2 Book Lovers Reviews
I know that there is a lot of turmoil in the world we live in. I like to read in order to escape the real world. It’s a nice reprieve to enter a fictional world and lose myself for a while. But do I want to know if a book is going to end with a happily ever after? Nope. Oh sure, I may secretly hope that the characters that I’ve spent the last three hundred pages with get to ride off into the sunset, but I don’t want to know that everything is going to work out for them before I’ve even started reading the book. On several occasions, after reading a few synopses, I have decided not to buy certain books that claim to have the coveted HEA. In my opinion, what’s the point of reading a book if I already know that it’s all going to work out in the end? Why should I care about all of the drama that the characters are going to be faced with if I already know that they’ll smooth it all out? I don’t want to know. I have been so excited to read a book, only to read at the top or bottom of the synopsis that it will have an HEA. Noooooooo! I may be in the minority here, but I find that those three little letters – HEA – are the biggest spoiler for any book.