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THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
A Reese Witherspoon x Hello Sunshine Book Club Pick

“There is so much to relate to and throughout the novel, there is a sharp feminist edge. Loved this one, and you will too.”—New York Times bestselling author Roxane Gay

The New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Date serves up a novel about what happens when a public proposal doesn''t turn into a happy ending, thanks to a woman who knows exactly how to make one on her own...


When someone asks you to spend your life with him, it shouldn''t come as a surprise—or happen in front of 45,000 people.

When freelance writer Nikole Paterson goes to a Dodgers game with her actor boyfriend, his man bun, and his bros, the last thing she expects is a scoreboard proposal. Saying no isn''t the hard part—they''ve only been dating for five months, and he can’t even spell her name correctly. The hard part is having to face a stadium full of disappointed fans...

At the game with his sister, Carlos Ibarra comes to Nik’s rescue and rushes her away from a camera crew. He’s even there for her when the video goes viral and Nik’s social media blows up—in a bad way. Nik knows that in the wilds of LA, a handsome doctor like Carlos can''t be looking for anything serious, so she embarks on an epic rebound with him, filled with food, fun, and fantastic sex. But when their glorified hookups start breaking the rules, one of them has to be smart enough to put on the brakes...

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Praise for The Proposal

“With sharp banter, a well-rounded cast of characters, and plenty of swoony scenes, Jasmine Guillory defends her position as one of the most exciting rom-com writers out there.”—Buzzfeed

“There is so much to relate to and throughout the novel, there is a sharp feminist edge. Loved this one, and you will too.”—Roxane Gay, New York Times bestselling author

“The feminist romance touches on uncomfortable conversations about consent during courtship and works to a satisfying ending.”—Mental Floss

“The real pleasure here is the little world Guillory has created...a Los Angeles populated with a diverse, devoted crowd of nice people who hold each other up, treat each other to cupcakes, have each other’s back, and occasionally fall in love.”— Seattle Times

Praise for The Wedding Date

“A swoony rom-com brimming with humor and charm.”— Entertainment Weekly
 
“Guillory’s debut is as enchanting as her characters—bright, bold, warm and wonderful. Even better, there’s a proposal to rival any commercial that Madison Avenue can deliver.”—WashingtonPost.com 
 
“This novel reads like a truly  contemporary contemporary romance in that the hero and heroine grapple with issues anyone dating today will relate to.”—NPR.com
 
“Kudos to Guillory, whose lively dialogue is matched by her multifaceted characters.”— Essence Magazine
 
“The novel is a light-hearted and quick read with fully drawn characters.”—Associated Press
 
“A romance novel that will make you believe in happily ever afters.”—Nylon.com 

“What a charming, warm, sexy gem of a novel. I couldn’t put  The Wedding Date down. I love a good romance and this delivered from the first page to the last...One of the best books I’ve read in a while.”—Roxane Gay,  New York Times bestselling author

About the Author

Jasmine Guillory is a lawyer, a graduate of Wellesley College and Stanford Law School, and a Bay Area native who lives in Oakland, California. She has been published in The Toast and The Hairpin, has towering stacks of books in her living room, a cake for every occasion, and upward of fifty lipsticks. She is the  New York Times bestselling author of  The Wedding DateThe Proposal, The Wedding PartyRoyal Holiday, and Party of Two. Visit her online at jasmineguillory.com and twitter.com/thebestjasmine.

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***This excerpt is from an advance uncorrected copy proof***

Copyright © 2018 Jasmine Guillory

Chapter One

Nik Paterson looked around at the perfect Los Angeles day: clear blue sky, bright green baseball field, warm sun shining down on the thousands of people with her at Dodger Stadium. There was only one thought on her mind: when can I get out of here?

Fisher was next to her, his blond man bun golden in the sun, laughing as he drank warm beer to celebrate his birthday. He and his buddies were talking about lifting, or their latest auditions, or their upcoming car purchases—all of the things his friends always talked about, all of the things Nik couldn’t care less about. If she’d known this birthday outing was going to include a bunch of Fisher’s friends, she would have at least gotten one of her girlfriends to come along so she would have someone to talk to.

Although to be fair, it was possible Fisher had told her his friends were coming and she hadn’t been paying attention. She tended not to pay that much attention when Fisher talked, but then, she hadn’t been dating him for the past five months for his conversational skills.

Nik looked back up at the scoreboard and sighed. It was still only the fifth inning; she probably had at least an hour, maybe an hour and a half, more of this.

She didn’t have anything against baseball, exactly. It was just that she’d rather be spending this beautiful spring day at home with her laptop and a glass of bourbon on the rocks than outside at a baseball stadium with a warm beer. But when the hot dude you were sleeping with wanted to go to a Dodgers game for his birthday, you sucked it up and went along with him and his bros.

She sighed again and reached for her phone. Maybe she could get some work done as she sat there.

Just as she was starting to make some actual progress on a draft of an article, Fisher nudged her hard.

“Nik! Put your phone down, you can’t miss this!” He threw his arm around her and kissed her on the cheek. She pressed save and tucked her phone back in her pocket. His favorite baseball player must be coming up to bat or something.

She looked down at the field, but nothing was going on there. She followed Fisher’s pointed finger and looked up at the scoreboard, just in time to see on the screen:

NICOLE: I LOVE YOU. WILL YOU MARRY ME? FISHER.

She turned to Fisher, her mouth wide open.

“What the hell is going on?”

To her horror, he dropped down onto one knee, on top of the peanut shells that carpeted the concrete, dangerously close to the puddle of spilled beer.

Oh God. He had a ring box in his hand.

“Nikole.” He tucked a strand of hair behind his ear and opened the ring box. She averted her eyes. “Will you make me the happiest man in the world?”

Was she asleep? This definitely felt like a nightmare.

They’d only been dating for five months! That he loved her was news to her—he’d certainly never said that before—but a proposal? He didn’t even know how to spell her name!

She tried to put on a smile, but she’d never had the best poker face—except, strangely, when she was actually playing poker. Not even his best friends would call Fisher perceptive, but even he could tell something was off with his happy moment.

“Nik, did you hear me? You’re just standing there. You haven’t even put the ring on!”

“I don’t . . .” She cleared her throat and tried to talk in a low voice, so the whole damn stadium couldn’t tell what was going on. “It’s just that we’ve never discussed this. We aren’t really in a place to . . . I didn’t . . . I just wish you’d brought this up before . . . before now.”

“Are you saying no?”

He was still on one knee, good God.

“I’m saying this isn’t really the place to have this conversation.”

He just stared at her, wide-eyed.

“Are you saying no?” he repeated.

She took a deep breath.

“I’m trying not to say that out loud so everyone can hear me.”

She was still hoping this was some sort of a joke. That any minute, he would reveal this was for a commercial or even a reality show or something, and they would all laugh and go back to not paying attention to the game.

“Come on, Nik,” Fisher said. Why wouldn’t he stand up? “We’re great together! Live a little! Give us a shot!”

Live a little??? Was he approaching marriage like he would a spontaneous trip to Palm Springs for the weekend?

“Fisher. Don’t do this.”

“I can’t believe you’re doing this to me.” He snapped the ring box closed, stood up, and tossed his head. The head toss didn’t work as well when his hair was in the bun. “Rejecting me in public! On my birthday! What kind of a person are you?”

He stormed off and ran up the stadium stairs. So she guessed this wasn’t a joke then.

She looked at his bros, and his bros looked at her. They shook their heads like they were disappointed in her, turned, and filed out of the row after him.

Which left Nik alone to face the forty-five thousand pairs of eyes on her.

Carlos nudged his sister Angela as the blond dude and his bros stalked up the stairs and out of the stadium.

“Now I know what to tell your boyfriend not to do.”

Angela rolled her eyes.

“Nice try, but I don’t have a boyfriend.”

Damn. She consistently refused to let him meet guys she was dating, so he was reduced to trying to trick her into admitting she had a boyfriend. Either he never managed to catch her off guard enough to admit it, or she’d never had a boyfriend since he started trying this. He was betting on the former.

Granted, he never told Angie anything about the women he went out with, either, but that was different. He hadn’t dated anyone seriously in years, and none of the women he had minor interludes with these days mattered enough to meet his sister.

“You have one good point,” Angela said. “Anyone dating me should definitely not do that.” Angela’s hand gestures got bigger as she talked. “She said they hadn’t discussed it. Who proposes to someone if they haven’t discussed it? Especially in public?”

He looked back down at the woman—Nicole—now alone in her row. She’d sat back down and was typing something on her phone. The sun picked out the golden highlights in her dark curly hair. She was doing a very good job of pretending the whole stadium wasn’t talking about her.

“I feel so bad for her.” He couldn’t believe she hadn’t jumped up to flee the building. The game had started back up again, but no one was watching. Everyone was looking at her. Including Carlos.

“So do I,” Angela said.

Nicole twirled one of her curls around her finger and pretended to watch the game. Carlos realized he was staring at her and forced himself to look away.

He turned to Angela and shook his head.

“I get trying to make a big romantic gesture and all, and wanting a surprise, but . . .”

“Deciding to spend your life together shouldn’t be a surprise,” Angela said. “It should be something the two of you talk about first!”

“Oh, hey, speaking of,” he said. “Did I tell you Drew proposed to his girlfriend a few days ago?”

She laughed.

“Really? That’s fantastic. I never would have thought a year ago that your friend Drew would be engaged.” She looked up at the JumboTron, and then at Carlos. “She did say yes, right?”

He laughed.

“She did. But then, they’d talked about it first.”

Carlos looked back down at the woman two rows down, who had not said yes. She was aggressively not looking at anyone around her. Her hair moved in the breezes that blew through the stadium, and her dark brown skin glowed in the sun. He’d only seen her face briefly up on the JumboTron, until he’d realized that this real-life drama was going on just ten feet below him, but he’d seen a striking face, with big dark eyes and bright red lips. He wondered how long she was going to stay at her seat. She probably hadn’t wanted to leave right away for fear of running into the man-bun guy, which made sense. But if he knew anything about the way things happened in L.A., if she sat here too long, she was in danger of . . .

Yep, there it was. The camera crew.

He poked his sister. She looked down and saw the problem immediately.

“Oh my God, what a nightmare,” she said.

“We’ve got to save her,” he said.

“How do you propose to do that? Pun not intended.”

“Follow my lead.” He stood up and made his way out of their row, Angie right behind him.

He walked down the wide stadium stairs, his eyes on the field. When he got two rows down, he paused and glanced to the side. I hope this works, he thought, before he went in.

“Nicole? Nicole, it is you!” he said, loud enough that not only she and the entire camera crew but also the other rows around them all turned to look. “Angela, look, it’s Nicole! We haven’t seen you for . . . my God, how many years has it been?”

Angela took up his prompt as Carlos pushed the camera crew aside to get to Nicole.

“At least five years, Carlos, it’s got to be? Nicole, how are you?” His sister threw her arms around the grinning woman, and whispered something in her ear before the embrace ended.

“It’s so great to see you after all this time!” Angela said. She looked around with a huge smile on her face, and appeared to notice the camera crew for the first time. “Oh my goodness, are we interrupting something? I am so sorry, guys!” She smiled at the three men who had surrounded Nicole up until about thirty seconds before, with that wide-eyed look that had never failed to make men fall at her feet. “We haven’t seen each other for so long, imagine running into you here.”

“Oh wow, how do you know each—”

Carlos stepped in front of the guy with the camera. If the dude got aggressive, well, Carlos was pretty sure he had at least four inches and thirty pounds on him.

“We were just heading to get more beer and Dodger Dogs, want to come with?”

Want to come with? He sounded like one of his sixteen-year-old patients.

“Great idea, I’m starving.” Nicole wiggled past the cameraman. “Chat with you guys later!” she called back to them, as she, Carlos, and Angie raced up the stairs.

Hmmm, apparently, sounding like your sixteen-year-old patients was a way to not seem suspicious.

They kept up the pretense on their way up the stairs, all saying things like “Wow, it’s been so long!” and “Fancy meeting you here!” and “I couldn’t believe my eyes that it was you!” over and over. When they finally got all the way up the stairs and inside, the three of them all leaned against the nearest wall and erupted with laughter.

“Thank you guys SO MUCH for saving me,” Nicole said when she finally stopped laughing. “I was in the middle of trying to remember the martial arts moves I learned twenty years ago, but you rescued me without me having to knock someone down or, more likely, embarrass myself.”

“You’re not saved yet,” Carlos said. He put his hand on her back and grabbed his sister by the arm. “We’ve got to get you out this stadium. They’ll find you again if you stick around.”

“Oh, I can find my own way out. I’m sure you want to get back to the game.” She stood up straight and smiled at them. “But thank you again, I really appreciate it.”

He was about to say good-bye when he thought of something.

“Did you drive here? Or was your . . . or did you get a ride?”

She shrugged.

“My ride seems to be long gone, but I’m sure there’s another way to get back to Silver Lake from here. Isn’t there a shuttle or something? Or I can get a ride. I have all of those apps.”

He and Angie exchanged glances. He envisioned her waiting in the parking lot at Dodger Stadium for a ride and getting ambushed again. He bet Angie did, too.

“Silver Lake is in our direction,” he said. “We can give you a ride back.” He could miss the rest of the game. It wasn’t like they were playing the Giants or anything.

She raised her eyebrows at him and turned to Angela to shake her head.

“No, seriously, that’s okay. You don’t have to give up the rest of the game for me; you don’t even know me. Plus, you two probably have better things to do than drive a stranger around Los Angeles.”

Angela looked confused and then laughed.

“Oh wait, did you think we were on a date? Ugh no, he’s my brother. Trust me, I’d rather be driving you around L.A. than watching baseball with him.”

Nicole looked at Carlos.

“Are you sure? You really don’t have to.”

He grinned and threw his arm around both women.

“Call it my good deed for the week,” he said. “Come on, let’s go before those vultures follow you.”

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Mel
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Bestseller List?!?!
Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2019
"The Proposal" is the worst book I''ve read in a long time. I liked the previous Hello Sunshine Book Club book better - and I thought I didn''t like that one. "The Proposal" begins by describing the weather which was my first clue for the style of writing I was in for. In the... See more
"The Proposal" is the worst book I''ve read in a long time. I liked the previous Hello Sunshine Book Club book better - and I thought I didn''t like that one. "The Proposal" begins by describing the weather which was my first clue for the style of writing I was in for. In the second chapter the main character has given her address to a man she just met, but a few paragraphs later she "thankfully" hasn''t given him her address. The characters all feel flat and forced with no distinct voices. They all sound the same - undeveloped and childish; the men sound like the women except they say "man" a lot. Half of the book was useless, boring narrative - conversations I wouldn''t eavesdrop on, let alone enjoy reading. Race seems forced into this book. It''s great that there''s gender diversity, but why can''t we have a description of the character rather than a thought of "OMG she''s black!". All the characters are laughing at everyday comments and reacting to situations like children. I could go on. I made a list, but I''m done with this book. I only finished because I tried really hard to let it redeem itself, but began skimming at 60%. It was painful. The marketer must have been great to get this book on a bestseller list.
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Jane B.
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Boring & Predictable
Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2019
It seemed like a cute premise - a guy proposing to his horrified girlfriend in front of a packed Dodger Stadium, but beyond that, the characters and plot are predictable and boring. There are an infinite number of great books to read. This is not one of them.
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Boring
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2019
Can''t even finish it because it''s so boring. I''m a third of the way through and nothing has happened other than they eat cupcakes. The dialogue is terrible and it''s like the author''s only goal is to make every character a good person.
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Boring - literally the worst book I’ve ever read
Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2019
This book was soo boring and painful to finish. The writing was absolutely horrid and very elementary. I only read it due to Reese Witherspoon’s book club. Bad book club pick that’s for sure. A complete waste of time and money.
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Inga
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Kind of disappointing
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2018
After really enjoying "The Wedding Date", I was really looking forward to this book. Unfortunately, I found it just kind of boring. The book is clearly very committed to giving the characters healthy realtionship dynamics, and that''s definitely an admirable goal. The... See more
After really enjoying "The Wedding Date", I was really looking forward to this book. Unfortunately, I found it just kind of boring. The book is clearly very committed to giving the characters healthy realtionship dynamics, and that''s definitely an admirable goal. The problem is that it''s so unsubtle that it sort of feels like a lecture. Worse, it Rob''s the characters of any chemistry. In "The Wedding Date" Drew and Alexa had immediate chemistry; in "The Proposal", even though you know Carlos and Nikole will wind up together, it''s kind of a while before there''s any hint that they''re into each other. Even then, it feels more like telling than showing.
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Lady Carmichael
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Another fantastic story!
Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2018
Jasmine Guillory became an insta-buy author for me about 1/3 of the way through her first book (The Wedding Date is amazing and you should read it now) and this follow up did not disappoint. You don''t need to have read The Wedding Date to read this one (but again I urge... See more
Jasmine Guillory became an insta-buy author for me about 1/3 of the way through her first book (The Wedding Date is amazing and you should read it now) and this follow up did not disappoint. You don''t need to have read The Wedding Date to read this one (but again I urge you to), but you''ll see characters from that book pop up here and it means more when they do.

I was delighted to get Carlos''s story in this book and introduced to a trio of new ladies, although it''s Nik who is the heroine of this story. Even though there are some familiar tropes happening in this story (casual relationship turns out to be not so casual; people with trust and commitment issues freak out over having feels for each other), I like the ways the character development made those interesting. Carlos and Nik are written so well that I got their issues. I felt like their friends: I can see that they''re meant to be together but I also know enough of their history to know why it''s hard for them and that they just need time (and a little encouragement) to figure it out for themselves. It makes it all the more satisfying when they get together at the end.

I also like how the author doesn''t skimp on the secondary characters. We don''t get as much detail on them but they''re not cardboard cutouts only there to further the main plot. I know I''m hoping one of them will be the star of the next book!

I will say I liked The Wedding Date just a tad more. Because it featured a black heroine and a white hero, there were racial issues covered in a really seamless way that made the story stand out. This story has a Hispanic hero and a black heroine, so there is less need for those topics to be addressed (it gets touched on but not with as much depth). It''s not that this book needed that; I just appreciated the realism that it brought to her first book. I can''t wait to read what she writes next!
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Brianna
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Nothing special
Reviewed in the United States on November 23, 2018
I loved this authors first book and waited weeks with this in my cart waiting for it to become available, but I’m a bit let down. The beginning of the book is probably the most intriguing part- it then slows down and never really picks the interest level back up. Her first... See more
I loved this authors first book and waited weeks with this in my cart waiting for it to become available, but I’m a bit let down. The beginning of the book is probably the most intriguing part- it then slows down and never really picks the interest level back up. Her first novel was definitely better- this one is rather boring and not too original. An okay read, but nothing great. Definitely recommend her first book though!
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Sari
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Disappointed.
Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2019
I liked Carlos a lot in "The Wedding Date" so naturally was excited that he was getting his own story. The person he was in the first story, though, seems to be totally different than how he was in this. In the first story, he was the no BS tell it like it is for Drew that... See more
I liked Carlos a lot in "The Wedding Date" so naturally was excited that he was getting his own story. The person he was in the first story, though, seems to be totally different than how he was in this. In the first story, he was the no BS tell it like it is for Drew that everyone should have. In his own story, though, he seemed far less mature and rational, especially with how he handled things with Nik. At one point his irrational, out of left field behavior made me actually yell out, "WHAT? Are you kidding me? Who does that?" Yeah, he irritated me here and I was so disappointed with this book. Nik was okay, but she didn''t leave too much of an impression on me. The diverse cast of supporting characters was nice, and I was more interested in them as well as Carlos'' sister and cousin than in either of the main characters. Definitely preferred "The Wedding Date" to this one.
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Kathy Whalen
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Another winner
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 31, 2018
Amazing story that is just the right mix of funny and touching. I enjoyed every minute of it from the hilarious jumbotron meet cute to the touching final scene—it’s not a jumbotron, but it is the thought, right? There was a touch of angst, but mostly this is a story of two...See more
Amazing story that is just the right mix of funny and touching. I enjoyed every minute of it from the hilarious jumbotron meet cute to the touching final scene—it’s not a jumbotron, but it is the thought, right? There was a touch of angst, but mostly this is a story of two people who aren’t looking for love simply (!) learning that love means the other person makes you feel good about yourself and happy to be with them. Good sex helps too. Guillory writes sexy times that are hot without being graphic. I loved how Carlos was articulate and sensitive and wanted to listen to Nik. I also liked that their friends and family were integral to the story and it was fun to read their take on the romance, especially since Nik and Carlos were slow to recognise what they were feeling. How great to have this played out in a non-lily white context for a change. Although this wasn’t overtly political, it was, for example, interesting to see Carlos and Nik worry about necking in the car in a posh part of town for fear someone might call the police. I loved this book and look forward to more from Guillermo.
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Predictable and flat
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 10, 2019
Whilst this book just about qualified as a''feel good romance'', I did not enjoy it at all. The story could not have been more predictable, the characters were very one dimensional and there were lots of opportunities for plot twists that were missed. Is the cousin going to...See more
Whilst this book just about qualified as a''feel good romance'', I did not enjoy it at all. The story could not have been more predictable, the characters were very one dimensional and there were lots of opportunities for plot twists that were missed. Is the cousin going to be ok? Is Carlos'' health ok? Will they end up together after all? Will it all work out for Natalie who''s back story is introduced at the 11th hour and doesn''t seem to have anything to do with anything? All very weird. I kept reading it thinking that surely something will happen soon. Plot spoiler: it doesn''t.
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Cal Peter
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Unrealistic and artificial
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 2, 2019
Just felt really artificial, the character thoughts, feminism, trying to be inclusive... it was all put together, too much for me. The characters were hollow too. Felt like ingredients were stirred together to come up with a romance novel but it didn’t really meld the...See more
Just felt really artificial, the character thoughts, feminism, trying to be inclusive... it was all put together, too much for me. The characters were hollow too. Felt like ingredients were stirred together to come up with a romance novel but it didn’t really meld the elements together for me. I was really excited to read this book as it is on Reese Witherspoon’s book club but this was the second month in a row where I had been disappointed, and I usually enjoy a good romance.
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Rachel
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Delightfully diverse
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 13, 2019
I absolutely loved how diverse the characters were in this story and the delightful ways in which they added to each others'' lives. It was really enjoyable following Nik and Carlos''s flourishing relstionship; their cooking session was brilliant!
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Flat and underwhelming
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 18, 2019
This book was not worth your time. I have done you a favour and read it and now am coming from the future to say, no...go elsewhere. This was a forced, predictable, unimaginative read. There was very little differentiation between both of the main characters. And Carlos was...See more
This book was not worth your time. I have done you a favour and read it and now am coming from the future to say, no...go elsewhere. This was a forced, predictable, unimaginative read. There was very little differentiation between both of the main characters. And Carlos was not believable at all. Why have two dialogues going at the same time if they just sound the same as each other? The romance was blah and magoo. Strong woman, empowering man who is close to his mother and sister, minorities, etc etc. Nothing to hook you in, nothing real, nothing relatable. No idea where Nik came from. No idea what brought the two of them together besides their raw animal need for each others bodies. Nah, not for me. Surprised at Reese Witherspoon choosing this. Writer got lucky.
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