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The Love Square: The funny, feel-good romantic comedy to escape with this year from the bestselling author of Our Stop

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Head over to the Bookshelf to check out my reviews of books from the Big 5 and self-published, indie, and small press books. But maybe I’m old school when it comes to love because Penny’s indecisiveness till the end about her choice and flirting with three men at the same time just a little irritated me and damaged my ideal romcom idea. There was a lot of potential in this, but at the end of the day it turned out to be little more than a chick lit. While shooting for Finding Fanny, he and Sumeet went for a short trip to Goa for 10 days, were Anand wrote the first draft of the film. It is obvious who Penny should make a future with and I feel the author could have either surprised the reader more at the end or, simply reduced the length of the story.

Billed as the first Indian original film from Netflix, Love Per Square Foot released directly through the streaming platform on 14 February 2018, to coincide with the Valentine's Day.Everything changes when Sanjay finds out about a joint housing scheme, and asks Kareena to apply for the scheme with him. You have a old man who is a bit pervy and clingy, a young ‘player’ who wore silk tracksuits, and a random Italian man with issues. I didn't see those elements in this story at all; the entire time, there was pretty much only one love interest that had a shot, and I didn't care for that character.

Thank you to Avon Books and NetGalley for an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I think these important issues, and the way there wasn’t a magic wand to sort out all the problems instantly, made me connect more with the book and with Penny herself. As a cancer survivor Penny had been trying to figure out timing with doing surrogacy with her sister who offered. Rohit Vats of Hindustan Times gave 3 out of 5 and stated "Love Per Square Foot doesn’t delve deep into matters of the heart, but it’s a feel good film for sure.Let’s move to the plot to get a closer look to the story: We’re introduced to Penny, unlucky in love, suffering from numerous disastrous dates.

For example, it’s Penny, Penny, Penny and then - bam - Francesco for one or two lines before we rush back to Penny. It was nice, though, that all the missteps she took throughout the story forced her to figure out what to do with her life and what her truth was. Dipti Kahrude of The Quint wrote "In popular culture, millennial lives are almost synonymous with galloping digitization.

After her former boyfriend broke up with her, she's been dating, but without finding someone who would like a serious relationship. The blurb for the novel is a little misleading, and she isn’t truly dating three guys at the same time. I’m pleased to share my review for The Love Square by Laura Jane Williams on my book review blog today on the ebook publication date (paperback publication is in August 2020). Penny has a pretty good life even though she’s dealt with some tragedy including fighting cancer and the death of her parents.

Love Per Square Foot producer Ronnie Screwvala reveals why he chose Netflix to release first film under new banner". I know I shouldn’t be so critical, but when the blurb tells you that you will be laughing and crying while reading a “feel good book” I expect to laugh and “feel good” while reading it. Penny’s uncle Davey has a heart attack and she finds herself leaving London to run his pub, The Red Panda out in the country. Running a little, but popular cafe and being an amazing cook should make Penny an adult who has her life together. I had assumed that there would be humorous scenes where she bumps into one man while on a date with another, and other romantic comedy situations, but this book only has one or two of these, and the tone was all off.I have a couple more of Laura Jane Williams’ books to read which I have heard are also amazing, so really looking forward to that! Her non-fiction includes Becoming, Ice Cream for Breakfast, and The Life Diet, and she has contributed essays and articles to the Telegraph, the Guardian, Marie Claire, the Independent, Cosmopolitan, as well as to a collection by Stylist Magazine, Life Lessons from Remarkable Women.

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