A Year of Taking Chances by Jennifer Bohnet

My review

What a fabulous and a half book!! This book was gorgeous, delightful, and an absolute breezy read about 2 best friends Tina and Jodie, wanting the Cosmos (I meant the Universe, not the magazine) to change their lives before they reach the big 3-O.

And the cosmos responds via the author Jennifer Bohnet; the story follows the lives of these girls, with husbands and significant others joining in along with the people, friends who become a part of their lives thus becoming their extended family.

I loved the way the author has shown that distance does not matter, and friendship can still go strong with technology, Skype, chat, text messages, mails. Both Tina and Jodie see to it that they are a part of each other’s lives, and it made a joyous reading, just to see that.

The strives of a hectic week just washed away by the words of this riveting story about two best friends. My first book by Jennifer Bohnet, and it was everything that I needed to make my Saturday evening fabulous.

I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher HQ Digital, and this is my honest and unbiased opinion.

My rating : 5 stars

Book blurb

When best friends, Tina and Jodie, make a drunken New Year’s Eve vow to change their lives before they hit the big 3 – 0, neither expected to end the year with much more than another hangover…

Twelve months later, Jodie is married and living in Provence – and Tina is exactly where she was a year ago (although now her rent is double). Tina can’t help but feel a little bit left behind, but as Jodie reminds her, she’s not thirty yet, there’s still time to quit her job, start her own literary agency and sign the man of her dreams!

Product Details

Publication date : 6th April, 2018

Publisher : HQ Digital

Language : English

An easy breezy read

9 thoughts on “A Year of Taking Chances by Jennifer Bohnet

    1. It was a cute read, I didn’t analyse the book I just wanted to relax and read and not think about why and how about the characters.
      Hahaha I thought the book was fabulous and a half… Thank you

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