I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Mickey Miller!
The Casanova Experience was a touching, original, and different kind of romance novel. It didn't radiate the typicality of some of today's sports romances.
The first thing I liked, was how Chandler and Amy met abroad as exchange students. I thought that that was neat. When I started this book, I was like: "This is different and interesting" in a good way. In addition, Amy suffers from depression, and I felt like that added depth and reality to the novel, showing how things aren't all hunky dory and perfect.
I liked Amy as a character for the most part. I admired how she fought so hard to guard her heart; how she stayed true to herself throughout the novel. I felt as though she may have overstepped her bounds at one instance, but other than that, she was great to read about.
Lastly, I liked how the novel took place mostly in Spain, and talked about Spanish culture; telenovelas, food, dancing, etc. It's crazy how the setting of the book can alter the experience of reading it so much.
In brief, a good book by Mickey Miller! Looking forward to his next ones!