Nothing Personal

Nothing Personal - Elisa Adams This would have been a solid 3 star "I liked it" read if the h, Carla, hadn't gotten on my nerves so much. She's insanely insecure and headtrippy, and when a LOT of the story is spent in the characters' heads, analyzing and ruminating and obsessing over everything, insecure and headtrippy is NOT a good thing. There was way too much time spent hearing what they each thought and not enough time showing their interactions and doings. Even the older woman-younger man trope (a favorite of mine) and the slightly obsessive (in a good way) attraction/love that torments Leo aren't enough to pull this one out of the Carla-annoyance 2 star territory.