It’s Not You It’s Him by Sophie Ranald
Okie dokie. I read Sorry Not Sorry last summer and had made a mental note to read this one as it was a follow up/through with Tansy and Renzo.
Do I regret it? Not really, but the real question is, did I enjoy it?
It’s Not You It’s Him seems to have a LOT going on. Getting back with an ex, drama at work, drama at home … I had a hard time staying interested because not a lot of detail went into all of the drama going on, very similar to Sorry Not Sorry.
Dissimilar to Sorry Not Sorry, I actually ended up disliking Tansy’s character. She’s rather self-centred and only cares about getting her (apparent) douche-bag boyfriend back so she can be well-to-do. *eye roll* Really, it shouldn’t have taken the entire storyline to figure that one out.
My rating: ★½/5 stars