Lindas Book Obsession Reviews “When We’re Thirty” by Casey Dembowski, April 27,2021 Red Adept Publishing, On Tour with Suzy Approved Book Tours

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Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “When We’re Thirty” by Casey Dembowski, Red Adept Publishing, April 2021. On Tour with Suzy Approved Book Tours

Casey Dembowski, the author of “When We’re Thirty” has written a delightful, entertaining, and heartfelt novel. The genres for this book are romantic comedy, contemporary fiction, women’s fiction, and fiction. The timeline for this story is set in the author’s present and goes to the past when it pertains to the characters or events in the story. The author describes her characters as complex, and complicated. Some are manipulative, and mean spirited, and others are hard workers with their own problems. There are betrayals and twists and turns. The author discusses the importance of family, friends, love, and hope.

Hannah Abbott is thirty, and loves her low-paying job as a journalist. She has loyal friends, and a boyfriend that she is ambivalent about. What Hannah does need is health insurance so she can check out a bad knee. Her job doesn’t provide the insurance. Hannah is sent white carnations that she loves, but doesn’t know who sent them.

The day after her birthday, Will Thorne, a friend from college, knocks on her door, with a reminder of a pact they made years ago. The pact was if they were not married when they were 30, they would keep their pact. Will also has some reasons he wants to get married. Hannah realizes that Will does have insurance. Both decide to try it for some time, and make a list of things that are important, especially friendship. Now they have to convince family and friends why they rushed to get married, without explaining more details than necessary.

I loved this witty, romantic book and highly recommend it to others.0

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