Brielle Reyes just graduated in history and psychology, a degree most people consider useless to anything other than teaching, which she doesn’t want. So she finds herself out of options for a future career, meaning she has to work at her mother’s cleaning company while she figures out what she wants to do with her life and find a job.
Twenty-five years old comic artist Archer Ward is whiling to do anything to keep his overprotective mother out of his hair, so if having a cleaner coming in daily is the way to do it, so be it. After running out his first “cleaning lady” he gets a lovely surprise when the next one arrives, and she’s nothing like he expected.
This book was adorable and I really enjoyed it. With that being said, I did have some problems with it, I was a little unsure with the instant attraction thing, but it didn’t bother me as much as I thought it would. The pacing was maybe a little too fast at times for me, I think the characters just sort of jumped into this “relationship” without thinking about the consequences and what they wanted, which annoys me a little too.
I had a love/hate relationship with Brielle to be honest, I liked her at first, but she managed to annoy me so many times that I’m not so sure about her anymore. She was a little too judgmental, indecisive – which I’m okay with, but not when it messes with other people’s lives too -, and she’s made so many poor choices that it made me uncomfortable being in her head at times. Also the fact that I’d just roll my eyes at her way of thinking way too much.
I did like Archer a lot though, I found him somewhat relatable, even though I have close to nothing in common with him. He was probably my favorite part of the book and I loved reading from his point of view. Pembroke was another plus for the book, I was surprised that I actually liked her a lot from what I’ve seen, and I really want the next book to be about her.
Overall this story was really enjoyable, very fun and easy to read. I liked how Archer’s deficiency wasn’t used as a plot device and even though this could be an angsty romance, it was actually pretty light and cute.