For as long as Trisha Valentine James can remember, Matthew has been obnoxious, rude, condescending…with the most beautiful green eyes she has ever seen. She tries to forget their painful past, along with the longing she holds deep in her heart for the smart, wealthy and funny bachelor. But it’s not so easy to forget one of London’s most eligible bachelors, not when he dances with you under the evening sky.
Always, My Valentine is a clean, but indulgent romance about beautiful rich people. Trisha denies her feelings for Matthew and Matthew thinks Trisha has feelings for his brother Marcus. This results in a series of confusions and misunderstandings that keep them apart and fuel the tension of the novel.
I have two (only two) gripes about the book. Number one, the brothers are named Matt and Marcus which makes them hard to keep straight. When two of them were in a scene together I had to stop and try to remember who was who.
Number two, I think it would benefit the author to have the book re-edited for a second edition. There were a few more typos than I was comfortable with.
Overall, if you're a fan of Keeping Up with the Kardashians or Real Housewives of Wherever, you'll like this. It gives readers a look into the world of the rich and the famous for being rich.