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  • Great vacation read

    If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would. Chelsea stopped living her life after her mother died when she was 22. Now her father is getting remarried and Chelsa can't accept it. At the age of 29, she decides that she doesn't like the person that she has become so she packs her suitcase and heads back to Europe to try to find the happiness and the woman she was before her mother died. That summer she fell in love three times. As she visits each of the men she loved at 22, she realizes both she and the men are not the same. During the way, she finds herself and a new love. An unexpected one at that. As she travels through Ireland, Paris and Italy she realizes what she loved about these men is no longer what she needs. I enjoyed the slow build up of the relationship between Chelsea and Jason, her nemesis from work. I loved Chelsea's journey of self discovery This was a most enjoyable read.

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  • Molly.S

    I think this book reprsents feelings and I really enjoyed it because sometimes you just need too acknowledge things in life and the world around you because otherwise you might feel lost and need you need to find your place in the world.

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  • Paris is Always a Good Idea

    This was a great book, be sure you have time to sit and read as you won't want to put it down! I love Jenn McKinlay books and this one just was perfect to read, you felt you were right there with Chelsea, the whole way. Chelsea has gone on a trip to relive her past to find her Missing Self. She is delightful and a loving character you wish to know in real life. Enjoy the travel and adventure of this book!

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  • Cheryl B

    This book has a strong 3.5 for me. Chelsea lost her sense of self after the death of her mother. She has a very prestigious and busy job. Chelsea tries to find herself by going back to Europe to rekindle the happiness she had prior to her mothers passing. She is dramatic and holds on to anger and frustration, but also finds love unexpectedly .

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  • This book was a great idea!

    Fans of The Hating Game will adore this light-hearted romance. Travel along with Chelsea as she revisits the times that she felt loved and was truly happy, as she tries to discover that feeling again. I loved the characters in this story and will definitely be adding it to my physical bookshelf. A must-read that I guarantee you'll enjoy!

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