you to Tara K. Reed and Door Flower Publishing for sending me a copy of this
novel Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda. It was given in exchange for an honest review. I
received no financial compensation.
many of you remember the little red and white books with stories that allowed
the reader to make a choice? This choice would allow you to choose where the
story went next. These books would often be found in the school library or book
shop. The series was Choose Your Own Adventure with various stories associated
with it. Tara Reed has written one for adults. Is it as cool as the ones from
premise is that the reader takes on the character of Elle. She is going to a
club with her best girlfriends Rachel and Valerie. What happens after that is
up to you? You may meet an interesting gentleman. Or you might have room for
time with your girlfriends. You choose the ending. It is all up to you the
reader to make the selections!
book is really interesting! I remembered the Choose Your Own Adventure books
from my childhood. The structure of the story is the same as the books I read
as a child. The major difference is more grown up subjects. I definitely feel
that there would be a market for this type of book, and is one that readers
was not a fan of the setting chosen for this story. I am not a clubber so it
wasn’t my scene. I enjoyed everything else about the book. I would love to see
other books like this with different settings.