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    a five-star read that will entangle you

    The Love Square by Laura Jane Williams a five-star read that will entangle you. This one had me all of a twist, I liked Penny then I didn’t then I did and didn’t and on and on it went, until I really liked her, her struggle and past made her a real character and in the end I got why she behaved the way she did and it made me like her even more, to face one life challenge is difficult, but to then have to uproot life again just as you are finally getting back to your normal, well it would drive any of us a little crazy. I loved that this was a Love square and not a love triangle, it just added to the drama and the humour in some ways, I adored Our Stop so I had high hopes for this one and I am so glad that Laura Jane Williams didn’t disappoint, she kept up with the amazing writing and creates a wonderful story once again.
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    Flawed relationships

    I enjoyed Our Stop although I did feel slightly older than the target audience so I was intrigued as to what Laura Jane Williams next book would be like. I’m glad I gave it a go as I felt this had broader age appeal and an interesting main character in Penny who I mostly liked but sometimes wanted to slap! Penny hasn’t had the easiest of pasts which have affected who she is and how she feels about relationships and that is well reflected in the way she views the three different relationships she has. The author does reflect well on the emotional side of relationships however she doesn’t shy from the intimate details either. Overall this a really easy to read and warm hearted story with a real mix of engaging characters.
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    Great book!

    I enjoyed this book. I immediately connected to the main character, Penny, and appreciated her journey to following her own path to fulfil her needs. On the surface, it is a love story between Penny and three lovers - each special in his own right. At its core, this is a book about self love and the powerful effect that healthy friendships and family have in one's life. There is also a nod to feminism in this book. Penny has power in choosing between her three lovers, in building a business, and in stepping up for family, both biological and chosen. It is a modern take on female empowerment that a woman should want it all for as long as it serves her. I recommend this book for people who like a fast paced contemporary love story with lots of drama and a modern take on HEA. #NetGalley provided an advaced copy in exchange for an honest review.
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    Readable

    I read Laura Jane Williams previous novel, Our Stop, and enjoyed it, however I found The Love Square disappointing. I could not warm to the main character, Penny, and all the situations seemed awkward and contrived. Penny is a young single cafe owner who has had her fair share of hardships. She has a wonderful relationship with members of her family, but has not had much luck in love. The story tells of events that find her with more men than she knows what to do with. I found myself skimming through the book, but I still wanted to know what happened at the end. A bit disappointing but still readable. Thanks to Avon Books UK and Netgalley for an advance arc of this novel.
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    London Love Story

    I was very excited to read Laura Jane William’s second book The Love Square. Her first book, Our Stop is one of my favorite books I’ve read this year. Williams chronicles Penny Bridge’s relationships with three very different men. She’s a chef with a cafe in London, but takes over her uncle’s pub when he is sick and cannot work any more. This book certainly takes the romance factor up a notch and contains more spice and sizzle then Our Stop, but with the same character development and growth that I’m coming to associate with Williams. Penny is dealt several hard hands, but she plays them beautifully and I loved seeing where she ends up. It’s not exactly what I would have chosen for her, but I can see the beauty in it. Penny reminded me the importance of creating the family and life for yourself that you want and of examining if what you’re doing is going to get you there.
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