Tuesday, March 31, 2020

BLOG TOUR: Grown-Up Pose by Sonya Lalli

I'm excited to be a part of the Blog Tour for Grown-Up Pose by Sonya Lalli. I was sent a free copy from the publisher for honest review. Thanks so much to Berkley and Sonya Lalli for letting me be a part of this fun tour!

Title: Grown-Up Pose
Author: Sonya Lalli
Published by: Berkley
Released: March 24, 2020
Source: Review Copy from Publisher

Synopsis: A delightfully modern look at what happens for a young woman when tradition, dating, and independence collide, from acclaimed author Sonya Lalli.

Adulting shouldn’t be this hard. Especially in your thirties. Having been pressured by her tight-knit community to get married at a young age to her first serious boyfriend, Anu Desai is now on her own again and feels like she is starting from the beginning. 
But Anu doesn’t have time to start over. Telling her parents that she was separating from her husband was the hardest thing she’s ever done—and she’s still dealing with the fallout. She has her young daughter to support and when she invests all of her savings into running her own yoga studio, the feelings of irresponsibility send Anu reeling. She’ll be forced to look inside herself to learn what she truly wants. (Synopsis from Goodreads)

My Thoughts: Being a grown-up is hard. A lot of times, it's really not fun. Sonya Lalli has written a fun book where a woman deals with this sad truth.
While I didn't always agree with Anu's line of thinking or decision making, I was always interested to see what was going to happen next. There were some funny moments, there were some irritating ones as well. I don't think Anu really wanted to act her age. She could be kind of flighty. There were times that I really did just want Anu to grow up.
All in all, I enjoyed Grown-Up Pose. I enjoyed following Anu's story. I did have fun reading this book. I enjoyed Sonya Lalli's writing.

Thanks so much for stopping by my Blog Tour stop for Grown-Up Pose by Sonya Lalli. Thank you so much to Berkley and Sonya Lalli for letting me be a part of the tour. I enjoyed this story and I definitely think you should check it out.

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