One Moment, a review by Di

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Becky Hunter

March 12, 2024
352 pages | Goodreads | Amazon

Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult, Women, Friendship

Anyone who has lost a close friend will (might?) find this book interesting. It is the story of Evie and Scarlett, long time close friends and roommates. Evie mourns her friend while Scarlett has been in limbo since she died, keeping her eyes on Evie and flashing back to events of her life,

It’s a unique concept that works for this book. We learn about the past, mostly through Scarlett’s flashbacks. We learn about their close friendship. We also see Evie struggling to come to terms with losing Scarlett.

I think the storyline is well thought out. The writing style makes it easy to read. But, for some reason, I was not able to connect with either Evie or Scarlett. It’s just one of those things, just like when you meet a new person: sometimes you know right away you’ll be friends, other times you know there’s just no chemistry.

I’m glad to see many good reviews for this book. Maybe it was just the wrong time or the wrong place for me at the time of reading. It just left me feeling “meh!”.

Thank you to NetGalley and the Publisher for the Advance Readers Copy.

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