Regretting You
  • Regretting You
  • Regretting You
ISBN: 1542016428
EAN13: 9781542016421
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 10, 2019
Pages: 366
Dimensions: 1" H x 8.25" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Amazing Book
This was a an amazing book. The arrival time was also very fast.
   Family relationships; betrayal; forgiveness
Entertaining read. Story is told from two points of view, which makes it more interesting. Clara’s character is funny and insightful.
   Not worth it
I wanted to like this. It seemed like it would be my kind of story and the reviews were promising. Despite the red flags, I kept pushing on for more chapters, thinking it might improve. The only honest way to describe this writing was cliche. Even if the book is for young adults, the writing felt immature and there were too many events that just so happened to be that. I couldn't continue because it wasn't good.
   Not my Fav!!!!
Colleen Hoover is one of my favorite authors and I have read all of her books. I was very excited for her next book. I had a lot of mixed feelings after reading this book. It was a huge disappointment that they didn't read the letters. Do you think the readers would want to know how long it took, when did it start, and how did it end? Will wait for her next one.
   not my favorite
Colleen Hoover's books have been read by me. This is my least favorite. It was early in the game. After that, it became dull and long winded.
   Fast, easy read...(contains spoilers)
I haven't read for pleasure in a long time. So Regretting You was a great book to get out of a reading rut. It is easy to read. A page turner from the beginning. The story is predictable but still interesting. You keep reading because you need confirmation, like you know what's going to happen. I wanted more from Morgan's character. Colleen is a great writer.
   Would have been 10 Stars if Possible.
I just finished a book. The author always pulls out my emotions. I couldn't do anything until I started reading. All night and all day. I couldn't put it down. This is in my top 3 books. It is a story of tragedy, betrayal, grief, romance, family and learning that not everyone is exactly who you think they are. It's a story about a mother and daughter figuring it out after a tragedy. Anyone who loves a well told story should read this story. I think it is an appropriate book for ages 15 to 18 due to a couple of sexual situations, teen drinking in one scene and some language. I would have liked it when I was younger, but I felt it needed to be mentioned. Colleen Hoover has a lot to offer if you haven't read her books. I don't think she knows how to write a good book.
   Your won’t regret it!
I thought I wasn't going to like this book. It would have been the first time I had ever heard of Colleen Hoover. The story was split up into two POVs, one for Clara who is almost seventeen years old and the other for her mom. It gave us a well rounded story and let us know what the characters were feeling during the loss of this story. Colleen's titles can help you find the light on the other side of darkness. This one was the same. It made me feel like it was two books in one. A young adult title with Clara's chapters and a regular adult contemporary title with Morgan's. It was a wonderful blend of age groups. I fell in love with the story after I was pulled into it early on.
Colleen and Regretting You are both unique. It's a must read. I've been reading Co-Ho books for a long time. I don't know what to expect when I open her book. I was intrigued from the beginning. I think it's very well written and unique. It's told in two different POVs, and I liked that. I didn't get enough from either of them. I was able to connect with all of the characters and feel what they were going through. I couldn't understand a decision made by one of the characters because I'm a bit nosy. I accepted it and respected it, but I just couldn't do it. I think it added more to the story. It's had me thinking about it for weeks.
   Best of both worlds
I don't think there will ever be a book that I don't like. I loved Hopeless and Ugly Love in one book. The women's fiction aspect is from Morgan's point of view, while the YA aspect is from Clare's point of view. Watching them come back together after a terrible accident was wonderful. Coho made it believable because the way teenagers and adults handle grief is different. The story was never dull because of the great secondary characters. Sometimes things happen and they are left unresolved for some. That was realistic for me. This was a great book and I hope colleen continues to write.