Review for Always Come Home by Maureen Driscoll!

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This book was an easy read, which makes sense for a free e-book!

Most of the characters were incredibly witty, which I didn’t mind at all. Colin’s sense of humor is amazing! I wish I could meet him in real life! He’s definitely one of my all-time favorite characters so far! I always loved vocabulary used in the older times since it has almost a passive aggressive element to it and it always makes me laugh. This book was also more on the cheesy side and I minded it somewhat but if you’re into that, then all is well!

This is a perfect read if you’re in the mood for a quick story and lots of laughs before bedtime! The story did skip around POV’s (Point of Views) a lot which, in this case, didn’t let me fully connect with the ‘main’ characters. I would have liked it to stay mainly on Ava’s and Colin’s relationship throughout the story but that’s just me!
The reason I didn’t give this fully 3 stars is because it also lacked a good plot. There wasn’t much of a plot twist, if there was any. I also wouldn’t have minded the characters to know each other a little more before throwing the big “L” word around.

All in all, I’m glad I gave it a try.
2.5/3 stars!

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