My rating: 5 of 5 stars
***** 5 cranky stars *****
First let me collect my feelings and heart from the floor. These two reminded me of a line in a country song that says: I'm a lover and you're a runner. Samuel and Mackenzie are so relatable. This story is based on the 36 questions to fast track love experiment by Arthur Aron. Mackenzie meets Samuel one night and they hit it off. She tells him about these 36 questions. Problem is both of them are very closed off and have had traumatic experiences in their childhood. This book takes you on their journey and each time they meet they ask a few questions here and there. Mackenzie is very resistant to love yet she's a strong independent woman. She doesn't need a man to make her whole she makes herself whole. Samuel is a successful man and content with his life with his ever present dog Rocky. Drama does ensue so its not all relationships and love. I admired this book. It was such an interesting concept. I was genuinely invested into where this was going. How these questions were going to be incorporated and she pulled it off effortlessly. It even made me stop and ask my husband some questions. So if you're looking for an insightful read and a sweet tumultuous love story, then read this. Caution: It is written in Australian slang, which kind of threw me for a loop but it was easy to look past. Minor problem for a pretty book.
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