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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

good read

The story was emotional and touching. Long story short- boy and girl get married. Girl runs away, comes back 12 years later for divorce, and boy refuses. I have to say that during the book, I stayed mad at the main female character, Ella. In a lot of ways she's so selfi...
The story was emotional and touching. Long story short- boy and girl get married. Girl runs away, comes back 12 years later for divorce, and boy refuses. I have to say that during the book, I stayed mad at the main female character, Ella. In a lot of ways she's so selfish and assumes way too much. I loved Devin though. Over all it was a great story about a guy who refuses to let anything stand in the way of the "love of his life." Very touching..

posted by 3000581 on May 23, 2010

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5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Sweet Home Alabama

If you liked the movie Sweet Home Alabama then you will like this book, it is very similar. The only real difference is of course the extra reason Ella came home, not just for the divorce. I liked Reese Witherspoons character in SHA, I however have to agree with another...
If you liked the movie Sweet Home Alabama then you will like this book, it is very similar. The only real difference is of course the extra reason Ella came home, not just for the divorce. I liked Reese Witherspoons character in SHA, I however have to agree with another reviewer who said she found Ella shallow and selfish. She is, even in the end when she gets an explanation as to why Devin never came after her, she actually still blames him. Immaturity is never a favorite quality of mine when reading.

posted by Shademinx on December 5, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2012

    Nope

    Hated the "heroine". 'Nuff said.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2011

    This is a copycat

    This is copycat of the movie "sweet home alabama". I would not have bought this book if i'd known that. Very disapointing abot this author. The author changed up the plot but the idea was so close to this movie, it was tough to read. The author kept rambling, I had forgotten what the charters where talking about. Gotta ask the author "isn't there copy write laws?

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