I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Love Book by Nina Solomon
It all starts when four unsuspecting women on a singles' bike trip through Normandy discover a mysterious red book about love. But did they discover it--or did the book bring them together? Magical words, spells, conjurations, and a little dose of synchronicity abound in The Love Book, an anti-rom com about the misadventures of four women who embark on a soul mate-seeking journey. Somehow The Love Book insinuates itself into their lives and has its way with them. But there is more than matchmaking afoot. The four women--Emily, Beatrice, Max, and Cathy--are each nudged, cajoled, inspired--perhaps "guided"--despite themselves, to discover love, fulfillment, and the true nature of what being a soul mate really means. While on the surface a lighthearted romp, the novel is a serious exploration of the difficulties women routinely encounter when their lives do not turn out the way society, their families, and they themselves may have planned.
Love. Friendship. Second Chances. Old flames. Unexpected times.
Warning, go get a French to English dictionary when you read this.
Love, I love the fact that these women were searching for love but at the same time, they’re not. It’s not that complicated. Friendship. As I told you, these women are nothing like each other, but they still kept their ties with each other. Soirees!
This book told stories about changes, old flames, love right in front of you, finding yourself, true colors, love for family.
I love that it was told how people can change and that person you might have hated before might just be the person for you. That who you thought you wanted to be with isn’t the person for you but the one who has always been there for you. Sometimes, love is right under our noses, and you have to stop looking for it elsewhere. And in order to find love, you have to love yourself first. However, you need to understand that maybe, you don’t need to find love – love finds you at the right time. I love this book. I love the setting, the characters (this time, really e v e r y o n e.), the writing and just everything.
Overall, Love will find you at the right time, and I’m thankful this book found me. Everybody needs to read this like, right. now. You won’t regret it.
Reviewed by: Reneth