How to Love


I think a large part of whether this book works for you may rely on whether you find Sawyer LeGrande charming. And I do not.

And while I’m prone to be pretty forgiving with girls who don’t always make smart choices, I was constantly frustrated with Reena, too. Make him work for it, honey. And it is NOT OKAY to (repeatedly) act in a way that is hurtful to other people, particularly if you know what it’s like to be hurt yourself.

I’m surprised at how negatively I feel about this one, given the sea I think a large part of whether this book works for you may rely on whether you find Sawyer LeGrande charming. And I do not.

And while I’m prone to be pretty forgiving with girls who don’t always make smart choices, I was constantly frustrated with Reena, too. Make him work for it, honey. And it is NOT OKAY to (repeatedly) act in a way that is hurtful to other people, particularly if you know what it’s like to be hurt yourself.

I’m surprised at how negatively I feel about this one, given the sea of 5 star reviews. There were also a few moments conveniently timed for maximum drama, which felt somewhat soapy. Appreciated the way her relationship with her daughter was portrayed, though, as well as with Shelby and Soledad and her father. Is the book well-crafted? Mostly. Realistic? Yes. Personally enjoyable for me? Not really. But many others have loved it, so take my reaction with a grain of salt. …more

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