Everyone wants to be Tori Bailey.
A straight-talking, bestselling author, she’s inspired millions of women around the world with her self-help memoir and uplifting posts online. What’s more, her perfect relationship with her long-term boyfriend is the envy of all their friends.
But Tori isn’t being honest.
While everyone around her is getting engaged and having babies, Tori’s boyfriend will barely look at her, let alone talk about marriage. And when her best friend Dee unexpectedly falls in love, suddenly Tori’s in danger of being left behind.
Tori’s built a career out of telling women how to live their best life, but is she brave enough to admit it’s not what she wants?
For the first half of this book, I really enjoyed it…it was making me laugh out loud, I was invested and I felt I could really connect with Tori and her situation.
Once I passed page 200 or so, I felt it starting to become repetitive and it ended up wearing a little thin for me unfortunately.
I struggled with how she didn’t just make some decision and take charge of some of the situations. Tori ended up annoying me more than feeling an affinity to her.
I’m rating this a 3/5, as it might just be where I am in my life and that if I picked it up in a few more years I’d read it differently.