Eh. This one didn‘t really capture me. It bored me most of the time. I also didn‘t like the younger pregnancy storyline, any part of it.
I absolutely loved this book. The main character had lost her fiancé tragically, and honestly her journey felt relatable even though I‘m divorced and not widowed. I absolutely loved it and couldn‘t put it down. It will go into my rotation of comfort books for sure.
Finished the #booked2020 challenge!!!! This is the first time I‘ve finished a year long reading challenge! I‘m so grateful to have found that audiobooks work well for me. They‘ve been a life saver during the pandemic.
19. The Future of Another Timeline
20. Mexican Gothic
22. Hood Feminism
23. Tweet Cute
24. Bottom of Your TBR
Finished my #booked2020 #SetInIndia prompt! I will have to reread this later because I didn‘t really feel like I got it all through audiobook while doing other things. But I got the prompt done! #read2020
I went into this book expecting a romance. It was a romance, but more of a political book in a fictitious nation with a romantic subplot. If that‘s what you‘re looking for this is a great book, it just didn‘t happen to be my preference.