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As far as I'm concerned, authors who don't end books don't hold up their end of the writer/reader bargain. And in this case, an ending was crucial, as the book was so awful, the only reason for finishing it was to get at least some semblance of closure.
The writing was at least almost free of spelling and grammar errors, but that's about all that can be said for this. The character was so vapid that it was a wonder to me that she had friends or lovers at all.
Then the author didn't finish the story. I know authors hope to sell the next book in the series, but most finish the story, then add a chapter to begin the next one and hook you. If a book doesn't have a beginning, a middle, and an end, I'm NOT buying the next one. :-(
Romi is not a nice character: she is selfish. I don`t understand why she hates her sister (and also mostly her brother): having such overbearing parents one thinks that that would push them together, but no. She cannot even help out her sister when her parents find out that she had been lying about golfing (any sister would have texted her in secret to warn her to come up with a new lie/ excuse). She is a bad friend (although I liked that she could apologize to Eleanor). She is rude to Arjun TWICE. And she is completely delusional about James...it would be excusable if she were younger, but a woman nher late thirties should know if a guy is into her. James DOES not like her (and if he does, he is hiding it well) and she keeps pushing him about the trip. She is whiny and does NOTHING to change her reality. At least she started her blog: Yay! good for her. And she lost weight: Yay, good for feminism!
I feel bad for her because she seems like a very lonely person, and I hope that this was not based on the author's life, as it is very depressing.
I WILL NOT read the sequel as I feel cheated because this book was not complete, the story did not finish.
The book is well written and there are many funny moments, so I regret to say that I would not recomend it.
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