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Happy Place

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It’s a door in your heart, and once you know it’s there, you’ll spend your life longing for whatever’s behind it. I think Happy Place continues that progression, and for me it might be her most complete book yet and one that demonstrates her continued evolution and maturity as an author.

Maybe I am just an old cynic and I know that this is a romance novel but it was slightly over the top for me. it was really rushed and it didn’t fit harriet’s character; the decision she made fr left me shocked lmao.

It’s easy to perceive from the synopsis that this is a story or what was, what is, and what might be. why is nobody talking about this 😭 i swear to god every single chapter was her being horny and wanting to literally jump wyn and thinking about jumping wyn and fantasizing about jumping wyn and IT GOT SO OLD HOLY SHIT. I decided to give Emily Henry another chance after Beach Read, which I did not finish because it was bad in my opinion. For exemple, how adulthood can dig an abyss between longtime friends; how lies and secrets can break trust and finally, how resentment and an avid want of money might wreck a family. wyn’s constant need to feel loved or feel like he matters, and harriet’s constant fear that she will make people around her unhappy—i feel like it will eventually crash and burn again.

the way she was the “problem solver” and the one that always tries to bring everyone together and has this desperate need to keep everything the same.We have alternating chapters with present day and in the past when the two get together and and their relationship is at that full intensity stage. Their annual respite from the world, where for one vibrant, blue week they leave behind their daily lives; have copious amounts of cheese, wine, and seafood; and soak up the salty coastal air with the people who understand them most. we see them both focus on their self-growth and healing, but seeing harriet go through her self-discovery journey and then finding her way back to wyn has me in my feels rn, it just felt so real. Happy Place is the first book by Emily Henry I've had the chance to read so far and definitely won't be my last! Or perhaps like I was in the middle of a friend group which I wasn't part of and it made me feel uncomfortable, (I've felt like that in the past, in many friend groups, and it feels awful) and if EH's point was to make me feel like I belonged with them, well, it didn't work out.

Sabrina's father owns a lake house in Knott's Harbor, and the trio has been spending the week of Lobster Fest there ever since graduation. Este libro también trata sobre ese cambio de adulto joven al inicio de los veintes con un montón de planes y sueños a adulto de los 30s donde tu vida ya esta más plateada y las cosas son mas calmadas.wyn’s dad dying was a sort of superficial wound because it was an external circumstance/dent in their relationship. i just love the way EH handles mental health topics and always manages to give so much emotional depth to her characters. When suddenly more of my heart belongs to him than doesn’t, and I know I’ll never get a single grain back. Happy Place overall is a nice read which will have you reminiscing about your first love as well as friendships you had back at school. She explained gracefully how achieving your goals and purposes in life doesn’t specially rhythm with happiness.

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