The Theory of Happily Ever After by Kristian Billerbeck: A Review

Much could be said for a book with such a title. Dr. Maggie Maguire knows all about happiness or at least what her studies tell her about happiness. Maggie’s friends sign her up for a singles cruise, when all Maggie wants to do is binge watch the Hallmark channel from the comfort of her own home with ice cream.

This book is a cute and quick chik lit book. I almost felt like it was written more towards teens/early 20s. You kinda feel sorry in the beginning for Maggie but as the book goes you get annoyed with her. You want to shake her because she has her doctorate but all she can do is lament that she’s single and got dumped.

The other characters don’t help either. I wanted to strangle one and try to reason with another. These characters are suppose to reason with the main characters not act like brats when something isn’t going their way.

The story is good. It was something nice, light and fluffy. If I had time I probably would have finished it in one day, but life happens.

So if you need something light and fluffy to read, I would recommend this one.

Thank you to Baker Publishing and Revell for sending me an advance copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

I give this book 3.5 stars out of 5.


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