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A Girl Like You by Maria Geraci
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Jul 07, 12

Read on October 19, 2012, read count: 1

Rating: 3.25
Overall impression: This was nice to read, but not something I would read again, unless it involved more of her future relationship.

What I liked:
≈She introduces herself as a 5-out-of-10-looking person
≈The unimportant characters are great
≈She explains who is who explicitly and the side characters (although kind of numerous) are really easy to keep track of, due to their interesting stories

What I disliked:
≈The main story was less interesting than everyone else's
≈Sometimes I couldn't tell whether the plot was centered around getting her article or getting her guy (it's supposed to be centered around her, that much I'm sure)
≈Personality- I can't find much of it. I get a bit from her actions, but not really what drives her. Although, she seems to think that she over-analyzes too much and that her mothers have influenced her with their kindness, intelligence, etc., I don't really see her as a person I would know in real life. Basically, she's just another character.
≈She went through most of the book being in a relationship with one guy although originally crushing on another. Then when her relationship ended, she kissed her boss (her previous crush). When she realizes she doesn't like him/he's a tool, she's into another co-worker by the end of the book. As for her co-worker- even if the guy appeared through the book, she barely started showing interest in him until the last few pages.

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