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But, I couldn't even finish this novel. What could have been a cute, fun read was sunk by the main character's insistent whining. I understand she was in a rough place, but dear Pete, halfway through and she's still going on and on. I felt like there was little character development and what there was wasn't pretty. It was hard to sympathize with her because while her situation wasn't ideal, it certainly wasn't nearly as bad as it could have been as her roommates offered to help support the baby.
Take one very immature 22 year old, add 2 lifelong best buds/roommates, subtract one ex boyfriend and mix it all with an unplanned pregnancy and you've got this book. That all bring said, this book does deal with the pregnancy angle in a pretty realistic way---the denial, the tears, the total holy sh** fears. But of course Ginnie has her 2 best buds to help carry her in a bit less realistic manner---its fun at first, kids, but what happens when we all want to get on with our lives?
A couple of interesting twists made this pretty enjoyable. It was not a "can't put it down" novel, but it made for a fun diversion.
This book definitely has a romantic element, but the connection between the three friends really shines through. Supportive girlfriends can make anything better, especially an unplanned pregnancy. There was no cattiness, just loving support and humor. Everyone should have friends like Jen and Annie.
The changes Gin goes through during her pregnancy are realistic and relatable. As a new mom, some of the pregnancy references made me feel nostalgic.
It's an extremely impressive debut novel. I can't wait to see what Schurig does next.
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I loved the "Love Struck" books and was sad when I read the last one but then I discovered the "Three Girls" books and I'm happy again!! Lol Wonderful author!!!Published 26 days ago by Crystal G Wehmeier
Very cute book takes place in Michigan where I am from I enjoyed it and plan on reading the whole seriesPublished 1 month ago by serena shaw
I enjoyed the book, but it was a bit predictable in spots. Amy and Jen reminded me of my besties. And the story reminded me of the difficulty in losing a first love.Published 1 month ago by Rayla
Story of female bonding. Friends will stand you when life throws curves. Good story.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I received this book free and thought it was okay. I didn't care that much for the character Ginny as she relates the events too calmly and as it her future self is talking, even... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leah Madsen
At first, I wasn't sure that I would enjoy it. But the book went exactly the way I wanted it to go. It was well worth the read and I'm excited to read the other books from the... Read morePublished 3 months ago
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