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Old 11-19-2012, 05:15 PM   #6
Bookworm_Girl
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I used to live in Seattle which is part of why I enjoyed the book. It could be nostalgia for the area influenced my forgiveness of some of the more unrealistic aspects. That's how many books are in this genre though. Maybe I was just in the mood for something light when I read it, and $2.99 was a good deal to try a new author. It's definitely not of the same writing caliber as Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet for example.
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