"I've learned in the last few months there is no Plan B. There's just life."
Inconceivable is a romance, but it is so much more. I truly loved this book and hope the author writes a sequel.
Hatty is a quirky, frank journalist who is assigned to cover the Royals in Toulene. Through her reporting, she is swept off her feet by John, the Prince. Their love story is beautiful, complicated, and what I would call a "slow burn," which kept me intrigued. Both characters are extremely likable. I was rooting for them the whole time.
The book covers their relationship from their rocky beginnings and beyond. I loved that the book never slowed down and always kept me interested. Unlike many romance stories, the book doesn't just end with a happily ever after. The book covers their relationship over a span of a few years, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I liked seeing the good and the bad in their relationship.
I loved Hatty's character. I liked that I could connect and relate to her. However, the book was also interesting because it dealt with a world few of us are privy to: the world of royalty. I liked seeing that side of it and watching Hatty transition into this foreign world. I also found John very likable because he changed and grew because of Hatty.
This book deals with many different topics such as identity for women, balancing love and work, and infertility. I think many women in various walks of life would benefit from reading this story.
I also liked how the chapters were very short. It made me want to keep reading. I do think some of the chapters ending abruptly, especially at the beginning of the book. Sometimes I wished there would be more detail in certain scenes. I also felt like some scenes were skipped over (I don't want to spoil it for you). I just felt like there were big gaps of time at certain points.
Overall, this book was amazing. I truly would like to read more about these characters. Tegan Wren is a gorgeous writer who connects with the plight of the modern day woman.
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