Self Love: A British Tale of Woe and Wit by TL Clark. While I did feel this story had a bit of a slow beginning and didn’t immediately draw me in, once it picked up a bit I found myself lost in it’s pages. Molly is trying to figure out who she is in this crazy big world. She’s a bit on the downer side when it comes to her view of herself but I can honestly say I connected with her on many levels even though I hate to think that at times. You truly get to see inside the head space of Molly and it’s quite the ride. This story took me on a bit of an emotional journey right along with Molly. It’s a bit different from this authors other books and for that alone I was excited because I love the others and it’s nice to see an author right in more genres. The storyline is well written and easy to follow and I really did love the characters. I’m giving this book a four star review and recommend it to everyone.
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