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  • Alexandra Kiley

Yes & I Love You: Book Review


I'll preface this post by saying I am a huge Roni Loren fan. Her books are full of realistic characters and realistic tension. You hardly ever find manufactured conflict or big reactions from misunderstandings. Of the books I've read, her heroines are always independent and speak their minds. When there's an issue, they swallow their pride or fear and confront it.


Yes & I Love You is about a woman with Tourette's pushing herself out of her comfort zone. After realizing she's locked herself away, Hollyn joins a co-working space: her literal definition of hell, what with all the new people who want to chat when she really wants to hide.


This was a delightful read, full of memorable characters and big character arcs. And all the fun of improv comedy!

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