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REVIEW | The Shadows Between Us – Tricia Levenseller

“They’ve never found the body of the first and only boy who broke my heart. And they never will.”

I went into this book apprehensively. A few people I’d talked to hadn’t loved it, and one person dropped it early on into the group read I was doing. But you know what, I really enjoyed this!

Sure it didn’t blow me away, and it felt a bit repetitive near the beginning – I swear I read the same sentence several times over the course of a few pages. But I got some scheming, I got some romance, and I got an enemies to lovers story. I’m not swooning over any of the boys – but I loved Alessandra. She holds her own, I’m envious of her sewing skills, and there’s a lot of positive messages mixed up in the plot and her dreams for the future in her highly conservative country.

And I devoured this book in less than 24 hours. That’s got to count for something eh? Haha.



3 responses to “REVIEW | The Shadows Between Us – Tricia Levenseller”

  1. I’ve been debating reading this, because I want more enemies to lovers in my life!

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    1. I always need more enemies to lovers 😍

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Books and food enthusiast. I discovered a love for reading in my late teens, so you’ll see me catching up on older series quite often. I also love to travel around the UK, where I live, and picking up some crafty hobbies – I hope to share snippets of this amongst all the book content. Other interests include gaming, podcasts, drinking too much tea, and trying to personify autumn.

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