Thank you Bookish First for providing me with a free review copy.
Unfortunately, this one was a DNF from me. I struggled for 2 weeks to finish this but had to give up at page 158.
I initially wasn't sure if I even wanted to request a copy of this one. I couldn't decide whether the premise was super cool or super stupid. And as predicted it was both.
The reason that I ended up wanting to take a chance on this book is because I, too, write books on Wattpad and so, I thought it would be neat to see what it takes for the Wattpad dream to come true. That being said, I am not sure how this book made the cut as one of the very few out of the million books on Wattpad that actually got published, because I have read many, many better ones.
The book was definitely not bad just very shallow and mediocre. The writing was fine but nothing incredible. The characters were fine but none that I will remember or choose to cherish my heart until the end of time. The plot was all over the place.
Since the chapters were so, SO short, similar to a lot of Wattpad stories, you didn't really ever get much time spent on one scene before you are forcefully shoved into the next and then the next and the next and the next.
I didn't care for the bad guys. They were as generic as they come.
Overall, just, this story is exactly what you will expect it to be. A fun little whirlwind meant for young teenagers without a whole lot of substance behind it. It was fine but if you're on the fence, I'd say don't waste your time unless you are extremely interested in the premise.
Which, by the way, I gotta add the actual premise is wonderfully original. Where the hell else have you ever read about Cupids before? Nowhere. That's this books main appeal. Originality although when put into execution it was really just the same old YA story reminiscent of the early 2000s.