Pages no: 331
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
Review: 3 ½ out of 5 starsSweet Thing intrigued me right from the onset, it was a book filled with hope, friendship, self-discovery and love that I found myself really enjoying.Our main protagonist is twenty-five year Mia Kelly who has moved to bustling New York City to run her recently deceased fat...
actually rated book a 3.5 stars but I always round up to the next star.SWEET THING was a good book that held my interest, although barely at times. It wasn't flashing or suspenseful, just a good read. I did find there were a lot of moments the story would drag and at times I would contemplate puttin...
Mia Kelley moves to the East Village after her father passes away to run his café. She meets a cute musician called Will Ryan who is developing a following for his music and they form a close friendship, but Mia is afraid of love and everything that comes with it.I wanted to give Mia a good talking ...
Angst whores will love this book.I was so mad at Mia that I never stopped being mad at her. She did not deserve Will, she spent 80% of the book turning him down, turning him away and putting him in the friend zone. It went on for so long that I became disconnected and never made it back to thinking...
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