Hello by Addie Lynn Co (Book Review + Giveaway)
Hello, hello, hello, hello. Welcome to Addie Lynn Co’s “Hello”‘s stop on my blog courtesy of Book Junkie Joint tours.
Serendipity is a funny thing that brings a tinge of bittersweet bliss to anyone who is fortunate to experience it. Hello is a trilogy that explores how serendipitous life can sometimes be.
Definitely, Maybe is a story of how fate plays with two people as they meet each decade hoping that maybe this time around, they can finally be together.
Almost Mismatch tells how two people so right for each other be so wrong and no matter how much they try to suppress their feelings, true love will not stop at anything. What is meant to be will be.
Finally, Dinner Date portrays how two people’s search for love could take them to different places and people only to lead them back to where they started.
The world is just like a huge maze that no matter what direction one walks to, there will always be one final destination. There seems to be an invisible string that is handcuffed to two people on each end and unsuspectingly pulls these two people destined for each other back together no matter how long it takes.
Ah, three tales of love and how it comes into our lives. This book is one of those easy-reads, perfect when you’re alone, sitting by the window, with probably a cup of coffee or tea by your side. It’s one of those books that’ll make you smile, make you ponder, make you daydreams. One of those books that have the words “Hopeless Romantic” written all over it.
Definitely, Maybe is the light, fun read. It will make you root for the characters. It will make you smile. It will make you frustrated. It will let you realize that love’s just around the corner and it’s up to us–it’s always up to us–to shape it the way we want it to be.
Almost Mismatch is the kind of story that will warm your heart. Maybe frustrate you a bit, but definitely warm your heart. It’s about chances. It’s about taking those chances. It’s about choices. It’s about how we should choose love.
Lastly, Dinner Date is the kind of story that’s just every bit complicated. You’ll feel for the characters here and say, “Come on. What were you thinking?”. It’s about how getting married isn’t always as heavenly as we think–but that there’s always a choice. It’s up to us what to make of our relationships. It’s up to us to get up after the fall. It’s up to us to forgive.
Hello is the kind of book that will make you smile, maybe make you cry, and make you want to fall in love over and over again. Cheesiness overload!