Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Goodbye, Good Girl by Renee Blossom

Thanks Renee for my signed copy!
I love contemporaries, especially ones with a character I can identify with, and this book was no exception. Goodbye, Good Girl by Renee Blossom follows Kandace, a girl on a quest to both mentally find herself and physically find her father. Along the way she discovers an adventure she never thought she would be part of, and found everything she was looking for in the process. 

I absolutely ADORED this book. It had so many unique elements: coming of age mixed with travel mixed with family drama mixed with a little raunchiness mixed with a thriller. I loved Autumn/Kandace's character and identified so much with her myself. Constantly struggling to make things work and letting other people dictate her life, I loved seeing her grow and change as the story went on, with her ultimately getting to the point where she determined her own future. I also think April was a great friend for her, and wish I had an April in my life myself! Who knew a chance encounter at a bus stop could lead to a friendship like that?

My only complaint was the Kyle story line, it really seemed kind of pointless after the first few chapters, and I think he was an unnecessary addition to the story. Overall I really really enjoyed this book and am so glad I had the chance to read it! This is Blossom's first novel, and I'm so excited to see what else is in store from this author.

Overall Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars

Goodbye, Good Girl by Renee Blossom releases TODAY so be sure to pick it up!

Thanks so much to Renee, Netgalley, and Revolve for both a digital ARC and a signed copy.

6 comments:

J. Hooligan said...

As someone married to a Kyle I think I should be offended his storyline is pointless. Haha!

Morgan Smith said...

Oooh, I've been looking for more contemporaries to add to my list!

Ravmeet Oberoi said...

Sounds like the perfect weekend read! To the TBR pile it is.

DJ Sakata said...

you had at "a little raunchiness mixed with a thriller" ;)

Terri said...

Reading about other people's family drama is so much better than living in my own. :)

Abominable BookGirl said...

I also love reading about other people's family drama! I seem to enjoy contemporaries a lot!