My rating: 3 star
Rosie and Alex have been friends since childhood. Not just any friends, but the best of friends; the kind of friends who are always there for each other. Even when Alex moves from Ireland to Boston when they are 17, they stay in touch through email and letters. They are there for each other through marriages, children, school, jobs, and death.
Told through notes, letters, emails, and cards, Love, Rosie (or Rose Dunne) is about realizing who is important and who you love. It's a cute story, though I felt that it was a little drawn out and every time I felt that something was finally going to happen, there was another obstacle thrown in the way. It got to be a little frustrating.
Mostly, it was a nice easy story to read, with some romance and good family relationships. There was some swearing.
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