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    Highly recommended!

    This books is fun to read, heartwarming and engaging. I read it in one sitting and couldn't put it down. I loved the characters, the setting and the plot. I look forward to reading other books by this author. Highly recommended! Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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    A fun read!

    Tansy is heartbroken when Renzo, her boyfriend of six months, breaks up with her. He had spoiled her with his extravagant lifestyle including a weekend away in a suite in Paris and expensive meals out - a lifestyle clearly different then the impoverished one she grew up with. She devises a plan on how to get Renzo back involving her two male roommates. Adam works with Renzo and can provide her with information on where Renzo is spending some of his evenings. Josh, a former classmate, would work well as a "boyfriend" to make Renzo jealous. The central theme to the book revolves around Tansy's impoverished childhood and her current lack of financial stability. She has a big heart and sacrifices a tremendous amount for those around her who are trying to make a better life for themselves. Ranald has made this character very endearing and real. I enjoyed this book and its discussion of morality. This was my first book by Sophie Ranald, and I look forward to reading more of her work..
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    Great read.

    Great book, funny, easy to read, relatable. I’ll be purchasing more books from this author !
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    Fun summer pick

    Fun read published just in time to be your next great summer pick! The characters were developed, interesting, likable and had relationships with each other that I found I could either relate to myself or enjoyed reading about. I particularly enjoyed Ranald's ability to capture the importance of embracing change and realizing one's own self-worth (as I feel like this is a very relevant struggle for many people) while doing so in a fun read. Tansy is a quintessential 20-something struggling with relationships, family, and work. Renzo is entirely detestable, but not uncommon specimen in the dating world. And Josh is a crushable "boy next door". Tansy's internal growth spurt was very familiar so I found this book somewhat comforting with the occasional humor tied in. Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for providing me with an ARC.
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    It's ok

    A hilariously funny story about an lady who is feed up with men. She decides to even the score with the opposite sex to show that men and women are equal in battle of the sexes.
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