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Note to Self: Change the Locks by Heather…

Note to Self: Change the Locks

by Heather Balog

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A very interesting and chic-lit oriented title, i love the cover.
I was fully aware what to expect from the story and it bring surprises and I did enjoy.

So the story is about ex-husband suddenly popping in your life when you don't expect it at all, when you have finally passed the pain and have moved on, when you have started a new page..but well, this is life and somehow he has managed to speak so much that you have let him stay in your apartment for a while and you are starting to grow in pile of lies. Why? Because the situation is unbearable crazy - you are dating and you haven't even told your boyfriend you are divorce...Not that it would make a big change, this is modern life, but well, its such a huge topic...
So he is here and you slowly bring your life in the apartment and he is not bothering you since then, and then you realize you have started wondering about him..you find him absolutely normal and actually down to earth. But we all know the fact how he stabbed you in the heart. So we, readers, try not to grow close to you both. We try to focus on your new boyfriend and the big event. Although some signs start to pop up, which seems weird, but we want to ignore them..until, until..we dont like the mess.

I am so glad she didnt marry the guy, I suspect all the facts may be misleading and her friend annoyed me when at the first she was so on and on about her ex husband. I mean said it once, and enough. She really annoyed me most of the book. Well, friends are weird often and not always you must listen...Apart for the ex-husband - that's interesting..

I did enjoy the book while travelling on bus and could focus full attention on the characters. ( )
  ilonita50 | Jul 21, 2016 |
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