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The book started off solid; the premise had me intrigued and I connected to the characters. The meet cute was pretty funny and awkward in an adorable way. It set the stage for a really promising storyline with good chemistry. However, once the two main characters actually started to date each other, it began to fall flat.
I felt like there was some good build-up to when they would finally get together and then when they did it was very anti-climactic. The timeline jumped a couple of weeks ahead and I was left wondering what all I’d missed. For me, the most exciting part of a new relationship is the very beginning and getting to experience how they interact with one another. I felt a bit robbed of that experience. Once they started to date, the story became rather boring and focused more on school drama that I just didn’t care much about.
I also didn’t much care for many of the secondary characters either. To be quite honest, Lettie has some pretty self-absorbed family and friends. Her best friend, Mindy, was alright but she seemed to have a bit of her own storyline and it never really went anywhere. Maybe Charles is laying the groundwork for another novel based around her character, but at this point that is unclear.
I really did enjoy Eric’s character. He seemed like a really great guy who cared about the kids in his school and about doing a good job. He was very attractive, quick-witted, and sweet. I also liked Lettie’s character, she was fun and sweet as well, and certainly interesting, but she was a little odd. She’s pretty damaged and behaved oddly at times, but it felt forced. I felt like her character wanted to be grounded and strong but the author forced her into the situations and actions that didn’t fit with the rest of her personality.
All in all, this was a cute book, though the first half was markedly stronger than the second. I recommend it as a light beach read when you want just want a sweet love story that doesn’t demand a lot of your attention.
Watching Lettie struggle with this problem, which is totally outside of her personality and wheelhouse was really amusing for me. Not to mention hilarious for the people in her life as well. I loved seeing her family’s reaction to the whole thing. I thought her story was tons of fun. And Lettie herself is really likable and funny. I enjoyed Seeking Mr. Wrong. I don’t want to spoil too much of the plotline for this one, so you will just have to pick up the book for yourself to see.
While the book didn’t totally rock my world, I did really enjoy it. It was a quick read that is perfect for when you are in the mood for something light. The plot if funny. The characters are likable and the romance is really nice. I would recommend this one to fans of this kind of plot line. Plus, I am giving away my ARC copy of this book, so enter to win and check the book out for yourself.
*Disclaimer- I was sent a copy of this book for free.
I didn’t particularly care for this book. I just didn’t find it that exciting and interesting and this type of story has been done before. There was too much going on. It also felt a bit rushed I didn’t like Eric at first he was a butt two times but he did redeem himself. But just wasn’t for me. I am sure others will enjoy this.
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by Natalie Charles
Since I am a teacher, wow does this book hit close to home.Read more
I liked Lettie and Eric well enough.Read more