book, 1.5 stars
it was for basic flippant reading for me. it looked appealing because of its entertaining premise of a 31ish woman was pursuing marriage while her current state, on the opposite wasn’t so engaging.
i gave it a 1.5 because although i wanted to get to its conclusion and find out if Italian Angie finds love or not, it was still cliche and somewhat unproportional with character realism. everyone seemed to be bold and beautiful with very superficial conflicts. I almost remember rolling my eyes at numerous parts of the book.
it wasn’t bad…you’ll get through it without cringing and complaining…it’s indifferently entertaining, but it’s not in my “favorites” panel of choice.