a review of November 9

Probably one of the best Colleen Hoover books I have read. Yes, I know for the most part all her characters in her books end up together, you know you will get a happy ending, BUT there was a moment when I honestly nothing would recover.

Ben and Fallon (the two main characters) go on one HELL of an emotional roller coaster ride. They meet up once a year for five years. No phone numbers, no Facebook, no social media of any kind, NO INTERACTION except for November 9 every year. I have to give it to Fallon and Ben for sticking through with this deal. Most people can’t go 5 hours without cyber stalking a crush.

And in true Colleen fashion, there are secrets revealed and hearts broken. It was kind of funny that the characters make fun of Insta-Love in books, and yet their’s was an Insta-Love kind of love, and at some points I did find it sort of cheesy. Was the plot in the book believable? Hell no. Was it amazing? Hell yes! Something like that probably doesn’t really exist in todays world, but it gives hope that maybe it can happen, even to the people falling love who completely find it as ludicrous as the rest of the world does.

Side Note: Only downside; I listened to the audio book and I found myself upping the speed on the voice when the girl was narrating. It was tooooooo slooowwwwwwww. Ben was perfect.

a review of November 9

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