Book 1: Take a Chance on Me
The character development was also good, although one of the characters made me wary of him already right from the start. In a way, the story was predictable, but it was great, nonetheless. I was very happy with how Julia grew as the story progressed, and in turn, she helped her daughter grow as well. The way the both of them learned to deal with loss and became stronger was simply beautiful. Moreover, the characters had their own flaws, which made me feel easier to somehow connect with them. And, Dane. I just absolutely love him! *squeaaaal!*
All in all, the reason why I couldn't give this a four star rating is because while I enjoyed reading it, I just can't help feeling that the story was not really realistic. When her past boyfriends suddenly talk to her and her life becoming like a soap opera, out of nowhere, while dealing with grief, I just don't think it really happens in real life. Also, maybe it was because that I think this one didn't leave a huge impact in me. But still, it doesn't make The One That I Want any less than an amazing story of loss and acceptance. I'm looking forward to the next installment of this!
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