I tried to like this one. And it’s not that I hated it. Just that I didn’t like most of it. I should have known I was going to have issues when I skimmed through the reviews on Goodreads..the ones that were all sobbing and “I went through a whole box of tissues” and “it was soul crushing” (sometimes I wonder what these people read regularly, because very few books such large amounts of verbiage drama).
The beginning was okay and I liked the off the wall meet cute for Quinn and Graham. For the most part, I liked the scenes that took place in the past. At least until they got tedious. But then, in the present, whiny, needed to talk to a doctor about her depression, Quinn showed up and I started to struggle with wanting to continue reading. It felt like the author wanted to pile the suffering on – why just tackle the issue of infertility, when you can add in everything else from infidelity to problematic supporting characters. After all why write drama when you can write DRAMA. rme. All of that suffering went on until the last 30 pages where suddenly there were glittery rainbows covered in oozing cheesiness, complete with a puppy and big shiny bow on top.