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SUMMARY The Roxy Letters 107 ↠ Meet Roxy She’s a sometimes vegan always broke artist with a heart the size of Texas and an ex living in her spare bedroom Her life is messy but with the help of a few good friends and by the grace of the goddess Venus she’ll discover that good sex true love and her life’s purpose are all closer than she realizesBridget JoneMeet Roxy She’s a sometimes vegan always broke artist with a heart the size of Texas and an ex living in her spare bedroom Her life is messy but with the help of a few good friends and by the grace of the goddess Venus she’ll discover that good sex true love and her life’s purpose are all closer than she realizesBridget Jones penned a diary; Roxy writes letters Specifically she writes letters to her hapless rent avoi. Oops I did it againaka here's another tierlist video ranking all my January Books Now that you know where this one stands check out the video to see the restThe Written Review Stop complaining Stop being so wishy washy You want power Take it Roxy a uasi vegan dog loving perpetually broke artist has hit yet another stumbling block could it actually be rock bottomShe's uickly running out of money and desperately needs someone to rent her spare bedroom it's important for you know once and for all that I will not be getting back together with you And along comes Everett her ex boyfriend who also is a bit down on his luck and is willing to help her outAnd so begins Roxy's letters sometimes hilarious often wildly inappropriate and always uniue The reader follows along as Roxy loses and perhaps finds herself in the ever changing worldSoSoooooSoooooooooooI think this one had a lot of potential but it just wasn't my styleThe format was interesting though often the line between letters and an normal narration seemed to blur but I would say that it worked for the most partThe storyline was certainly uniue Roxy's antics were rather funny at firstbut it just didn't last for meShe was thirty years old but perpetually acted like she was sixteen to nineteen many of the letters to her ex boyfriend reminisced about her favorite purple merman sex toyI was amused by it for a while but thenit just started to get a little old It began to wear on me when she made yet another bad decision or did something yet again that was wildly inappropriatePlus she would just blurt out the most cringe worthy statements I was so busy shaving my legs trimming my giant power triangle and vacuuming up dog hair I forgot to eat dinner And that's not even getting into the weird sex cult that took up so much of this book's page space To put it frank it wassuidgy and just got TMI as the book went onI think perhaps if I was in the mood for thismaybe I would have enjoyed it I think someone who really has a crude sense of humor and doesn't mind copious and I mean copious sex talk it could workThough on a side note I absolutely LOVED Artemis and Anna Roxy's two down to earth friends they almost made the book worth it for me If the book just had the two of them in it 5 stars all the way A huge thank you to Mimi from Goodreads for sending me a free copy in exchange for an honest reviewAll uotes come from an uncorrected proof and are subject to change upon publicationYouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads

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Dant ex boyfriend and current roommate Everett This charming and funny twenty something is under employed and under romanced and she’s decidedly fed up with the indignities she endures as a deli maid at Whole Foods the original and the dismaying speed at which her beloved Austin is becoming corporatized When a new Lululemon pops up at the intersection of Sixth and Lamar where the old Waterloo Video used to be Roxy can st. 35 Stars rounded down I thoroughly enjoyed this refreshing debut it was a blast I found myself laughing out loud than once while listening to this audio book imagining myself in some of the outrageous situations Roxy found herself in I will say that Roxy came off a bit needy and 'extra' at times and i'm not sure if I would actually take to her if she were real but I grew to tolerate and then really like her by the end of this novel The formatting is similar to Bridget Jones' Diary in that the entire novel is comprised of several letters instead of diary entries like Bridget from Roxy addressed to her former roommate and good friend Everett I found this formatting a bit irritating at first but it eventually grew on me and I enjoyed it I think I needed to read this novel as it was a welcome break from the heavy psychological thrillers I've been consuming I would recommend this to anyone wanting something lighter and just all around fun

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The Roxy LettersAy silent no longer As her letters to Everett become less about overdue rent and about the state of her life Roxy realizes she’s ready to be the heroine of her own story She decides to team up with her two best friends to save Austin and rescue Roxy’s love life in whatever way they can But can this spunky unforgettable millennial keep Austin weird avoid arrest and find romance and even creative inspiration in the proce. Find all of my reviews at StarsOh Roxy With all of your “goddess” and “Venus” and “grrrrrl” and not like the “grrrrrrl lemme tell you” but like every time a female was referenced talk I should have really wanted to punch you in the face But dangnabbit you made me laugh so I was able to simply chalk it up to I reuested The Roxy Letters because it was compared to Bridget Jones' Diary In case you aren’t familiar with how I operate Despite most of the “if you liked then you’ll loooooove” comparisons completely missing the mark I never learn my lesson and fall for that trick almost every time I also reuest nearly every book with a house on the cover or the mere hint that it will be about some sort of hillbilly criminal element but that doesn’t apply here so we’ll save that discussion for another occasion The shout out to my darling Bridget is actually not a terrible one here I have no idea why my other pal Bernadette was thrown in because huh wha as the “letters” Roxy pens to her ex boyfriend Everett are actually “Dear Diary” style since she delivers very few of them And as I mentioned above her antics often made me chuckle From attempting to take down the “man” aka Lululemon to finding herself possibly joining some sort of fingerbanging sex cult to dating 30 year old skateboarding manboys to battling the tweakers and the mobile meth lab parked next door to becoming a better friend to maybe growing up – all while attempting to Roxy could certainly be pegged as a millennial Bridget I wish I had the capability of slooooooooowing down rather than plowing through books or reading than one thing at a time because I think I would have enjoyed this even in smaller doses Not to say I didn’t enjoy it because 35 Stars obviously means I did Rounding down because of a spoilery issue at the end regarding Roxy’s decisions on dating ACTUAL SPOILER AHEAD – DO NOT CLICK IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW view spoilerThe one thing Roxy made pretty clear throughout the entire story was that she wasn’t fond of children There was absolutely ZERO reason for her to feel bad about saying no to a date with someone who had kids While I understand that one date does not euate marriagestep parentingetc I also understand why she wouldn’t even want to waste her time and risk the potential of catching feelings for someone she couldn’t see herself with for the long term There is NOTHING selfish about a woman a not wanting to have children or b not wanting to co parent someone else’s hide spoiler