What is wrong with all those indie writers? Or with all those indie publishers? I just hate that common and newly founded strategy called be-sure-you-buy-the-next-installment, since we provided you with the cliffhanger of the year.Seriously, wtf?It's all about the money, sing a-long.Well, they just gave me a reason (heck, there's no "a" in this title...) to buy the next book in serie.And now I'm not sure if I like this book or not. I liked it. I didn't like it. But I want to read part two.So, back to the book. I can't say a bad word about the writing, even if the prologue left me pleased - it is written in third person. But the story goes and hey, first person, Viv's point of view reigns... Too bad.The heroine is starved, abused waitress - got your sympathy yet? Then she meets handsome CEO with hint of paranormalcy. Sounds familiar?I bet the answer is yes.It's a good story, true tearjerker.Alas I can't stop myself from adding: If you're abused in any kind of way, please don't wait for your prince charming. Take care of yourself, you won't spot your CEO on the street or he won't spot you. Sadly, there's too few of them.