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    Another great book

    I’ve read all of her books and this one was just as enjoyable as they all are. God book.
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    Really enjoyed it!

    I did find the main character a little whiny; but as with all her books, Sophie Kinsella, slowly pulls you in and surprises you with depth and humanity.
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    My New Favorite Sophie Kinsella Standalone

    Sylvie and Dan have been together for so long that they can finish each other's sentences. One comment from their doctor at their annual visit that they'll likely have almost 70 more years of marriage throws them into an emotional tailspin. They vowed to be together forever so they decide to cope by surprising each other with random and fun ideas. However, the biggest surprise ends up unveiling a huge secret. Will they still be together forever? Typical of a Sophie Kinsella book, Surprise Me had my cheeks either aching in pain from laughing so hard or burning from secondhand embarrassment from Sylvie's mishaps. Sophie Kinsella has also crafted a wonderful tale by portraying several of the different types of love through varying characters. Eros (sexual) love with Sylvie and Dan, Philia (friendship) love with her neighbor Tilda, Storge (familial/parental) love with their daughters, Agape (altruistic) love with their elderly neighbors on the other side, and Ludus (playful and/or flirting) with Robert. These many characters blend into a fun plotline that hit me with a MEGA surprise plot twist. I highly recommend this book for any adult looking for a fun romance that balances the seriousness of the effects of grief and misunderstandings. My favorite characters were the elderly couple that lived next door and had such pure love and both came across as genuinely sweet. I would not recommend this book for anyone who might be triggered or offended by the following: grief, parental death, sexually suggestive scenarios, and foul language. Please note: an electronic ARC of this novel was generously provided through the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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    Entertaining Read

    I always love her books for taking me out of reality and into a land of fun for a few hours.
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    Not as fabulous as past books! I found it harder to associate with the characters and didn’t like them as much. The storyline wasn’t bad but I prefer the author’s normal lighter take on stories (and I felt this missed the spark of what makes Sophie Kinsella’s books magical).
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