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  • Happy Ever After almost a 5 star

    Madeleine Hanson, aka Maddie, knows where she wants to be - doing what she loves to do - but not who she wants to be with, or how she can succeed. Four men in her life is complicated: she almost married Peter - had a wildly free, intense High School relationship with Dylan - has an interesting mysterious customer named Charlie - and her BFF Layla's older brother Max, who's been a BFF & big brother to Maddie. But who is the mysterious Silver Fox book reviewer that has gotten under her skin when her secret authorship first novel is reviewed? Things got a bit bogged down when Maddie was flipping & flopping making decisions but the plot was overall quite good and it has a HEA (Happy Ever After) that made sense all along. Contains a reading group guide. I volunteered to read an ARC through Net Galley

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  • Fans of You've Got Mail will be enthralled!

    I loved the mystery of the Silver Fox and his witty banter most of all. The book club is a group I wish existed in my personal life, and I felt a kinship with the members. I also enjoyed the perspective from an authors POV - as a reader, you don't realize how much truly goes into the creating of a book, so this was a great eye-opener.

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  • Deliver.

    Hi, I'm no fancy reviewer. I'm a reader, and a writer. So, from a (mainly) romance reader, I have respect for the flaws in the characters that authors let readers anaylze themselves; usually, but you were unique. Your book and Claire's were captivating. (Claire more so, as I've read this in a day) But I was hoping for more of Charlie. Max gave me a sweet, nostalgic, familiar feeling. Akin to remeberance as I've created such a character. I'm afraid that Dylan, the most "interesting" felt... Strange, what muse is yearned for but a ?symbol¿ Claire, felt like both the embodiment of hope and rejection; Claire, shall we say, was a sad bean. Dylan was lust. Charlie was lost, as it is easy to get lost on the easier path, full of winding forks. Max himself was taboo, she'd zoned him, and did the classic cliché of bro. And it was disgusting in individual moments. Peter was my best in term of 'em all, not in serious sense, more up-front ironically. He was abusive. Simply put, I'm always annoyed at brush-offs by the heroine, discussing him they add that he's "a lil/bad-tempered." I'd though that authors had a reason as to why they'd confuse YA readers as I that could-WOULD interpret wrongly. Your work is refreshing. Thank you for givin them all an ending. (except for poor Charlie.) I look forward to moving on from Sophie Kinsella to meeting and getting to know u thru ur books. Sincerely, me.

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