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Holy crap do I love this book! Now before you start thinking anything: Yes it’s a romance novel, and yes it sits pretty comfortably within the genre “chick-lit” but I don’t care. Not a real fan of the cover art, but I very rarely am as it doesn’t do the book justice at all. And that’s probably my biggest complaint of the book: the cover art sucks.
I really enjoyed this book. This was the first book in over a year that I’ve read in a single sitting. And not only in a single sitting, but in a single evening; it took me maybe six hours cover to cover. And what I love about this book is how upbeat and funny and just wonderful it feels and reads. Unlike most books I’ve read in the past year, there’s a happy ending and I won’t lie, I was giddy through the entire thing. My favorite part? Chapter 28, definitely. The entire book is written in the first person narrative, except for that chapter to FULL EFFECT. It was brilliantly placed, really. Even the acknowledgements at the end were sweet and enjoyable.
Maureen Johnson has a review on the back which reads, “Very sly. Very funny. Very romantic. You should date this book.” Believe me, I would date the crap out of this book in a heartbeat.

Holy crap do I love this book! Now before you start thinking anything: Yes it’s a romance novel, and yes it sits pretty comfortably within the genre “chick-lit” but I don’t care. Not a real fan of the cover art, but I very rarely am as it doesn’t do the book justice at all. And that’s probably my biggest complaint of the book: the cover art sucks.

I really enjoyed this book. This was the first book in over a year that I’ve read in a single sitting. And not only in a single sitting, but in a single evening; it took me maybe six hours cover to cover. And what I love about this book is how upbeat and funny and just wonderful it feels and reads. Unlike most books I’ve read in the past year, there’s a happy ending and I won’t lie, I was giddy through the entire thing. My favorite part? Chapter 28, definitely. The entire book is written in the first person narrative, except for that chapter to FULL EFFECT. It was brilliantly placed, really. Even the acknowledgements at the end were sweet and enjoyable.

Maureen Johnson has a review on the back which reads, “Very sly. Very funny. Very romantic. You should date this book.” Believe me, I would date the crap out of this book in a heartbeat.

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