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This Is 35 (Unlucky in Love) (Volume 4) Paperback – December 14, 2016
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USA Today bestselling author Stacey Wiedower had barely blown out the candles on her 21st birthday cake when she took her first job as a reporter at a daily newspaper. She later followed her passion to interior design school and spent three years working at a firm with bizarre similarities to the set of Designing Women. Today she funnels that experience into her work as a full-time freelance writer, penning everything from magazine articles to website copy to a bi-weekly column called Inside Design. She also writes romantic comedy, and the zany characters she's met poke their heads into her stories from time to time. Stacey lives in Memphis, Tenn., with her husband, also a writer, and a son who's inherited their overactive imaginations.
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Unfortunately, everything that can go wrong with Erin's wedding, which is being filmed for YOLO, does and her marriage gets off to a bad start that she and her hubby never seem to recover from. The demands of their stressful, high-pressure jobs lead to increasingly long separations that stir up doubts and misunderstandings. Factor in manipulative co-workers who'd like nothing better than to break up the newlyweds and Erin worries that she and her husband might not make it to their first anniversary. Will she be able to undue the damage caused by her time in the spotlight and get their relationship back on track, or will she go down in flames both personally and professionally?
Poor Erin has to deal with a lot of drama in this book and several people who do NOT have her best interests at heart. I loved her relationship with her future husband (I'm not going to name him here so as not to spoil the first book if you haven't read it yet.) in 30 First Dates, so it was heart-wrenching to see them pulled apart in this one. All of the obstacles and challenges were realistic ones, though. It is hard to find balance between work and home for many couples and most of them don't have to deal with being on TV while they try to figure things out.
As always, Ms. Wiedower's writing is engaging, and she kept me turning pages right up to the end where there was an enticing cliffhanger, which hopefully means this book isn't the last we've seen of Erin. I think this book could easily be read as a standalone, but I suggest you check out 30 First Dates as well so that you can get Erin's full backstory.
As other reviewers mentioned, both books encouraged me to make my own lists (and blog more often!). It’s a great motivator to kick off the new year.
The main character, Erin, inspired me. A great book for the first of the year especially (or any time, really) - who doesn't need to devote more energy to developing (or remembering) that we all need a bucket list of goals to work towards?