Good, but very genred and a bit rushed
I don't normally read straight romance, so forgive me if some of my comments don't make sense. Firstly, I would love more character development, particularly with characters who aren't Nichol, such as her father and even Johnnie feels under-developed at times. The story in general as well as specific internal storylines, such as some conflicts, feel really rushed which causes some of the realisticness of the story to dissipate. While you tried to introduce some other components, Page 105 remains very much a love story and some of the introduced drama almost felt irrelevant. Finally, why is the book called Page 105? I understand that it is a draw from the "bookstore romance" theme but the number seems a little random and I kept expecting something to come up and tie the title in. I still very much enjoyed this book, however, so thank you for pointing me to it!
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