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Evyn It's kind of cheesy, kind of cliche, and kind of predictable. But it is, without a doubt, one of my favorite books ever. I think we all pick a certain take on romance that we make our own, and this is mine. Hope you enjoy(ed)!
Hannah Christmas I mean, it's cheesy, but I think it's a good kind. It's a quick read, so it's definitely not a book that's going to take a lot of your time. But it deals with deeper issues than just the romantic relationship that the title implies. There are a lot of issues the main character is dealing with her father, as well as Oliver, the male lead character. I enjoyed it. It was cute and light. It's a good book if you are traveling, I think.
The Boho Bookie I am a fan of this book and trust me, it is worth reading. I enjoyed it and it is an easy read and you could read it in a day
Amariah Dixon I didn't find it very cheesy. It's more-so just a cute romance story. The character Oliver was funny.
julia Hi! I actually just read it yesterday and while it's somewhat cheesy (what can you expect from a book about love at first sight?) I think it's worth reading when you have the chance. If you like romance books, it's a cute little book. But it's not just about the romance between the two characters, it also deals with a broken father-daughter relationship. So no, it's not completely cheesy because the problems the MC is going through is real. I definitely recommend it if you like these kinds of books ^-^
Brian Hutzell Though it is unabashedly romantic, it is not cheesy. It is also more than just a romance, as much of the book concerns parent/child relationships, divorce, and other family matters. Besides, love stories make up a lot of great literature, so what’s wrong with a well-written love story? Enjoy!