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  • I NEED MORE BY THIS AUTHOR!

    Super sweet story, full of character and witty moments. I laughed out loud at times but also loved the side plot for its more serious tone. This is an incredible romance that will keep you hooked until the end! I loved reading the little notes they left to each other every day, so cute! If you've been on the fence on this book, I urge you to pick it up. you won't regret it!

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  • You’re My Home

    4.5 stars What a wonderful debut novel! The Flatshare was such a sweet and emotional story that surprised me in the best way. I absolutely fell in love with the idea behind this book and was instantly intrigued by the tagline "What if your roommate was your soul mate?" Tiffy and Leon were such interesting characters and complemented each other so well, even though they seem to be opposites in every way. Tiffy is eccentric and has a tendency to overshare, while Leon is quieter and much more reticent. Their meet cute and intimate living situation are atypical, but all the awkwardness only endeared me more to the characters. I loved how a simple note exchange set in motion such huge changes for both of them. It had me asking myself if you really can get to know someone through the traces they leave behind? The author allowed Tiffy and Leon's friendship and relationship to develop naturally and I loved the slow burn between them. The story is told in dual POV, and I will admit that Leon's chapters took a bit of getting used to. I ended up loving his abbreviated speaking/writing style, however, and I really feel like it fit his character perfectly. Some of the Britishisms went over my head, but the author's sense of humor and witty banter had me gasping for air because I was laughing so hard. With all the laughs, there are some serious issues as well, and I felt that they were addressed very honestly. For example, Tiffy struggles for a large portion of the book with her past relationship. I appreciated that the author didn't rush through her healing or downplay the effect that emotional abuse can have on an individual as well as their friends and loved ones. I really loved how patient and supportive Leon and all of Tiffy's friends were. They stood by her and lifted her when she needed them, but what I loved best, is that ultimately, it was Tiffy who had (and did) save herself. The secondary characters really were amazing (please tell me a Richie book is in the works!) and added some wonderful comic relief at just the right moments. I was smiling ear to ear as I turned the last page, and Leon and Tiffy's story couldn't have ended in a cuter way. Definitely recommend this one and can't wait for more from Beth O'Leary. *I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book*

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  • Great novel!

    I loved this book! It’s got a little bit of everything - some romance, some suspense. Definitely a slow burn but the story line is well thought out and well written

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  • The flatshare

    A funny book which is just what I needed during the pandemic. Hope she writes more like this for all of us to emkoy.

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  • Just ok

    This one was just ok for me. Classic romantic novel that's trying to be cute a little too hard for my taste. It included too many side characters and dragged on a bit. Feels like it was written with the intent of adaptation for the screen. However, if you enjoy the quirky comedy romance genre or rom-coms for that matter, you'll love this book... not that there's anything wrong with that!

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