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A charming and heartwarming new romantic comedy by the author of Waiting for Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey. Teddy Phillips never thought she'd still be spending every day surrounded by toys at almost thirty years old. But working at a vintage toy store is pretty much all she has going on in her life after being unceremoniously dumped by her longtime boyfriend. The one joy th A charming and heartwarming new romantic comedy by the author of Waiting for Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey. Teddy Phillips never thought she'd still be spending every day surrounded by toys at almost thirty years old. But working at a vintage toy store is pretty much all she has going on in her life after being unceremoniously dumped by her longtime boyfriend. The one joy that she's kept is her not-so-guilty pleasure: Everett's Place, a local children's show hosted by Everett St. James, a man whom Teddy finds very soothing . . . and, okay, cute. Teddy finds the courage to write to him, feeling slightly like one of the children who write to him on his show. He always gives sound advice and seems like he has everything figured out--and he pretty much does: Everett has a great support system, wonderful friends, and his dream job. But there's still that persistent feeling in the back of his mind that something's missing. When a woman named Theodora starts writing to Everett, he is drawn to her honesty and vulnerability. They continue writing to each other, all the while living their lives without meeting. When their worlds collide, however, they must both let go of their fears and figure out what they truly want--and if the future they want includes each other.


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A charming and heartwarming new romantic comedy by the author of Waiting for Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey. Teddy Phillips never thought she'd still be spending every day surrounded by toys at almost thirty years old. But working at a vintage toy store is pretty much all she has going on in her life after being unceremoniously dumped by her longtime boyfriend. The one joy th A charming and heartwarming new romantic comedy by the author of Waiting for Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey. Teddy Phillips never thought she'd still be spending every day surrounded by toys at almost thirty years old. But working at a vintage toy store is pretty much all she has going on in her life after being unceremoniously dumped by her longtime boyfriend. The one joy that she's kept is her not-so-guilty pleasure: Everett's Place, a local children's show hosted by Everett St. James, a man whom Teddy finds very soothing . . . and, okay, cute. Teddy finds the courage to write to him, feeling slightly like one of the children who write to him on his show. He always gives sound advice and seems like he has everything figured out--and he pretty much does: Everett has a great support system, wonderful friends, and his dream job. But there's still that persistent feeling in the back of his mind that something's missing. When a woman named Theodora starts writing to Everett, he is drawn to her honesty and vulnerability. They continue writing to each other, all the while living their lives without meeting. When their worlds collide, however, they must both let go of their fears and figure out what they truly want--and if the future they want includes each other.

30 review for Very Sincerely Yours

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nilufer Ozmekik

    As a forever April Fool ( thanks to my dear prankster father who has made his biggest joke to my mother 4 decades ago! ) I’m still celebrating my birthday, sipping more booze and doing my best to gather appropriate words to write a readable review! 🥳🥂🎈 Here we go: this is so cute, sweet romcom and a mash up of You got mail meets A beautiful day in the neighborhood ! Teddy Philips spends her time literally in a toyland! ( the author’s Tom Hanks addiction works so well by put her heroine in a unive As a forever April Fool ( thanks to my dear prankster father who has made his biggest joke to my mother 4 decades ago! ) I’m still celebrating my birthday, sipping more booze and doing my best to gather appropriate words to write a readable review! 🥳🥂🎈 Here we go: this is so cute, sweet romcom and a mash up of You got mail meets A beautiful day in the neighborhood ! Teddy Philips spends her time literally in a toyland! ( the author’s Tom Hanks addiction works so well by put her heroine in a universe of Toy story meets You got mail) She’s thirty, working in a vintage toy store, nursing her wounds after terrible breakup! There are two guilty pleasures she has: devouring Taco Bell products and listening to Everett’s Place: a local children’s show! Don’t worry she doesn’t have issues about aging! She’s addicted to that show because of the charming host Everett St. James! And finally she gathers her courage to write him a letter and guess what? He writes her back! They turn into pen pals sharing their honest feelings, their lives, hopes, expectations. Actually I loved their letters more than their face to face interactions! This was sweet, heartfelt, quick read for me! Only thing bothered me was Teddy’s self insecurities! The things her douchebag ex did to her and she didn’t stand up for herself and she just accepted them which made me pissed off. But I really relieved to see character’s evolving , gaining her strength by finding her own inner power, fighting against her fears! The supporting characters are also likable! (Especially Everett’s family earned my hugs!) The chemistry between the characters were good enough! It was solid feel-good reading! I’m giving 3.5 stars rounding up to 4 lovely set in Ohio, sweet-swoon-soft stars! Special thanks to NetGalley and Berkley Publishing for sharing this digital reviewer copy with me in exchange my honest opinions.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    This was very, very cute!!!! Sugary sweet and more than a little cheesy, but SO CUTE!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kerry

    This one's for anyone who doesn't know what they want to be when they grow up, even if they're already grown up. It's also for anyone who thinks Jim Henson is hot, or anyone who grew up watching The Muppet Show, or anyone who is afraid of basically everything. I wrote it during the pandemic so there are a LOT of real Columbus locations (I was living vicariously through my characters). Also a lot of Taco Bell. Like, a LOT of Taco Bell. And yeah, once again, I am giving my own book five stars!!! This one's for anyone who doesn't know what they want to be when they grow up, even if they're already grown up. It's also for anyone who thinks Jim Henson is hot, or anyone who grew up watching The Muppet Show, or anyone who is afraid of basically everything. I wrote it during the pandemic so there are a LOT of real Columbus locations (I was living vicariously through my characters). Also a lot of Taco Bell. Like, a LOT of Taco Bell. And yeah, once again, I am giving my own book five stars!!!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Larry H

    4.5 stars, rounded up. The upcoming rom-com from Kerry Winfrey, Very Sincerely Yours , was just absolutely adorable. When Teddy’s boyfriend ends their five-year relationship and asks her to move out of their home, it completely throws her for a loop. Sure, she’s spent most of her time doing whatever he wanted and trying to please him, but that’s what people in a relationship do, right? She quickly finds out no one liked her controlling ex-boyfriend, but now she’s at a dead end of sorts. She enjo 4.5 stars, rounded up. The upcoming rom-com from Kerry Winfrey, Very Sincerely Yours , was just absolutely adorable. When Teddy’s boyfriend ends their five-year relationship and asks her to move out of their home, it completely throws her for a loop. Sure, she’s spent most of her time doing whatever he wanted and trying to please him, but that’s what people in a relationship do, right? She quickly finds out no one liked her controlling ex-boyfriend, but now she’s at a dead end of sorts. She enjoys her job working in a vintage toy store, but is that a real career? What does she actually want from life? What is her “thing”? One thing she does enjoy is watching episodes of a local children’s television show, more because she finds the host, Everett, to be handsome and he seems to have all the answers. (She’s not the only adult female enamored of Everett—there are message boards of suburban moms talking lustfully about him.) She decides to write Everett and ask for advice. It’s rare that he receives a letter from an adult that isn’t sexual in nature, so he’s excited. The two begin corresponding and it becomes a highlight for both of them, so they decide to take the next step and meet. As Teddy searches for purpose, Everett is at a crossroads with his career and life, too. He's always known what he wanted to do, and he has an opportunity to expand the show. But has he sacrificed everything else in his life for the sake of his career? Can two people unsure of what they want from life and their futures find a secure footing for happiness? I really loved this. I’m a huge fan of Kerry Winfrey’s—she creates such unique characters who could be annoying in other people’s hands, but she makes their quirks endearing. Teddy and Everett's relationship and the story follows the path you might expect, but their flaws make everything a little more interesting. b>Very Sincerely Yours was the perfect book to put a smile on my face and a tear (or two) in my eye! NetGalley and Berkely provided me with a complimentary advance copy of the book in exchange for an unbiased review. Thanks for making it available!! The book releases 6/15. Check out my list of the best books I read in 2020 at https://itseithersadnessoreuphoria.blogspot.com/2021/01/the-best-books-i-read-in-2020.html. See all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoria.blogspot.com. Follow me on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/the.bookishworld.of.yrralh/.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Helen Power

    Teddy is an interesting heroine in the sense that she is not at all interesting. She changed her entire personality for her boyfriend, and now that he’s broken up with her, she has to figure out who she is and what she wants to do with the rest of her life. The novel follows Teddy as she gradually becomes the woman she's meant to be. Her best friends Kirsten and Eleanor take her in and help her on this journey. They insist that she does one thing a day that terrifies her. This is to get her o Teddy is an interesting heroine in the sense that she is not at all interesting. She changed her entire personality for her boyfriend, and now that he’s broken up with her, she has to figure out who she is and what she wants to do with the rest of her life. The novel follows Teddy as she gradually becomes the woman she's meant to be. Her best friends Kirsten and Eleanor take her in and help her on this journey. They insist that she does one thing a day that terrifies her. This is to get her out of her shell and hopefully shed the fears that keep her from truly living her life. Of course, one of the things she does that scares her is write to a certain handsome host of a children’s TV show. Everett St. James is an incredibly sweet character.  He's good-looking, thoughtful, funny, smart, and he’s always known what he wanted to do with his life. But he isn't quite perfect. His friends and family are constantly telling him that he spends too much of his life engrossed in his work. There’s more to life than puppets, Everett.  I loved how Everett and Teddy complemented each other in their personal character arcs. Teddy is just now trying to figure out what she wants to do with her life. Everett has known his career trajectory since he was a child, but he’s being forced to take a step back and reassess what truly matters.   This is a delightful book that can be enjoyed on both a superficial and a deeper level.  There is a “readers guide” at the end of the book that provides discussion prompts. I can definitely see this book being a fun and inspirational read--perfect for a book club to discuss over wine and bagel bites. The interactions between side characters and the protagonists are also extremely well developed. Teddy’s best friends are hilarious and witty. They have a dynamic and clever banter that seems to leap off the pages. Despite this book not being characterized as a "rom com", it had me in stitches laughing on more than one occasion. This book is chock full of pop culture references. They added another element to the reading experience that I personally loved so, so much. Winfrey casually mentions the millions of Old Navy emails that you get if you’re a subscriber (I died laughing--so true!), the joys of the McDonald's quarter pounder (LOVE them), and Bath and Body Works’ pumpkin pecan waffle scented candle (which I just so happen to have lit on my shelf as I write this review). While these references might end up eventually dating this book, I appreciated them so much and they helped me to dive even deeper into this realistic world that Winfrey has created. One thing that did bother me a bit about the book was just how long it took Teddy and Everett to start writing to each other. As is expected with pen pal romances, they don’t meet right away, and I was relieved that the author didn’t use the pen pal ruse (my FAVOURITE trope) for only a few chapters. However, I was surprised by just how much of the book took place before Teddy finally put pen to paper (figuratively speaking--she sent an email!). That’s generally a “no no” in romance books. While I did find the early parts of the book slow paced primarily for this reason, the book eventually picks up speed.  I couldn’t put the book down once I got into the meat of the story. I recommend this whimsical and light book to those who want a humorous pen pal romance with substance. *Thank you to NetGalley and Berkley for the ebook to review* This review appeared first on https://powerlibrarian.wordpress.com/ Instagram | Blog | Website | Twitter My 2021 Reading Challenge

  6. 5 out of 5

    Susanne Strong

    Review posted on blog: https://books-are-a-girls-best-friend... Call me a Dissenter. Truth be told, I went into this book with the HIGHEST of hopes. I adored “Waiting for Tom Hanks” and liked “Not Like the Moves” the predecessors to “Very Sincerely Yours” by Kerry Winfrey and thought this premise sounded totes adorbs. Unfortunately, the delivery simply didn’t hold a candle to the premise. Everett is the host of a popular children’s tv show and appears to have everything: a career, friends, and an Review posted on blog: https://books-are-a-girls-best-friend... Call me a Dissenter. Truth be told, I went into this book with the HIGHEST of hopes. I adored “Waiting for Tom Hanks” and liked “Not Like the Moves” the predecessors to “Very Sincerely Yours” by Kerry Winfrey and thought this premise sounded totes adorbs. Unfortunately, the delivery simply didn’t hold a candle to the premise. Everett is the host of a popular children’s tv show and appears to have everything: a career, friends, and an incredible family, but he can’t help but feel like something is missing. Teddy works in a toy store at almost thirty years old. As of yet, she has not found her life’s passion. What she loves, however, is taking care of her boyfriend Richard. When he dumps her, she is beside herself. Her only solace is watching a local children’s tv show hosted by Everett, who is kind, caring, and extremely good-looking. When Teddy’s boyfriend dumps her, and she can’t figure out what to do with her life, she writes into Everett’s show. The rest is history. I know, I know, it sounds, “totes adorbs” right? And so many parts of it were, and yet it left me shaking my head. The reason, in a nutshell? Teddy’s character. At thirty years old she was extremely immature, having no direction or sense of self. Teddy acted even younger than Everett’s twelve-year-old sister! Strong female characters are what I look for when it comes to novels, be it fiction, rom-com, or any other genres and sadly, this book missed the mark. While I didn’t love the character of Teddy, the writing here is entertaining and admittedly, I tore through the novel quickly, eager to get to the sweet, albeit predictable end. Though this wasn’t my favorite of Ms. Winfrey’s novels, I can’t wait for her next release. A buddy read with Kaceey. Thank you to Elisha at Berkley Publishing Group via NetGalley for the arc. Published on Goodreads and Twitter.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin Da Silva

    This was a cute, light read! Really liked the “You’ve Got Mail” vibes….Teddy and Everett each had their own personal obstacles to overcome, and their journeys were a comforting reminder on how no one has it all figured out (and that there’s no deadline for figuring it all out— phew lol)!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Darla

    This truly is such a lovely mashup of 'You've Got Mail' and the Mr. Rogers show. The answers Everett gives to the emails his little viewers send will warm your heart. And the emails that Everett and Teddy send to each other will make you laugh and cry. The book is filled to the brim with quirky and lovable supporting characters (with the exception of Rick the D---). My favorite has to be Everett's precocious little sister Gretel. She is a hoot! If you loved Waiting for Tom Hanks, then get ready This truly is such a lovely mashup of 'You've Got Mail' and the Mr. Rogers show. The answers Everett gives to the emails his little viewers send will warm your heart. And the emails that Everett and Teddy send to each other will make you laugh and cry. The book is filled to the brim with quirky and lovable supporting characters (with the exception of Rick the D---). My favorite has to be Everett's precocious little sister Gretel. She is a hoot! If you loved Waiting for Tom Hanks, then get ready for this new Kerry Winfrey title -- release date is less than a week away on the 15th. Thank you to Berkley and NetGalley for a DRC in exchange for an honest review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Very Sincerely Yours is a standalone rom-com written by Kerry Winfrey. It’s the ultimate pen pal romance between a woman who lives in the shadows and a man in the spotlight. I found this storyline to be quite unique and I appreciated the many life lessons highlighted by the author. Winfrey shows the benefits of saying yes to life (even the scary parts), the importance of setting boundaries, and she reminds us all that there is no time limit on our dreams. Do you remember who you wanted to be? Ch Very Sincerely Yours is a standalone rom-com written by Kerry Winfrey. It’s the ultimate pen pal romance between a woman who lives in the shadows and a man in the spotlight. I found this storyline to be quite unique and I appreciated the many life lessons highlighted by the author. Winfrey shows the benefits of saying yes to life (even the scary parts), the importance of setting boundaries, and she reminds us all that there is no time limit on our dreams. Do you remember who you wanted to be? Check it out. Note: Audiobook narrated by the talented Patti Murin. My favorite quote: "Because that was what life was about, right? Trying new things. Discovering what you loved and hated. Exploring all of your major and minor passions. Maybe she wouldn't ever find one big thing that lit her up, maybe it was enough to discover a million little things that made life worth living." ...and also this one, because this describes my perfect evening “So what you’re going to do is go get in your jammies,” Eleanor said in her teacher voice, taking charge. “And we're going to watch an Alfred Hitchcock movie that will make you think , 'Well, at least I'm not mixed up in THAT situation,’ while you drink a cup of sleepytime tea. And then we’re going to tuck you and you’re going to go to sleep."

  10. 4 out of 5

    Carol (Reading Ladies)

    Thanks #NetGalley @BerkleyPub #BerkelyWritesStrongWomen #BerkleyBuddyReads for a complimentary eARC of #VerySincerelyYours upon my request. All opinions are my own. You’ve Got Mail meets irresistible Mr. Rogers… A new release from the author of Waiting For Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey. Thirty-something Teddy Phillips works at a vintage toy store. She has just been unexpectedly dumped by her boyfriend and her guilty pleasures are Taco Bell takeout, Bath and Body Works pumpkin pecan waffle scented candl Thanks #NetGalley @BerkleyPub #BerkelyWritesStrongWomen #BerkleyBuddyReads for a complimentary eARC of #VerySincerelyYours upon my request. All opinions are my own. You’ve Got Mail meets irresistible Mr. Rogers… A new release from the author of Waiting For Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey. Thirty-something Teddy Phillips works at a vintage toy store. She has just been unexpectedly dumped by her boyfriend and her guilty pleasures are Taco Bell takeout, Bath and Body Works pumpkin pecan waffle scented candles, couch pillows, and watching a children’s (muppet) TV show hosted by Everett St. James, a hot and irresistible Mr. Rogers. Everett often reads letters from children who write to him with questions, so one day Teddy decides to email Everett with her own questions. Everett is charmed by her emails and Teddy appreciates his sensible and wise advice. They develop a lovely online friendship, and Everett suggests they meet. Before they can arrange it, their worlds accidentally collide (meet-cute gone wrong). Of course only one of them knows the truth. As this story is inspired by You’ve Got Mail, we can predict that their identities will be fully revealed and then they will need to navigate a new IRL relationship. Of course, Very Sincerely Yours is extremely predictable because it’s inspired by a well-known trope and in the romance genre. However, it’s also charming, light, easy reading with quirky characters, witty banter, closed-door romance, and minimal profanity. Perfect chick-lit for a reader looking for these elements. I loved the inclusion of the actual email correspondence and, for me, the epistolary format enhances the reading experience. In this gentle story, there are thoughtful themes including finding your voice, finding and pursuing your passion or calling, supportive friendships, letting go of a toxic relationship, taking a chance, and taking a risk to do something scary every day, I love that Teddy and Everett have one significant difference: Teddy has yet to find her calling or passion while Everett has known he wanted to create puppets and help children through his stories since he was four years old. Very Sincerely Yours is ideal for fans of light romcom, and for those who prefer closed-door romance and limited profanity. A solid and enjoyable beach, vacation, or weekend read. For me, it was more enjoyable than Waiting For Tom Hanks. For more reviews visit my blog www.readingladies.com where this review was first published.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lisa (Remarkablylisa)

    A sweet romance but im taking off a star because the heroine being so weak in the beginning and middle made me so frustrated. How did she not know her ex was using her as a motherly figure and how did she not have enough of a backbone to talk back to her ex who insulted and manipulated her??? Also this was mr. Rogers fanfiction.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Maisha Farzana Himi

    ~I'm regretting my decision.~ This book was way too cheesy and corny for my liking. The characters were very bland, the humour was very bad (couldn't make me laugh even a single time) and the romance was the worst part of or. Everything was bad about this book. Can't think of anything I enjoyed. Bad bad bad. Dude, I need to stop adding books to my ever growing tbr just because of their amazing covers. I do that a lot. I know it's pathetic and you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. I know all of ~I'm regretting my decision.~ This book was way too cheesy and corny for my liking. The characters were very bland, the humour was very bad (couldn't make me laugh even a single time) and the romance was the worst part of or. Everything was bad about this book. Can't think of anything I enjoyed. Bad bad bad. Dude, I need to stop adding books to my ever growing tbr just because of their amazing covers. I do that a lot. I know it's pathetic and you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. I know all of these. And I'm picky and conscious choosing books to read except for romance. Recently I have been reading romances a lot. They are usually fast to read and mode lifting. So, I'm usually don't think much while picking them up. Sometimes I choose a book at random; that is when books with gorgeous covers win. I am kind of ashamed to say that I read this just because I loved its cover. I thought, what's the harm? It's just a rom com. Of course, you can tell that I terribly regret my decision.

  13. 4 out of 5

    ABookwormWithWine

    Are you looking for the most adorable rom-com ever that has a bunch of pop culture references thrown in? Well then look no further than Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey. This cutie is filled to the brim with pop culture and throws a lot of love at Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and the movie Mrs. Doubtfire in almost equal measure. The book is told from two points of view, Teddy our vintage toy store worker who literally gets dumped the night she thinks she is going to get proposed to, and Ever Are you looking for the most adorable rom-com ever that has a bunch of pop culture references thrown in? Well then look no further than Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey. This cutie is filled to the brim with pop culture and throws a lot of love at Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and the movie Mrs. Doubtfire in almost equal measure. The book is told from two points of view, Teddy our vintage toy store worker who literally gets dumped the night she thinks she is going to get proposed to, and Everett St. James our puppeteer extraordinaire, and our Mister Rogers/Mrs. Doubtfire rolled into one. It's hard to really express how many things I enjoyed about this one, but I do have to say that I think it might be the most adorable book I have ever read. The characters are all created in a way you either love them or hate them, and I found so many of them endearing and funny. I would say the only downfall is that I have not read the author's two previous novels yet, and I think I missed out on a couple of Easter eggs/cameos. But I was NOT lost so don't think that - this is a great standalone novel and it made me really excited to get to Winfrey's backlist which of course I already own. It is also important to note that the audiobook for Very Sincerely Yours is terrific and narrated solely by the amazing Patti Murin. For some reason, I can't read a full book with my eyes for the life of me these days, and I was very happy I used a credit and switched to the audiobook. This is a super quick read though and would definitely make the perfect book to bring with you to the beach. It is witty and humorous, while also touching on some grief. I was hoping to laugh a bit more, but overall this was an incredibly sweet rom-com and I think it has officially propelled me to stop procrastinating and get to Winfrey's backlist. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kari Ann Sweeney

    PUB DATE: 6.15 (Thank you to @berkleyromance and @netgalley for the free early copy) ⁣ Although I’d already pre-ordered a finished copy from @bookshelftville back in Feb. ⁣ ⁣ I’m a big fan of Kerry Winfrey and her books. Whenever I start one of her books, I know there will be a charming story, delightful Pop Culture references, witty dialogue and a sweet romance. Oh- and there is always a passage that catches me off guard and leaves me in stitches. ⁣ ⁣ I’m always just happy when I’m reading one of h PUB DATE: 6.15 (Thank you to @berkleyromance and @netgalley for the free early copy) ⁣ Although I’d already pre-ordered a finished copy from @bookshelftville back in Feb. ⁣ ⁣ I’m a big fan of Kerry Winfrey and her books. Whenever I start one of her books, I know there will be a charming story, delightful Pop Culture references, witty dialogue and a sweet romance. Oh- and there is always a passage that catches me off guard and leaves me in stitches. ⁣ ⁣ I’m always just happy when I’m reading one of her books. They make me feel like I do when I put on my favorite comfy pants and press ‘play’ on my favorite rom-com. What you should know about 𝐕𝐄𝐑𝐘 𝐒𝐈𝐍𝐂𝐄𝐑𝐄𝐋𝐘 𝐘𝐎𝐔𝐑𝐒. My biggest takeaway is that it’s a love letter to those of us who are still figuring out who we want to be when we grow up (raises hand). It’s like Kerry left a bit of her heart on the page and it came through in the writing and the overall reading experience. ⁣ ⁣ 𝐏𝐋𝐔𝐒: ⁣ - It’s a 𝘠𝘰𝘶’𝘷𝘦 𝘎𝘰𝘵 𝘔𝘢𝘪𝘭 meets 𝘔𝘳. 𝘙𝘰𝘨𝘦𝘳𝘴 rom-com. ⁣ - It has the most timeless character names. Everett St. James and Teddy Phillips. ⁣ - The supporting characters are precocious and endearing. They are also the best kind of instigators. ⁣ - A slow-burn that is light on the steam.⁣ - Fresh & unique . He’s a local children's show puppeteer and she works at a vintage toy store. ⁣ - If you’re looking for something to get you out of a reading slump- pick this up! ⁣ ⁣

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rachel McMillan

    An absolutely adorable You've Got Mail meets Rainbow Rowell's "Attachments" mash-up featuring the beguiling Teddy with all of her insecurities, a new "do things for me" bucketlist and a break-up bob and the charming and somewhat clueless Everett, a children's TV host a la Mister Rogers and just as kind. This is a warm and whimsical over-sized cardigan of a novel that only breaks through its cinnamon-scented blend of cozy to weave a strong statement on the vulnerability of dreams and standing up An absolutely adorable You've Got Mail meets Rainbow Rowell's "Attachments" mash-up featuring the beguiling Teddy with all of her insecurities, a new "do things for me" bucketlist and a break-up bob and the charming and somewhat clueless Everett, a children's TV host a la Mister Rogers and just as kind. This is a warm and whimsical over-sized cardigan of a novel that only breaks through its cinnamon-scented blend of cozy to weave a strong statement on the vulnerability of dreams and standing up for your own and the complexities of relationships that inspire you to be a side-kick to someone else's life. And there are definitely shades of F-O-X and Shopgirl here: in the knowing and wonderful children's toyshop owner Josie, in Everett's precociously adorable bookworm sister, Gretel, and in the way that setting becomes a canvas for seasons where hope and small festivals over take neighbourhoods with a colour that only acts as a spotlight for this burgeoning love story. This was an absolute delight of an epistolary-flared novel told with such poise and grace and aching heart I could tell the author loved writing it. Each ingredient is lovingly sprinkled like a pie that just fills up the entire house. A wonderful supporting cast and a treatise on purpose versus relationships balance out a delicious romantic comedy that is worth all of the hype its been getting. Pick it up.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Jeffers

    I really wanted to love a cute romance story where the characters write letters to each other (like You've Got Mail minus the evil capitalism plot) and set in a city I adore (Columbus, OH) but I just found these characters so uninteresting. This one just wasn't for me. I really wanted to love a cute romance story where the characters write letters to each other (like You've Got Mail minus the evil capitalism plot) and set in a city I adore (Columbus, OH) but I just found these characters so uninteresting. This one just wasn't for me.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

    The premise of Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey, a new to me author, caught my eye and I decided to read it and I’m glad I did. I enjoyed this light romantic comedy that featured two 30 something individuals who didn’t quite have their lives worked out. The heroine is out of a long term relationship she didn’t see ending and has basically spent her life since college being her boyfriend’s personal assistant/maid/cook and she enjoyed doing those things until he decided he was done. The hero The premise of Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey, a new to me author, caught my eye and I decided to read it and I’m glad I did. I enjoyed this light romantic comedy that featured two 30 something individuals who didn’t quite have their lives worked out. The heroine is out of a long term relationship she didn’t see ending and has basically spent her life since college being her boyfriend’s personal assistant/maid/cook and she enjoyed doing those things until he decided he was done. The hero is a local television personality/puppeteer with a successful children’s program yet he has no life. I loved everything about their story; the way they met, their accidental first in person meeting, their crazy second in person meeting, the way they were comfortable with one another from the start, and even their missteps along the way. I loved this sweet, flirtatious, low angst romance. Teddy Phillips life is at a turning point and it isn’t one she saw coming. Suddenly without a boyfriend and a place to live she’s rooming with her two best friends who she freely admits she hasn’t been the best friend to since her ex Rick (the d*ck) didn’t like them. While she enjoys her job working in a vintage toy store mainly because she adores the owner, Teddy knows she needs to find her passion and figure out what she wants out of life. With the help of her friends Eleanor and Kirsten she makes a “Teddy Time” list basically a to-do list of things they scare her. After a particularly bad evening she decides to email Everett of Everett’s Place a local kid’s show that soothes her and makes her happy and while she is terrified he’ll laugh or send back a message telling her to get a life, she has no clue that email will actually change her life forever. Since he was 4 year old Everett St. James knew he wanted to be a puppeteer and a television host. Known on the internet Mom’s boards as the “sexy Mr. Rogers” he has quite the local following in Columbus and a pretty successful show. His family and friends constantly remind him that he needs work/life balance as he tends to obsess over the show often working 12-15 hour days, but he’s happy or at least he thinks he is happy until one email makes him realize perhaps this is something missing from his life. I really loved these two together and while Teddy was a bit of a mess at the beginning it was wonderful watching her blossom into her own person, learning to stand up to those she loved that thought they knew what she needed to do with her life, and to embrace being with someone who wanted her for the person she is not for what she can do for them. Everett was a good man, but somewhere along the line work became his only focus so it was fun to watch him begin to realize how much the people who have known him for years have put up with him and for him to see how much being with the right person can make your life better. That’s not to say it was all smooth sailing between them, but with Everett’s keen communication skills and Teddy’s new found independence, they both are pretty good at saying exactly what they are feeling. From the main characters to the secondary, they all drew me in with their unique personalities. Very Sincerely Yours was a heart-warming love story that I actually found hard to put down. Review copy provided for a voluntary review.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Arundhati

    Teddy's life turns upside down when she is dumped by her boyfriend on the day she expected him to finally propose. Homeless and heartbroken she moves in with her friends and starts re evaluating all her life decisions. Teddy spends most of her time in a vintage toy store. She has spent all her life trying too hard to keep everyone happy and avoiding any sort of conflicts. She harbours a secret crush on the local children's show host Everette. She is enamored by Everette's ability to connect with Teddy's life turns upside down when she is dumped by her boyfriend on the day she expected him to finally propose. Homeless and heartbroken she moves in with her friends and starts re evaluating all her life decisions. Teddy spends most of her time in a vintage toy store. She has spent all her life trying too hard to keep everyone happy and avoiding any sort of conflicts. She harbours a secret crush on the local children's show host Everette. She is enamored by Everette's ability to connect with kids and help them work through their feelings. In a haze of confusion Teddy sends out a heartfelt letter to Everette seeking his advice. To her surprise...Everette replies and thus starts their totally adorable lovestory. I really enjoyed this book. It is cozy, warm and uplifting. Initially when Teddy is introduced, she may rub off as a unlikable character being such a big door mat, needy and spineless. But eventually as I got to know about her background and I started understanding her more. I get how being in a wrong relation can hurt one's sense of confidence. Teddy struggles with it a lot. So when she takes up the challenge to do one thing which scares her everyday, I was really delighted. It may not seem much, but those small steps everyday helped her so much and my heart was elated for her. Everette on the other hand is savy, confident and very kind. He is good with words and definitely knows how to comfort someone. He has an amazing sense of humor and I couldn't help myself falling in love with him. Also a puppeteer?? It's such an unusal job I have read any MC ever having. That was pretty cool. For me the tipping point in the book was when Teddy and Everette start exchanging mails. I am a sucker for love letters and theirs were so so adorable. I really liked them together. They were so freaking cute. Both of them were going through mid life crisis is different ways. I liked how understanding and supporting they both were of each other. Overall it was a really great read.Light, fluffy, feel good and heartwarming ❤.

  19. 4 out of 5

    BernLuvsBooks

    Pop culture references, a sexy Mr. Rogers and an email flirtation turned romance made this a sweet, heartwarming read.⁣ ⁣ I became a Kerry Winfrey fan when I read and loved 𝘞𝘢𝘪𝘵𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘍𝘰𝘳 𝘛𝘰𝘮 𝘏𝘢𝘯𝘬𝘴 and 𝘕𝘰𝘵 𝘓𝘪𝘬𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘔𝘰𝘷𝘪𝘦𝘴. This sweet romcom has further cemented my love. Chock full of pop culture references and a sexy nod to 𝘔𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘦𝘳 𝘙𝘰𝘨𝘦𝘳𝘴’ 𝘕𝘦𝘪𝘨𝘩𝘣𝘰𝘳𝘩𝘰𝘰𝘥 (how can that even be possible right but it works y’all!) this heartwarming romance simply worked for me. ⁣ ⁣ I loved how Teddy and Everett got to know e Pop culture references, a sexy Mr. Rogers and an email flirtation turned romance made this a sweet, heartwarming read.⁣ ⁣ I became a Kerry Winfrey fan when I read and loved 𝘞𝘢𝘪𝘵𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘍𝘰𝘳 𝘛𝘰𝘮 𝘏𝘢𝘯𝘬𝘴 and 𝘕𝘰𝘵 𝘓𝘪𝘬𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘔𝘰𝘷𝘪𝘦𝘴. This sweet romcom has further cemented my love. Chock full of pop culture references and a sexy nod to 𝘔𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘦𝘳 𝘙𝘰𝘨𝘦𝘳𝘴’ 𝘕𝘦𝘪𝘨𝘩𝘣𝘰𝘳𝘩𝘰𝘰𝘥 (how can that even be possible right but it works y’all!) this heartwarming romance simply worked for me. ⁣ ⁣ I loved how Teddy and Everett got to know each other over email (a little nod to 𝘠𝘰𝘶 𝘎𝘰𝘵 𝘔𝘢𝘪𝘭) and the secondary characters were great. We even got a little cameo from Chloe and Nick from 𝘕𝘰𝘵 𝘓𝘪𝘬𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘔𝘰𝘷𝘪𝘦𝘴. This is definitely a feel good, sweet romcom with a wonderful message about finding your passion. It’s light on steam and low angst but I fully enjoyed the unique storyline and the mixed epistolary format. It might be my nosiness showing through but I always love the feeling of getting to read letters, emails etc. I’m a sucker for love letters!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    A huge thank you to NetGalley, Berkley Publishing Group, and of course, Kerry Winfrey for providing me with an eARC of this book. I am leaving a review voluntarily, all opinions are my own. This book was honestly adorable. It was a lighter, more rom-com feeling contemporary with a great cast of characters and such an empowering storyline without it being in your face. There was such a good balance throughout this book of everything you could possibly want. I'm going to admit that this was my first A huge thank you to NetGalley, Berkley Publishing Group, and of course, Kerry Winfrey for providing me with an eARC of this book. I am leaving a review voluntarily, all opinions are my own. This book was honestly adorable. It was a lighter, more rom-com feeling contemporary with a great cast of characters and such an empowering storyline without it being in your face. There was such a good balance throughout this book of everything you could possibly want. I'm going to admit that this was my first book by Winfrey, but I will most definitely find some of her other books because I enjoyed the writing a lot. Teddy was such a great MC and while some of her choices and moments irritated me, I legitimately understood where she was coming from because her emotions were so real. This book highlighted some of the greater moments of humanity and it made for such a quick, fulfilling read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jeeves Reads Romance

    I wish that I had enjoyed this more, because it's pretty adorable. Both lead characters are sweethearts, and their romance has the kind of meet cute that I LOVE. There's a lot of good stuff going on in the second half, but it had unfortunately already lost me at that point. Our heroine's complete and utter lack of self-esteem are a part of the storyline, but it actually stressed me out how little confidence she had in herself - she takes doormat to another level. Not exactly what I want from a l I wish that I had enjoyed this more, because it's pretty adorable. Both lead characters are sweethearts, and their romance has the kind of meet cute that I LOVE. There's a lot of good stuff going on in the second half, but it had unfortunately already lost me at that point. Our heroine's complete and utter lack of self-esteem are a part of the storyline, but it actually stressed me out how little confidence she had in herself - she takes doormat to another level. Not exactly what I want from a low angst read. And the romance? Takes a long, LONG time to kick in. We're talking ZERO connection for about a third of the book - and that's before the emailing even starts. So, while there's a lot to like about this and the writing is strong in many ways, this just didn't work for me. The story follows Teddy, a woman who feels like she's floundering. She's nearly thirty, working at a toy store, and still isn't quite sure what she wants to do with her life. When Teddy's longtime boyfriend breaks up with her, it's a wake up call. She needs to make some changes. One thing that brings Teddy a lot of comfort is Everett, who gives out great advice to kids on his Mister Rogers-style show. What starts as one email asking Everett for advice becomes a connection that Teddy never expected, and she finds herself gaining the confidence to live for herself. And when those emails take a turn for the romantic, Teddy discovers that Everett might be the answer to what's missing in her life. On paper, this sounds like the perfect low angst rom com for me. I love a unique meet cute, and falling in love via letters or emails is seriously one of my favorite things in romance. I even love a slow burn and a cinnamon roll hero. This just... wasn't any of that. The romance is really lacking, and it almost felt like an afterthought in this journey of self-discovery. I liked Everett a lot more than I liked Teddy, because he at least has some confidence in himself - even if he is a little clueless at times, lol. But I wasn't ever able to connect to Teddy, and that's a major problem in a book where her journey is front and center. This just felt drawn out and a little tedious, only improving marginally once the romance kicked in. And that's a shame, because I liked the writing and many of themes that are explored.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    This book was so incredibly sweet & cozy. I really really enjoyed it. It took me a little to warm up to Teddy because she was just so consumed by her ex and had such low self-esteem. But as she really grew into her own and pushed herself to try new things I felt more and more connected. I loved her friendship with Kristen and Eleanor. I loved how they supported her and encouraged her to do things that scared her. I of course really enjoyed the relationship between Teddy and Everett. I loved how it This book was so incredibly sweet & cozy. I really really enjoyed it. It took me a little to warm up to Teddy because she was just so consumed by her ex and had such low self-esteem. But as she really grew into her own and pushed herself to try new things I felt more and more connected. I loved her friendship with Kristen and Eleanor. I loved how they supported her and encouraged her to do things that scared her. I of course really enjoyed the relationship between Teddy and Everett. I loved how it started with emails and grew. I also love how their relationship made each other grow and realize things about themselves The last person to talk about is Gretel. I really enjoyed the scenes with her. And I am a little sad she wasn’t included in the final third of the story. Long story short, this is a sweet story about working to find your passion and your person. [cw - toxic relationship]

  23. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Powell

    Hurray! A five star read in romance again. I used to think that I didn’t like the genre, but I think I was just reading the wrong authors! Teddy is a people pleaser and has wrapped her identity in her relationship and when he breaks up with her, she loses all her sense of self and self worth. Thankfully, she has amazing friends that remind her how great she is and how she deserves so much better than he ever was. One day as Teddy is watching her comfort show, she decides to send an email to the Hurray! A five star read in romance again. I used to think that I didn’t like the genre, but I think I was just reading the wrong authors! Teddy is a people pleaser and has wrapped her identity in her relationship and when he breaks up with her, she loses all her sense of self and self worth. Thankfully, she has amazing friends that remind her how great she is and how she deserves so much better than he ever was. One day as Teddy is watching her comfort show, she decides to send an email to the star and that starts a whole new chapter of her life. This is charming, sweet without being cheesy or sappy and funny and I adore Teddy and Everett. And even their friends are awesome! I found myself trying to slow down reading so it wouldn’t be over yet. I can’t wait for a sequel (which is hopefully coming 🤞🏼🤞🏼) Thanks to Berkley Publishers and Netgalley for this Arc in exchange for my review.

  24. 4 out of 5

    DJ Sakata

    Favorite Quotes: I knocked three times, and when you didn’t answer, I got worried that you’d died on the toilet and I didn’t want your parents to have to find you like that. It would be undignified and traumatic. “He treated you like garbage.” She pronounced the word gar-BAJ, like it was French or something. He tried to think of a time he’d seen Gretel cry. When she was a baby, of course. She had cried constantly because she resented not being in charge of her own life. She was basically born want Favorite Quotes: I knocked three times, and when you didn’t answer, I got worried that you’d died on the toilet and I didn’t want your parents to have to find you like that. It would be undignified and traumatic. “He treated you like garbage.” She pronounced the word gar-BAJ, like it was French or something. He tried to think of a time he’d seen Gretel cry. When she was a baby, of course. She had cried constantly because she resented not being in charge of her own life. She was basically born wanting to drive a car and open a bank account. He had the best smile she’d ever seen in her life, like a baby animal and a classic Hollywood leading man combined. “It’s hard to turn work off, you know?” Natalie nodded. “I know, dude. But sometimes the people in your life need you to turn it off. Unless you want to be one of those eccentric geniuses who’s been divorced fifteen times and lives in a giant mansion full of regret.” My Review: I smirked and giggle-snorted my way through this delightfully sweet and relatable rom/com. It was exactly what I needed after a string of tense thrillers and hit just the right tones with clever humor and sly wit. The characters were thoughtfully crafted and tenderly endearing and knowable yet realistically flawed and struggling with real-world issues within amusing and storylines laced with comedic yet insightfully observant scenarios. Ms. Winfrey’s style was crisp and well-tuned with sparkling humor as she detailed their challenges without being angsty, which felt authentic and a refreshing change of pace from tedious formulaic romance tropes. This was my first experience reading her clever arrangements of words and was an instant fangirl. I have added her to my list of favorites and one to watch and added her entire listing to my TBR. How could I not? She knows the undeniable magical pull of Taco Bell’s drive-through for the Drunchies as well as the ingenious and regrettable madness of The Breakup Bob.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Caryn - iam.caryn

    If you’re looking for a super cozy and cute rom com with fade-to black love scenes, you need this in your life. This book does take place in the same “world” as Winfrey’s previous two romcoms, but unlike Not Like the Movies (which you definitely need to read Waiting for Tom Hanks first), this can be read as a stand-alone. But if you have read both if those, you’ll enjoy the cameos! *Disclaimer* I received an eARC from Berkley on NetGalley. An honest review was provided.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Anna Bright

    I'll be honest, I wasn't sure how I felt about "Hot Mr. Rogers" as a pitch. But VERY SINCERELY YOURS blended so many delightful elements so sweetly-- the correspondence a la You've Got Mail; the aforesaid Mr. Rogers-type love interest; even the dry-witted younger sister from (500) Days of Summer. Add a heroine resolutely searching for her own interest and a *truly* heinous ex-boyfriend, and you've got a stunner of a rom-com. TL;DR: Kerry Winfrey continues to write tender, deeply personal romance I'll be honest, I wasn't sure how I felt about "Hot Mr. Rogers" as a pitch. But VERY SINCERELY YOURS blended so many delightful elements so sweetly-- the correspondence a la You've Got Mail; the aforesaid Mr. Rogers-type love interest; even the dry-witted younger sister from (500) Days of Summer. Add a heroine resolutely searching for her own interest and a *truly* heinous ex-boyfriend, and you've got a stunner of a rom-com. TL;DR: Kerry Winfrey continues to write tender, deeply personal romances, and I will continue to read them. (An aside: this one is more or less steam-free! A point worth noting, given that no- to low-steam romances seem to be a little thin on the ground.)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea Bruning

    Why can't I wipe this ridiculous grin off of my face? Because this book is the most heartwarming love story I have ever read. It is bursting with so much charm and good food and pop culture references that I honestly couldn't get enough of it. I thought I wasn't one for romances, but it turns out that I just don't need love stories to be steamy, because this was perfect in every way. Part "You've Got Mail"and part "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" with all of the enchanting appeal of "The House on t Why can't I wipe this ridiculous grin off of my face? Because this book is the most heartwarming love story I have ever read. It is bursting with so much charm and good food and pop culture references that I honestly couldn't get enough of it. I thought I wasn't one for romances, but it turns out that I just don't need love stories to be steamy, because this was perfect in every way. Part "You've Got Mail"and part "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" with all of the enchanting appeal of "The House on the Cerulean Sea", this is my favorite Kerry Winfrey book yet.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Milena

    Very Sincerely Yours is a sweet and heartwarming rom-com from the author of Waiting for Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey. I enjoyed this book a lot, and I really like the epistolary aspect of the story. Theodor and Everett start their relationship via e-mails and fall for each other even before they have a chance to meet. Theodora has an advantage over Everett because she knows him as a very cute presenter and a puppeteer on a popular children's show, while Everett doesn't know who Theodora is. I liked Very Sincerely Yours is a sweet and heartwarming rom-com from the author of Waiting for Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey. I enjoyed this book a lot, and I really like the epistolary aspect of the story. Theodor and Everett start their relationship via e-mails and fall for each other even before they have a chance to meet. Theodora has an advantage over Everett because she knows him as a very cute presenter and a puppeteer on a popular children's show, while Everett doesn't know who Theodora is. I liked their sweet romance, even though I usually prefer spicier love stories. This book has a lot of great secondary characters, with Gretel, Everett's little sister, being my favorite. If you like sweet rom-coms with TV and pop-culture references, I would highly recommend Very Sincerely Yours. *ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley

  29. 4 out of 5

    Simone

    I'm going to be that person who rates this 3.5 but rounded up. You can always rely on Kerry Winfrey's writing to pull you from the edge of a slump. Seriously, her stories are always interesting, entertaining, and so laugh out loud funny that I found myself turning a little red in public with how loud I was. Teddy reminded me a lot of myself when I was younger. Having been dumped by a guy who never appreciated me or how I helped him, I felt exactly where Teddy was. It was also that period in my lif I'm going to be that person who rates this 3.5 but rounded up. You can always rely on Kerry Winfrey's writing to pull you from the edge of a slump. Seriously, her stories are always interesting, entertaining, and so laugh out loud funny that I found myself turning a little red in public with how loud I was. Teddy reminded me a lot of myself when I was younger. Having been dumped by a guy who never appreciated me or how I helped him, I felt exactly where Teddy was. It was also that period in my life where I wanted to find something for myself and figure out my next step. While my "Teddy Time" list was a little bit different than the main character, I definitely resonated with her lost feelings and wanting to do things I wouldn't normally do. I also struggled with holding back a lot of who I am in public and with friends. I would always put other people first and put my feelings aside because they weren't as important. Or so that's what I thought. It was lovely to see Teddy go through the same kinds of struggles especially after a pretty heinous breakup that made me lose sight of what really matters Everett was such an interesting character that I could relate to as well. I'm a bit of a workaholic, so I can relate to him always trying to figure out how to make things perfect. But I will note that this book felt more about Teddy finding herself and helping out Everett than it was Everett figuring out his next steps and helping Teddy out. In fact, I don't think Everett did much to help out Teddy aside from giving her the space to be herself. She took the initiative to try new things, say no to him, and figure herself out. I absolutely loved that the email theme kept running throughout the story. I was worried it would be one of those elements that would get the story going and then it would fall off by the end. So happy that it was even used in the epilogue and that really helped to keep that theme (and the title of the book) threaded throughout. I also really liked how Teddy's ex was an antagonist that kept on showing up like some indigestion after eating a giant burrito. It reminded me a bit of Kate Winslet's character in The Holiday and how she tried so hard to push him away, but kept being lured back. It made for an interesting component to the story. I kind of wish Gretel played a much bigger role in the book. It seemed a bit strange that she was introduced in the beginning of the story, but nothing really came from it other than being a vehicle to connect Everett with Teddy. I wanted more especially when she's a self-proclaimed "old woman" at the age of twelve. I also wish there was more conflict. Granted, I know the struggle to find oneself and overcoming the obstacles of perfection are tough, but I would have personally enjoyed it more if there were some higher stakes. Overall, this was such a fun and entertaining book to read. It definitely took me out of my slump and perfect for those hot summer days when you don't want to get too involved in a story. I received a copy of Very Sincerely Yours from Berkley for free. My opinions have not been influenced by the publisher or the author.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dallas Strawn

    I wanted to love it....I really did... I just... didn't. The novel didn't work for me; it wasn't very funny, it wasn't very original, and it didn't really entertain me all that much. Yikes, that's too harsh. I mean, it's true, but the book isn't bad. It's okay. But it just is still missing that magic and the hype that her first book Waiting for Tom Hanks had... It's about a woman whose boyfriend dumps her when she thinks he is about to propose and she moves in with her best friends, then starts co I wanted to love it....I really did... I just... didn't. The novel didn't work for me; it wasn't very funny, it wasn't very original, and it didn't really entertain me all that much. Yikes, that's too harsh. I mean, it's true, but the book isn't bad. It's okay. But it just is still missing that magic and the hype that her first book Waiting for Tom Hanks had... It's about a woman whose boyfriend dumps her when she thinks he is about to propose and she moves in with her best friends, then starts corresponding via email with a local children's television star.....I don't know. It was just....odd. And I wanted it to be different. It had potential. And overall it was a disappointment for me from Ms. Winfrey, but I will continue to read her, I know she has another hit in her.

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