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The Vintage Guide to Love and Romance by Kirsty Greenwood

on April 15, 2015
The Vintage Guide to Love and Romance by Kirsty Greenwood
I loved this book for me the best chick lit books are the i heart series by the brilliant lindsey kelk but its now sharing a place with the vintage guide to love and romance and i truly mean that.I’m not sure my review will not do this any justice but please if you’re reading this then read the vintage guide to love and romance. I had a lot of emotions from reading this book i was laughing so much at the first chapter i cried at parts and i got angry at parts.

Its a classic brilliant chick lit book but what makes it better is kirsty is not afraid to write anything down.

I loved Jess she is the sort of character that you want to be or need someone in ur life like jess she is brilliant fun loving girl she does have few issues but i think thats why she is like the person she is so she does not have to think about the past but she knows what she wants in her life and she sticks to it well sort of. Jess is a very strong character she is a true heroine and i liked the growth of her character at the end of the book she finally felt settled.

I liked the supporting characters i think they was brilliant especially Peach she sounds a lovely fun down to earth girl and think she brings out the best in jess this can be seen at the end of the book.
The vintage outfits worn by Jess sounded beautiful in the book my favourite one was the sailor inspired outfit, the vintage life morals what jess was living by was balanced out and brought back to modern day by the swearing, the sex scenes, the facebook and the hashtags.

There is not a single thing i can say wrong about this book i really enjoyed it and after i finished it i felt very warm and grateful for the people i have in my life. Not sure if it will happen but would love to see Jess and Peaches again in another book.

Kirsty you have done a amazing job with this book and i cant wait to see what you have in store for us next


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