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    A great story about family

    Review: The Dysfunctional Test by Kelly Moran 18154314 Kelly Moran rarely disappoints and The Dysfunctional Test is certainly anything but dysfunctional. Camryn Covic is the odd duck in her Serbian family. Whereas they are loud and crazy, she is calm and shuts down her emotions. When a horrible day leaves her without a job, an apartment, and a boyfriend, she reaches her breaking point. Cam is dreading her family’s reaction to going to her sister’s upcoming wedding without a boyfriend. This is when her sister comes up with a plan: pretend family friend Troy is her mysterious boyfriend. Troy agrees to the scheme and in doing so, learns more about the girl who gave him hope when he was a foster kid. When he realizes that Cam doesn’t believe in happily ever after, he does everything he can to change it. Even as he does, he realizes he has a lot to lose. I empathized with Cam from the start, which meant that I spent a portion of the book crying. Her relationship with her family is recognizable to anyone that has a large family, or siblings that are different from each other. While there is clearly a lot of love in the family, it’s also easy to see the patterns that people fall into and the slights and hurts that aren’t meant. Troy is hands down one of the most romantic heroes I’ve read in a while. His determination to help Cam believe in happily ever after is endearing and the actions he takes to do this were beautiful. There were definite moments that made me swoon and I loved reading how Cam slowly starting to show her inner self to everyone around her. The secondary characters are also terrific. Sure, Cam’s sister Heather steamrolled over Cam at times, making decisions for her and not listening, but she also clearly loves Cam and wants what is best for her. Cam’s niece, Emily is adorable as any three year old and the way she messes up words is hysterical. Bernice, who is Heather’s future mother-in-law, is breath of fresh air. As her brother, Fisher is both a friend to Troy and a brother to Cam, which means there is some fun tension. One of the best aspects of this book is the sense of family that comes through: not just on Cam’s behalf, but also for Troy. It is also worth reading the Life Lessons According to Camryn that head each chapter. They are laugh out loud funny. The Dysfunctional Test is about relationships: family, friends, and romantic. Cam and Troy have all three and it was a true delight to read their story. 5 Stars and a keeper

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