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    Anna

    I enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading the accompanying book Theo.
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    A beautiful, emotional and uplifting love story

    I bought this book because I loved 'My Husband's Wife' by the same author and shamefully I really liked the cover! But I'm really glad I did, because the main character is immensely likeable and I was just rooting for her to overcome the obstacles in her way and find true happiness. The story itself and the concept for it is sheer genius - it is a standalone book but reading 'Theo' (who appears as the love interest in the book) will completely change your perspective of the story. The writing is simple but beautiful and while Anna does have some tough times, it is an uplifting tale full of emotion and I cried a few times (I'm not usually moved to tears). This is an easy 5 Star read and Theo is even better. You don't have to read them both (and you could read Theo first, it wouldn't matter which order you read them in) but I thoroughly recommend you do. If you're looking for an easygoing summer read that is elevated above too light chic lit and actually want a good story, then this is for you. I think that readers who possess higher levels of emotional intelligence will absolutely love it.
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    New Take on a Love Story

    With every book I read by Amanda Prowse, I like her a little bit more. Her characters feel real, with all their imperfections and imperfect reactions to the things life throws their way. “Anna” is no exception. The premise of “Anna”, and “Theo” which follows, is that it is one love story that’s told from two points of view, that of each half of a couple. Anna is the first, and while it isn’t a first person narrative, we do see things from her point of view. Anna is a young woman who’s had an extremely difficult (and at times frightening) childhood, but nonetheless she’s able to maintain a positive outlook on life and the possibilities of the future. When she meets Theo she thinks she’s found the ideal man and that she’s stumbled into a fairytale, but despite coming from wildly different backgrounds, they’ve both had damaging childhoods that end up making their life together more difficult than they’d expected. I loved Anna’s optimism, and it broke my heart to see her struggle to maintain it. And as soon as I got to the end of her story, I went right out to find and read Theo’s story, in which we saw his background and his own struggles with life. I very much enjoyed both stories, and while there were inevitably parts that were repetitive, the difference in perspective helped that from becoming tedious. Thanks to Netgalley and Head of Zeus for providing a copy for an unbiased review.
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    A romance with a difference

    I really enjoyed this book - read it in one day when not feeling great. It was a romance story, but not your usual romance. The book was more about one woman's journey through life from childhood and her facing all the difficulties life through at her along the way. Also, about other people facing their difficulties in different ways. A great read if you like a bit more to your romance reads.
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