I am not going to give this book a star rating due to the fact that I had to dnf it at 50%.
OMG! I cannot STAND this heroine! There is nothing I hate more than a self righteous heroine. I find her even more disgusting since compared to 98% of the other females who live in refugee camps, she has had it EASY! She has made it to adulthood retaining her virtue (as far as I know), she has a job, she has HOPE for her future. While so many other's just exist! The fact that she is aware of her "righteous indignation" does not make her character tolerable in the least bit.
Charlie is a good man who deserves someone who has the ability to actually care for someone other than herself. It is his wonderful friendship with his driver that had made the first half worth reading.
The writing itself was decent despite the fact that even at the halfway point I still had no clue what Charlie looked like. He was tall, slim, and he had a 3 inch scar on his cheek was about all I knew.