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Mary-Kate Grant has taken a job to begin pursuing her dreams. Her family isn't behind her decision and things go sideways when William Cumberland becomes her boss. Especially when she can't seem to do anything right when he's in the room or nearby. Mary-Kate finds herself questioning her life plan and she just might find that marriage isn't as bad as she thought. Find the official description on Goodreads.
Aven Ellis has created characters that are different from her previous books. Mary-Kate especially was a high energy character and added that energy to the book. It almost seemed as if the words jumped off the pages when she was speaking or thinking. I loved that energy! It just added to the book.
Then there were those hilariously awkward moments. You know the ones. Those incidents that you think could only happen to you. Well, Mary-Kate experiences them as well. And let me tell you, you may feel bad for her but you will still laugh. It's just one of those things. And then you'll feel bad for laughing. But it made for an entertaining novel.
I have to admit that it was certainly a difficult situation ethics-wise. And not one I envied MK and William. But they seemed to have worked things out in a good way.
And then there was MK's family. That certainly wasn't an opinion I thought many people held nowadays and it was intriguing to see that those characters held that opinion.
Connectivity is a great read and if you've read any of Aven Ellis' other books than you will certainly enjoy this one!