Review: We Met in December by Rosie Curtis

I listened to We Met in December as a digital audiobook. The narrator has a delightful British accent. I wanted to listen to the whole thing curled up on the couch with a fuzzy but slightly itchy (I don’t know why, but that’s what I pictured) blanket and a cup of tea.

This is not specifically a Christmas romance, which I actually think is a plus, but if that’s what you’re looking for, this is not it. It starts in December and ends in December, so there is Christmas in there, but that’s the extent if it.

This definitely felt like Bridget Jones’s Diary for a new generation. There are two guys to pick from, there’s a character making her way as a young woman in London, and there’s that fantastic self-deprecation. Overall, this is a romantic comedy at its finest, and I loved every minute.

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