I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
‘All this time I’d thought I was helping people decide to do the right thing. Or to at least act in that direction. But what if I was wrong about what the right thing was?’
Dear Emma was an introspective and oftentimes funny look into the life of one college girl who just so happened to also write an advice column for the campus newspaper. However, she was a tad lacking in the real-life-experience department. How could it not be interesting, right?
College junior, ‘semi-professional’ advice columnist Harriet started off right away as sort of (I hate to say the word) neurotic, but she was also an intelligent, comical young woman. She fell into the trap that I’m sure a lot of us do at some point, or all the time, being that she over analyzed pretty much everything. Especially when Keith stopped texting her and she basically resorted to cyberstalking him.