Kate Morrison has plans to rekindle her dying relationship when her boyfriend Derek invites her on a two week business trip to Korea. But when the trip turns out to be just that—business—she discovers that eating kimchi and bulgogi alone isn’t exactly what she’d hoped for.
Even though he can’t take his eyes off his laptop, Derek does try to make sure Kate isn’t completely bored. Unfortunately, hiring an oppa tour guide to show her around isn’t the solution Kate had been hoping for. All she really wants is for Derek to remember how much he still loves her.
Kate decides that spending more time with her “oppa,” Sean, might jog Derek’s memory. The problem is, Sean isn’t just attractive—he’s smart, funny, and he not only listens to her dreams about writing children’s books, he encourages them. With Derek too busy with mergers and acquisitions to find time to be jealous, will Kate be able to win his heart back before her new oppa steals hers away?
This series has been a lot of fun to read, and this title had its own charm. I don’t want to be unfair, but this wasn’t my favorite book of the series. I found it a bit hard to really root for the romance, and in a romance book that is big. Perhaps though, my expectations was what I was missing as a reader. This story isn’t as much a romance as it is a slice of life story. And with that in mind, it is a story worth reading.
Kate and Derek are in a relationship that neither of them appear to be invested in anymore. As this is Kate’s story, we don’t really get to learn much about Derek except that he’s a workaholic. His job is his mistress; and Kate isn’t getting what she wants or needs out of the relationship. When she realizes she might get that with Sean, she’ll have to decide does she stick with Derek for old time’s sake, or risk it all on love.
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