Going Down on One Knee by Christina Hovland
Series: Mile High Matched #1
I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
I have to say that Going Down on One Knee was an amazing little surprise that I thoroughly enjoyed from beginning to end.
Going Down on One Knee is about a heroine who has an idea stuck in her head of what the perfect man for her should be and a hero that is everything that is opposite of what that idea is.
I think every woman can relate to our heroine, Velma, in some capacity. Whether it be that we can be a little stubborn and a little bit stuck on how we think things should or shouldn’t be. Or it could be the very vulnerable insecurities Velma has about herself and how others view her. Sometimes we can get stuck on how others perceive us, right?
What I also really enjoyed was how Christina Hovland wrote our hero, Brek, being the complete opposite of what Velma had as her ideal man. Brek is this carefree guy who doesn’t care how other see him… but maybe he just might care how Velma sees him.
Opposites definitely attract in the wonderful and endearing novel. Going Down on One Knee had me going from laughing and swooning to biting my nails in anticipation. I was captivated from the start and enjoyed every second of it.