Snap Out of It, a review by Shelley

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Maddie Dawson

Lake Union Publishing
Expected Publication January 3rd, 2023
367 pages
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This is my third read by this author. I loved both A Happy Catastrophe and Matchmaking for Beginners and am happy to report that Snap Out of It was a hit with me. Billie Slate is a woman after my own heart, I so connected with her and could relate to what she felt and was going through. I mean who hasn’t been hurt by love!? And although this book deals with a lot of heartbreak it is also heartwarming and very funny.

I loved the different characters they were well thought out and seemed so true to life. I think Billie and I would be great friends. I love books, especially rom-coms with women of a certain age. Just because we’re 50+ doesn’t mean we’re past our prime or too old for love. The plot was pretty unique in that Billie operated a company that helps you “snap out of it” when your relationship breaks down. She is basically a woman who helps you get rid of all your mementos and pushes you to move on after a breakup. What a wonderful idea!

Billie the Heartbreak Bunny also has compassion and eventually finds a love of her own, even though she swears she doesn’t believe in romance. Maddie Dawson has another hit on her hands and I for one can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.

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

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