The Girl in Seat 24B by Jennifer Peel
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Carly Bishop is a saint! Or at least very close to one. I really came to love her character and was rooting for her and admired her strength. This story is mainly about her and everything she is going through with the separation from her husband and becoming a single mother.
I wish I could say I liked Michael or grew to like him, but I really didn't. Not that he doesn't have some nice moments, he does. But he also did a lot of things that really ticked me off! I would have loved to have his POV along the way to really get inside his head and see why he was doing the things he was doing. I thought his change at the end was a little rushed and would have liked to see what made him wake up. I kind of made assumptions about his motivations and how things would happen, but again he really ticked me off so having his POV would have been really interesting.
Overall, I was sucked into the story and had a hard time putting this one down. I wanted to see what would happen and how things would work out. I thought Carly was a great character and I enjoyed being along for her journey. Oh, and I loved how close she became to her in-laws and how they were really there for her.
Language: None (that I remember)
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