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#BlogTour #BookReview Puzzle Girl by Rachael Featherstone @DomePress

Today I would like to welcome you all on my stop on the Blog Tour for Puzzle Girl by Rachael Featherstone and I would like to share a review, with all of you. Thank you very much to Emily from The Dome Press for the invitation. Please do show some love to all the wonderful book bloggers on this blog tour by following and sharing their work. 🙂

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Thank You very much to the publisher – The Dome Press for the review copy.
ISBN13: 9781912534074
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Release date: 10 01 2019
Price*: Kindle £3.32 (GBP)/  Paperback £8.99 (GBP)
Kindle $4.28 (USD)/ Paperback $11.58 (USD)
Pages: ~ 320
My rating: 8/10
You can get this book here:
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Book Depository
What I learned from this book: That I need to start making lists in my notebook, maybe I will become more organised. 😀

Description of the book: Love is a riddle, waiting to be solved…

Clued-up career girl Cassy Brookes has life under control until one disastrous morning changes everything. When she finds herself stuck in a doctor’s surgery, a cryptic message left in a crossword magazine sends her on a search to find the mysterious puzzle-man behind it.

Cassy is soon torn between tracking down her elusive dream guy, and outwitting her nightmare workmate, the devious Martin. Facing a puzzling love-life, will she ever be able to fit the pieces together and discover the truth behind this enigmatic man?

How this book made me feel: The cover of this book tricked me pretty bad, I thought it is going to be a thriller for some reason, but I am happy that it was this light and funny romantic comedy book. 🙂

The protagonist in this book is Cassy, a very successful accounts director in the social media firm. I loved her and I hated her decisions at the same time. I admired her cleverness and organizational skills (She has a list for everything!), she is a strong and independent woman who has an incredibly funny gay best friend Dan. But no, she needs to mope about her trashy ex-boyfriend and get herself into the most bizarre situations ever (which were really funny, to be honest). I am absolutely jealous to Cassy that she has Dan, it is an amazing friendship they got there. 🙂

The narrative was incredibly funny and got me giggling and saying “Oh NO!” out loud many times. It is just unbelievable how unlucky one person can be! So kudos to Cassy for surviving all that mess, which she brought on herself. 😀 This book is full of twists and unexpected turns, but I knew who the puzzle man was way before things started being obvious. Nevertheless, I kept reading to see what another silly situation Cassy is going to get into, also, I wanted to see whether I was right with my guess. (Just to clarify, I am always wrong with my guesses, ALWAYS! Except for this time.) The narrative is told from Cassy’s perspective and it was fully sufficient for me. I really liked the way the protagonist opened up throughout the pages. She had some deep realizations about her life, and the mistakes she made in her relationships.

I really loved the writing style of this book, it is light-hearted and very enjoyable to read. I loved the setting of this novel as well, books set in London feel very relatable and close to my heart. I really liked the structure of the chapters, they are not very long and filled with lists and text messages which made the whole reading experience more playful and entertaining. The ending was very well deserved and rounded the story very nicely.

To conclude, it is a very funny and enjoyable novel, filled with very well developed, diverse characters and great adventures (kind of). I think it would be a great romantic comedy film, and I hope to see it one day. 🙂 I really enjoyed this novel, and if you are looking for something to lighten up your gloomy evenings, this is definitely a book to go for. Do give this book a go and I hope you will enjoy as much as I did.

Thank You for Your time. 🙂


91pOhyyPuOL._UX250_.jpgAbout the author: Rachael lives in Hampshire, equidistance from London and the New Forest, her two favourite places. Her short stories have been published in Writers’ Forum, Scribble and Writing Magazine. She absolutely loves writing romantic comedies and is thankful every day that her husband encouraged her to take a chance and follow her dream.

Twitter – @WRITERachael

*-the price was taken from and on the current date. The price might change at the time of your purchase. The links used in this post for book purchases are affiliates.

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