I firstly want to thank Harper Collins and Netgalley for sending me an E-Arc this book to review. My review is left voluntarily and is completely honest.
I am slowly trying to break out into new genres and being a self-proclaimed Cat Lady I was intrigued by the premises of this book. It was nice to see a protagonist who was a little older but who showcases that even when you get older it doesn’t mean that life is less complicated or chaotic, quite the opposite.
While I did enjoy a lot of the book I just could not quite gel fully with Mia. I am not sure if it was the age difference or her personality but certain parts of the book rather than seeing as quirky or funny I found a bit like what was happening. I can certainly see why a lot of people would love this book but it just missed the mark for me, of being a fantastic read. Further more with one particular event which meant I had to take a break for a while from it.
That said the writing style flows and is easy to follow, it’s a quick read and one you can easily get through with, as I said, bits and pieces that are relatable. It just didn’t quite do it for me but I rounded up my 3.5 to 4 stars because I know this will be enjoyable for a lot of people.
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