R E V I E W ➠ Someday, Somehow by Claudia Burgia
Men and women can be friends.
At least that’s what I’ve been telling myself since George walked into my life.
We bicker as much as we have each other’s backs.
So, she left to find herself and I feel like I can’t breathe without her.
It’s okay, it’s only temporary.
But when she walks back into my life, it’s on the arm of a stranger.
Seriously, I just realized I’m in love with her and she’s engaged?
I have six weeks to convince George we’re meant to be together—not only in the kitchen or be forced to watch her marry another man.
Time is running out, and soon, she’ll be gone from my life.
I’m risking everything, will that be enough?
RELEASE DATE: October 3, 20109
Not my first read by the author, and I have to say that it was an impulse jump. That said, because it involves another man and all that. Kind of was a little scared to jump in, triangles are one of my triggers. Luckily this wasn’t to the point where I couldn’t read it.
It was a little different for me, I unfortunately couldn’t connect to I don;t know if it was the characters or the story. Either way, that doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy it, it was just a little different for me…the tone.
Auggie is a man who took it slow, didn’t believe and put it off…until the end when he now not only didn’t have a chance again but time was not on his side. So he set’s out to be the best for HER and show her that now he is serious. George or Georgie is, I don’t know how to express her. She is very indecisive, and of course smart and beautiful yes. Reflective and I feel for her because of the choices she had to make…it’s a very VERY SLOW burn, it more focuses on the friendship aspect because they have been in each other lives for over a decade. Basically you get the whole story, all the years and all the information you’d want.
If you want slow burn, angsty, friends-to-lovers, little bit of a triangle, and lot’s of laughter. This one is for you!
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