*wipes away her tears*
Audrey is over romance. While dealing with her parents’ contentious divorce, a breakup of her own, and shifting friendship dynamics, she has every reason to feel cynical. But then she meets Harry, her fellow coworker at the local cinema. He’s brash, impulsive, and a major flirt. And even though Audrey tries to resist, she finds herself falling for his charms. But in this funny, insightful, and ultimately empowering novel, love—and life—isn’t what it’s like in the movies.
- Feminist, rightful criticism of romace films- check
- A screaming rant against the line ‘not like other girls’ – check
- A powerful heroine who needs no guy’s shoulder to sob onto and heals herself-check
- A girl gang which seems shallow but is actually so strong and supportive- check
- Friend who looks out for you and doesn’t sugar-coat -check
- A plot where everything a guy does isn’t forgiven just because he says ‘ I love you, truly’- check
What you need more proofs for the awesomeness of this book? Don’t worry you’ll get it once you read about the characters, or here just our MC
Now tell me, WHY THE HELL IS THIS NOT A NY TIMES BESTSELLER BUT THE SELECTION IS?! RIDICULOUS, IF YOU ASK ME. PURELY RIDICULOUS.
Audrey, is my idol, not even kidding.
She is so mature, so clumsy, so strong, so vulnerable and always so in touch with herself that I couldn’t wish anything but to be like her. To be her.
Harry is just every cliche rolled into one. And guys, he really NEEDED Audrey. You’ll get what I mean once you read the book or I’ll just end up spoiling things.
“Love isn’t just a feeling. Love is a choice too. And you may not be able to help your feelings, but you are responsible for the choices you make about what to do with them.”
“Common dates in romance movies:
Seats in a box at the opera or ballet
Walking around a beautiful foreign city
Night-time picnics in empty parks
Finding some gorgeous abandoned house that the boy fills with candles
Common dates in real life:
“Romance films are money-spinning cathedrals of love, wobbling in the foundations of unbelievable and damaging stereotypes.”
⭐⭐⭐⭐/ 5 stars : Amazing!!! GO PICK IT UP ASAP!
And guys, I’m still crying but let me give you a scoop, these are khushee ke aansoo ( tears of happiness)
And that’s all for today
Have you read this? Do you plan to?
Tell me soon!! Have a good day!