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Charlie Parker is a lost soul. Deprived of his private investigator's license and under scrutiny by the police, he has been forced to seek work in a Portland bar. But he is using his enforced retirement to begin a different kind of investigation: an examination of his own past and an inquiry into the death of his father, who took his own life after apparently shooting dead two unarmed teenagers, a search that will eventually lead Parker to question all that he believed about his beloved parents, and about himself. But there are other forces at work: a troubled young woman who is running from an unseen threat, one that already seems to have taken the life of her boyfriend; a journalist-turned-writer named Mickey Wallace who is conducting an investigation of his own into Parker in the hope of writing a nonfiction book about his exploits. And haunting the shadows, as they have done throughout Parker's life, are two figures: a man and a woman who appear to have only one purpose: to bring an end to Charlie Parker's existence...


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  • The book 'Lovers' is highly descriptive, almost like reading a screenplay. It immerses you in vivid imagery and paints a clear visual picture. While it could have been shorter without losing any enjoyment, the story revolves around a captivating group of family characters that keep the reader entertained throughout.
  • I absolutely adored Emily Henry's previous two novels and, naturally, Julia Whalen's narration was flawless. However, I must admit that this particular book came across as rather cliché. The constant back-and-forth banter between the sisters felt contrived and forced. And don't even get me started on the excessive use of the term "sissy"... It became quite nauseating after a while. Moreover, there were numerous corny jokes that were overused and out of place, along with random references to classic literature that felt forced. The worst part was that in between the mildly explicit scenes, the story was filled with endless monologues where the main character tediously described her emotions and thoughts in great detail. It became incredibly tiresome, to the point where I found myself yelling at her to stop babbling and actually take action instead of endlessly rambling about irrelevant things, such as her love for all things New York. To put it bluntly, this book is surprisingly terrible.
  • I gotta say, I grabbed this book around 15 hours ago, and man, I couldn't put it down. Well, to be honest, I did doze off in the middle, but as soon as I woke up, I was right back into it. The characters in this book had me cracking up with their humor. At first, I thought I knew where the story was headed, but boy, was I wrong! It took some unexpected turns and twists. Plus, I feel like it really resonates with women who can relate to the main character's feelings about becoming a parent. Honestly, if I could, I'd give this book 15 stars instead of just 5.