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  1. So glad you’re back in the reading groove! (Is that a thing?) I finished Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult today and it left me reeling. Now I’m in that really nice space of choosing which book to read next.

    • It is definitely a thing because I was most certainly out of my groove for the past couple of weeks, but now I’m back. I love that – when you finish a great book, and you don’t know what to read next and you’re exploring everything.

    • It is definitely a thing because I was most certainly out of my groove for the past couple of weeks, but now I’m back. I love that – when you finish a great book, and you don’t know what to read next and you’re exploring everything.

  2. Well this sounds a bit saucy! I’m really into women’s fiction at the moment – I read You Had Me At Hello a few days ago and whilst it wasn’t the best, it just kept me reading. I don’t know how or why, but I was desperate to find out what happened at the end.

    Dannie x

  3. I 100% agree that just because a story is predictable doesn’t mean it’s bad. After all, if that were the case we wouldn’t have any teen movies or rom-coms and there are soooooo many of those that I adore – even as someone who has spent most of my life studying story and its structure. Anyone who says otherwise is just a snob.

    I haven’t read the first book in this series but it sounds like it could be a fun, quick read for when I can concentrate on something heavier.

  4. I’ve never heard of either of those books but they sound quite fun, and with a bit of a taboo twist too, to make it interesting. I’ll have to have a look on Amazon and see what I can find

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