Review: Repeating History


AuthorHanleigh Bradley.
Genre: Romance
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Blurb:

Clara Delos decides to move back to London when she breaks up with her long-term boyfriend. In her first few weeks back in the city, she gets accepted for an amazing position at one of the country's largest advertising companies, but she quickly realises that it's a little too good to be true. Waiting for her, sat back in her chair, feet on her desk, is one Andrew Contius.

Cover Review:

The only word I can think of to describe this cover is cute. It's not extravagant or overly done, but it's beautiful in its simplicity.

Book Review

A spin-off from the Rules trilogy, Repeating History focuses on the characters Clara and Andrew. 

I loved the whole concept of the history that connected them, and also created an intricate web of relations among their friends. 

I loved Andrew's Apple fetish and I loved Clara's hate for him and how it changed over time.

At first, I hated Andrew. I hated him more than I hated Christian Grey in Fifty Shades of Grey. And that's a LOT! But then, as with Christian, I came to know Andrew better. And I liked him. I still don't love him, but I do like him. 

Clara was a good character but I couldn't 'feel' her, if you know what I mean. The story is told by two POVs, and I definitely loved the Andrew ones. 

Also, the ending could have been better, I felt that the book ended there just so another one could be written. Like one book was divided into two (or three?) just to create a series.

All in all though, it was a short, easy and a fun read. 


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Do you enjoy reading spin-off series? Which is your favorite spin-off book/series?

10 comments:

  1. Sounds cute. I hate when books end like that. :(

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  2. Short fun reads are of great interest to me these days.

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    1. Especially when we have a goal to accomplish, eh? :p

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  3. I hate spin-offs. They never seem to live up to the originals for me and then it just kind of destroys it all for me.

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  4. I like short reads as they are usually fast paced and to the point. Not heard of the trilogy.

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    1. But at the same time the content should be good, right? A short read is only good as long as it feels complete...

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