Meant to Be Mine by Hannah Orenstein

Meant to Be Mine
.ePUB, 239 pages
Expected Publication: 07 Jun 2022
By: Atria Books

About The Book:
What if you knew exactly when you’d meet the love of your life? Edie Meyer knows. When her Grandma Gloria was a young woman, she had a vision of the exact day she would meet her soul mate—and then Grandpa Ray showed up. Since then, Gloria has accurately predicted the day every single member of the family has met their match. Edie’s day arrives on June 24, 2022, when she’s twenty-nine years old. She has been waiting for it half her life. That morning, she boards an airplane to her twin sister’s surprise engagement, and when a handsome musician sits beside her, she knows it’s meant to be. But fate comes with more complications than Edie expected and she can’t fight the nagging suspicion that her perfect guy doesn’t have perfect timing. After a tragedy and a shocking revelation rock Edie’s carefully constructed world, she’s forced to consider whether love chooses us, as simple as destiny, or if we choose it ourselves.

My Review:
My first book by Hannah Orenstein and I was pleasantly surprised. It was the premise that intrigued me, a grandmother who can predict the date you'll meet the love of your life. Imagine the pressure of that!? This was an utterly unique romance novel and I was so here for it. I loved being a fly on the wall for Edie's love life and her family is one I wish I was a part of, Gloria was a woman after my own heart and when Edie lost her I really felt that. I loved the New York setting and learning about the Jewish customs. Personally I don't believe in soulmates as relationships take work, hard work. I mean that for all relationships...familial, romantic and friendships alike, but I really loved this charmingly delightful read.

With many thanks to NetGalley, Hannah Orenstein and Atria Books for the giving of the ARC.


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