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    Actually it's 2.5 stars

    Sofie Peterson's figure was the reason why I got interested in this book. I find it different from the romance novels that I read; all of the women have hourglass figures. I rarely find romance novels that has a plus-sized woman as the heroine. Full-figured women also deserve happily-ever-afters. At first, I enjoyed it. There was the suspense of finding out who was Sofie's attacker, however, I got annoyed along the way. How can you say you love and marry a person for just knowing him for a short time (more or less 2 weeks)? How can you conclude that you love a person simply because there is something about him and there is something the way he looks at you? Additionally, there weren't in talking terms, but bickering whenever they cross each other's path.---How is that possible to fall in love in such a manner?? If this is the olden times where most people are conservative, I would believe it, but in this digital age where people don't take love and sex seriously? I really find it STUPID.

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