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  • Slow burner

    Overall I enjoyed the book, but it was a bit slow to start with. The lives of the two main characters had intertwined over the passing years, despite not keeping in contact. There was an interesting use of the narrative being provided by each of them.

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  • Must-read

    Crescita personale, come affrontare relazioni tossiche e una scrittura meravigliosa. Assolutamente consigliato.

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  • liked it!

    Easy to read, simple and real like romance. I felt as if I were in Tia's head!

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  • Hilarious, dark, witty, painful, romantic

    Don’t fight. Write.’ This is a fantastic book! It’s Black. It’s hilarious. Romantic. Painful. Dark at times. A famous erotica author. An addicted literary writer. And a second chance love. This is a rom-com and a contemporary in one. Time and again I doubt if I still like rom-coms. And I know now that a lot of books I liked before are not my favorites anymore. But I love love stories like this. I laughed out loud, my chest tightened, the corners of my mouth curved up again and again, and I thought repeatedly: no, no, no! I read and I read and didn’t want to stop. A real page turner! Seven Days in June is a witty story, mostly told in dual narrative (third person), covering hard hitting topics like chronic illness, addiction, abuse and self-harm. Eva and Shane fell in love fifteen years ago and meet again. The story jumps from now to then with flashbacks. I loved to read those flashbacks but sometimes it hurt tremendously to read about these two lonely and damaged and drugged teens, finding refuge and love with each other. Like I said above, I laughed out loud at times, about Eve’s twelve-year-old daughter Audre who thought she was a mental health specialist, about al those names Tia Williams used (Dadifornia, The Church of Just Think Good Thoughts, The Social Queen of Literari). Tia Williams’s writing style is refreshing. Not cheesy, not cringe worthy, just humorous. And even though some parts were really hard to read, there was still hope in the writing. I almost skipped this book on NetGalley but when I saw some reviews coming by, I decided to request it after all and I am so glad I did!!

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