Book Review: ‘Love For Beginners: A Wildstone Novel’ By Jill Shalvis

Emma Harris was in a terrible accident being hit by a car and then in a coma for a long time. When she finally wakes up she’s in bad shape and needs a lot of therapy. She also learns her fiancé fell in love with her best friend, so she’s lost both of them as well. As she begins her new life, she’s determined to be her old self again. She has a chance to take over a doggy day care and have her own business. For this she must turn to her high school rival Ali and they will somehow have to work together. Ali is a mess of a person as well, having broke up with her boyfriend because she can’t fully commit. And for Emma love might be right around the corner with her physical therapist, who also has committment issues and is caring for his father, who had a stroke. To move forward these four people must work through all their issues in order to be happy.

I love Jill Shalvis books. Her Wildstone series is a very character-driven set of novels, in the town of Wildstone. Always interesting characters and fun stories to follow along with. She’s once again at the top of her game.

You can pick up Love For Beginners in stores on Tuesday, June 8th from William Morrow Paperbacks.

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