run from the reach of her ex’s new relationship. Anton Campbell is a German-Jamaican professional tennis star, a desirable daddy, and a certified international playboy on a mission to commandeer everything in his path. After a yearlong ghosting incident, these two planes passing in the night collide in Paris on Valentine’s eve. They choose to defy the stars by smashing amongst them at 45,000 feet in the air.

Privately, pleasurably, with the pressure on, the hard-hitting journalist and hard-hitting player form a seemingly simple Valentine agreement:
“One night. You and me. No judgment. From anyone, or anything. Just release.”

Is this daring dalliance what Harper needs to dub heartbreak? Or will Cupid’s arrow pierce her heart with pointed, palpable, personal truths?

This is NOT a love story. This is a Self-Love story.

Warning: This book contains adult language, explicit scenes, and violence.

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My Review:

The angle Sheopatra took for this book was refreshing. I 1000% enjoyed Harper realizing her true worth. There’s a difference between telling yourself you’re a bad bitch and internally appreciating what that actually entails so you can protect yourself from unworthy people who happen along during your journey of self-love. The way she wrote the story so that we as readers could actually witness the full circle was dope. The lack of chemistry between Anton and Harper made me side eye the whole way, but I think that was important as it showed she was settling and not yet accepting of what was good for her soul. It gave for some major comedic relief though.

To wrap this up, I enjoyed this one. I definitely recommend it. Can’t wait to see what comes next from this author 💙

Thank you to the author for my advanced copy.

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