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[Mini Review] Definitely, Maybe Fluffy

Definitely, Maybe in Love - Ophelia London

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Three-Point-Five Stars, Rounded Down to Three


ARC received from Netgalley


I might be the only female above, like, ten who hasn't read, or even watched, Pride and Prejudice. I know, I know, it's strange and unnatural, but I watched the Lizzie Bennett Diaries, if that slightly elevates your opinion of me.


Retellings are extremely difficult to write, and I usually find myself angry at them, since most of the time, they don't follow the source material well enough, and I've always wondered what it would be like if I didn't read the source material first.


Spring is a student in Environment Science, and needs help on her thesis project. Fortunately for her, Henry just moved in across the street. There's an instant attraction between them, but of course, Spring hates Henry right away.which is definitely not like any other New Adult book.


I found the romance way too quick, and yet, it was somehow very cute to watch.


A few times, I became bored and switched to a different book, but these were far between.


Like The Summer I Became a Nerd, one of the few words I can think of this novel is "fluffy". If you're between depressing books and want something more upbeat, this is the story for you.

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