3 stars. Hmmm, what is it about MILA that makes it so different from others and so memorable?
That's the problem.
◦ She's an android.
◦ She's on the run.
◦ She loves this human guy, who loves her for who she is.
◦ Umm ..
So that's the problem. When I think about MILA 2.0, there's nothing that pops out for me. Fairly predictable plot. Overused romantic development. Okay heroine. Okay guy. And seeing how I was ecstatic for this book, I am a bit disappointed, so that's probably why the fall for this was the hardest.