The Love Square: The funny, feel-good romantic comedy to escape with this year from the bestselling author of Our Stop

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The Love Square: The funny, feel-good romantic comedy to escape with this year from the bestselling author of Our Stop

The Love Square: The funny, feel-good romantic comedy to escape with this year from the bestselling author of Our Stop

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All in in all it felt rushed to include what could have been incredibly emotive topics in a plot that had a lot of potential. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH). It was sweet, but not much seemed to be happening, and I could not for the life of me figure out where the three men interested in Penny were going to be coming from and how she was going to reach that point. Palav, praised the use of veteran singers, Udit Narayan, Altamash Faridi and Tarannum Malik, in the soundtrack, adding a verdict: "Sohail’s put up a winning OST, which is relatable, warm and accessible". There was immediately a point that the main character Penny had dated a guy from every single race, culture and religion.

Unfortunately, she must go to her childhood village, to be in charge of her uncle's restaurant, and she doesn't dare to ask Francesco to go with her. I hope Williams’s other novel is more light-hearted and warming because this one, sadly, to not live up to my expectations. The genre indicated as LGBT, but it was not with the main character as I thought, but with supporting characters. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item.

out of 5 and wrote "If you are a love bug, Love Per Square Foot will certainly tug at your heartstrings and make you feel giddy. There was just too much going on with her character in terms of her backstory and none of it really changed her as a person. I liked how she took a step back and made choices for herself and then the romance with the one of the 3 at the end was very sweet. Since the recipe of this trope is made up of exactly two elements (1) Two characters with a secret (often superhero) identity and 2) They don't know the other person's civilian identity) it is easily replicated in other fanworks that include superhero characters and ships, and it has been spreading across different fandoms recently.

But I was irritated by her in the middle when she just kept falling into bed with all these men and the exhaustion she suffered from as a cancer survivor was pushed way out of the book. As her circumstances change over the novel, Penny manages to find herself involved with three very different men – all offering opposing relationships.

Also the POV was just all over the place it was mostly from Penny’s point of view with other people’s random thoughts thrown in willy nilly which made it confusing. Alankrita Sahai plays the role of Sanjay's intimidating boss, Rashi, whereas Ratna Pathak Shah, Supriya Pathak and Raghubir Yadav, essayed the role of Karina and Sanjay's parents. The writing style was okay — nothing makes it stand out from other contemporary romance novels, but if you want something that that's a light, no-thoughts read, this would be good. Penny Bridge has always been unlucky in love, so she can’t believe it when she meets a remarkable new man.

But then the unthinkable happens and Penny must leave London for at least a year to help out at her uncle’s restaurant, tearing apart the new couple. She meets Francesco in London, where she lives, and instantly knows this is something special, but bad communication and family issues means she ends up having to move to elsewhere in the country, where she then meets two other men who capture her heart for different reasons. It just felt like the story got lost some where behind all these attempts at including everyone and everything. It is obvious who Penny should make a future with and I feel the author could have either surprised the reader more at the end or, simply reduced the length of the story.The bestselling author of Our Stop will have you laughing, crying and cheering Penny on in this funny and feel-good exploration of hope, romance and the trust it takes to finally fall in love.

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