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This review is from: The Perfect Present (Kindle Edition)
I really enjoyed this book.
When I started it, I was a little unsympathetic towards the main character. She felt a bit one dimensional and I struggled to relate or empathise with her in any way. I knew she had a story to tell, but it wasn't until her skiing "lesson" that I felt I could begin to start liking her. Once she had some depth and experience, I felt like I wanted to know more about her. Before that point, I wasn't really bothered about her.
It's a really easy book to read. Not too predictable, with lots of interesting characters, some of which could have been developed a little more. I never got bored of the story and I thought it was a very enjoyable read. I was itching to know what charms she would make for each person, just as much as the big build up about what went on with her and her sister.