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  • Fun concept!

    This book has an interesting concept. Lottie and her friend Jess decided that they would have a year of ‘saying yes’. Things worked out well for Jess, but not so well for Lottie, who decides the following year to have a year of ‘saying no’. This leads her in interesting new directions. This is a light easy to read story, with well drawn characters and a fairly engaging plot line. There are a few manufactured twists and turns that are a bit tedious , but all in all a pleasant read. Thanks to #netgalley and Boldwood Books for providing me with an arc of this book for a.n honest review.

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  • So gooddd

    I absolutely adored this book. The characters were so real that it sucked you in and made you feel a part of the story. You didn't want it to end!

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  • Lots of humour

    After a year from hell in which she was persuaded to have a year saying yes to everything, including numerous terrible dates, on the stroke of midnight New Years’ Eve Lottie Wentworth decides that she is going to do the opposite and have a year of saying no to everyone and everything. She decides to get herself a dog to keep her company as she will be spending more time at home. She also has the gorgeous Seb Marshall who she chats to regularly online but whilst she might have a crush on him she is unwilling to take it further as he is her best client. Can Lottie actually see the year out saying no to all occasions and could love be in the stars for her and Seb? My Year of Saying No is a fun, occasionally laugh-out-loud book about one woman who has had enough with trying to be positive and say yes to everything and deciding that this year is going to be the opposite, time just for herself and her new rescue dog. The book did feel more of a will-they-won’t-they love story between Lottie and Seb than her determination not to take part in any events or go on dates she didn’t want to. Whilst Lottie was a great character I found myself enjoying Seb’s parts more. He was funny, sarcastic and lovable. He had a kind heart and had been through some terrible times in his early Army days which make him feel quite sensitive and vulnerable at times. If you are after a book that will make you smile throughout and has an enjoyable plot that will keep you turning the pages, plus you like reading about two people who are obviously meant for one another yet they take their time finding that out, then this is a book for you.

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  • I love her books!

    Maxine Morrey has become a must-read for me. So I was extremely happy to get this ARC. And it did not disappoint in the slightest! I enjoy her slow-burn romances. The characters have a time to develop real relationships before they hop into bed or declare their love for one another. In this fun novel, Lottie has decided to say no to anything she doesn’t really feel like doing. But one person she can’t say no to is her partner/friend, good-looking Major Seb Marshall. He hired her several years ago to be his digital PA, but their professional relationship has evolved into a close friendship as they chat online together just about every day. She’s shared her bad dates and aggravations with the activities that her friend got her involved in. And he’s shared some of his life as he works to run a charity for injured war veterans. Finally, it’s time for them to meet in person. And they get along just as well in person as they do online. And their dogs like each other also! Now, if they could just learn to communicate a bit more forthrightly with each other, all could be perfect. I couldn't put this one down as I enjoyed both characters and the secondary characters so very much. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book that I received from Netgalley; however, the opinions are my own and I did not receive any compensation for my review.

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