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    A different CoHo

    So I went into Without Merit with an open mind knowing it was different than other books CoHo has written and more YA not romance. That being said I appreciated getting something different from her as it showcases what a well rounded author she is and that she has the ability to give us different unique stories. In the book world with so much being the same, I enjoyed and craved this something new from her. The Voss family is plain weird. Every possible secret you can imagine they are hiding, they are. I struggled with this a bit seeing what the author wanted to show…the different issues people go through. I just wasn’t sure that it was realistic for every single person in that one family to suffer something. It almost didn’t seem too believable. Also when we get to the end, I felt that there were still some things left open-ended that I would have liked more story about… maybe an epilogue or something would have helped with this. What I did enjoy was the personal growth within all of the characters and most especially for Merit to know and understand how much she is loved while also learning to love herself. I laughed and I teared watching these characters go through their lives. I love that Hoover is still capable of bringing out the readers emotions with each book she writes. I also want to say that Sagan was TO DIE FOR *le sigh* Was this my favorite Hoover book? Definitely no. But was it a well-written page turner that I devoured and couldn’t turn the pages fast enough because it was unputdownable… DEFINITELY YES! I would have liked to see more of the romance aspect but knowing that this is YA I liked what potential for the future it eluded to. Without Merit is a 3-3.5 STAR book for me… I love Colleen Hoover as an author and will read anything and everything she writes <3
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    Not Colleen Hoovers Best

    I'm so disappointed and surprised! This is the first Colleen Hoover book that I thought was definitely lacking a lot. There really wasn't any big twists like Hoover usually throws in to surprise the reader. I found that the story really didn't go anywhere, I almost felt like I was just reading the same thing over and over and was stuck in a loop - waiting and waiting for something big to happen .. but then the book just ends. The book contains so many heavy topics regarding mental health, but Colleen Hoover just wrote about them so lightly and with no emotion. Definitely not my favourite read, and the first Colleen Hoover book I won't be raving about to my friends and family - which they all know me so well for! Also very confused as to why this book was even in the "Romance" section on the Goodreads awards .. it didn't really seem like a romance novel to me at all. hmm. But that okay Colleen Hoover, you're still my favourite author, I suppose you can have 1 book that doesn't hit the spot for me :)
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    So good

    It hooked me right from the beginning. C.H. just knows how to write a book. I love all, but it was nice to have her go back to her Slammed genre. So good....I don't often re-read books, but I know this will be one that I will.

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