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At first, Craig and Alex seem to be like a rough cookie dough: you knead and you knead but it seems like there is no way for the ingredients to work together and you almost give up
And then, the magic of chemistry happened and what you end up with leaves you craving for more
So here i am, a closed book on my lap and fresh cookies at out of the oven
And if one craving is about to be satisfied, the other one will have to wait
And in the meantime, i think i will just have to re read Definitely Maybe Yours again !!!
I would so very highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a contemporary romance. You will not be disappointed in the least. Buy it now!!
The novel, too, starts out casual, with cookies and sex, but gradually the reader is pulled more and more deeply into the lives of the characters, getting to know the tight web of friends and family who surround these two and make their union nearly inevitable (and pretty hard to give up). What first appears to be a simple will-they-won’t-they problem of a hook-up turns into something much more deliciously complex, with friends and ex-lovers, babies, life passions, baked goods, all mixed together.
The characters—Alex, Craig, and their overlapping circles of friends—are all so clearly-drawn, so real. Nobody’s a flawless protagonist, nor is anyone an unsympathetic villain (even Alex’s ex-boyfrend, whom many of the characters consider a jerk). Everyone gets to be nuanced and complicated. (Give things, a poetry teacher once said, the dignity of their names. This is as true for people as it is for petunias.) The relationships between friends and family are as attended-to here as the “main” relationship between the novel’s two erstwhile lovers—it’s as much about those relationships as it is about the love story (or maybe these stories are an integral part of this love story). There even come to be a baby and a puppy, but neither is there simply for its cuteness. Nobody gets used for this story.
It’s hard to stay uninvested as one reads Definitely, Maybe Yours. Perhaps that’s the point, because the novel, in so many ways, is about investment: in people, in passions, in relationships. It’s about how we invest, and why we do, and why we should.