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The Girl's Guide to Falling in Love by [Hart, Sophie]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1762 KB
  • Print Length: 295 pages
  • Publisher: Bookouture; 3 edition (19 Sept. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00N34SL9C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #185,008 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have to start off by saying that I am a huge Sophie Hart fan. I thoroughly enjoyed The Naughty Girls Book Club, so naturally I had very high expectations for The Beginners Guide To The Birds and The Bees and I am super delighted to say that this novel met those ridiculously high expectations…and some! Firstly, I really liked the storyline. I don’t recall reading a book about a sex therapist before, it’s something a bit different and I wasn’t sure how it was going to play out – would this be a ridiculously hot, steamy, Fifty-Shades style book? If that is not your thing then have no fear, because The Beginners Guide To The Birds and The Bees is not like that at all.
Of course sex is discussed, Annie is a sex therapist after all, but there aren’t really any X-Rated, blush-inducing scenes. This is just one very well formed, sweet, funny and immensely enjoyable romantic comedy.

Annie makes for a brilliant lead and you can’t help but appreciate the irony that she spends her life sorting out other peoples relationships, yet doesn’t take her own advice and is quite unlucky in the love department. She’s easy to relate to and pretty much your typical chick-lit lead character (and there’s nothing wrong with that!) in the sense that she is always being asked when she’s going to settle down by her mother, has a string of disastrous dates after being set up by her sister, likes Leonardo DiCaprio and is a sucker for a happy ending.
However, along with Annie, the couples that she counsels are absolutely brilliant as well. They’re each so lovely that you can’t help but warm to them, sympathise with their problems and desperately hope that they can sort things out.
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I gave three stars as the book is very well written. However 58% through and still didn't feel compelled to read on. I usually read books in a day or two. And sometimes more than one at a time. But unfortunately have given up on this one. The main character has no meaningful exciting involvement with a love interest over half way through. The story is predictably prim and British in style. I prefer something a little more out of the box.
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A refreshing read which had a lot to offer. Not only did the plot revolve around bright, young things but also included an older couple which made a welcome change and gave the novel a dose of reality. The author treated her cast of characters with dignity so I found myself really rooting for them and hoping they would overcome their various dilemmas.
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By Sophie TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 7 Oct. 2014
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The Beginner’s Guide to the Birds and the Bees was a charming, feel-good novel and one which stood out to me as being as little different to a lot of women’s fiction books around at the moment. It was packed full of friendship, romance and was simply a really warm read – the equivalent of an uplifting day spent catching up with old friends with lots of laughs and smiles.

Annie Hall is a sex therapist, which unlike what the name might suggest, doesn’t mean she goes around showing couples how things work in the bedroom department… Rather, Annie was just a caring, very likeable character, hopeful and eager to help her clients on the way to their own happy endings. Annie is long-term single after a bad relationship and so on surface is maybe not the best person to help couples get their relationships back on track, but she was so positive and full of patience and advice, she felt like the perfect person to turn to. Early on, we’re introduced to the three latest couples who are enlisting Annie’s help – Nick and Julia, Ray and Linda and Zoe and Simon. Even though we’re then brought four individual stories throughout the book, it was never hard to keep up. Sophie effortlessly switched between each couple’s stories, and Annie’s story, and then when they did combine, the novel hit its heart-warming best.

I loved each individual couple and how different they all were – whether that was due to age, ambition or personalities, the book had a great mix of characters and seeing them all connect with each other at the group therapy sessions was really interesting to read. Nick and Julia have been trying unsuccessfully for a baby – and I couldn’t help but feel for Nick at the beginning and his frustration with Julia only seeing him as an object to help her conceive.
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Thank you to Bookouture for accepting my review request via Netgalley. I requested this book so long ago and I’m so sad that I took so long to read it. I hadn’t read any of Sophie’s books before but I was drawn in by the cover and blurb.

This book follows sex therapist Annie Hall. Annie is great at fixing everyone else’s love lives but she is a disaster with her own. After what happened in her last relationship she decided to focus on her work instead, that is until Jamie comes along.

Jamie works in one of the other rooms in the building Annie leases for work. They regularly see each other in the common areas and secretly Annie thinks he’s quite a looker. But after last time she’s not sure she’s ready to go there again. Fixing her patient’s lives is much less risky.

I loved all of Annie’s patients but by far my favourite couple was Simon and Zoe. They were so in love and so open to anything it was very refreshing.

I loved that this book was set in Norwich. I live in Ipswich which is pretty close so I could recognise some of the local area’s in the book. This can really help with visualising scenes.

I found Sophie’s writing witty and addictive. I found it really difficult to put this book down. I have another book of Sophie’s and I’m really hoping I can fit it in soon because if it’s anywhere near as good as this one I know I’m going to love it.

Sophie has very quickly become one of my favourite writers and I will be keeping my eyes peeled for more of her books.
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