Happy Place

by Emily Henry
Emily Henry fans will love this book. It's beautiful, lighthearted with a bit of heartache and lots of fun banter between long-time friends. An inspirational look at friendship and love. The characters are genuine and unique as they gather for their last hurrah at a summer house in Maine. Happy Place by Emily Henry #romcom #fiction, #womensfiction, #reading, #BooksToRead, #bestbooks,#bookclub, #reading, #books, #emilyhenry, #happyplace

Book Review

(by- Linda )

While Happy Place is not my favorite book by this author, which would be Book Lovers, I still very much enjoyed it. It has a great concept; it explores how relationships and the dynamics of a group of friends change over time, which I believe will resonate with many people. It also looks at love in many forms, from the bonds of family and friends to your love for a spouse or lover.

There were many touching moments and some steamy sexy moments. But, the easy banter and dialog between the characters and their vulnerabilities as they faced everyday struggles is what remains with me long after finishing the book. Emily Henry nails the chemistry not just between Harriett and Wyn but also between the group of friends.

I like books that pull me in emotionally with characters that I can relate to, and this book delivered.

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