Ehhh? I mean the idea was very intriguing but felt like it was just very basic. Compared to Verity and It Ends With Us it just somewhat fell short. Don’t get me wrong it was a very good story but sometimes writers make endings too clean. Does that make sense? Like huh? What? How does everything make this much sense and how in the hell did everything fall into place for this to happen exactly? This is very normal with contemporary romance but I think I just had high expectations from her other books!!
This book follows two people who meet every year on November 9 and spend the day together. They refuse to be friends on any social media or exchange contacts so that they are in no communication other than on that day.
Didn’t hate it!!
Let’s get a few things straight. No beating around anyone’s bush –> straight to the factttsss. This blog will only consist of posts that I will immediately regret after posting due to the fact that I have no business having any type of opinion on absolutely anything.. Also if you are hoping to read some genius interpretation of some of the finest literature please do both of us a favor and just block me, or whatever you do on WordPress to completely erase the risk of you reading my trash reviews that will make you instantly hate me and want to tell me why.
Also if you haven’t noticed…. I am not a writer, and I usually never reread anything. (Or am I just that bad at English that I can’t form a correct sentence?) So if bad punctuation and incorrect use of words drives you crazy please join the people who already hate me because I am a disgrace to book bloggers everywhere.
This is my little oasis where I can drink my wine, probably get a little too tipsy and post my reviews about the books that I am usually too embarrassed to openly say I am reading. (Why do I still love young teen love, gross)
Okay now if you are a visual person and want to know what kind of blog this is. Picture a trashcan on fire. No further explanation needed.