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  • Seven days in june

    I was looking forward to reading this story, and unfortunately for me, the author missed the mark. It felt like the author was trying to tell 5 different stories, had multiple thoughts going on, and none of them were well explored. The story itself was immature, and way too many buzzwords and name dropping throughout...not a timeless read. Would not read this book or this author again.

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  • Humorous, romantic, and gritty!

    Seven Days in June is an emotional, all-consuming, character-driven, second-chance romance that takes you on a journey into the lives of Eva Mercy and Shane Hall, two tormented and tortured souls who spent seven days as teens finding comfort and solace in each other’s arms, and who now fifteen years later must discover if what they had was real, unconditional love that’s still worth fighting for. The prose is rich and polished. The characters are consumed, damaged, and sincere. And the plot using flashbacks and told from alternating POVs intertwines and unravels effortlessly into a complex, absorbing tale of life, love, friendship, family, addiction, introspection, palpable emotion, undeniable chemistry, motherhood, childhood trauma, chronic pain, and the ups and downs of life as a writer. Overall, Seven Days in June is a raw, fresh, unforgettable tale by Williams that is the perfect blend of heart, hope, humour, and heat and is undoubtedly one of the must-read novels for summer 2021.

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  • 2 thumbs down

    I was very disappointed in this book, especially being a Reese's book. I feel it was poorly written.

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  • Not my kind of book, no substance.

    Read half of the book but had to put it down due to lack of substance and appealing characters. Tediously unbelievable

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  • So good!

    Well written and compelling. I’m off to immediately download the author’s other novels.

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