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    A sweet and steamy romance

    "A Girl Like Her" is a diverse adult romance that delivers on all fronts: engaging plot, cute romance and hot sex scenes. I have been dipping my toes in adult romance lately and everyone and their mother said that if you want to read good and diverse romances you should read Talia hibbert's romances. so, that's what I did. And everyone was right: I really enjoyed "A Grl Like Her" and Talia Hibbert's writing and I want to read more books by her. The thing is, I don't want to read romance books that are all sex. I want to read ROMANCE books, not erotica, and this book was a perfect balance between plot, cute romance and sex scenes. Moreover, the characters seemed like real people, the guy was not the caricature of a sex god or anything like that, and the characters that surround the main characters were developed enough, not just background characters that pop now and then and have barely no personality. In conclusion, "A Girl Like Her" delivered on the warm and fuzzies but also on the sexy. I just have to forget I ever read that epilogue because I can't lol, I'm sorry.
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    Review: A Girl Like Her, by Talia Hibbert

    Anyone who's read my reviews before probably knows that I'm a sucker for small-town romance. But I've never read a small-town romance set outside of the United States. A Girl Like Her is a first for me for that, as it's set in England. It's also my first Talia Hibbert book, mainly because I've been slacking. It won't be my last Hibbert book though. I want to continue reading this series. What was great about this book was the diverse representation Hibbert wrote into it. The heroine, Ruth, is a woman of color who has autism. The town thinks she's weird, she keeps to herself, and the hero doesn't care. He's new to town and is falling for Ruth. But is autism in your face, over-mentioned, and drilled into the reader's head? No. Ruth is Ruth and she's just like any other heroine. I always enjoy books where the author will write underrepresented characters, but not make a big deal about it. That's how I feel it should be because there are many types of people out there and everyone has a story. As for the small-town setting in England, that left me wanting a little more. While it didn't need to be the focus in this particular book, I felt that it was lacking a little bit of the normal feel of a small-town setting. The town itself isn't really explored until the last quarter of the book, even when the townspeople are cause for conflict throughout. It's more in the background. That's part of why I know I'll be reading the other books in this series. 1) To see more of the characters introduced here, and 2) to explore this town more. It wasn't a bad start to it, but I crave more. This was a good book to check out. And a good start to a series. If the buzz around Hibbert is anything to go by, I don't think I'll be disappointed moving forward.

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