Book Review: The Theory Of Happily Ever After

The Theory of Happily Ever After

by Kristin Billerbeck



Pub Date 01 May 2018

I am reviewing a copy of The Theory Of Happily Ever After through Revell and Netgalley:

Dr Maggie Maguire believes that happiness is a serious science, she takes it seriously like she does herself. But happiness sometimes feels out of reach like when her fiancé dumped her leading her into an ice cream fueled chick flick binge.

Her friend decides to book Maggie on a New Years, New You Cruise in The Gulf of Mexico, afraid that if she doesn’t do something, Maggie will never snap out of the depression she had sunk into.

Maggie can’t help but wonder if she’s qualified to teach others about happiness with everything she had been going through, but when a handsome stranger on board the cruise insists that smart women can’t ever find happiness, Maggie sets out to prove him wrong. This journey shows her that true happiness isn’t about the head but the heart.

I give The Theory Of Happily Ever After five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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