Book Review: The Fine Print

By Lauren Asher 

5 Stars 

Slow-burn love themes are captured in the novel. The characters don't fall in love with each other right away; instead, their relationship grows slowly over time. It's a gradual process filled with twists and turns as they learn more about each other and their feelings develop. This type of love theme allows readers to experience the development of the relationship in a more realistic and meaningful way. It also gives the characters time to reflect on their feelings and come to terms with their emotions in an organic manner. I enjoyed reading this novel and seeing the characters grow and eventually find love. It was an excellent example of showing that love doesn't have to happen overnight but can be a beautiful journey. The concept is indeed quite original. The character development of Rowan was truly a delight to read! I appreciated the slow-burn romantic plot and how it perfectly encapsulated the complexity of emotions that come with falling in love. The patience and kindness residing within Zahra truly transformed this grumpy businessman. The combination of these two characters was engaging and heartwarming. They were able to bring out the best in each other, and their journey was truly inspirational. This slow-burn approach to romance was refreshing and allowed me to appreciate the characters and their relationship more. It shows that relationships take time and commitment and that love can be worth the wait. Overall, it was an enjoyable experience, and I highly recommend this novel to anyone looking for a good romance story. I can't wait to read the next two books of the Kane brothers series! 

Reviewed by Kanak 

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