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    An ending that made the book

    Finding You is a cute romantic comedy wherein a rigid heroine is repeatedly forced from her comfort zone during a spur of the moment trip to Greece in search of her birth father. My favorite aspect of this series of standalones is the different settings they take place in. Each heroine from a lively group of friends meets her Mr. Right while abroad, and while they’re falling in love the reader gets treated to descriptions of the beautiful surrounding location. As a person who loves to travel and explore new places, getting to do so through a book is fantastic. Although Miss Watson always includes vivid imageries, Finding You has that and more. The hero is a tour guide in the region, so it fits perfectly with the travel and exploration theme. This time the reader is treated to more than the resort experience in a beautiful locale. There’s tourist details, historical insights, and many glimpses of the Greek culture that made this a fun and interesting immersive read. The book plays out much like a made for TV romantic comedy. And while I enjoyed the descriptions of Santorini, the romance and plot is fairly predictable. Coupled with an overly critical heroine who exhausted me with her pessimism at times, I struggled to fully connect. The humor is largely based around random events that unfold during Janes’ travel- sometimes cultural misunderstandings, lodging issues, and extreme but unlikely mishaps, all while Jane desperately clings to her attempts to control every aspect of her life and appearance. There were many moments that were silly and left me grinning, but it was heading to a good, not great rating when the ending took a turn I hadn’t expected. The events and the subsequent discoveries pulled on my emotions, developed the characters, and made for a lovely, heart-warming conclusion. Before those final handful of chapters, I would have said that though this wasn’t my personal cup of tea, I think plenty of readers will enjoy this title and series. However, after the ending, I would most definitely recommend this title to fans of light-hearted, comedy of errors plots that includes some soul-searching moments. In fact, I just pre-purchased a copy for my mom because I think she’ll absolutely love it. *ARC provided by Netgalley*
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