Friday, 22 November 2019

Review of The Art Of Moving On by Mallory Lopez

Total decimation.

That’s how Emerald Evans-Green feels after “The Dan Thing” happened. He destroyed her self-confidence, and left her eating cartons of ice cream while listening to Beyonce’s "Lemonade" every day.

To make matters worse the enigma, Paxton Wright, who has done nothing but hassle Emmy for years, has increased his obnoxious teasing.

Luckily Emmy’s best friend, Ricky Rodriguez, is there to help Emmy pick up the pieces and remind her of who she really is: a confident leader and talented artist. Yet, Emmy still isn’t so sure.

Everyone else seems to be moving on with their lives; so why can’t Emmy? With constant reminders of Dan’s betrayal, her dad dating, and Paxton’s mind games, she can’t possibly move on; not after her heart has been shattered too many times.

Or can she?

My Review: 5 stars
I picked this up looking for a good romance read, and I was not disappointed. Emmy is trying to move on after what happened with Dan, her best friend is trying to help her pick up the pieces of her life and it seems like Paxton is there to make things worse. The characters sprang to life off the page and you were hooked from the first chapter, pulled into their lives and wanting to know more. It was well-written and engaging and I adored Emmy and Ricky and grew to know more about Paxton. Overall, a delightful romance and one that people should love!

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