For three years Mika has been his right hand, so why has it taken so long for Ale to realize that he feels something for her? He's never given a thought to how his life would be without her, but Mika will always be there. So when she drops a bombshell on him, he's not sure how to react.
Formulaic and predictable, Through the Lens is still a pretty decent read. Even so, I would have restructured the chapter order. When we meet Mika and Ale, they're on an isolated island for a photo shoot. The author plunges right into their story without giving much personal background. It's not until over halfway through the book that we're given a better sense of their history and the events that have shaped them.
Published: November 2012