Ask yourself: Who do you want your soul mate to be? Then be that person. Because the soul mate you’re looking for all along is you.Chapter Twenty-four, Page 263
In a nutshell
Sora Reid is the odd one out in her family of go-getters. She puts minimal effort into her life, her health, and her job as a freelance writer. That is until she gets her readers fired up over her hate of Valentine’s Day and inspires a #GoSolo challenge. When she runs into muscly baker Jack at her local grocery store and sparks fly, she has to shut it down because she can’t #GoSolo AND get the guy.
Book Club Notes
This is a very cute, typical, and slightly silly romcom. But then again, doesn’t that define the genre? I found myself feeling annoyed by the main character in the beginning of this book, but as the storyline developed and her self-awareness progressed, my patience and tolerance grew with her. This is an easy, feel good, guilty pleasure, one and done kind of read.
You love romcoms, sweet stories and like your books to give you a mental break.
Writing – 6/10
Character Development – 7/10
Plot Twist – 0/10
Shareability – 7/10
The Nitty Gritty
A note on our book ratings
Storyline: How good is the storyline? Is it believable and complex or does it make you shake your head in its ridiculousness?
Writing: How well written is the book? Do you find yourself wowed by the writing or unimpressed?
Character Development: Do the characters evolve and grow through the book and are they multi-dimensional?
Plot Twist: Were you able to predict the end, or did the author give you some surprises along the way to keep you on your toes?
Shareability: How likely are you to share the book?