Went in reading this knowing how great of a book it is by other readers. I didn’t really know what it was going to be about and man I couldn’t put it down. I thought the story of how they met was cute and appreciated the “naked truths” and how that kept coming in the book. I really felt uncomfortable during the abuse—but that’s the point. I kept getting so mad at Ryle. Definitely a book to understand the challenges of domestic violence. The story with Atlas, so darn special. I did wish I cried more, like everyone said they did. Lol 5/5
It Ends with Us
Books | Colleen Hoover
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A wild story. Grumpy-sunshine trope. Family issues. Baggage. Hope. Love. Spice. A tremendous and stressful read! (In a good way) It wasn’t very predictable for me -which I liked. Everything in this book was powerful and passionate. My only critique- I’m not much of a small town setting fan, and Knox was very mean (which is def intentional) but there were parts where it felt unnecessary… other than that, I would recommend! 4/5
Things We Never Got Over
Books | Lucy Score
I was really excited to read this because I absolutely loved The Fine Print, and this did not disappoint! Like, why was I getting so many butterflies?? I loved the different meaning of words. I thought that was so touching. I absolutely love the dominance-between the both of them. I also liked how they brought Rowan & Zahra back in the story! This was so good! The “I know I don’t deserve you…” gahhh!
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Books | Lauren Asher
I didn’t have many expectations of this book. I wanted to read this because it’s on Netflix and many people told me how emotional the story was. And it definitely was. It was truly a tough memoir to read. This story helped me appreciate my own husband and children, and inspired me to strive to give them world as a loving/caring wife and nurturing mother. I loved the way Locke was leading & teaching Zoela. I can’t imagine navigating through life after loss while tending to a young child. I felt sympathy for Locke’s & Zoela’s experience. I also think this story captures a beautiful culture of Sicilians, their land, and food. I admired her motivation to learn about Sicilian people and actually become one of them. Overall, a beautiful, tragic, and inspiring story. I can’t wait to see it on Netflix
Books | Tembi Locke
OHHMYYYYYGODDD. If I could rate this more than 5 stars I would. Lauren Asher is an amazing writer. I was feeling so much in this book. I absolutely loved the way she built up the characters— and kept their personalities. The spice, the dates, the creative. Omg. So damn good!
The Fine Print
Books | Lauren Asher
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