I was gifted this book by First to Read and I'm so appreciative. I finished The Improbability of Love by Hannah Rothschild and found it a decent read.
Rothschild filled the first few pages are filled with meticulous details of the gallery event- I could see everything. Everything about Annie was funny and relatable but I just didn't find it as entertaining as I'd hoped. Nicely written, with only a few lines that needed editing, I found The Improbability of Love interesting butt not really what I was looking for.
The story was about Annie McDee and the painting she happened across form the eighteenth century. Everybody wants it: a Sheika who's the owner of an empty museum, a Russian, an auctioneer, a dealer and a few others. She's suddenly thrust into the art world and learns about who she is what's next for her after a bad break-up.
The story was fun, adventurous because I love anything UK and very interesting, but it just didn't do it for me. Because the story's well written and immaculate in details, I still rated The Improbability of Love rather high. Now off to the next book!📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓5 Specs
* Prismatic and Opalescent are next.
** eBook provided by First to Read for an honest review.
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