“Isn’t it nice, once you’ve outgrown the idea of what life should be and you just enjoy what it is?”
This book is…fine. TJR is great at writing page-turning books (I read this over the course of one day).
There’s a lot of profound advice and thought-provoking points throughout the story. But there are also some predictable and sugary sweet moments (which is probably great for fans of contemporary romance, but it’s not my usual genre so take my opinion with a grain of salt!)
Like her other books I’ve read, TJR is also great at writing stories that would translate well on screen. After I Do would likely be a popular movie if it were ever adapted.