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  • Wonderful Clean Romance With All of the Feels

    This is truly a wonderful romantic story. It is a complete story with deep characters that are fully developed. Things are not over-described such as listing everything a character eats for dinner. In that respect, it is a mature novel. This is a clean story! All of the intimacy is behind closed doors, with no mentions of body parts feeling this way or that. The conflict between the characters is so complete that the reader does not know if they will end up together. That is a precious commodity in a modern romance novel. I enjoyed this book to pieces! I smiled through most of it, teared up a time or two, and highly recommend this book to anyone.

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  • Very cute romance

    3.5 stars. The first page or so of this book was rough. I wondered if I might even want to DNF it, which I never do, but it got much better after the funeral scene picked up. I’ve read quite a few rom-coms lately, and this one was actually fairly unique, plot-wise. The characters get together in the beginning then have to find their way back into a relationship throughout the book. I liked all the characters, especially Lily/Lilith. Even though you know she’s kind of lied her way into a job, you know she’s an amazing person and extremely likeable. I did find it a bit strange that throughout the book, Will’s family gave him so much trouble for having to help take care of his daughter. So many families, especially grandparents, do this all the time without acting so put out by it. You’d think they would be more understanding, especially as he’s a single parent who suffered a great loss. I also didn’t understand his family insisting he force Poppy to do more social things, at least not in the way they were. These are plot elements that would imply he has a bad relationship with his family, when you kind of understand that isn’t supposed to be the case. There were several references to being introverted being a negative thing, when it’s absolutely not, and I wouldn’t imagine frequent readers would really appreciate the implication. Despite that, I really enjoyed this book and would like to read more written by this author.

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