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The Five Stages of Falling in Love - Community Reviews back

by Rachel Higginson
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Shygirl: Reading After Midnight
Shygirl: Reading After Midnight rated it 3 years ago
Have your tissues ready for this one, ladies. There won’t be a dry eye left after reading about Liz–a mother of four and new widow–as she struggles to fight her way out of the all-consuming grief over losing her husband, and reconcile her feelings of unexpectedly finding new love. ‘One part would f...
My Reading Nook
My Reading Nook rated it 3 years ago
Five Stages completely gutted me. I felt every iota of Liz and her family's grief for Grady. The pace of the romance is slow but perfect for the situation. Insta-love wouldn't have been fitting here and I'm infinitely grateful for the realism in this story. I spent a better part of this book with te...
LisaP
LisaP rated it 4 years ago
4 to 4.5 “Learning To Live Again” Stars! “We were promised sufferings. They were part of the program. We were even told, 'Blessed are they that mourn,' and I accept it. I've got nothing that I hadn't bargained for. Of course it is different when the thing happens to oneself, not to others, and in re...
BKHorne
BKHorne rated it 4 years ago
Just felt like both men in this book were too perfect. Liz's memories of her deceased husband paint him as a saint: the perfect husband, great father, wonderful and supportive. Equally, her new love interest Ben seems to have no flaws. He is the perfect man: handsome, unattached, doting, patient, ki...
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