Review: If Only by Yvonne Beattie
My Review for If Only by Yvonne Beattie
I’m not sure where to start with this review.
I’ll start with it held my attention for most of it but toward the end I found myself flipping the pages just to get to the end.
Bex and Simon were two side characters who I enjoyed throughly. I kind of wish they could have had their own book.
Joel, I loved him.
Rachel was a bit aloof about things. She sort of irritated me to a point. And then come Marty who is a whole mystery. I couldn’t connect with him. The two main characters left a lot to the imagination. I just couldn’t click with them. Plus some of the wording confused me. But overall I liked, it’s just not my cup of tea.
*Review by Andrea*
Synopsis for If Only by Yvonne Beattie
Life is straightforward, right?
Everything always turns out, just as we planned it would, right?
‘If Only’ is a romantic comedy that will make you laugh out loud, cry into your pillow, and come out the other side with bells on!
Rachel is twenty-five, a piano teacher and is living a life of celibacy, but – most definitely – not through choice. It’s nearly Christmas and she is off on a skiing holiday to Aviemore with her best friends. She wants to unwind, possibly learn how to ski again, and obviously, wallow some more in her own self pity. What could possibly go wrong?
Marty is twenty nine, has lived in Aviemore his whole life, and seems content on moseying his way through life, or does he? What is really going on behind those steely blue eyes?
Whatever life throws at you, there’s always a way to fight back up to the top again.
- File Size: 613 KB
- Print Length: 264 pages
- Publication Date: March 8, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XHK8NWD