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I enjoyed Anthony and Olivia's story. I felt that Genova did a good job telling their story and struggle. But I didn't care for Beth's story. Her writing Anthony's story as some sort of catharsis from her jerky husband cheating on her seemed implausible. Her group of friends was a distraction to the story and didn’t add anything but to make the story border on chick lit instead of literature.
I would still recommend this book, but it isn’t in the same league as her other works. Love Anthony seems to border on chick-lit whereas the previous books were not and so it suffers a bit by comparison.
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