This book doesn't have a particularly active plot...this book's lavish descriptions of upholstery and window treatments and accent lamps made my eyes glaze over sometimes
The overthinking was really my only complaint. It was a significant one, though...I didn’t feel any drive in the romance. It remained lukewarm for me and left me with the ‘sweet’ vibe instead of the ‘engrossing’ one I was hoping for.
this was really terrible. Rambling and repetitive, slow and boring,
It is wonderfully sweet in the simple storytelling of two wonderful people who didn’t realize just how much they meant to each other until they took that one scary step of turning their long-time friendship to that of lovers.
There is no danger, next to no melodrama, and not one mysterious occurrence...The Last Boyfriend will gather dust on my shelf, even should I revisit the other two books in the series.
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