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It's been two years since the events of Monday. Frankie has finally moved on from losing Hawke; however, the pain still cuts deep. She unwilling and unable to pursue any other meaningful relationship despite the fact that a few great guys have come along. While her personal life is in shambles, her professional one continues to flourish as her Manhattan bakery The Muffin Girl is a huge success.
Following the engagement of her best friend Marie and Frankie's brother, Axel, she has to prepare herself to see Hawke again--he is the best man after all. Swirling emotions resurface for both of them. Hawke's successful in his own right but his personal life is still hallow. He wants to make a go of things with Frankie but she's not sure if she could handle the pain of loss and rejection again.
Tuesday is a bit of an emotional rollercoaster. What I did like was the continuation of Frankie and Hawke's story and the process of moving forward. Both characters are a little frustrating. Hawke is still set in his 'player' ways but realizes what he needs to do much sooner this time around. His character shows some growth but he is still too alpha and impusive. I hate the reoccuring, blind jeaousy. It is off putting and a serious red flag for any real relationship. Frankie is equally infuriating. I'm pretty upset with her for being horrible to Kyle. Yes, I know these are just book characters but still! He got the short end of the stick. I hope there is a book for him to find some happiness.
Overall, I still enjoyed the story despite some flaws. The pacing and flow felt a bit off, leaving me to wonder if it all couldn't be one really epic book by combining Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday into a stellar and more cohesive narrative. That being said, I still want to see what happens with their story in Wednesday.
Final rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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