The Difference Between Us: An Opposites Attract Novel Kindle Edition
This month's Book With Buzz: "Little Fires Everywhere" by Celeste Ng
From the bestselling author of Everything I Never Told You, a riveting novel that traces the intertwined fates of the picture - perfect Richardson family and the enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. See more
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There's a definite slow burn in the build up between Molly and Ezra, where I even wondered if Molly could see what Ezra was doing given how stuck in her own head that she was. In that regard, the story might have dragged a bit because of Molly's constant internal monologue. I wanted more direct interactions with Ezra that wasn't just through email because their face to face time always seemed so short. Ezra fascinated me because he seemed like a cutthroat business man who wanted to be catered to with the snap of his fingers, but Ezra had a lot more depth and layers than that. Outside of business, he's quite the opposite in the best and most surprising way. His finer qualities actually remind me of Killian, which made him even more lovable and down to earth in a much humbler way. I liked Molly quite a bit, too, she was a good balance of professional, intelligent, and modest. She's also well portrayed as someone who is just ready to come out of her shell and to be her own independent person with new found confidence. I wished there had been more dialogue and humor like with the previous book, but I still enjoyed this one, too, and look forward to the next book as well.
I don't think it is even the plot or the storyline that I like so much. It is the writing style of the author, the emotion she puts in the words and sentences. It grabbed me and made me feel. The story of Molly and Ezra was a loving slow burn and I highly recommend!
Or maybe it was for the art that meant so much to me, the creative outlet I relied so heavily upon to heal the broken pieces of my spirit. Maybe it was because I knew I didn’t have the ability to fix any of the things that haunted me.
Ezra had been this life-changing event that had shaken up everything I’d convinced myself that I knew about the world, dating, and men. He didn’t come into my life gradually or delicately. He swept in like a wildfire, consuming every single thought and word and thing until there was only him and me and it was like we were always supposed to be this way.
Our story was a complex piece of art that we worked on every day. It wasn’t always beautiful in the traditional sense, but it was captivating, and worthy and endless.
Rachel Higginson is a new one-click author for me.
The slow revelation of the romantic side of the Ezra we all knew was underneath his exacting exterior was so fun to read. Frankly, I had difficulty understanding his continued attraction to Molly.
I almost dnf because of Molly. I'll keep reading Ms Higginson's work, but this was extremely disappointing.
This book dazzled me in so many ways. I adored Molly and Ezra, both so perfectly imperfect for each other. I devoured this book in a sitting and I want more of it. What a sweet, funny delight of a story.