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Review: The Happy Ever After Playlist

The Happy Ever After Playlist by Abby Jimenez
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Readers of the blog know I seldom review romance-y novels but in the era of Covid-19, I'm sure everyone, including me, is looking for some positivity. The Happy Ever After Playlist offers that in spades but also touches on the very real effects of complex grieving the loss of loved ones.

Sloan is a young woman whose life has been derailed after the death of her fiancé two years before after he is killed by a drunk driver. An artist, she's been barely getting by. Her friends Kirsten and Josh have been trying to get her to reengage with life but it's just not happening for her until the day she is planning to visit her fiancé's grave and she almost hits a dog who then proceeds to jump on her car and inside through her open sunroof. Tucker has a collar. Tucker's owner has a name and a number. Sloan calls Jason for two solid weeks and finally decides this sweet dog is hers. And then Jason calls her f…

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