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    99% Perfect

    Challenging at the start but basically perfect. Nice little HG epilogue too.
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    Easy-read, slow-burn, rom-com

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I was generously provided a copy of 99% Mine’s U.K. edition and whilst I do love its cover art, I don’t feel like it really suits the characters or reflects the story - Darcy, whose POV the story is told from, is a gritty, fierce spitfire. Where Tom, Darcy’s childhood crush/family friend and all-round perfect man, is described as having an inner animal. The action revolves around the renovation of an inherited house, with a lot of sentimental value attached to it. 99% Mine fed 3 of my biggest book related addictions; it delivered angst, slow-burn and friends to lovers in one perfect little hit. Although the premise wasn’t particularly unique, it was engaging and the story developed at a good pace. It was fairly predictable but not in a way that made me roll my eyes, more in a comfortable, easy read kind of way. So if you’re looking for an easy-read, slow-burn romantic comedy, Sally Thorne’s unique voice in 99% Mine will be 100% perfect for you. ***ARC generously provided by Little, Brown Book Group UK, via NetGally, in exchange for an honest review*** #99Mine #NetGalley
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    Easy rom-com read

    Love this book as much as The Hating Game - great read and the romance part was spot on again. Enjoyed the epilogue for both books as well! Great characters that you fall in love with
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    Good weekend read

    Loved the hating game, this was good and definitely readable, finished it in a weekend
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    Unusual romance

    Darcy Barrett is the family screw-up, literally. While her twin brother Jamie is driven and successful she gave up a promising career as a photographer and now tends bar at a biker dive. She has spent the best part of the last decade travelling the world, coming home only long enough to earn money for her next trip. After their beloved grandmother died and left her crumbling old cottage to Darcy and Jamie, Darcy intends to jet off again but someone has taken her passport, then Tom Valeska an old family friend arrives to renovate the house and suddenly Darcy can't bear to leave her childhood crush. This is a difficult book to review, Darcy is both adorable and infuriating, she and Jamie are so selfish in some ways but also so generous in others. Both of them treat Tom like a loyal dog, and fight over him like the last slice of cake, but they also love Tom wholeheartedly. Tom has always felt like the charity kid around the Barrett twins, the child of an overwhelmed single mom, the Barretts took him under their wings and treated him as a third child, taking him to Disneyland when Darcy's heart condition forced her to stay at home with her grandmother for example. But Tom has always felt unsure in his position, like he has to be perfect and go along with everything the Barrett twins want or he will be cast aside. Yet this all felt very real, these were real people making mistakes, reading signals wrongly, being too self-absorbed, not thinking through the consequences, making things worse - and I liked that very much. The writing felt raw and vibrant. Not your usual cookie cutter romance but something different.
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