“I’d dipped chips in salsa, trying to remember the last time a person had taken …

“I’d dipped chips in salsa, trying to remember the last time a person had taken this much interest in me.” ❤️

It’s really really hard to rate this one because I could NOT put it down. When I wasn’t reading it, I was listening on audio (which was excellent) and it was so riveting. So why the low rating of 2.5 stars? ⭐️⭐️💫 I was totally sucked into 85% of the book and then it sharply went downhill all the way to a major face palming feeling at the end. I even felt like – was this really written by a woman? I can’t say more now because of spoilers!The protagonist’s name also really bothered and borderline irritated me. Honestly, another face palm moment I had. It had such an interesting premise but ultimately one that was totally confusing – a polygamist whose wives don’t know each other.. I kept wondering who the heck would enter into that agreement? I’m fine when all parties of the plural marriage know each other and enter into said relationship openly but … um, did red flags not go up for our girl Thursday?? Oh, and Thursday’s day with her man is…. Thursday. See what I mean about the face palm? So yeah, it was truly a page-turner and totally consumable but had too many issues for me in plot and character. ❤️



5 thoughts on ““I’d dipped chips in salsa, trying to remember the last time a person had taken …”

  1. Ok I feel the same way about this book. I couldn’t put it down but the pieces didn’t fit. It could have bee much more interesting if the author had made it multiple marriages instead of insanity

  2. I felt the same way! I knew what I was reading had all kinds of problems plot wise but I couldn’t stop turning the page! 😆

  3. I totally felt the same way! I did not like the main character either so I don’t know why I kept reading 🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️

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