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Phoebe is caught between a rock and a hard place. Settle down and get married, or return to the French Alps to pursue her passion? Eliza is in love with someone who is no longer hers. In fact, he probably never was… And her dream of becoming a musician seems to be spiralling down the drain. Rose is out of a job and out of a boyfriend. To make matters worse, she’s been forc Phoebe is caught between a rock and a hard place. Settle down and get married, or return to the French Alps to pursue her passion? Eliza is in love with someone who is no longer hers. In fact, he probably never was… And her dream of becoming a musician seems to be spiralling down the drain. Rose is out of a job and out of a boyfriend. To make matters worse, she’s been forced to move back in with her mother… But these very different girls have one thing in common. Angus. The one they fell in love with…


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Phoebe is caught between a rock and a hard place. Settle down and get married, or return to the French Alps to pursue her passion? Eliza is in love with someone who is no longer hers. In fact, he probably never was… And her dream of becoming a musician seems to be spiralling down the drain. Rose is out of a job and out of a boyfriend. To make matters worse, she’s been forc Phoebe is caught between a rock and a hard place. Settle down and get married, or return to the French Alps to pursue her passion? Eliza is in love with someone who is no longer hers. In fact, he probably never was… And her dream of becoming a musician seems to be spiralling down the drain. Rose is out of a job and out of a boyfriend. To make matters worse, she’s been forced to move back in with her mother… But these very different girls have one thing in common. Angus. The one they fell in love with…

30 review for The One We Fell in Love With

  1. 4 out of 5

    Irena BookDustMagic

    Review to come this week.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Leah

    Paige Toon has been one of my favourite authors ever since I read Lucy in the Sky and I count those first four books - Lucy in the Sky, Chasing Daisy, Johnny Be Good & Pictures of Lily some of my favourite books, ever. But I wasn't so enamoured with the past few, if I'm being perfectly honest, so I was a bit dubious about reading The One We Fell In Love With, because I didn't want yet another love triangle book - or, in this case, a love quadrangle, if that's even a thing? But The One We Fell In Paige Toon has been one of my favourite authors ever since I read Lucy in the Sky and I count those first four books - Lucy in the Sky, Chasing Daisy, Johnny Be Good & Pictures of Lily some of my favourite books, ever. But I wasn't so enamoured with the past few, if I'm being perfectly honest, so I was a bit dubious about reading The One We Fell In Love With, because I didn't want yet another love triangle book - or, in this case, a love quadrangle, if that's even a thing? But The One We Fell In Love With is right up there with Lily, Johnny, Daisy and Lucy in terms of how amazing it was. It's like I fell right back in love with Paige Toon. The One We Fell In Love With seems to be a turning point for Paige Toon, as she takes a bit more serious approach to her novels and there isn't one point of view, there's three, identical triplets (which is a rare thing, apparently) Rose, Eliza, and Phoebe. It's all about how they fell in love with this guy Angus, but it's actually so much more than that, and I can't even mention half of it because you need to read this book with as little information as possible, because then you'll get the greatest reading experience. There was lots of talk on social media about some kind of big twist, which made me sad to hear because I didn't want to know, but knowing there was a twist coming didn't change a thing, because it absolutely blew me away. And to find out exactly what that twist is you'll have to go and read the book. Sorry. This is actually a hard review to write. Because I don't want to accidentally ruin anything. I will say that I loved the girls. Well, I loved Phoebe and Rose. Eliza was harder, because reasons. But each of their voices were strong, and for once, I loved all the points of view, instead of wanting to rush back to Phoebe or Rose or Eliza. Instead, I liked hearing what all the girls had to say. And I LOVED Toby. Oh man, did I love Toby. (And yes, you'll notice I didn't say I loved Angus). To me, Angus was just there, it wasn't really HIS story, it was the girls story (to me, anyway) and I never really felt anything for him (sorry Angus). This truly was an amazing read, deserving of all the praise heaped upon it by Marian Keyes and Giovanna Fletcher, to name the two authors quoted on the book itself. I can't believe it's Paige's tenth novel, mind, it seems like only yesterday I was reading (and loving!) Lucy In The Sky. In fact, I'm desperate to re-read those earlier books. Pictures of Lily has been calling my name for weeks. The One We Fell In Love With was delightful. I've fallen back in love with Paige's writing completely, and I'm so glad I took the plunge and bought the book, because it was stunning. One of the finest books I've read this year, for sure. It'll take a lot to top this book, I'm telling you. It hit me in all the right places, and it's a book that just has to be read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Aj the Ravenous Reader

    Well, hello there little book! You are extremely unexpected. I didn't know I'll be in an emotional rollercoaster ride with this one. I have read one other book by Paige Toon but it was enough to make me read more. After The One We Fell in Love with, I'm thinking about adding Paige Toon in my list of auto-buy authors. I didn't realize when I read the premise of this novel about three girls falling for the same guy, Angus or Gus, that the girls were identical triplets. I was completely taken aback Well, hello there little book! You are extremely unexpected. I didn't know I'll be in an emotional rollercoaster ride with this one. I have read one other book by Paige Toon but it was enough to make me read more. After The One We Fell in Love with, I'm thinking about adding Paige Toon in my list of auto-buy authors. I didn't realize when I read the premise of this novel about three girls falling for the same guy, Angus or Gus, that the girls were identical triplets. I was completely taken aback after reading just the first two pages. It brought the concept to a whole new, completely twisted and very emotional level. And it helps that Ms. Toon writes so well. She makes the three girls so distinct from one another, you wouldn't have any trouble distinguishing which one is which. In fact, I made a distinguishing method myself and decided to match them with the three female Friends characters. Phoebe is like the Rachel of the three. Always perfect, affable, charming, and gets what she wants. Rose is Monica because she is always organized, a bit obsessed about cleanliness, and always generous. As the story puts it, she's always the giver, not the taker. And Eliza is like Phoebe, who seems just to go with the flow, without any serious professional direction. In fact she even busks like Phoebe. She seems like a toughie on the outside but like Angus puts it, it seems like she's the one needing protection the most. The story brilliantly captured what it's like to live as a triplet, all the pros and the cons. It was a really wonderful experience reading the mind of each girl and it's so easy to empathize with each of them although my personal favorite is Eliza. What I least expected was the twist to the plot. I was like Woah! It was really so clever, so heartbreaking, so surprising and yet seems necessary to the plot of the story. The story ended so well, I could cry a tear or two.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    What a beautiful story. Paige Toon has done it again... She manages to make me feel so many emotions in every one of her books, laughter and tears. I was really quite shocked about half way through this story, I had to go back and see if I'd missed something, but no, it was intended to be that way and it certainly was a massive shock. I loved this book, fell in love with all of the characters and it kept me wanting to know more, especially after the massive surprise halfway through! It was then t What a beautiful story. Paige Toon has done it again... She manages to make me feel so many emotions in every one of her books, laughter and tears. I was really quite shocked about half way through this story, I had to go back and see if I'd missed something, but no, it was intended to be that way and it certainly was a massive shock. I loved this book, fell in love with all of the characters and it kept me wanting to know more, especially after the massive surprise halfway through! It was then that I couldn't put it down and put aside much needed sleep to keep reading... Can't keep my eyes open now, but hey, it was well worth it!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anja

    Where did good old Paige Toon go? Where did those typical chic lit stories go? I don't know about 'the sun in her eyes', because I haven't read that yet (maybe because it didn't sound chic lit-y enough already? I'm not sure), but 'the one we fell in love with' was not how I wanted it to be. I don't know.. OK, so the story follows Phoebe, Rose and Eliza, who are identical triplets. At some point Angus enters the picture by moving in next to them. He's the one they all fell in love with. Over the c Where did good old Paige Toon go? Where did those typical chic lit stories go? I don't know about 'the sun in her eyes', because I haven't read that yet (maybe because it didn't sound chic lit-y enough already? I'm not sure), but 'the one we fell in love with' was not how I wanted it to be. I don't know.. OK, so the story follows Phoebe, Rose and Eliza, who are identical triplets. At some point Angus enters the picture by moving in next to them. He's the one they all fell in love with. Over the course of the story we get to know every sister and Angus and how they each build up an individual relationship with him. Now there might be some spoilers, so be warned. Obviously, one of the three girls becomes Angus' girlfriend and later even his fiancée. At some point it is clear that Angus has been (or is) in love with two of the three sisters (OK?) and his fiancée knew that and was OK with it (wtf?). Also, this fiancée spends her hen week in the French Alps where she'd worked in her early twenties or something. Back then, she met a guy called Remy and fell in love with him (because she was on a break with Angus). Right. What are those people? One seems to fall back in love with someone she met ten years ago or whatever. During her hen week. Why would she go away alone anyway? For that long? Such bullshit was bound to happen in my opinion. The next one also loves two different people at the same time, while almost marrying one of them. I never understand how anyone can be such a shitface. How unfair is it to marry someone when you're in love with someone else? Her sister, for that matter. Stupid. I didn't really like the story until this point, which had also to do with the Alps. I mean it was not the storys' main setting or something but I just didn't like it. I don't want to read anything about snowy mountains or climbing or icy grottos. Then there was this BIG change of the story. I really, absolutely did not see that coming. I thought it would get more interesting after that, or more... cute, maybe just a bit nicer, but it didn't. Not really. I probably even like the 'after' part less than the 'before' part. The end was very cute, I'd say, but it didn't really make up for all this other boring (mountain) / stupid (shagging / loving various sisters) stuff before. I honestly don't know why everyone loves this book SO much. No idea. OK, so that twist was very unexpected and nice and everything, but... no. Just no. I miss the old Paige Toon stories. Maybe she 'grew up' or something and her stories won't be that girly anymore. I would not approve of that. Still, it wasn't bad enough for only three stars. What a shame. Maybe it's 3.5 stars for me.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nina

    Overall, I think I have to say that this book just wasn't for me. It was confusing and kind of boring and there were moments when I had to force myself to not give up on it. I'm pretty sad about that because Paige Toon is one of my all-time favorite authors and out of the 11 books I've read by her so far, this is the first one that I can barely say anything positive about. What I usually love the most about her books is that they're always such quick reads and allow me to just get lost in the st Overall, I think I have to say that this book just wasn't for me. It was confusing and kind of boring and there were moments when I had to force myself to not give up on it. I'm pretty sad about that because Paige Toon is one of my all-time favorite authors and out of the 11 books I've read by her so far, this is the first one that I can barely say anything positive about. What I usually love the most about her books is that they're always such quick reads and allow me to just get lost in the story for a couple of hours but with "The One We Fell in Love with" that just wasn't the case. I didn't feel connected to any of the characters which I think was sometimes due to the fact that many characters just weren't likable at all but also because this book was written from three different POVs. It was just kind of confusing and even in the second half of the book I still kept mixing them up sometimes which I think stopped me from connecting to any of the three main characters. That's why the "big plot twist" towards the middle of the book didn't really affect me at all. At that time I was also still trying to figure out what was actually going on in the lives of the three main characters because about 50 pages prior to the plot twist, the book had apparently jumped a year into the future. Unfortunately, that fact wasn't mentioned and it was simply said that the second part of the book was starting now. I was super confused about that and just kept feeling like I had missed something very important which didn't make my reading experience any better and almost made me give up on the book. So all in all, I just kind of want to forget about the fact that there's actually a book by Paige Toon that I didn't really like and want to move on to the next book. But I still have to say that this by far isn't the worst novel I've ever read. There are two positive things I can say about it. The first one is that Rose and Toby's relationship was cute and kind of made up for the fact that I just couldn't have cared less about any of the other couples. And even though the plot twist itself didn't affect me at first, some of the events that took place at the end of the book as a result of the plot twist actually made me quite emotional. Just thinking about the possibility of something like the plot twist happening to me in real life actually resulted in me being on the verge of tears. Based on all my thoughts on this book, I literally just didn't know what to rate this book. So I decided to rate it based on what Goodreads says about the star ratings. According to them, two stars mean "it was ok" and that's pretty much the first thing I thought after finishing the book and having thought about it for a little. So two stars it is.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. !!!!!!!MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD SO DON'T READ THIS REVIEW IF YOU DON'T WANT SPOILERS!!!!!!!!! ARGH! I wanted to love this so much but I just didn't. It didn't feel like a Paige Toon novel to me...I didn't feel like I was engulfed into the story and the characters weren't particularly engaging which is SO unusual as Paige is one of my favourite authors! Also, that twist just was such a downer for me...it was like here's a love triangle (which could have been SO well explored and involved so much tens !!!!!!!MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD SO DON'T READ THIS REVIEW IF YOU DON'T WANT SPOILERS!!!!!!!!! ARGH! I wanted to love this so much but I just didn't. It didn't feel like a Paige Toon novel to me...I didn't feel like I was engulfed into the story and the characters weren't particularly engaging which is SO unusual as Paige is one of my favourite authors! Also, that twist just was such a downer for me...it was like here's a love triangle (which could have been SO well explored and involved so much tension, angst etc) but instead it was like...love triangle, one of the members of the love triangle dies. Voila, guess who gets the guy... I was hoping this book would be about three triplets in love with the same man but, well, it wasn't. It was one who was in 'friendly' love with him, one who was engaged to him and then dies and then one who was the 'first' to love him who ends up getting him. And tbh I didn't really care about Angus anyway...was he really that special?! He just felt a bit flat and so boring compared to the other men in Paige's novels. Perhaps it was the multiple viewpoints that threw me off a little too as I didn't get to warm to each character enough...I didn't really care about Rose, Eliza annoyed me and I wasn't given a chance to hear from Pheobe as much as I wanted to. Perhaps I just read this book at the wrong time for me. Hmmm, I don't know! I really really love Paige and her writing so I will definitely be picking up her future books but am just not so keen on this one...sorry!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bianca

    Three identical triplet sisters, Phoebe, Eliza and Rose, fall in the love with the same boy, their next door neighbour, Angus. This is the premise of this novel. I must say I had no expectations as I had no idea what it was about, but I was hoping it'd be light and, of course, enjoyable. And it sure was. I thought the story was done very well, with alternate points-of-view from the three sisters and a little bit from Angus. Paige Toon delivered a heartfelt story, with all very loveable characters. Three identical triplet sisters, Phoebe, Eliza and Rose, fall in the love with the same boy, their next door neighbour, Angus. This is the premise of this novel. I must say I had no expectations as I had no idea what it was about, but I was hoping it'd be light and, of course, enjoyable. And it sure was. I thought the story was done very well, with alternate points-of-view from the three sisters and a little bit from Angus. Paige Toon delivered a heartfelt story, with all very loveable characters. Angus is swoon worthy and all that. The sisters, although identical, are very different as far as their personalities and choices are concerned. Yet, they all liked the same boy/man. I can't say too much as I don't want to spoil it for you. I'll sum it up by saying I really enjoyed it, and I was pleasantly surprised to be surprised by one major turn in the story. I'll definitely keep the name Paige Toon on my "to read more by this author" list, as I found her writing style, the plot development and characters quite appealing and very well done. I've received this novel via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. Many thanks to Simon & Schuster for allowing me to read and review this advanced reading copy. Cover: 4 stars

  9. 4 out of 5

    Simona

    New year, new Paige Toon book! This is actually one of the highlights in my book blogging year. This year is even more special, because it’s her 10th novel (not counting her YA books). Paige really surprised me with this book, it’s unexpected and unique and I mean that all in a good way!!! The story follows triplets: Phoebe, Rose and Eliza, they all fell for the same guy. When they were 17 years old Angus moved in next door. Phoebe saw him first, but did she really?! Well they got together, but al New year, new Paige Toon book! This is actually one of the highlights in my book blogging year. This year is even more special, because it’s her 10th novel (not counting her YA books). Paige really surprised me with this book, it’s unexpected and unique and I mean that all in a good way!!! The story follows triplets: Phoebe, Rose and Eliza, they all fell for the same guy. When they were 17 years old Angus moved in next door. Phoebe saw him first, but did she really?! Well they got together, but also Eliza and Rose fell for him. Life goes on… All three women are lovely and first I really liked Phoebe, but then I got to like Rose even more and I also really warmed up to Eliza, she even was my fave in the end. They are triplets, but aside from the look they couldn’t not be more different. Their personalities and interests are unique and all of them went into a totally different direction. Paige found a great way to include all their feelings, she switched perspectives in the chapters. We found out a lot about their past and how it all developed with Angus. We can read about Rose and her struggles in both life and with love, we hear about Eliza and her passion for music and Phoebe’s passion for the mountains. Diary entries make this whole process even more exciting. A sudden event changes all their lives and I was shocked as well. Rose comes back home and Eliza has difficulties controlling her feelings. What all three sisters go through is intense and hard. Next to Angus we also meet other male characters. I have to be honest, I didn’t really warm up to Angus, he was just there all the time. Who I really liked as a character was Toby and I think he adds a great touch to the story (I can’t tell you more here, I would spoil it, so just go and read the book!!!). It was adorable to read about the relationship between the sisters, at first they seemed really distant, but that changed and I was really happy about that. It feels like they went through an important journey in this book, learning about love, heartache, family and much more. Of course Paige didn’t disappoint me with previous characters having an appearance again, I just love this about her books. Like a lot of people, I thought this was going to be a book about three women fighting for the same man, but no it’s not! It’s a lot more than that, a touching story with a deep meaning. Paige but herself on a whole new level with that! I can’t stop thinking about the story and how clever the idea behind it is. Her writing adds a lot of sparks to the storyline and creates a beautiful atmosphere. In the end you just want all three to be happy and I think Paige created a perfect storyline, with well lined out characters, a lot of passion, beautiful writing and a wonderful ambiance.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bookphenomena (Micky)

    DNF @ 30% unrated Sorry to those to whom this is a beloved book but I am not able to find the motivation to cope with a triangle on a triangle on a triangle - triplets and one man, decades...you lot are braver than me.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shaikha Alahmad

    WHY IS THIS BOOK SO UNDERRATED? This is one of the GREATEST chick-lit books I've read in a while! It shook me, broke me and made my heart all warm and happy again! 😢 I admit I didn't expect myself to love this so much but I DO. BRAVO, Paige Toon! ❤️ WHY IS THIS BOOK SO UNDERRATED? This is one of the GREATEST chick-lit books I've read in a while! It shook me, broke me and made my heart all warm and happy again! 😢 I admit I didn't expect myself to love this so much but I DO. BRAVO, Paige Toon! ❤️

  12. 4 out of 5

    Albertina

    This book was exactly what I needed. It follows the story of the triplets Phoebe, Rose and Eliza who all, at the age of seventeen, fall for their drop dead gorgeous neighbour Angus. But Angus doesn't exist in two more copies and cannot clone himself which means that only one of the sisters can have him. The story jumps back and forth in time as secrets are being revealed, and the reader is introduced to the 10 years time that has passed since the sisters all fell in love with Angus; everyone has t This book was exactly what I needed. It follows the story of the triplets Phoebe, Rose and Eliza who all, at the age of seventeen, fall for their drop dead gorgeous neighbour Angus. But Angus doesn't exist in two more copies and cannot clone himself which means that only one of the sisters can have him. The story jumps back and forth in time as secrets are being revealed, and the reader is introduced to the 10 years time that has passed since the sisters all fell in love with Angus; everyone has their own story with him and it's hard to believe it but it somehow works. Inevitably two will be hurt, and the relationship between the sisters is strained due to Angus. Their lives are so centered on this one incident that forever changed their lives; Angues changed everything between them and 10 years later they still find themselves thinking about him. Well, it could be due to the fact that he is marrying Phoebe. What happens next comes as a total surprise for everyone I think. The three sisters are extremely different from each other, and all in different stages of their lives despite being the same age. It was saddening to see how they cut off all communication between each other because of a boy, and to then read about how much they missed each other but not wanting to step on their own pride they refrained from telling one another. Phoebe was the one that both Rose and Eliza liked the most, they felt like she was the one keeping them all together. This story was a rollercoaster, and I enjoyed every second of it! At the same time as it tugs on your heartstrings and sometimes threatens to wrench your heart out of your thorax, it makes you smile and laugh and feel good. I really loved it and only found the book by "accident" as I was skimming the bookshelves of the bookstore for something spontaneous and I found The one we fell in love with. One thing that I come to think of is that it at times was really difficult to understand at what time something was happening, as the story jumped back and forth. A particular twist had me very confused because I didn't understand when it had occurred, there was no mentioning of it earlier and so it would've been beneficial if the author had written the year of each chapter. I'm really glad I found this book because like I said in the beginning, it was exactly what I needed at the moment.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Danni The Girl

    This is not a book I would have bought myself, but I am really glad I read it! Its your typical complicated love story, but I just felt the emotions and feelings that were portrayed were so well written, I genuinely felt what the characters were feeling. There was a lot of heart break in this story so be warned! Triplet girls fall in love with the same guy. It sounds messy and it is. I really liked the character development in this story. Each person had their own views and values, which is not This is not a book I would have bought myself, but I am really glad I read it! Its your typical complicated love story, but I just felt the emotions and feelings that were portrayed were so well written, I genuinely felt what the characters were feeling. There was a lot of heart break in this story so be warned! Triplet girls fall in love with the same guy. It sounds messy and it is. I really liked the character development in this story. Each person had their own views and values, which is not always portrayed in stories, I felt I knew each character well, so when it came towards the end, I was completely absorbed in the characters and their feelings. I think everyone could relate to these feelings in the book. It isn’t just about love, there is loss, feeling left out, feeling alone, wanting to be loved, wanting to better yourself as a person. I feel like there are a lot of emotions in this book that people do not openly talk about it, and in this book I didn’t feel alone in those thoughts, and I think in parts, made it so relatable to me. My favourite character was Toby, he is definitely the kind of person I would get on with in real life. It is another love story, but I am a sucker for a long story, and towards the end it really stole my heart. I loved it!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Daphne

    This books simultaneously made me laugh, made me cry and gasp out in shock. What a rollercoaster ride but wow I loved it!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Originally Posted on Rachalesreads.com Obviously it should go without saying that I was excited for this book. It’s no secret that Paige Toon is my favourite author and has been since I first read ‘Lucy in the Sky’ back when it was released in 2007. When I received her new book at the spring blogger event, I was beyond excited. When the cover was revealed I fell even more in love. The premise of this book is fascinating. It’s unusual enough to read about triplets, but add a mutual love interest a Originally Posted on Rachalesreads.com Obviously it should go without saying that I was excited for this book. It’s no secret that Paige Toon is my favourite author and has been since I first read ‘Lucy in the Sky’ back when it was released in 2007. When I received her new book at the spring blogger event, I was beyond excited. When the cover was revealed I fell even more in love. The premise of this book is fascinating. It’s unusual enough to read about triplets, but add a mutual love interest and things are bound to get even more interesting. Phoebe, Rose and Eliza may be identical in looks but are far from the same in personality. Phoebe is kind hearted and adventurous, Rose smart and sensible and Eliza creative and more of a free spirit. This is Paige’s first book where the story is told through multiple viewpoints. Each triplet was distinctive in their voice as you get to know each person separately, reading about their lives and their inner thoughts. Instantly relatable, each one captures and kept my attention so that I couldn’t stop reading, even if I had wanted to. Phoebe is everyone’s favourite twin, the glue that holds Rose and Eliza’s temperamental relationship together. They would both do anything to make her happy, and she has some shine to her that I warmed to her instantly. However she has some unrest in her mind, and has a feeling a trip to back to Chamonix, where she spent much of her gap year many years ago will help help her. Rose is the triplet I related to the most. She can come across as uptight but I think it’s her desire to ‘obey the rules’, worried bathings will happen otherwise and also she wants to please everyone and it all somehow translates to almost self righteousness but she never means it that way. During the book she takes a job no one expects her to, working the front counter of a bakery whilst coming from a nursing background is quitter a change, especially as she loves caring for people, however it’s clear she needed time away from the stresses and it seemed the perfect opportunity. This assed with the younger and fun-loving Toby, it really catalysts Rose coming into her own. Whilst she seems the most ‘grown-up’ of the triplets, she’s perhaps the one that’s most lost as to who she is. Eliza is the youngest triplet and despite it being by minutes, at times you can tell. She is the most sensitive one. I imagine she felt a little left out, as Phoebe was closest to their dad, and Rose to her mum. So while her exterior might be tough and carefree on the inside she is struggling, while she knows who she is, there is a lot of guilt inside her and can’t really confide in anyone. Now onto Angus, the object of all of their affections. Towards the start I was a bit wary, I am not sure why, he was obviously handsome, but there was something I still can’t quite put my finger on why, but I wasn’t sure. However this quickly dissipated as I got to know him. He was soon coming across as the funny, charming and genuinely thoughtful hero you expect from a Paige Toon book Once again Paige has written a book I cant recommend enough. It’s utterly fantastic and I’m having debates with myself if this may have dethroned Chasing Daisy as my favourite book by Paige Toon (though think the F1 setting and Luis might just be winning it for Chasing Daisy so far). It dials up the emotion on her previous books, meaning that had me thinking about it love after finishing it. Book gratefully received from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

  16. 4 out of 5

    Vicki Bowles

    Thank you so much to the author and Simon & Schuster UK for the very lovely proof copy. I am privileged! Oh swoon! Get your tissues ready, and be prepared to howl with anguish/laughter/anger/laughter. Sibling rivalry is rampant in the Thomson family. Triplets who are only identical in looks, and in their taste in men - one man in particular. In every other way they are dramatically different. No one can say no to Phoebe, nor do they want to; Rose is sometimes 'prickly' but practical, and Eliza is Thank you so much to the author and Simon & Schuster UK for the very lovely proof copy. I am privileged! Oh swoon! Get your tissues ready, and be prepared to howl with anguish/laughter/anger/laughter. Sibling rivalry is rampant in the Thomson family. Triplets who are only identical in looks, and in their taste in men - one man in particular. In every other way they are dramatically different. No one can say no to Phoebe, nor do they want to; Rose is sometimes 'prickly' but practical, and Eliza is the rock chick who hasn't found her place yet. I think she is my favourite, as she seems so often to be on the outside of her sisters, who are very close. And they are all in love with Angus (so am I!). The story does flit between timelines, which I did find a little hard to keep up with, but that was probably because sometimes I had to read a couple of chapters at a time, so I lost the thread a little. It was still great to read, and when I was able to read it in bigger chunks, I was totally immersed in the story and the characters. I have to confess I kind of guessed what was happening later in the book, but only cos I am such a drama queen myself, and I'm always looking for what could happen. It was written with a good deal of sympathy, and I really felt for poor Angus. Toby is adorable too, even if his method of transport is a skateboard! Watching as the characters learn more about themselves and reconcile their differences, is fascinating. It's another fabulous story from Paige Toon, who is now one of my favourite authors.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jule

    Oh wow. It never took me more than 2 days to read one of Paige's novels, but right now I'm kinda glad life got in the way and forced me to read a little slower. I loved the beginning of the book. Most of part I was fantastic and when part II started I was seriously confused and kept going back a few pages, because I thought I'd missed something. But I didn't. I just wasn't able to read all the clues before. There were a few slower parts in the middle, but the ending was incredible. I didn't care Oh wow. It never took me more than 2 days to read one of Paige's novels, but right now I'm kinda glad life got in the way and forced me to read a little slower. I loved the beginning of the book. Most of part I was fantastic and when part II started I was seriously confused and kept going back a few pages, because I thought I'd missed something. But I didn't. I just wasn't able to read all the clues before. There were a few slower parts in the middle, but the ending was incredible. I didn't care too much about Angus in the end. It was all about the triplets. And Toby. And Nathan. And a few tears. Thanks for this gem, Paige!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Chile Chile

    The storyline was quite catchy and was worth reading, but it did not engage me so much as "Pictures of Lily" or "One Perfect Summer". I wondered why and came to the conclusion, that the book lacked its usual Paige Toon like "edginess" and subtlety. I did not feel what heroines felt, I was just told about it, I could not fall for the hero(es?), I was told that the girls did. I think that there was too much wallowing, dragging in one topic and too little action in between, too few unknown people a The storyline was quite catchy and was worth reading, but it did not engage me so much as "Pictures of Lily" or "One Perfect Summer". I wondered why and came to the conclusion, that the book lacked its usual Paige Toon like "edginess" and subtlety. I did not feel what heroines felt, I was just told about it, I could not fall for the hero(es?), I was told that the girls did. I think that there was too much wallowing, dragging in one topic and too little action in between, too few unknown people around, to wonder what next...

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nessa

    This was a lovely story, thoroughly enjoyable. I loved reading about the triplets getting to know them and discovering their lives. The story did switch from past to present and then a year a head which was slightly confusing in places as there was no warning about the switch within the story. Despite this I would still recommend her book. :-)

  20. 4 out of 5

    Karen Whittard

    I did like this book I really wanted to that's why I persisted to read it all but I didn't find it engaging. I didn't care for the characters I found Angus annoying and deceiving and I didn't like the sisters. I did like this book I really wanted to that's why I persisted to read it all but I didn't find it engaging. I didn't care for the characters I found Angus annoying and deceiving and I didn't like the sisters.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Gemma Cheetham

    Another brill Paige Toon read, I’m so glad I found this author. In a world of uncertainty they really are a drop of sunshine ☀️ I loved the characters and the storyline and it even surprised me around half way with something I wasn’t expecting. I would highly recommend this one along with all the others ❤️

  22. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte Jones

    A thoroughly lovely, easy feel good read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    *4.5 stars* Paige Toon continues to be one of my very favourite authors. I love her stories.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Zuzana

    I absolutely loved, loved, LOVED this book ! I feel in love it from the first words on the first page and my love grew as I read on ! What a beautiful take on many different types of love, loss, sisterly bonds, crossing barriers and finding happily-ever-after when you think you never be able to !

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kayleigh {K-Books}

    The One We Fell in Love With Review on K-Books The One We Fell in Love With is another one of Paige Toon's books that has been sat on my shelf for so so long before I actually picked it up to read and I am now kicking myself for not reading this one sooner. The One We Fell in Love With is so different to other Paige Toon books but for all the right reasons. I have always been in love with Paige's book since her debut because of their fun, beautiful and romantic stories that are amazingly girly an The One We Fell in Love With Review on K-Books The One We Fell in Love With is another one of Paige Toon's books that has been sat on my shelf for so so long before I actually picked it up to read and I am now kicking myself for not reading this one sooner. The One We Fell in Love With is so different to other Paige Toon books but for all the right reasons. I have always been in love with Paige's book since her debut because of their fun, beautiful and romantic stories that are amazingly girly and although this one has all of those aspects it is emotional and heartwrenching at the same time which gave this book just another beautiful layer that her previous books doesn't have. I loved every second of it. The One We Fell in Love With follows three identical triplets, Phoebe, Rose and Eliza. They have always been different people as much as they look alike but one thing they have in common is Angus. The boy that all three of them fell in love with. All three of them have dilemmas in their life but can they come together after a tragedy? And can Angus bring them together or will he tear them apart? I absolutely loved this book. What a stunningly emotional read. For the first time ever I cried reading a Paige Toon book. This book just has so much emotion running through it I will seriously doubt if you have a heart if you can read this book without shedding a tear. One of the things I adored the most about this book is that running theme of sisterhood throughout it. All of Paige's books have this amazing romance going on but while that happens in this book I feel like it is more of a back burner to the relationships between the sisters and it was amazing to read about and experience and it made me love this book even more. It made me laugh, cry and it broke my heart before putting it back together again. It was such a phenomenal read. The One We Fell in Love With is one of the most emotional, sad, moving and uplifting books I have read in so long. It was absolutely stunning and I loved every moment of this book. I cannot recommend it enough. It is so beautiful book, in both story and writing. Paige Toon has proven helself once again to be at the top of her game. She is phenomenal and I am now heartbroken that I have no more Paige books to read. If there's one book you pick up this year to devour make sure it is this one.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Karen Mace

    This was Book 13 of my #20booksofsummer paperback summer challenge Was recommeded this book by a lovely friend and I can see why she pointed me in its' direction as we have very similar tastes in books! Hate to say that I've not managed to read too many of Paige Toons books but will definitely be adding her others to my TBR as this has been a fun read! Think it's the first book I've read featuring identical Triplets as the main characters but it was a nice twist, and the fact that they all fell in This was Book 13 of my #20booksofsummer paperback summer challenge Was recommeded this book by a lovely friend and I can see why she pointed me in its' direction as we have very similar tastes in books! Hate to say that I've not managed to read too many of Paige Toons books but will definitely be adding her others to my TBR as this has been a fun read! Think it's the first book I've read featuring identical Triplets as the main characters but it was a nice twist, and the fact that they all fell in love with the same boy, Angus, aged 17 is another fun and interesting twist! Bad enough if you are friends all falling for the same bloke, but how do you deal with it if you are sisters! We get to see the story from each of their perspective, so it is fascinating to see Rose, Eliza and Phoebe and their different personalities and paths in life and how this all relates to Angus and how such a complicated situation can be resolved with tears and laughter along the way. A very enjoyable read!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ivana

    I'm so jittery, I'm always so jittery and genuinely happy when I read yet another Paige Toon book :). I was not sure about the content of this one, it did not sound super appealing to me, I'm sooo glad I was totally wrong, Paige Toon yet again delivered, and delivered perfectly. * SPOILER ALERT * When I started reading Phoebe was okay to me, but just okay ... Rose was a bit annoying ... I was sure my favourite sister and story would be Eliza's. Boy was I wrong! As the story progressed I totally f I'm so jittery, I'm always so jittery and genuinely happy when I read yet another Paige Toon book :). I was not sure about the content of this one, it did not sound super appealing to me, I'm sooo glad I was totally wrong, Paige Toon yet again delivered, and delivered perfectly. * SPOILER ALERT * When I started reading Phoebe was okay to me, but just okay ... Rose was a bit annoying ... I was sure my favourite sister and story would be Eliza's. Boy was I wrong! As the story progressed I totally fell in love with Rose and her story with Toby, this story, and couple, made this book for me. Rose reminds me of myself, a bit ... Always trying to appease people and losing herself in the process, she needed someone unconventional like Toby, to rock her world. OMG; the chemistry between them was almost touchable (I got butterflies in my stomach just by reading about it). And that is the reason why Paige Toon is a goddess and each of her books is like a small guilty pleasure to me, nobody writes chemistry like her ... A what is a good book without a good chemistry ;)

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    It's been a long time since I've been this blown away by a book and I think it's going to take me a few days to get my thoughts together well enough to write a full review. But for now let me just say that I can't recommend this highly enough and I suspect I've just read one of the books that will be mentioned in my end of year best books post. It's been a long time since I've been this blown away by a book and I think it's going to take me a few days to get my thoughts together well enough to write a full review. But for now let me just say that I can't recommend this highly enough and I suspect I've just read one of the books that will be mentioned in my end of year best books post.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Cat

    Well that was a nice wee read, very surprised I didn't cry though. I am so annoyed that I need to wait yet another year for another one of Paige Toons adult novels, oh well, at least her next YA one is out very soon! Also...NATHAN <3 that was the best surprise. Toby reminded me of him for some reason. Well that was a nice wee read, very surprised I didn't cry though. I am so annoyed that I need to wait yet another year for another one of Paige Toons adult novels, oh well, at least her next YA one is out very soon! Also...NATHAN <3 that was the best surprise. Toby reminded me of him for some reason.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    I really liked this book, and I'm very happy Paige Toon seems to have gotten her groove back. Whilst predictable in some parts as all chic lit is, there's still enough going on to keep you interested I really liked this book, and I'm very happy Paige Toon seems to have gotten her groove back. Whilst predictable in some parts as all chic lit is, there's still enough going on to keep you interested

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