Review: I See Life Through Rosé Colored Glasses


Title: I See Life Through Rosé Colored Glasses by Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella
Pages: 348
Rating: 4 stars
Verdict:  This is a delightful read, perfect for a cozy night in.

****I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I See Life Through Rosé Colored Glasses is a humorous and delightful read. Just what I needed especially right now. Everyone may be experiencing sunshine and warmth but it is the opposite for me. The temperatures have been dropping every day and the urge to stay indoors reading a book like this one has been getting stronger.

This book is the work of a mother daughter duo writing about their everyday experiences whilst sharing the occasional photo of their adorable dogs, which made reading this even better. The book is edited in a way that they have small alternating chapters with Lisa having two chapters and Francesca one. I wondered about that arrangement but I guess that is what worked for them.

Humor is a large part of this book and it starts right from the beginning. Some things especially in Lisa’s chapter will make you laugh out loud. For the most part though, it is a relatable kind of humor. The kind that makes you go like, ha ha I can totally relate to this except when she puts it like that, I don’t feel like a complete weirdo. At the start of this book, it looks like it would take some time to finish it but I flew right through the pages.

The chapters were short and I found myself reading more of them than I had planned in one seating. I recommend this book for those looking for a light and fun book to read especially on those cold nights.

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