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This week’s neglected bookThe Happy Ever After Playlist by Abby Jimenez
Published by Forever on April 14, 2020
Genres: Fiction / Romance / Romantic Comedy
Length: 9 hours 17 minutes
Format: Audiobook, eBook
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One trouble-making dog brings together two perfect strangers in this USA Today bestselling romantic comedy full of "fierce humor and fiercer heart." (Casey McQuiston, NYT bestselling author of Red, White & Royal Blue) Two years after losing her fiancé, Sloan Monroe still can't seem to get her life back on track. But one trouble-making pup with a "take me home" look in his eyes is about to change everything. With her new pet by her side, Sloan finally starts to feel more like herself. Then, after weeks of unanswered texts, Tucker's owner reaches out. He's a musician on tour in Australia. And bottom line: He wants Tucker back. Well, Sloan's not about to give up her dog without a fight. But what if this Jason guy really loves Tucker? As their flirty texts turn into long calls, Sloan can't deny a connection. Jason is hot and nice and funny. There's no telling what could happen when they meet in person. The question is: With his music career on the rise, how long will Jason really stick around? And is it possible for Sloan to survive another heartbreak?
Why did I add The Happy Ever After Playlist to my bookshelf?
I bought this book just a couple of months after it was released. I also picked up a copy of the audiobook somewhere along the way. I adored The Friend Zone when I read it so I have a good feeling about this book. I have been so focused on catching up on my past due reviews for the last couple of years that I have made a lot of room in my reading schedule for books I’ve purchased. I am trying to change that and work a couple of books from my shelf into y reading schedule every month. This book is short so hopefully, I will find the time to read it soon.
What are your thoughts? Have you read this book? Would you recommend it?