I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella | Review

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12033455¡Hola, mi gente! Recently I read a book that I could not stop reading. It was so much fun! That book was I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella. It was a reread, I read it years ago, but I enjoyed it a lot more this time around. 

This book is over 400 pages long yet I read it in two days. IT WAS SO GOOD! But this doesn’t mean I loved everything about it. I’m going to start with what I liked.

This book has two parts, the first part that is crazy and hilarious and the second that was more serious and intense. The first part was hilarious in an awkward, embarrassing way. I could barely handle the second-hand embarrassment. It was oh so real. There were times I wanted to slap some sense into her. She was just ugh but still, I loved her.

I loved all the characters. Some I loved to love, others I loved to hate, some got on my nerve and I really wanted to slap—why am I being so violent?—and some only for part of the book.

Now here’s what I disliked: this was a romance novel with one of the main characters being an engaged woman. SHE WAS ENGAGED!!! That was so wrong. There are no excuses. If she’s engaged she shouldn’t have a love story with someone that isn’t her fiancé. Also, as much as I love them together it happened out of nowhere. At first, there was nothing just them fighting and him being serious and then BOOM! They’re in love. It was slow at first just them getting to know each other but then towards the end, the romance was rushed. The book is over 400 pages!!! She had enough time!

Even with that bothering me I still loved this book a little too much. How should I rate it? At first, I was obsessed and it was a five stars but now that I’d time to think about it I think I’ll give it…

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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