I wanted to like it more. I’ve read several of Colleen Hoover’s books years ago. I loved Slammed, Hopeless and Maybe Someday. All Your Perfects didn’t take me in as the other three. That being said, I’m a much different reader now. More critical. The present storyline was a lot of sadness, which I can understand, and zero communication, which was frustrating. I mean they didn’t talk about anything. I can only imagine how hard it is continuously try to get pregnant and fail. Look, I’ve spent the last 3-4 years having mixed emotions when I hear friends and family getting pregnant. I always saw motherhood in my future. At 38, I’m coming to terms with that most likely not happening. The topic is important, but it didn’t move me as much as it should have. And the quick wrap up and cheese at the end…🙄.
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