The Love Square: The funny, feel-good romantic comedy to escape with this year from the bestselling author of Our Stop

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The Love Square: The funny, feel-good romantic comedy to escape with this year from the bestselling author of Our Stop

The Love Square: The funny, feel-good romantic comedy to escape with this year from the bestselling author of Our Stop

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We deliver imaginative and carefully case managed mental health and SEND support for children and young people with social, emotional, and mental health needs, as well as training and consultancy for organisations. Thanks to Avon Books UK and NetGalley for providing me with an e-arc in exchange for myhonest review. And as someone who has not been through that kind of traumatic experience, it was interesting to learn how someone who is cancer-free feels after their victorious battle.

As a cancer survivor Penny had been trying to figure out timing with doing surrogacy with her sister who offered. The list goes on, we have a surrogacy, eggs fertilised by donor sperm frozen away, a 20 year age gap, a polygamous Guy, sex outdoors, indoors always in outlandish places and outlandish ways. Penny did have a couple of wonderful friends who made reading it feel worthwhile, and I did like that she was challenged at the end to figure out what she wanted.Palav, praised the use of veteran singers, Udit Narayan, Altamash Faridi and Tarannum Malik, in the soundtrack, adding a verdict: "Sohail’s put up a winning OST, which is relatable, warm and accessible". She’s appreciative of her family and friends, of the world she has created for herself, her business and her reputation. Anand wrote the script in late 2010, as a dark film initially, with Vikramaditya Motwane, stating that the script is too dark, and it need to make the character likeable. The writing style was okay — nothing makes it stand out from other contemporary romance novels, but if you want something that that's a light, no-thoughts read, this would be good. Judging a book by its cover and all that but also from the synopsis i was thinking it would be the fun, flirty, easy read I needed to get me out of a bit of a reading slump.

As her circumstances change over the novel, Penny manages to find herself involved with three very different men – all offering opposing relationships. I liked Sharon and I think Thomas had potential to be the more interesting of boyfriends – it’s a shame neither featured more in the story. Let’s move to the plot to get a closer look to the story: We’re introduced to Penny, unlucky in love, suffering from numerous disastrous dates. There was just too much going on with her character in terms of her backstory and none of it really changed her as a person. I liked Penny for most of the book, but particularly towards the end, I felt her confidence and independence came across really well, and it showed how her character had developed.She’s pledged to focus on other things – her friends, her career – making the most of what busy London life has to offer. My facial expressions I'm sure were something to behold during particular hairy moments of this audiobook and I'd recommend it as a light read. I felt like Penny as a character apart from the ‘romance’ was far easier to like and identify with, and seemed much more unique.

Kriti Tulsiani of News18 wrote "If the name Love Per Square Foot isn't enough to bring a smile to your face, just sit back and relish the conundrums of love and space in the city of Mumbai. And till one day, she meets with an amazing man, next day she meets with another amazing man and then she meets with one more amazing man. He narrated the script to producer Ronnie Screwvala, at his office, whom eventually accepted to produce the film, after liking the script. Its a wonder they took the guy in the first third I really liked and made him so unlikable without any acknowledgement whatsoever - apparently I was still meant to be rooting for them.

The stories all felt a little predictable, which was a shame as this the premise on which the book is based on. Charlie, a colleague working with Penny in Derbyshire, is Williams’s most diverse character and as a gender non-binary, I found myself most surprised to see this representation. Penny even mentions that Francesco was seeing other people while saying he was in love with her, and was mad at her for doing the same thing? I had assumed that there would be humorous scenes where she bumps into one man while on a date with another, and other romantic comedy situations, but this book only has one or two of these, and the tone was all off. There are bits I’d have changed a little but it did feel like a fresh release from the contemporary romance genre, amongst a sea of similar books, and the storyline is a fun read – I just almost wish the book could have been about Penny and her life minus the men!

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