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I’m Erin and I simply adore romantic comedies. Whether it be When Harry Met Sally, Two Weeks Notice or Roman Holiday, they all make me dream and believe that everything is possible in life. In order to convince my friends that they are wrong to be cynical, it is decided: I am going to test the scenarios of my favorite romantic comedies in real life. What better way to prov I’m Erin and I simply adore romantic comedies. Whether it be When Harry Met Sally, Two Weeks Notice or Roman Holiday, they all make me dream and believe that everything is possible in life. In order to convince my friends that they are wrong to be cynical, it is decided: I am going to test the scenarios of my favorite romantic comedies in real life. What better way to prove that I’m right? Whether your favorite romantic comedy happens to be Serendipity, You’ve Got Mail, or Down with Love, it’s highly likely that I’ve tried them out, and that I can inform you about their effectiveness. To begin with, I choose Clueless, the most timeless of romantic comedies. After all, I could use some good karma, and to find love for my sister or my best friend seems like a good start to me. Follow me, and who knows—maybe you too, will be inspired to find your own happy ending. EXCERPT 1 Matt takes us to a nice bistro and he recommends that we taste the grilled chicken. The truth is, I’m not very hungry, but I’m not going to show that I’m disturbed in front of his girlfriend, so I eat with a hearty appetite. “It’s great to see that rumors didn’t affect your appetite.” “Matt,” protests Elina, but I don’t give her the chance to defend me. I can manage by myself. “Let him talk. I’m used to it. It would be good, however, if you’d tell me what you’re scheming.” “You said you needed someone to sort out your reputation. What better way than being seen with my fiancée and me?” “Unless they now think that I’m after a rich man with a fiancée.” Elina bursts out with laughter. “I didn’t consider that,” chuckles Matt. “Do you think I should change my plans?” “I don’t think you should help me at all,” I whistle, although deep down I’m happy he took the time to defend me. On the other hand, there are two sides to every coin, and I’m not very happy about being forced to have lunch with his girlfriend. If only she were a bit unfriendly, then I’d feel less guilty about disliking her. EXCERPT 2 When we enter the room and I see Lisa, who has arrived despite my prayers, I feel immediately threatened. How is it possible that photos don’t do justice to someone? I always look prettier in photos because I try to take my picture when I’m at my best. But this girl, if in photos she’s beautiful, in real life she is … stunning. I feel Matt’s hand tighten on my shoulder. “Matt!” She pounces on him and kisses him on the lips. I didn’t know that an ex-fiancée had the right to do that. “Lisa, nice to see you again.” Matt puts his hand on her arm, which I don’t think is necessary either. “Erin.” I’m not sure that the way he says my name indicates any particular attachment between us. “This is Lisa. Lisa, this is Erin.” Not my girlfriend, nothing, just Erin. I take her hand and I am of course delighted to meet her. “Matt told me all about you.” “Everything? Really?” She turns towards Matt to play the couple who has secrets to share. Maybe I don’t go out with men often, but I’ve seen so many romantic movies that I know all the ruses an ex-girlfriend can use. “Oh, I’m certain that even if he didn’t already tell me everything, he will sooner or later. Matt can’t resist my interrogation methods.” If she wants to play this game, I can, too. Matt tightens his grip on my hand; I bet that it isn’t to show that he’s proud of me. I remind you that you have no right to be possessive, you aren’t really dating Matt, whispers my voice of reason.


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I’m Erin and I simply adore romantic comedies. Whether it be When Harry Met Sally, Two Weeks Notice or Roman Holiday, they all make me dream and believe that everything is possible in life. In order to convince my friends that they are wrong to be cynical, it is decided: I am going to test the scenarios of my favorite romantic comedies in real life. What better way to prov I’m Erin and I simply adore romantic comedies. Whether it be When Harry Met Sally, Two Weeks Notice or Roman Holiday, they all make me dream and believe that everything is possible in life. In order to convince my friends that they are wrong to be cynical, it is decided: I am going to test the scenarios of my favorite romantic comedies in real life. What better way to prove that I’m right? Whether your favorite romantic comedy happens to be Serendipity, You’ve Got Mail, or Down with Love, it’s highly likely that I’ve tried them out, and that I can inform you about their effectiveness. To begin with, I choose Clueless, the most timeless of romantic comedies. After all, I could use some good karma, and to find love for my sister or my best friend seems like a good start to me. Follow me, and who knows—maybe you too, will be inspired to find your own happy ending. EXCERPT 1 Matt takes us to a nice bistro and he recommends that we taste the grilled chicken. The truth is, I’m not very hungry, but I’m not going to show that I’m disturbed in front of his girlfriend, so I eat with a hearty appetite. “It’s great to see that rumors didn’t affect your appetite.” “Matt,” protests Elina, but I don’t give her the chance to defend me. I can manage by myself. “Let him talk. I’m used to it. It would be good, however, if you’d tell me what you’re scheming.” “You said you needed someone to sort out your reputation. What better way than being seen with my fiancée and me?” “Unless they now think that I’m after a rich man with a fiancée.” Elina bursts out with laughter. “I didn’t consider that,” chuckles Matt. “Do you think I should change my plans?” “I don’t think you should help me at all,” I whistle, although deep down I’m happy he took the time to defend me. On the other hand, there are two sides to every coin, and I’m not very happy about being forced to have lunch with his girlfriend. If only she were a bit unfriendly, then I’d feel less guilty about disliking her. EXCERPT 2 When we enter the room and I see Lisa, who has arrived despite my prayers, I feel immediately threatened. How is it possible that photos don’t do justice to someone? I always look prettier in photos because I try to take my picture when I’m at my best. But this girl, if in photos she’s beautiful, in real life she is … stunning. I feel Matt’s hand tighten on my shoulder. “Matt!” She pounces on him and kisses him on the lips. I didn’t know that an ex-fiancée had the right to do that. “Lisa, nice to see you again.” Matt puts his hand on her arm, which I don’t think is necessary either. “Erin.” I’m not sure that the way he says my name indicates any particular attachment between us. “This is Lisa. Lisa, this is Erin.” Not my girlfriend, nothing, just Erin. I take her hand and I am of course delighted to meet her. “Matt told me all about you.” “Everything? Really?” She turns towards Matt to play the couple who has secrets to share. Maybe I don’t go out with men often, but I’ve seen so many romantic movies that I know all the ruses an ex-girlfriend can use. “Oh, I’m certain that even if he didn’t already tell me everything, he will sooner or later. Matt can’t resist my interrogation methods.” If she wants to play this game, I can, too. Matt tightens his grip on my hand; I bet that it isn’t to show that he’s proud of me. I remind you that you have no right to be possessive, you aren’t really dating Matt, whispers my voice of reason.

30 review for My romantic comedy - Once upon a time (Book 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Regina

    Sorry to say, not my cup of tea. :( While I'm not a big fan of books written in first person present, I decided to give this story a chance because I liked the premise. Though like other reviewers, I am not overly familiar with all the movies referenced, so I didn't get why some things happened the way they did. Also, I did not like the heroine or her friends very much. Especially Erin came across as superficial, arrogant and whiny, and I didn't much care if she found her perfect match in the en Sorry to say, not my cup of tea. :( While I'm not a big fan of books written in first person present, I decided to give this story a chance because I liked the premise. Though like other reviewers, I am not overly familiar with all the movies referenced, so I didn't get why some things happened the way they did. Also, I did not like the heroine or her friends very much. Especially Erin came across as superficial, arrogant and whiny, and I didn't much care if she found her perfect match in the end or not. Plus, the girls all sounded so much alike that I had trouble figuring out who said what. I started skimming the chapters at about 25%, and stopped reading entirely at about 40%. I'm not sure I want to read other books by this author. Maybe if they are about other characters, but more in this series? I'd rather not. EDIT: Typo.

  2. 4 out of 5

    vicki

    Really Really what a way to end a story, I don't remember having read a book lately that ends so dumb. Really Really what a way to end a story, I don't remember having read a book lately that ends so dumb.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Audrey

    This book is about a woman, Erin, who wants to find her soul mate. Of course given Erin's love for romantic comedy films she decided to find the man of her dreams by following the plots of her favorite movies. When I first reading this book short few hours ago, I have no idea of what I'll face right this moment. A wanting, longing to finish the whole series and find out if Erin's going to be withe man of her dream or not. But we'll get into that soon. Anyway, in this story I was introduced to man This book is about a woman, Erin, who wants to find her soul mate. Of course given Erin's love for romantic comedy films she decided to find the man of her dreams by following the plots of her favorite movies. When I first reading this book short few hours ago, I have no idea of what I'll face right this moment. A wanting, longing to finish the whole series and find out if Erin's going to be withe man of her dream or not. But we'll get into that soon. Anyway, in this story I was introduced to many characters but of course the most important ones would be our quirky, weird heroine Erin, her sister Julie, her best-friend Carrie, her brother Luke and two other men who becomes parts of his life and of course there were a lot others but these are the people that are important in her life. It might be confusing to read a book with many characters and top it off, a 1st person's p.o.v and changeable by the very end of each chapter that alternates with other characters' thoughts. But I don't find it confusing because through this way, I actually sees a 3 stories in a book and personally, I find myself hooked! Each character have a different personalities yet in a way makes me think that they matched each other so well. While I might have felt exasperated because Erin's too blinded to see that someone actually have been in her vision, I think it would have been bad to just serve the man of her dream in a platter just like that. Another thing I should account for is their thoughts on matters of love and life and decisions was inspiring even as their opinions differs from one another. It might seemed like a dragging story but to be honest, the way author's writing it, I find myself entertained throughout the book. Given that I love romantic comedy films, I loved the little references of my favorite movies in it. However, I must admit I haven't watch some of it. But I'll be watching those films next week! By the way, I can't believe it actually that I read this book in a single night and and of course have finished the second book before writing this review. Oh yeah, I rated this a near perfect 5 stars!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Atlanta Whitlock

    When I first read this book I instantly fell in love with it, I loved it that much that I had to go and read it a second time before I could go ahead and leave my review. Honestly, with this story it seems like a lot is happening, but in reality, it’s not. You can’t help but find yourself just being drawn into the story from the very first page, even the writing style is pretty good that you can help but want to follow it until the very end. I can’t seem to find any words to describe this book, When I first read this book I instantly fell in love with it, I loved it that much that I had to go and read it a second time before I could go ahead and leave my review. Honestly, with this story it seems like a lot is happening, but in reality, it’s not. You can’t help but find yourself just being drawn into the story from the very first page, even the writing style is pretty good that you can help but want to follow it until the very end. I can’t seem to find any words to describe this book, but I do know that I can’t wait to find out what happens in the next book, I’m hoping that it will be just as good as the first. This book is about a girl (Erin) who’s in her late 20’s but is searching for her soul mate because she believes that everyone is destined to find their forever love and live happily ever after. However, so far, she hasn’t succeeded in finding hers and after having one of her weekly catch ups with her sister (Julia) and best friend (Carrie) she chooses to challenge herself and wants to live life through movies but instead of sitting there and watching them and not doing anything, she chooses to embrace them and goes out to see if she can find her perfect ideal guy with the perfect romantic meeting….. But nothing seems to go according to plan as you can imagine.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shae

    Wordy Holy cow. This book keeps going but doesn't really have a lot to say. I'm incredibly frustrated with Erin, but then I imagine everyone around her is as well. I'll keep reading because I am curious to see how it ends, and because I don't have to buy the next book. I, myself, wouldn't purchase this book. It was super entertaining at first, but the story got tedious. Erin's unreasonable obsession with her ideal man, romance above all things, and perfection makes me want to scream. Her reluctanc Wordy Holy cow. This book keeps going but doesn't really have a lot to say. I'm incredibly frustrated with Erin, but then I imagine everyone around her is as well. I'll keep reading because I am curious to see how it ends, and because I don't have to buy the next book. I, myself, wouldn't purchase this book. It was super entertaining at first, but the story got tedious. Erin's unreasonable obsession with her ideal man, romance above all things, and perfection makes me want to scream. Her reluctance to not kissing frogs until she meets her prince is incredibly naive and unrealistic. Most of all, maybe I don't like Erin because I see a lot of her qualities in myself. Nothing like looking in a mirror to make you question your life. One more thing, where the hell does this take place?! I'm guessing the UK, but there are no context clues other than a London airport and living near a large body of water with a beach. It drives me mad that the main setting is always referred to as "my city." As if the location of a story has no bearing in imaging what everything looks like. It isn't the USA or Canada because characters visit there. But then, the characters talk about have 8 months of sandal weather, and I don't know much about the UK, but I'm pretty sure the weather there isn't so accommodating. Gah!!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melody

    This book was possibly the worst-edited book that I have ever read. It needs editing for grammar, punctuation, clarity, content, length. But the story idea started out fresh and fun, and it was amusing enough that I read it in spite of its oh-so-many shortcomings. I was overlooking so much bad punctuation and grammar, being confused about who was speaking, not knowing what the setting was, etc., that it made it easier to also overlook unrealistic things or other issues in the story or characters This book was possibly the worst-edited book that I have ever read. It needs editing for grammar, punctuation, clarity, content, length. But the story idea started out fresh and fun, and it was amusing enough that I read it in spite of its oh-so-many shortcomings. I was overlooking so much bad punctuation and grammar, being confused about who was speaking, not knowing what the setting was, etc., that it made it easier to also overlook unrealistic things or other issues in the story or characters, too. Ultimately, though, I didn't much care for the main character, and I didn't like the ending, which was rather abrupt, and it spoiled the enjoyment that I had had in the book. Disclaimer: I often read advance copies of books that have not had their editing completed. This book is not from where I get most of my ARCs, but I don't remember where I did acquire it from; when I went to read it on another device, I could not find it in my account. It is possible, therefore, though unlikely, especially because this was published seven years ago, that the edition of the book that I read was not a finished version. Either way, the editing was worse than the ARCs I usually read, too. Content: I think I remember some scattered profanity. There are no sex scenes, but the prevailing attitude of the book is that there is nothing wrong with sex outside of marriage.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kristen Lewendon

    I have to give this book credit for sucking me into the lives of these three women, although I wanted to love it so much more than I was able to. The blurb sounded so sweet and fun. And really, the first part of the book was just that. However, it quickly stopped being fun and became heavy and slow. And it felt like the female leads behaved as though they were a lot younger than they’re presented to be. Erin’s a difficult character to like, and I’m not proud to admit that I haven’t been able to I have to give this book credit for sucking me into the lives of these three women, although I wanted to love it so much more than I was able to. The blurb sounded so sweet and fun. And really, the first part of the book was just that. However, it quickly stopped being fun and became heavy and slow. And it felt like the female leads behaved as though they were a lot younger than they’re presented to be. Erin’s a difficult character to like, and I’m not proud to admit that I haven’t been able to achieve it yet. It’s told in the first person and Erin’s compulsive, neurotic need for perfection got to be too much in short order. I also found her to be overly judgemental and a bit hypocritical. I would have liked to have had the perspectives of the guys too. I adored Matt. He’s so sweet and fun, that I’m a little baffled by what he (or any of the other guys in her life) sees in Erin. I was able to understand why Erin does the things she does; her fears are almost palpable at times. On the other hand, I still so badly wanted to shake some sense into her. Erin may have driven me batty, but I I pretty much loved everyone else around her and I’m looking forward to seeing how the rest of the series plays out. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Slb

    I enjoyed this book much more than I thought I would, having read some similar and the ones that have so little story and more sex. The plot was good and her friends and her likable, add much to the story. Nice pace and smooth but I have to admit when all her group is listening to her discussing her ideal romance guy on an on, I was ready to say Grow up! Move On!, have some realistic goals like he puts the toilet seat down, puts dirty clothes in hamper, kisses when he leaves and comes home....et I enjoyed this book much more than I thought I would, having read some similar and the ones that have so little story and more sex. The plot was good and her friends and her likable, add much to the story. Nice pace and smooth but I have to admit when all her group is listening to her discussing her ideal romance guy on an on, I was ready to say Grow up! Move On!, have some realistic goals like he puts the toilet seat down, puts dirty clothes in hamper, kisses when he leaves and comes home....etc. Otherwise I was very satisfied. Another good book and I am eager to read more.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Janet Graham

    Yawn! This is an almost interesting story. It is all about finding that ‘perfect’ match. The characters over-analyze everything. It is almost like a Woody Allen film. There is some humor. There are a lot of very preachy moments – on society, shopping, and competition in business. I found it heavy, boring and not funny. I quit reading before the ending and have no intention of reading the next 2 books in the series.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lisa H

    A knowledge of romantic comedy movies would make this book more enjoyable but not necessary. The ending was odd (I had to go back and make sure I didn't skip a page or two) but in the kindle edition there was an excerpt from the next book so that fixed that! Erin was frustrating because she is a total hypocrite about so many things - especially the lying issue. But there are many people we know & love that act like this! A knowledge of romantic comedy movies would make this book more enjoyable but not necessary. The ending was odd (I had to go back and make sure I didn't skip a page or two) but in the kindle edition there was an excerpt from the next book so that fixed that! Erin was frustrating because she is a total hypocrite about so many things - especially the lying issue. But there are many people we know & love that act like this!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mary Pummill

    My Romantic Comedy: Once Upon a Time Book 1 Liked the book and the way you g involved in all the girls lives. The only problem I had was the little inserts when they talked about how they supposedly felt about one of the other men it was hard to figure which girl was doing the talking. Find it had to believe Erin can be so smart but so dumb in love at the same time but I guess that is what makes a story.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Vibliophile

    Fluffy fun This story has an interesting premise and engaging characters. While at times I felt like I just wanted to shake Erin and make her see the obvious, the romance adventures she had with her friends were still pretty fun. Like several other reviews mention, I'm not a fan of cliffhanger prompts. The writing here is good enough that, if this had been a 3 book series about Julia, Carrie, then Erin, fans would have followed without needing additional Incentivizing. Fluffy fun This story has an interesting premise and engaging characters. While at times I felt like I just wanted to shake Erin and make her see the obvious, the romance adventures she had with her friends were still pretty fun. Like several other reviews mention, I'm not a fan of cliffhanger prompts. The writing here is good enough that, if this had been a 3 book series about Julia, Carrie, then Erin, fans would have followed without needing additional Incentivizing.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lise

    I just couldn't get with this book. The main character was so egocentric and unrealistic in her expectations; she wasn't terribly sympathetic, at all. While I knew a good deal of the movies referenced, the premise will date the book in the future. There are already some comments stating a lack of comprehension due to the fact that readers hadn't seem the particular films mentioned. Finally, the whole "game" seemed so very juvenile. I just couldn't get with this book. The main character was so egocentric and unrealistic in her expectations; she wasn't terribly sympathetic, at all. While I knew a good deal of the movies referenced, the premise will date the book in the future. There are already some comments stating a lack of comprehension due to the fact that readers hadn't seem the particular films mentioned. Finally, the whole "game" seemed so very juvenile.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Robbie Norton

    This was one of the stories that at first I wasn't sure about but I couldn't put it down. I was always waiting to see what was going to happen next. I won't say that I wasn't disappointed that it was a continued storyline, because I was. But, I'm happy I got the next book and finished reading it. Now, I'm waiting for the third book in the trilogy by Mary Kelly. This was one of the stories that at first I wasn't sure about but I couldn't put it down. I was always waiting to see what was going to happen next. I won't say that I wasn't disappointed that it was a continued storyline, because I was. But, I'm happy I got the next book and finished reading it. Now, I'm waiting for the third book in the trilogy by Mary Kelly.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    At first I didn’t know if I was going to like this book. It’s very different then most I read. It took me a bit to get into but I so enjoyed reading. It plays of of romantic comedies and Erin trying to find the perfect match for herself. She does great but not for herself. It’s a clean romance and it has a lot of humor in it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brooke Williams

    No satisfaction It took me like six months to get through this book. It's obvious who she belongs with and yet we don't get to see that happen since the book cuts off. I'm okay with sequels and cliff hangers but this felt mid book. Cute romantic comedy idea but it dragged on. No satisfaction It took me like six months to get through this book. It's obvious who she belongs with and yet we don't get to see that happen since the book cuts off. I'm okay with sequels and cliff hangers but this felt mid book. Cute romantic comedy idea but it dragged on.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Caves

    Halmark Can definitely see this as a Hallmark movie of the week, with happily ever after waltzing through the background. Cute story, fast read, definitely for the romance reader in your life.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    I quit at 6%. I really hate the format and there's not much substance. I enjoy light-hearted books in between all of the books I read with much more serious material. Or as just plain stress relief. But this is bad. I quit at 6%. I really hate the format and there's not much substance. I enjoy light-hearted books in between all of the books I read with much more serious material. Or as just plain stress relief. But this is bad.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mary Lou Graff

    Never know what or who is talking! Nice thought. Jumps from one character to another. One persons thinking to another. One old movie to another old movie. See how long it takes you to figure out who's the friend, and who is the sister? Never know what or who is talking! Nice thought. Jumps from one character to another. One persons thinking to another. One old movie to another old movie. See how long it takes you to figure out who's the friend, and who is the sister?

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jag Sanghera

    Found this book incredibly hard to read. There were multiple times when I was ready to just give up but I wanted to know what would happen between Erin and Matt. Unfortunately my perseverance was all in vain.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Meryl

    Frustrating Oh my word, the female lead was super annoying!! I preferred her sister and her friend who came across as rational. Unfortunately, Erin is a ‘romantic’ with archaic and foolish expectations. I am not even tempted to read book 2 to see if she finds love.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dolores Marie Linthurst

    Wonderful Romance! I simply enjoyed reading this book! The correlation between couples just starting out to meet their ideal mate is wonderful! Can't wait to read the next in series! Wonderful Romance! I simply enjoyed reading this book! The correlation between couples just starting out to meet their ideal mate is wonderful! Can't wait to read the next in series!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sherry McWilliams

    A long read & the comedy part must have slipped by me without me noticing. The main character drove me nuts with her emotions changing every minute.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    Too long of a story-no interest in continuing the series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    R.N. Headlam

    A lighthearted and enjoyable romance book for someone who loves chic-flicks but in book form

  26. 5 out of 5

    Terry

    A teenage saga I think the author writes very well. She poured into this book everything it was too much. Unfortunately it didn't deliver more insight into the characters. It became too wordy and rather annoying. I believe the intention was to provide the reader a well rounded perspective. However it failed short. A teenage saga I think the author writes very well. She poured into this book everything it was too much. Unfortunately it didn't deliver more insight into the characters. It became too wordy and rather annoying. I believe the intention was to provide the reader a well rounded perspective. However it failed short.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Eva Ruff

    Kelly had a cute idea of making her character emulate romantic movies to find her own match. The character was developed well into a believable being but the supporting roles seemed a little light and, at times, confusing as to their reactions. I'm not quite sure I'm the only one who mixed up who was who. My biggest problem is that I have seen most of the movies referenced but not enough to know the nuances of each plot. Kelly did recap a couple but not all and I found myself really lost as to wh Kelly had a cute idea of making her character emulate romantic movies to find her own match. The character was developed well into a believable being but the supporting roles seemed a little light and, at times, confusing as to their reactions. I'm not quite sure I'm the only one who mixed up who was who. My biggest problem is that I have seen most of the movies referenced but not enough to know the nuances of each plot. Kelly did recap a couple but not all and I found myself really lost as to why events were moving as they did. It looks like she has an entire series but I really am not inclined to seek out any more. Sorry.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Joan GO

    Wow So I've been super busy and hasn't had much time to read this book in a day or two. It has taken me a week and now I just finished it and I'm freaking out because I must know how it ends. This book was hard to put down but life gets in the way especially in the summer. This is a must read!! Wow So I've been super busy and hasn't had much time to read this book in a day or two. It has taken me a week and now I just finished it and I'm freaking out because I must know how it ends. This book was hard to put down but life gets in the way especially in the summer. This is a must read!!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Marisol Jimenez

    The character was too self absorbed!!! It also read like a play instead of a novel. I'm not crazy about plays. The character was too self absorbed!!! It also read like a play instead of a novel. I'm not crazy about plays.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Amin

    I liked this one better than the first.

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