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  • A highly entertaining read

    Sophie Kinsella is one of my favourite authors. Most known for her Shopaholic series, her books are full of interesting characters, humour and romance. Love Your Life was no exception. Ava is a young woman who thinks that love should be found meeting someone in person and not using a variety of apps and algorithms. She’s a woman who has a lot of ideas which she starts, but has a problem with completing. When she has an opportunity to attend a remote writer’s retreat in Italy, she sees this as a way of completing the novel she is determined to write. At the retreat, the attendees are told that they are not to communicate about themselves and to keep their lives (and names) from the outside world separate. During the retreat, Ava “Aria” meets Matt “Dutch” and the two end up having a whirlwind vacation romance. What they didn’t expect was that they both lived in London and could continue this romance back in the real world. Would they feel the same about one another once they truly got to know each other? I really enjoyed this book. Ava and Matt’s holiday romance was truly romantic and I felt myself swooning. Once they returned home to their separate households, (both very unique), and their diverse and quirky set of friends, the flavour of the book changed to humour. I really appreciated that there were so many well-developed characters (I can see this group with their own sit-com). The book was engaging throughout and I loved the twists to the story which kept me wanting to read more. This is not only a great romantic comedy - it is also a story of the personal growth we experience as a byproduct of relationships. Thanks to Netgalley and Penguin Random House Canada for the ARC of this book in exchange for the honest review provided here.

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  • Rom-Com with Loveable Characters

    You can count on Sophie Kinsella for a light rom-com and Love Your Life is just that. The quirky characters are loveable, the rapid plot made the day spent reading pass quickly.. Can over-optimistic Ava be the perfect match for over-obligated Matt? Can they change themselves for their own sakes? Falling in love when you're anonymous at a writers' retreat In Italy is easy in this exotic setting . Can it withstand reality? I volunteered to read an ARC from Dial Press through Net Galley and am glad I did.

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  • Classic Sophie Kinsella

    If you're looking for your next beach read this is it! Especially since it starts off with a retreat in Italy! While it may seem like it's predictable there are some twists and turns to keep you on your toes.

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  • Ridiculous but funny!

    Ava is in Italy on a writing retreat and meets "Dutch". They are living in a "no past, only present" world, but really connect and plan to carry on their relationship when they return to the real world. This does hit a few snags, as they turn out to be complete opposite personalities. This is a humorous Sophie Kinsella Rom-Com.

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  • Another entertaining read!

    It was nice to read a book by Kinsella that is not a Shopaholic one. Much as I enjoy them, I liked getting to know a new character who wants a big romance. The twists and turns and bumps along the way make for a truly entertaining story!

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