Rom-Com Book Review: We Met in December

We Met in December



Oliver and Daisy have been compared to each other their whole lives and while Oliver went on to accomplish his goals, Daisy did not.  Now she must deal with hearing about all of Oliver’s successes at every family gathering. But this year Daisy is out to prove that she can have a grown-up life too.  That is until she learns a secret that will rock her and Oliver’s world.

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Thank you to William Morrow for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  



This book was cute, and I enjoyed it but I felt like it could have been better.  Jess and Alex were both cute characters, but I felt like some of the story was missing.  There wasn’t much drama other than two characters pining over one another, which got a little old honestly.  

As I mentioned I did like the characters, Jess was adorable and I was rooting for her the whole time.  I felt like Alex was a bit underdeveloped, and relied too heavily on his past relationship issues as character development.  The side characters were fine. None of them really stood out to me, which is another place I felt like this book could have improved.  

This wasn’t a bad book, I just wanted more out of it.  It was a good book, not a great book. It was a cute holidayish romance. 


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