Title: Just a girl.

Author: Becky Monson.

Genre: YA / NA / Adult Chick lit, Romcom.

Publication Date: 18th August 2020.

Standalone Novel, part of the Just a series. 

Estimated Page Count – 321.

Also read: Christmas at cornish confetti agency.

Be still, my beating ovaries. I’ve always been a sucker for a British accent.


This book was set in Orlando, Florida in the United states of America.


Buy: Amazon.


What happens when the right girl and the right guy meet at the wrong time?

One thing that can be said about Quinn Pearson is that she has a knack for doing the wrong thing at the wrong time. Like, the worst time ever. Take her job for instance. One little slip of the tongue using the mother of all swear words while reporting the news, and suddenly she finds herself with over 18 million views on YouTube and her employment in jeopardy.

Also, that accent is so mesmerizing, he could be reading me the periodic table and I think I’d listen with rapt attention.

If that wasn’t bad enough, when she meets the man of her dreams, she nearly chokes to death on a powdered sugar donut.Thankfully for Quinn, the dashing Brit, Henry, finds her near death experience quite charming. But just when Quinn thinks her luck is going to change, she finds out her timing is all wrong again. Henry is off limits. Or is he? Maybe it’s time for Quinn to quit settling for what life hands her. Perhaps it’s time for her to become more than just a girl.


This was one of the sweetest romantic comedies of all time. I loved the characters and i was thrilled that the main character learnt how to accept herself. It was a big relief when the story ended with her being more happy of her image.

This proved she didn’t have to change herself to get her dream job od the man of her dreams. She seized the cupcake with her talent and that is the best advice any story of this kind could give its female readers.


The story was really intriguing but at some points the characters of Holly and Bree got a little confusing.

After the divorce, which lasted longer than the marriage, I kept Thomas and haven’t spoken to the cousin since.


Based on everything i have written above, i will gladly give this book a [8/10] rating.


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