Self Love: A British Tale of Woe and Wit By TL Clark – Review by Emily Brockschmidt

Self LoveSelf Love by T.L. Clark
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“Self Love” by TL Clark is a lovely story about an overweight, unhappy woman named Molly and her challenges in life. Molly owns her own floral business and is always around very happy brides to be which tends to bring her down as she can’t find love herself. Add in an overbearing mother who can’t say anything nice and general low self-esteem and Molly is a bit of a wreck. Molly is a very relatable character who says so many things I’ve heard many woman, including myself, say before. Her struggles are very real and honest and that makes her quite lovable to me. I found the story to be a less raunchy “Bridget Jones” type story filled with fun British terms and written almost as a diary. TL Clark’s story is one I believe many women could benefit from reading as the moral is the title and that self love is necessary and important to us all. If you like a sweet romance, or if you struggle at all with loving yourself then please read this book! I give “Self Love” by TL Clark four stars!

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