His name is Hudson Fenn, and he’s frustratingly impossible to pin down. He works as a bike messenger, but has the manners of a prince—along with a strange tendency toward breaking and entering. As much as Verity knows he’s not her type, and likely to land her in jail, she can’t help but find her truest self when they’re together.
Pretty much all of it.
Multiple authors writing various chapters of a book with just a vague outline to hold the entire story together should have been a disaster but it wasn't. It was actually awesome. The whole thing worked incredibly well, the characters were well written, it was funny, off the wall weird, fast-paced and unpredictable.
I really enjoyed it and I found myself laughing out loud more than once and reading with a huge grin on my face.
What I Didn't Like:
The time it took for me to settle into the switches between the different authors.
I don't know if it was just in my head or not but the subtle differences between each chapter seemed obvious in the beginning - and bugged me - but after a few chapters I stopped noticing and the feeling of 'meh' turned into 'me likey'.
You can't take this book too seriously. Its entire premise is nuts and if you suspend any kind of reality and just roll with it it's great. Otherwise, I think it'd be hard to really sink into and enjoy.