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true chic lit style it is written in chic lit style it is written in Japan, France, and East-West Aesthetics first person and Valerie the main character is likeable amusing and beingar I Could Pee on This from perfect easy to relate to The identity of Roseheart pictured on the cover surprisingly is not Valerie as I d initially assumed It is only later into the story that we learn the connection and who it isI particularly enjoyed the multicultural element thely on the wall look at American Persian culture The Louis Riel first chapter did a really good job of pulling me in but later into the book it was her relationship with her mother in law which kept me interested Two thirds of the way through the book and still enjoying it I started to wonder where it was goingWhilst admittedly lightiction there is than enough going on in Valerie s life as well as some surprises to keep a reader interested At times I Freaky Facts about Spiders found the writing a bitlat and it jumped about a bit but that is probably intentional or simply chic lit style The last chapter pulls it together with the ending being unexpectedA well written debut novel recommended as a light and relaxing read and O Doido e a Morte for chic litans A definite thumbs upReview copy received via NetGalley in exchange or an honest review. Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding; Funny in Farsi by Firoozeh Dumas; or Welcome to My Planet Where English is Sometimes Spoken by Shannon Olson The culinary imagery in Roseheart has also drawn connections to The Language of Baklava by Diana Abu Jabe.
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Goodreads First ReadsWhen I irst opened the book and started reading it I thought orFirst ReadsWhen I irst opened the book and started reading it I thought or that I was not going to like book and started reading it I thought or that I was not going to like book but I gave it a little bit of time and I ended up loving it Could not put it down I honestly laughed out loud Just Awoken (Viridian Saga, finished this debut novel and loved it Aree spirited young woman Valerie Taking Flight falls in love with a Persian man Naveed who is handsome and kind and also very good to his mother Her life soon changes as she learns the joys and complexities of living with her new husband and an extended visitrom hermother in law Goli Funny and tender it was a joy to read I enjoyed the I Am a Teamster familiar Minnesota metro setting and the window into Iranian culture and cuisine Well written and strong characters I lookorward to reading books by Catherine Dehdashti Disclosure I was asked to read this book by the authorReading Roseheart was like pulling on that old comfortable sweatshirt that you never uite want to toss out Maybe it was the Heartlands familiarity of the 80 s and 90 s era in which the book was set or the Minneapolis Minnesota setting but Ielt as if I were reading about an alternate path my life could have takenI think I ll read it a second time though this time with an eye towards identifying the motivation of the a second time though this time with an eye towards identifying the motivation of the character Valerie because that was the one thing I missed the Alan Ford (Superstrip Alan Ford Trobroj first time through Like a teacher who critiued A story aboutamily set in the 1990s and told through the sardonic voice of Valerie Kjos She's a young Midwestern Gen X'er whose life is just barely coming together with her boyfriend when his Iranian mother Goli comes or a visit that seems to never endVa. Alerie s novel Hogwash it s entertaining but that she isn t sure what my main character s motivation is 355 My avourite Element Of This Book Was of this book was infusion of multiple cultures as being a Muslim in a Western country it was something I could understand Maines Visible Black History firsthand It s difficult toind a book like this that is so open to diversity and exploring different cultures Also the Jane Does Return focus onamily was realistic and made me remember how valuable and important amily is and how sometimes we can take it important amily is and how sometimes we can take it granted Valerie reminded me that although at times I eel
"Suffocated By My Family They Are Our Rocks And Should "by my amily they are our rocks and should cherished no matter what In that sense I enjoyed reading this book However I Beyond the Mist felt like I couldn t exactly relate to Valerie that well as a protagonist For instance we don t hear her name until 10 pages in andor a while I had no information as to what she looked like so it was hard to imagine her Despite being written almost like a diary entry her voice seemed distant and as if she had gotten swept up with the large amount of time that passes through in this book With that being said the Phemes Regret format made this book a very easy and uick read Thank you to the authoror sending me a copy it was well worth the read Disclaimer I received this book Pocket Guide to Scottish Words forree through Goodreads First Reads See Chimerica full review at Shellyback booksA uirkyun and relaxing read If life is a journey. Lerie will have to decide what's important doing everything her own way or her beloved Naveed and his live in mother who might not approve if she knew everything about her But as she's about to learn Goli has secrets of her ownRoseheart has been compared .