Hello there my lovelies! Welcome to my very first DNF Very Mini Reviews. This is where I will showcase and review (very mini) books that I thought I would like but found out very quickly that I do not.
I find that it is difficult to read all the books and if you find one that you just cannot get into, well then you should just move on because there are so many lovely books out there that you will love and you should not waste your time trying desperately to get through ones that you don’t!
It took me a really long time to accept this. I always felt that we should give every book your best effort, even if you had to struggle through. BUT, not everyone has the same tastes and your most disliked book, could be another’s treasure. So here I am and on with the reviews….
Kiss Collector by Wendy Higgins
It pains me to say that I DNF’d this one:( I love Wendy Higgins and I
adore her writing but I could not get past the first chapter of this
I had a hard time stomaching the main character. She just
seemed way too immature for her age and a tad bit ditzy. Add in the
cheater boyfriend whom she still wanted to believe and to me, this was a
recipe for disaster.
This is just my humble opinion while so many others have adored it. It just wasn’t for me. *sighs*
Last Best Story by Maggie Lehrman
the cover is adorable and the blurb sounds amazing, I could not get
past the first couple of chapters. I did not care for the writing style
of the author and it felt very stiff and forced.
Unfortunately, I did not care for this story, but there are others that definitely did so be sure to check out their reviews.
Did you read either of these books? What were your thoughts on them? Do you have any books that you recently DNF’d?
Heather lives in PA with her hubby of 20 years, her 2 loveable daughters and her 2 four legged kids. She enjoys Sunday afternoons lounging in her comfy clothes while enjoying a great book or taking a hike at the local state park! Her favorite author is Jennifer L Armentrout and her favorite at home exercise is HIIT!
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