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by Bridget Foley
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Just Words on a Page
Just Words on a Page rated it 9 years ago
I read Hugo & Rose by Bridget Foley last week (sadly this isn't about Ron and Hermione's kids) and I didn’t have very high expectations (nothing against this book, just not my normal genre) and I was pleasantly surprised. I really enjoyed this book- it wasn’t a page-turner but it did keep my attent...
So many books so little time
So many books so little time rated it 9 years ago
I won this in a giveaway so giving an honest review is the least I could do. This book was such an up and down kind of read. The first half of the novel I felt for Rose. The second half took a while for me to get back into. Over all this book had a very unique concept and I really enjoyed it.
Twitchy Witchy Girl
Twitchy Witchy Girl rated it 9 years ago
I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect when I began reading Hugo & Rose. I mean, what would you do if you suddenly met the man from your dreams? Apparently stalking them is a great option. I felt so bad for Rose’s family and everything that she put them through. Every time she called herself a horribl...
debbiekrenzer rated it 9 years ago
I was hooked early in on this, but the farther I got, the less interesting it became. I mean it started out all cute when her and her family would play Hugo games and tell stories. But when she spotted him and that was all she thought about. Risking her children's safety and lives? That just kind of...
For Those About to Read
For Those About to Read rated it 9 years ago
**I won this book through Goodreads FirstReads**Rose is unhappy with her never-ending cycle of a mundane life. Her only escape is in her dreams. This is where she meets up with a boy, Hugo, who has had a starring role in every dream she has had since she was 6 years old. One day, after her son's soc...
The Bookish Universe
The Bookish Universe rated it 10 years ago
The original post is here. Thank you St. Martin’s Press for allowing me to read and review this book. Initial thoughts: 1. The writing was good and the story flew naturally. The last twenty pages hooked me and I was curious to know the ending, although I didn’t like the epilogue.2. Rose annoyed ...
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