Sexy, edgy, dramatic and smoothly written.
Four different women, four stories, one book.
Author Dawn Wright takes us on a roller coaster ride of emotions along with four fictional women and I'm damn sure that every reader will have at least one of them to relate to. She has brought us a book revolving around the lives of four very different women, each one of which is haunted by her own demons.
At first I was a bit skittish to read "Capital Encounters" as I am not a fan of books with so many lead characters, but it came out to be great, it was beautifully written and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. This book is about four ordinary women who have made some foolish mistakes and stupid decisions in life. All of them have different definitions of love. The main characters- Summer, Amber, Emily and Brooke had completely different personalities but nevertheless, they sticked together.
Summer- Job recruiter during the day, lover at night.
Amber- Piano Teacher during the day, sleeps for money at night.
Brooke- Wedding planner during the day, romantic girlfriend at night.
Emily- Third grade teacher during the day, distraught ex-wife at night.
The story was intriguing and full of love with heart-ripping emotions. There came a point when I wanted to scream and cry and shake some sense into them for all the stupid things they did.
Capital Encounters was a perfect blend of angst, laughter, sass and hotness. This book made me feel so many emotions from happy to sad to frustrated to laughing my ass out. So all in all Capital Encounters was refreshing and unique and I had great time reading it. I highly recommend this book.
This was Dawn's first debut novel and she did a tremendous job. She has a good hold over storytelling. It's like she fills life in the fictional characters. The best part of her writing was the jumps in time and the switching between the lead characters.
Summer- 3.5 Stars
Emily- 3.5 Stars
Brooke- 3.5 Stars
Amber- 3.5 Stars
Plot- 4 Stars
Storytelling- 4 Stars
Romance- 3.5 Stars
Humor- 4 Stars
Originality- 4 Stars