For Cecelia Ahern,
I recently read your book Love, Rosie. And I loved it. I absolutely loved it.
The story about a girl, who gets accidently pregnant in her teens, just before starting for college, missed all the opportunities for herself at the time. The story of that girl and her best friend since they were little continuing way ahead in future. Slutty Bethany, the ex girlfriend. The love between Rosie and Katie, her daughter. Katie and her best friend Toby. The story spanning across almost 40 years of texts, emails, postcards and letters.
I loved each and every character, their silly quirks, and their innermost thoughts. I loved Rosie for being such a great mother to Katie. I loved Alex for being there almost always for Rosie.
Ex-girlfriends are easily forgotten. Best friends stay with you forever.
I loved Rosie’s mom and dad for being proud of their two daughters. I loved how Alex and Katie would always spell ‘know’ as ‘no’. I loved each and every bit of this book.
I loved the detailed letters and emails. I loved the whole book! And most of all, I remembered the silence between two people.
Definitely recommended to every romanceaholic. Nothing like the conventional love stories, this book stands out from the rest.
From An Avid Reader.
”Life is funny isn’t it? Just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, just when you finally begin to plan something, get excited about something, and feel like you know what direction you’re heading in, the paths change, the signs change, the wind blows the other way, north is suddenly south, and east is west, and you’re lost. It is so easy to lose your way, to lose direction. And that’s with following the signposts.”
“By the way Rosie, you were my best woman that day and you still are my best friend. Always will be. Just to let you no.”
“I am raising a disco ball for a daughter.”
“It’s your life. If you want something, you need to get out there and grab it by the horns because no one is going to give you what you want on a plate.”