Count Down to Love by Julie N. Ford

This book was a pretty quick read, and fit the genre well. I have to say that I’m not the biggest fan of romance novels, but this was one of the better ones I’ve read.

As much as I understand that this book was about Kelly and her growth, I wish there was more focus on the secondary characters. At least in which ones were still around and which had left. It was slightly confusing not knowing which girls were still on the show, or how the rose ceremonies went.

There were also a few moments when character personalities seemed to do a 180 in a matter of seconds. I’m not a fan of those in any book. People don’t suddenly realize their many years of thinking one way is wrong and start thinking the opposite unless there is a huge life altering event. There wasn’t one of those for the moment I am thinking of. It was simply a sudden change in personality that felt fake and like it was done for the sake of making everything perfect.

I can’t say I’ll be reading this book again, but it was a decent late-night read.

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