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Lauren Asher

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Reality renovation star, Dahlia Munoz has come home to heal after being dumped by her fiance due to fertility issues. Dahlia has dealt with depression all her life, but this recent double whammy has left her unable to cope, so she spends most of her time in bed, until Julian Lopez comes back into her life. Rivals most of their lives, Julian left Dahlia alone in college to face her demons alone. Now, with his mothers urging, Julian gives Dahlia the lifeline she needs in the form of an old Founders mansion that she has always loved. By asking her to help with the renovation, Julian has given Dahlia hope, but she is also afraid that he may have brought back feelings that she thought were long gone.

Love Redesigned is a good story about two souls, separated by circumstance and brought back together the same way. The premise of the book held promise for me, but I had trouble with the writing style of the novel - too much telling, very little humor, and dialogue that seems to go nowhere. The length of the book also seemed overly long for this type of story. While the conclusion was satisfying, overall, there just wasn't enough of a story to hold my interest.
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ftbooklover | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Feb 27, 2024 |
This was an enjoyable but superficial book. I was expecting it to go more into what was going on with the past of the characters and so on, but it never left the surface.

I hated that Declan was so overbearing all the time and tbh I really didn't like the dynamic of two workaholics together. Give me a romance with one of them being like: I don't dream of labour!

They were still nice people at their core and I had a lot of fun reading most of this, the banter was very well done and they had a lot of chemistry. Surprisingly it had very little miscommunication, when I was reading the summary I was expecting way more.

Finally, and this is a me issue, first person POV always distracts me a lot. Specially this unnatural way of narrating while trying to describe someone, like in the first page when Iris says something along the lines of “yeah, this is my bestie with his sandy blond hair” (paraphrasing here).

PS: I also learned that Alatorre is an actual person, which, fun. But in my mind it was funnier when I thought it was fake and it was a reference to Alonso.
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omseijas | Hi ha 9 ressenyes més | Feb 3, 2024 |

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