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It made me laugh and I was ultimately shipping these characters a whole lot. They both bring baggage to the relationship, but they’re better together. I loved it, even with all the drama and periodic miscommunication. To me it read like a pretty realistic example of early on in a potentially serious relationship. That said, if you don’t like Gilmore Girls, you probably won’t like this either. It was completely my thing though. It’s also pretty low on the steam, which I didn’t mind but that could be good to know going in. There are a couple of semi-on-page sex scenes, but they aren’t described very explicitly. Basically, this is a lovely rom-com and I had a great time with it and loved the character arcs! I received an audio copy for review from Libro.FM. All opinions are my own.