I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella

I Owe You One

As much as I love Sophie Kinsella, this book was a tough one to read.  Beginning with the main character who is a fixer of people and problems so her name is Fixie.

Since her father has died Fixie and her mother with very little help from her self-absorbed siblings have been running their home goods store. When her mother takes some much-needed time off, Fixie basically becomes a doormat.

Everyone in this book walked all over her and she just annoyed me so much. Everyone was using her. And none of the other characters had any redeeming traits. Especially her brother and an old crush come back to town, Ryan.

I’m sorry, but this one had no depth for me. I did not care one way or the other what happened to her.

Netgalley/February 5th 2019 by Dial Press

8 responses to “I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella”

  1. Oof, that’s not a great character name :/

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    1. No and that’s so unusual for Sophie.

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  2. Oh no! I love Sophie Kinsella. Shame!

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    1. So do I! I was surprised by this one however.

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  3. Good to know. I have several Sophie Kinsella books here and I’m never quite sure which ones will be good.

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  4. I really like Sophie Kinsella, but have been sad to read all the reviews of this book. I have not read a good one yet. Oh dear. Thanks for being honest.

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  5. Thats good to know. I haven’t loved all her books but certainly liked some of them for summer reads.

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