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** spoiler alert ** This book definitely saved my night last night. I bought it from the book store at JFK, after having a terrible week and on top of that, a terrible night, when my flight was delayed 3 hours due to some bad weather. I loved this book since page 1. Even despite the fact that I predicted pretty much everything that was going to happen. If anything, like another reviewer stated, I totally felt smart and superior because of it! (Haha) Anyway, I could not put the book down and finished it by the time I got to Atlanta. It was amazing. I especially appreciated "Something Borrowed", not only because it was entertaining, but because it taught a lesson much worth learning. It taught me that one should have the awareness that they are worthy of having a good life, and, should know what they want and go for it when given the opportunity. Some of us are weak in the sense that we wish great things for others and never really do the same for ourselves. The difference between Darcy and Rachel really highlighted the influence that a certain way of thinking has on people’s lives. Think about it: Darcy always had good luck in her life and made sure that she got things the way she imagined them. So, for the most part, she did. (That obviously backfired later on, but I personally believe that is only because Darcy was a selfish go-getter. It was inevitable that she’d get some bad karma.) Rachel, however, was the complete opposite of Darcy, and felt she was unworthy, and took whatever came her way. Always settling. Her life kind of sucked. It wasn't until Rachel realized her self worth that she got the man of her dreams and turned her life around. People need to learn that they are worthy of having a good life. No one is less than any one else. You deserve to be happy as much as the next guy. So get out there and get what you want. A good life isn’t going to come to you. You have to create it for yourself and trust that it is what you deserve.
Great cozy mystery and the recipe at the end is delicious.
Just started---love it so far
I wish there were half stars so I could give this book 3-1/2 stars. I love stories about Russia- language, culture, hardship- it's all in there. I loved the references to Bear River, UT and I couldn't believe what this Utah man went through. Mike Ramsdell is LDS, so I was afraid that the religious tones would overtake the book. Fortunately, he handled that part of his story with taste. It's not the most artfully written book, and that's why it got three stars but I did enjoy his story. Interesting true story.