Thank you to Hannah Hargrave and Luci Adams for asking me to review Not that kind of Ever after.
Once upon a time, in a flatshare south of the river, there lived an aspiring author named Bella Marble. Above all things Bella wants to find love. But one fateful week changes everything.
When her best friend moves in with the most boring ogre in history and her perfectly paired parents tell her their own love story is coming to an end, Bella’s illusions of finding ‘the one’ shatter. With the help of her very own knight in shining Armani, Bella ditches the fairytale and decides it’s time to write herself a brand-new kind of happy ending. And while London may be fresh out of Princes, it’s got a surplus of frogs – and as Bella learns, kissing frogs can be extremely fun.
Well what can I say about this book; apart from how freaking funny and relatable it is. It is a very well written debut that I couldn’t put down and I absolutely adored the characters, especially Bella. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading more from this author.