2 out of 5 stars
Cut to the Chase:
The story starts off strong. Quinn’s a very talented writer, and we start with a believably tormented insomniac of a hero, Sebastian, as well as a genuinely likable heroine who feels like it may be her responsibility to provide for her recently semi-destitute family. But… I’m not sure that I ever really got into this story. The characters are likeable, but there’s a cutesiness that is overdone, and you’re never really sure why these particular character like and eventually love each other… which is a rather key element in any romance.