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When Isabel Perez travels to Barcelona to save her sister Beatriz, she discovers a shocking family secret in New York Times bestselling author Chanel Cleeton’s new novel. Barcelona, 1964. Exiled from Cuba after the revolution, Isabel Perez has learned to guard her heart and protect her family at all costs. After Isabel’s sister Beatriz disappears in Barcelona, Isabel goes t When Isabel Perez travels to Barcelona to save her sister Beatriz, she discovers a shocking family secret in New York Times bestselling author Chanel Cleeton’s new novel. Barcelona, 1964. Exiled from Cuba after the revolution, Isabel Perez has learned to guard her heart and protect her family at all costs. After Isabel’s sister Beatriz disappears in Barcelona, Isabel goes to Spain in search of her. Joining forces with an unlikely ally thrusts Isabel into her sister’s dangerous world of espionage, but it’s an unearthed piece of family history that transforms Isabel’s life. Barcelona, 1936. Alicia Perez arrives in Barcelona after a difficult voyage from Cuba, her marriage in jeopardy and her young daughter Isabel in tow. Violence brews in Spain, the country on the brink of civil war, the rise of fascism threatening the world. When Cubans journey to Spain to join the International Brigades, Alicia’s past comes back to haunt her as she is unexpectedly reunited with the man who once held her heart. Alicia and Isabel’s lives intertwine, and the past and present collide, as a mother and daughter are forced to choose between their family’s expectations and following their hearts.


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When Isabel Perez travels to Barcelona to save her sister Beatriz, she discovers a shocking family secret in New York Times bestselling author Chanel Cleeton’s new novel. Barcelona, 1964. Exiled from Cuba after the revolution, Isabel Perez has learned to guard her heart and protect her family at all costs. After Isabel’s sister Beatriz disappears in Barcelona, Isabel goes t When Isabel Perez travels to Barcelona to save her sister Beatriz, she discovers a shocking family secret in New York Times bestselling author Chanel Cleeton’s new novel. Barcelona, 1964. Exiled from Cuba after the revolution, Isabel Perez has learned to guard her heart and protect her family at all costs. After Isabel’s sister Beatriz disappears in Barcelona, Isabel goes to Spain in search of her. Joining forces with an unlikely ally thrusts Isabel into her sister’s dangerous world of espionage, but it’s an unearthed piece of family history that transforms Isabel’s life. Barcelona, 1936. Alicia Perez arrives in Barcelona after a difficult voyage from Cuba, her marriage in jeopardy and her young daughter Isabel in tow. Violence brews in Spain, the country on the brink of civil war, the rise of fascism threatening the world. When Cubans journey to Spain to join the International Brigades, Alicia’s past comes back to haunt her as she is unexpectedly reunited with the man who once held her heart. Alicia and Isabel’s lives intertwine, and the past and present collide, as a mother and daughter are forced to choose between their family’s expectations and following their hearts.

30 review for Our Last Days in Barcelona

  1. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    I’ve enjoyed this Cuban series, following the Perez family from the Cuban revolution and now, into the mid1960s. When Beatriz, in Barcelona, stops responding to her family’s messages and calls from Palm Beach, her older sister Isabel crosses the Atlantic to find her. The story also flashes back to 1936 and we hear from their mother, Alicia and her cousin, Rosa. I found all three of these women engaging and their stories interesting. Isabel, as the eldest daughter, has been the one to always sacr I’ve enjoyed this Cuban series, following the Perez family from the Cuban revolution and now, into the mid1960s. When Beatriz, in Barcelona, stops responding to her family’s messages and calls from Palm Beach, her older sister Isabel crosses the Atlantic to find her. The story also flashes back to 1936 and we hear from their mother, Alicia and her cousin, Rosa. I found all three of these women engaging and their stories interesting. Isabel, as the eldest daughter, has been the one to always sacrifice her own happiness for her family. She’s loyal, she has a strong moral compass. If her sister is the passionate one, Isabel is the strong silent type. Alicia also married to please her family. And while Rosa married for love, her marriage wasn’t a match made in Heaven either. Cleeton does a great job of weaving these three stories together. They all have aspects of familial duty. She also is a pro when it comes to weaving historical facts into the plot so I learned more about the Spanish Civil War, the earlier Cuban unrest and the Spanish-Cuban alliance in the 1960s. The scenes in Guernica are a horrible parallel to the situation in Ukraine, down to the false news of the day. There is a strong romance factor to this story, which at times bordered on being too much for me, but I have a low tolerance for romantic plot lines. My thanks to Netgalley and Berkley Publishing for an advance copy of this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Debra

    What a wonderful treat to be able to revisit the Perez sisters/family! Barcelona, 1964 The book begins when Isabel Perez travels to Barcelona to save her sister, Beatriz. While there she is joined by an unlikely ally and learns a little3 more about her family’s history. Barcelona, 1936 Alicia Perez has traveled from Cuba to Barcelona with her young daughter in tow. But soon violence breaks out in Spain, and she is reunited with someone from her past. In this book Isabel and Alicia's story lines inter What a wonderful treat to be able to revisit the Perez sisters/family! Barcelona, 1964 The book begins when Isabel Perez travels to Barcelona to save her sister, Beatriz. While there she is joined by an unlikely ally and learns a little3 more about her family’s history. Barcelona, 1936 Alicia Perez has traveled from Cuba to Barcelona with her young daughter in tow. But soon violence breaks out in Spain, and she is reunited with someone from her past. In this book Isabel and Alicia's story lines intertwine. Chanel Cleeton is such a gift writer who has done an impeccable amount of research in writing this book I really enjoy when I not only learn, but I am also entertained and moved by books and this one fit that bill! I found this book to be gripping from the beginning. I enjoy her use of history and how it shapes her character's lives. Cleeton never disappoints and she nailed it once again in this book. I already have my hopes up that she will have another book out soon! If you have not read her work, I highly recommend doing so. Gripping, beautifully written, evoking emotion and hard to put down! #OurLastDaysinBarcelona #NetGalley #Berkely Thank you to Stephanie Felty, Berkley Publishing Group, Berkley and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All the thoughts and opinions are my own. Read more of my reviews at www.openbookposts.com

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bkwmlee

    4.5 stars I’ve read all of the books in Chanel Cleeton’s Cuban series about the Perez family and have enjoyed each one (though some more than others). Of course, the one that will always be my favorite is the first book from 2018, Next Year in Havana , which introduced us to the Perez siblings and the entire extended family. Though that first book was essentially from the perspective of the third Perez sister Elisa, it did such a great job laying the story groundwork for this fascinating famil 4.5 stars I’ve read all of the books in Chanel Cleeton’s Cuban series about the Perez family and have enjoyed each one (though some more than others). Of course, the one that will always be my favorite is the first book from 2018, Next Year in Havana , which introduced us to the Perez siblings and the entire extended family. Though that first book was essentially from the perspective of the third Perez sister Elisa, it did such a great job laying the story groundwork for this fascinating family that by the end of it, I was hoping we would get additional books for each of the other sisters as well. That wish was granted in 2019 when Cleeton published her second book in the series, When We Left Cuba , which is from the perspective of fiery and passionate second sister Beatriz (who, remains one of the most beloved characters from the Perez family saga). After that, as Cleeton indicates in her Author’s Note, she took a break from writing about the Perez sisters and instead, came out with 2 novels about the lives of 2 different Perez ancestors — the sisters’ aunt Mirta Perez in The Last Train to Key West and their cousin Rosa’s grandmother Marina Perez in The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba . With her newest novel (which published this month), Cleeton returns to the Perez sisters, this time giving us eldest sister Isabel’s story with Our Last Days in Barcelona . Picking up essentially where When We Left Cuba ended, Our Last Days in Barcelona has Isabel heading from Palm Beach, Florida to Barcelona in Spain to locate her sister Beatriz, who is involved in dangerous intelligence work with the government. Once there though, Isabel finds herself partnering with an unlikely ally, Beatriz’s friend Diego, with whom she eventually forms a close bond. But that’s not all — in Beatriz’s apartment, Isabel discovers a photograph of herself at barely 2 years old, sitting with her mother Alicia Perez in a Barcelona cafe meeting with a mysterious man — though when Isabel asks her mother about the photo, she vehemently denies ever having been in Barcelona. While looking for her sister, Isabel also unearths additional fragments of the story behind the photograph, which eventually changes her life in profound ways. In an alternating timeline between present day (1964) and the past (1936), the story of Isabel’s mother Alicia as well as her father Emilio’s cousin Rosa unfold. Later, both timelines intertwine as Isabel faces some of the same struggles and family expectations that her mother did 28 years ago — in the end, will Isabel choose the same path her mother does or will she follow her heart instead? In this novel, Cleeton does the same wonderful job as she did with her previous 4 novels conveying the historical context related to Cuba, though this time, it’s the country’s relationship with Spain and the civil war that occurred there that provides the backdrop for Isabel’s and Alicia’s stories. One of the reasons I like reading historical fiction is to learn about historical time periods, events, people, places, etc. that I didn’t know about, which has certainly been the case with Cleeton’s works. Though the Perez family is fictional, Cleeton has done such a great job developing these richly nuanced characters (especially the Perez women) that I couldn’t help feeling as though I was reading about a real family (as mentioned in my review of the first book in this series, Cleeton herself is Cuban-American and actually wove in some of her own family’s history as well as experiences fleeing from Cuba into the Perez family story). Each time I read one of Cleeton’s books featuring a character from the Perez family, I feel like going back and re-reading Next Year in Havana all over again (the only thing holding me back from doing a re-read of any book is my overflowing TBR and a dogged determination to get through every single book on the list), since that’s the book that kicked things off and first introduced us to the family. Speaking of the characters— up until this point, my favorite Perez sibling was Beatriz and while I still love her dearly (especially her fiery and defiant personality), I’ve also come around to Isabel too now and consider her a favorite as well. I also appreciated how we were given additional insight into Alicia as a character and the background of some of the things that happened in her life during her youth that eventually shaped the woman she became later (especially in the context of her role as wife, mother, and Perez family matriarch). I’m not sure whether Cleeton will write another book about the Perez siblings (my guess is yes, as there is still one more Perez sister’s story left to tell — youngest sister Maria’s), but having followed this fictional family from the beginning, there’s no doubt that I will want to read that book as well (if / whenever it comes into being). While technically it’s not necessary to read the previous 2 books about the Perez sisters in order to read this one, I do recommend doing so only because you get the full background of the family history — which, for me, makes a huge difference in terms of reading experience. Even if Cleeton’s next novel won’t be about the Perez sisters specifically, I’m pretty sure she will incorporate another character from the Perez family into it — identifying the connection between the characters in each of her books to the ones in the original story (as well as to her other books) is part of the “fun” of reading her novels, at least for me. Received ARC from Berkeley Books via Edelweiss.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Berit Talks Books

    I was so excited when I realize that this book featured the Perez sisters from Chanel Cleeton’s previous books. This book picks up right where When We Left Cuba leaves off. You do not need to have read the prior book/s to appreciate this one. This book features the oldest Perez sister Isabel. 1964 Isabell the silent propper sister is headed to Spain to find out what’s going on with her rebellious sister Beatriz. Not only do we get Isabell’s story, we also learn more about the sister’s mother Ali I was so excited when I realize that this book featured the Perez sisters from Chanel Cleeton’s previous books. This book picks up right where When We Left Cuba leaves off. You do not need to have read the prior book/s to appreciate this one. This book features the oldest Perez sister Isabel. 1964 Isabell the silent propper sister is headed to Spain to find out what’s going on with her rebellious sister Beatriz. Not only do we get Isabell’s story, we also learn more about the sister’s mother Alicia. 1936 Alicia flees to Spain to figure out her future. The book seamlessly weaves together these two time periods. I also love learning more about the complicated histories of both Cuba and Spain. Two strong smart women learning more about themselves and one another. Especially Isabel who truly saw an entirely new side to her mother after visiting her past. There is also some romance in the story, but it takes a backseat to the plight of these women. The backdrop of historical Spain was so interesting and evocative. Another beautifully told story from Chanel Cleeton that hit me right in the heart and taught me so much. *** Big thank you to Berkley for my gifted copy of this book. All opinions are my own. ***

  5. 5 out of 5

    Joan Happel

    The Perez family saga continues with Cleeton's work of historical fiction. This is another engrossing story about the family, exiled from Cuba after the takeover by Castro. This time the focus is on oldest daughter Isabel. It is 1964 and Isabel is worried about her sister Beatriz who has disappeared in Barcelona. Leaving her husband behind, Isabel flies to Spain to find her sister despite their difficulties the two have shared in their relationship. While is looking through Beatriz's apartment, The Perez family saga continues with Cleeton's work of historical fiction. This is another engrossing story about the family, exiled from Cuba after the takeover by Castro. This time the focus is on oldest daughter Isabel. It is 1964 and Isabel is worried about her sister Beatriz who has disappeared in Barcelona. Leaving her husband behind, Isabel flies to Spain to find her sister despite their difficulties the two have shared in their relationship. While is looking through Beatriz's apartment, Isabel finds a picture of her mother Alicia in a Spanish cafe sitting beside a strange man and holding Isabel on her lap. We also get to hear Alicia's story from 1936, her escape to Spain, and the horror of being caught up in the turmoil of the Spanish Civil War. Cleeton's story shines with her vivid portrayal of place and time. Her talent for creating strong female characters and relationships that ring true continue in this novel. She is a master of weaving history with fiction, and characters that grow and evolve from their experiences, with a satisfying and believable resolution. If you have not read the other books about the Perez family, I encourage you to do do, but this novel works as a standalone story. Richly detailed, well researched, with excellent writing, this novel will appeal to fans of historical fiction as well as women's fiction. I look forward to more novels from this author. Thank you to Berkley Publishing Group and NetGalley for the e-ARC

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carol (Reading Ladies)

    4.5 Stars Thanks #NetGalley @BerkleyPub #BerkleyWritesStrongWomen #BerkleyBuddyReads for a complimentary eARC of #OurLastDaysInBarcelona upon my request. All opinions are my own. In 1964, Isabel Perez travels to Barcelona to check on her sister Beatriz after the family loses contact with her. The family is worried about her disappearance because they fear Beatriz may be involved in espionage. Isabel meets a (handsome) gentleman friend and coworker of Beatriz’s who helps locate Beatriz. While in Ba 4.5 Stars Thanks #NetGalley @BerkleyPub #BerkleyWritesStrongWomen #BerkleyBuddyReads for a complimentary eARC of #OurLastDaysInBarcelona upon my request. All opinions are my own. In 1964, Isabel Perez travels to Barcelona to check on her sister Beatriz after the family loses contact with her. The family is worried about her disappearance because they fear Beatriz may be involved in espionage. Isabel meets a (handsome) gentleman friend and coworker of Beatriz’s who helps locate Beatriz. While in Barcelona, Isabel stumbles upon an old picture that causes her to question her family history. The story takes us back to 1936 as family secrets are revealed. Having read three of Chanel Cleeton’s most recent releases, I’ve deemed her a reliable, auto-buy author. What I love most about Cleeton’s stories is the easy way she engages readers. I’m invested in the story from page one. Even though her stories have a vivid historical sense of place, we are never overwhelmed with historical facts. In my mind, I categorize her stories as women’s fiction in a historical setting. For me, her writing style is “easy reading” while still providing substantial content. Do you love complicated family drama? Although Cleeton’s main characters in each book are all connected to the Perez family of Cuba, each book can be read as a stand-alone. In dual timelines, Our Last Days in Barcelona shares the story of Isabel (1964) and her mother (1936). They are each inspiring, independently minded, strong, and brave women. We see how cultural expectations, family traditions, and circumstances attempt to shape their lives. Cleeton writes satisfying endings for her stories. I love how the two timelines of Our Last Days in Barcelona come together. The story has an especially satisfying ending tied up in a big fluffy bow. Thoughtful themes include mothers and daughters, family loyalty, sibling conflict and devotion, independence, taking risks, friendship, reconciliation and forgiveness, living in times of civil war and political unrest, and desperate measures in desperate times. Readers who are looking for non-WW11 histfic will appreciate Our Last Days in Barcelona, and fans of substantial women’s fiction will be delighted. A thoughtful beach read for summer! Rich discussion possibilities also make this an engaging book club selection or buddy read. For more reviews visit my blog www.readingladies.com where this review was first published.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Natasha Lester

    The fabulous Perez sisters, plus the glorious backdrop of Barcelona – what more could any reader want? I absolutely loved this story of courage, sacrifice, family and love. Nobody writes about the special bond between sisters as well as Chanel Cleeton. This is the book you’re going to want to read this summer!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carole (Carole's Random Life)

    This review can also be found at https://carolesrandomlife.com/ I loved this book! I have been a fan of Chanel Cleeton’s historical fiction books featuring Cuban characters since she started writing them. I was really excited to learn that this book would feature one of the Perez sisters but once I started reading and found in addition to a Perez sister we also get to read about their mother, Alicia, and their aunt, Rosa. I was pulled into this story from the first page and hated to put the book This review can also be found at https://carolesrandomlife.com/ I loved this book! I have been a fan of Chanel Cleeton’s historical fiction books featuring Cuban characters since she started writing them. I was really excited to learn that this book would feature one of the Perez sisters but once I started reading and found in addition to a Perez sister we also get to read about their mother, Alicia, and their aunt, Rosa. I was pulled into this story from the first page and hated to put the book down until I had reached the very end. Isabel is the oldest of the Perez sisters. When she learns that her sister, Beatriz, is missing in Barcelona, she travels to Spain hoping to find her. She soon meets Diego and the pair set off to track her down. Years earlier, Alicia also traveled to Spain with her young daughter, Isabel. While Alicia is in Spain, the county is filled with violence with war on the horizon. Rosa is a new wife back in Cuba who must say goodbye to her husband and he leaves to go to Spain to fight. I was swept away by the stories of these women and the choices that they had to make. All three tried to balance the needs of their family against the things that they really want out of life. These women were loyal and passionate while trying to do the best they could in incredibly difficult situations. I was glued to the pages as they struggled to find the best future possible. I really liked the dynamics between the Perez sisters and liked that we got to see Alicia in both of the timelines. I would highly recommend this book to others. It was hard not to fall in love with this group of characters and the story was filled with the perfect combination of passion and excitement. I cannot wait to read future works by this talented author. I received a digital review copy of this book from Berkley Publishing Group via NetGalley.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mallory

    This was a really fun read. I didn’t realize it was part of a series, but I didn’t feel that it took away from this story as a standalone. It was fun for me personally that I was in Barcelona when I read this. The writing was excellent and I liked the story a lot. The main character, Isabel, has always been the responsible sister but when her sister Beatriz stops responding she travels to Barcelona to find her. While there she discovers her family has some secrets and she also discovers herself. This was a really fun read. I didn’t realize it was part of a series, but I didn’t feel that it took away from this story as a standalone. It was fun for me personally that I was in Barcelona when I read this. The writing was excellent and I liked the story a lot. The main character, Isabel, has always been the responsible sister but when her sister Beatriz stops responding she travels to Barcelona to find her. While there she discovers her family has some secrets and she also discovers herself. The story was sweet and a good escape and a good look into the people had been forced to leave Cuba. I’ll definitely be reading more by this author.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sue Em

    Another enjoyable historical fiction following the lives of the Perez women,mothers and sisters from Cuba to Florida to Europe. This one focuses on parallel stories of escaping to Barcelona due to unhappy marriages in the early sixties and also during the beginning of t?he Spanish civil war. Cleeton on is a masterful storyteller spinning intricate tales full of fascinating characters. Each book is a standalone but reading on order gives more depth to the stories in this book. Really 4 and a half Another enjoyable historical fiction following the lives of the Perez women,mothers and sisters from Cuba to Florida to Europe. This one focuses on parallel stories of escaping to Barcelona due to unhappy marriages in the early sixties and also during the beginning of t?he Spanish civil war. Cleeton on is a masterful storyteller spinning intricate tales full of fascinating characters. Each book is a standalone but reading on order gives more depth to the stories in this book. Really 4 and a half stars.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Simply Love Book Reviews

    I have enjoyed each book in the Perez family saga, and Our Last Days in Barcelona is second only to Next Year in Havana which ranks as one of my favorite books ever, so that says a lot. The eldest Perez sibling, Isabel travels to Barcelona to find Beatriz who has gone missing. Beatriz, as you know if you’ve read her story, When We Left Cuba, is a risk-taker who is very involved in Cuba’s fight for freedom from the Castro regime. Isabel, on the other hand, is the solid, reliable, responsible, duty I have enjoyed each book in the Perez family saga, and Our Last Days in Barcelona is second only to Next Year in Havana which ranks as one of my favorite books ever, so that says a lot. The eldest Perez sibling, Isabel travels to Barcelona to find Beatriz who has gone missing. Beatriz, as you know if you’ve read her story, When We Left Cuba, is a risk-taker who is very involved in Cuba’s fight for freedom from the Castro regime. Isabel, on the other hand, is the solid, reliable, responsible, duty-bound sister who married a man she didn’t love to insure her family’s position in Miami. Even making the trip alone to Barcelona is completely out of character for Isabel. I loved watching Isabel discover and explore her independence, finding not only her errant sister, Beatriz, but herself, along the way. The book alternates between 1968 Barcelona and Cuba/Barcelona of 1936/1937, between Isabel’s story and those of her mother, Alicia, and cousin Rosa. Three different stories of three strong women facing life-changing events and making far-reaching decisions. I was intrigued by the mystery of Isabel’s search for the truth of her past, as well as how she would handle and face her future. I have never liked Alicia Perez, the matriarch of the family. She’s always struck me as cold and calculating, caring only for the family’s social position and not at all concerned with her children’s happiness, often coming across as harsh and mean, but in Our Last Days in Barcelona, we see a younger Alicia, as a new mother questioning her marriage and the choices she’s made in her life. I saw her in a new light which went a little towards helping me understand her better. The stories of all three of these strong women are interesting, intriguing, fascinating even. Chanel Cleeton’s passion for Cuba, her love for its people and history is clearly obvious in her stories of the Perez family. I have been on an historical fiction kick the last couple of years, I have learned so much about the history of Cuba (and Spain) from her books, all while being thoroughly entertained by her fictional Perez family. This, and other books in this series are women’s fiction as opposed to romance, but there is a strong romantic element to most of the books, this one is no exception. While I do believe this book can be read as a standalone, I think it would be beneficial to read the previous books for a richer experience. Review copy provided for a voluntary review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    This was exactly what I want from a Chanel Cleeton historical novel and I was so, so happy to read it. The last couple of books were fine, but suffered from a common problem in multiple storyline novels, i.e. that one of them is better/more appealing than the others, and you end up resenting the time you are not spending where you want. These blended together so beautifully that even when I did want to spend more time with other characters I was equally fine spending the time where we were. Real This was exactly what I want from a Chanel Cleeton historical novel and I was so, so happy to read it. The last couple of books were fine, but suffered from a common problem in multiple storyline novels, i.e. that one of them is better/more appealing than the others, and you end up resenting the time you are not spending where you want. These blended together so beautifully that even when I did want to spend more time with other characters I was equally fine spending the time where we were. Really recommend this one as an extension of the first two Perez sister novels.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Betül

    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** Our Last Days in Barcelona was another phenomenal Historical/Women's Fiction novel. I don't even need to know the plot of the book, I just know that Chanel Cleeton will deliver a unique and intriguing story with amazing characters. There are always multiple POVs, which I love because it tells the story from different views and elevates it. Everything is connected and throughout the book, you come up with multiple theories and I love i **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review** Our Last Days in Barcelona was another phenomenal Historical/Women's Fiction novel. I don't even need to know the plot of the book, I just know that Chanel Cleeton will deliver a unique and intriguing story with amazing characters. There are always multiple POVs, which I love because it tells the story from different views and elevates it. Everything is connected and throughout the book, you come up with multiple theories and I love it when an author surprises me when the story unfolds differently from what I predicted. Chanel's storytelling is beautiful and so engaging. I always get so hooked on the multiple storylines and fully connect to the characters. The author just has a way of telling a story that has me intrigued and invested until the very last page. I couldn't put the book down because I needed to know what would happen next. The amount of romance that the author includes satisfied my romantic heart. All three women whose POVs we follow go through hardships and grow so much in this book. They have to make hard decisions and it was very interesting to see their individual character development. This book is about family and making difficult decisions, and that it is okay to want and go after something for yourself. You are an individual with dreams and you don't have to follow other people's expectations. Our Last Days in Barcelona is one of my favorite reads of the year and I already look forward to the next book Chanel Cleeton will release.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    The history and culture of Cuba and Spain are brought to vivid life against the backdrop of the ongoing Perez family saga. Chanel Cleeton has been a long-time familiar author, but with the books focused on the Perez family, she captivated me with her lush depictions of characters, relationship, plotting, and historical background. I was pulled into the Perez family world. Our Last Days in Barcelona is the fifth book in the ongoing Perez family saga as told through the eyes of the women of each ge The history and culture of Cuba and Spain are brought to vivid life against the backdrop of the ongoing Perez family saga. Chanel Cleeton has been a long-time familiar author, but with the books focused on the Perez family, she captivated me with her lush depictions of characters, relationship, plotting, and historical background. I was pulled into the Perez family world. Our Last Days in Barcelona is the fifth book in the ongoing Perez family saga as told through the eyes of the women of each generation. These are standalone books, but are connected. This one is particularly connected to Next Year in Havana and When We Left Cuba as those are the stories of this younger heroine’s sisters. In 1960’s Barcelona, young bride Isabel has come to find her fiery younger sister, Beatriz, who is determined to bring the new Cuban government to its knees and free her people. Isabel and Beatriz had a falling out over Beatriz’s love life and other life choices, but she wants to find her and reconcile. They do this, but end up on a quest to learn a family secret their mother has been keeping for decades. In 1930’s Barcelona, another young bride and her young daughter arrives after fleeing a cheating husband. Alicia isn’t sure of anything at this point, but Spain is in tumult and so is her heart when she runs into a past love. Meanwhile back in Cuba, Rosa, cousin to Alicia’s husband, is struggling to fit in with her high society in-laws after her new husband rushes off to fight in Spain. Our Last Days in Barcelona brings the story of four incredible women and is charged with emotion, vitality, and a bittersweet tone. The writing is superb and drew me in immediately and those finally stunning pages left me feeling bereft. The pace is gentle and the suspense is subtle, but I still found it a riveting story that I didn’t want to put down. I love how the author writes of so many women in these, but they each feel distinct and the generations that separate them felt distinct as well though the locale was the same. I loved feeling I was inside their minds getting their feelings and motivations as well as seeing their actions. There is romance throughout this book and yet I felt it was the women’s stories that shone brightest. Isabel is not as dynamic as Beatriz and yet I enjoyed seeing this oldest of the three sisters have a surprising story. I found the look back at their mother in the early days of her marriage was even more compelling as a character. These female protagonists make the books alongside the other great protagonist, Cuban and Spanish culture. All in all, it was another incredible read from the author and dive into her Cuban American world. Those who enjoy historical fiction focused on women protagonists should definitely slip this book and the rest of the Perez books onto their pile. I rec’d this eARC from Berkley via NetGalley to read in exchange for an honest review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jane Igharo

    Three stories of three women - each trying to find their voice, gain independence and respect, and follow their heart. Absolutely beautiful and heartbreaking. I cried, especially at the last paragraph. Highly recommended!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Thank to the Publisher and Author for allowing me to right a review based on my own opinion This is Chanel Cleeton’s fifth book on the Perez family. The books in the series cover off the Perez’s family’s experiences from living in Cuba while it was still a Colony of Spain to Cuba’s revolution and the family being forced to flee Cuba for safety. Each book can be read as a standalone or can be read together. I have read all five books: When We Left Havana, Next Year in Havana, The Most Beautiful Gir Thank to the Publisher and Author for allowing me to right a review based on my own opinion This is Chanel Cleeton’s fifth book on the Perez family. The books in the series cover off the Perez’s family’s experiences from living in Cuba while it was still a Colony of Spain to Cuba’s revolution and the family being forced to flee Cuba for safety. Each book can be read as a standalone or can be read together. I have read all five books: When We Left Havana, Next Year in Havana, The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba, The Last Train to Key West and now Our Last Days in Barcelona. I expected at this point that there probably would not be much that could be written that would continue to capture my attention and time. However I was wrong, as with the other books she has written this one has captured me. I voraciously read this staying up late to get through this story that involved some of the characters from the previous books. These books are well written so it doesn't matter what order you read them in as they cover off the stories of different family members. I highly recommend this book, it's a wonderful historical fiction where the reader learns some history surrounding the connections between the people of Cuba and Spain. From all her books I've learnt some really interesting information. I rate this book 9.5/10 and wait patiently to see what she writes next.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Another fantastic historical fiction book featuring the unforgettable Perez sisters!! In this dual timeline story we get to learn more about Isabel as she travels to Spain to track down her missing sister Beatriz in the 60s and also more about the Perez matriarch, Alicia, in 1936 when she's fled Cuba to find safety in Barcelona. Both timelines are full of strong women, espionage, love and immigrants trying to maintain a sense of home in a dangerous and scary world. I really loved Isabel's journe Another fantastic historical fiction book featuring the unforgettable Perez sisters!! In this dual timeline story we get to learn more about Isabel as she travels to Spain to track down her missing sister Beatriz in the 60s and also more about the Perez matriarch, Alicia, in 1936 when she's fled Cuba to find safety in Barcelona. Both timelines are full of strong women, espionage, love and immigrants trying to maintain a sense of home in a dangerous and scary world. I really loved Isabel's journey of self-awareness and self-love. She began life entering into a loveless marriage of convenience because it seemed like the easiest and safest choice only to find the courage to chase her own dreams both in love and her passion for painting. Full of adventure, drama and the bonds of sisterhood. I couldn't get enough of this story, flipping between the paperback and audio versions. Narrated with a full cast, this was an easy listen and a perfect beach read for the summer. Highly recommended, especially for fans of the author's Cuba saga! Much thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for my advance review copy!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    This was my first time reading one of Chanel Cleeton's books and it did not disappoint. The book is a cross between women's fiction and historical fiction. The book takes place in 1964 after the Perez family has exiled to Florida from Cuba after Castro's revolution. The eldest daughter Isabel Perez decides to travel to Barcelona to save her sister Beatrice and while in Barcelona discovers a family secret. The book shifts back and forth between present and the past in 1936 Barcelona when Alicia P This was my first time reading one of Chanel Cleeton's books and it did not disappoint. The book is a cross between women's fiction and historical fiction. The book takes place in 1964 after the Perez family has exiled to Florida from Cuba after Castro's revolution. The eldest daughter Isabel Perez decides to travel to Barcelona to save her sister Beatrice and while in Barcelona discovers a family secret. The book shifts back and forth between present and the past in 1936 Barcelona when Alicia Perez arrives in Barcelona with her daughter Isabel after her husband had an affair. Overall this book did a great job of weaving together historical facts about Spain in the 1930s and 1960s, mother/daughter relationships, each Perez sisters personal story, and of course some romance. While this is my first book from Chanel Cleeton, it certainly won't be my last. I look forward reading from her backlist and getting to know more about the other Perez sisters when they each tell their own story. A part of me kind of wishes I started reading the books in publication order so I got to know each sister from the beginning but the book is stand alone and not part of a series so you can read this without having read any of her other books like I did. A huge thank you to Netgalley and the publisher, Berkeley Publishing Group for the opportunity to read and give an honest review of this advanced reader copy.

  19. 5 out of 5

    ☕️Kimberly

    This story focuses on the eldest daughter, Isabel Perez. The family has been exiled from Cuba and, as the oldest daughter; she felt the pressure and need of her family as they try to carve out a home in South Florida. She was a dutiful daughter and did what was expected, including marrying an older gentleman she did not love. When Beatriz is unreachable in Spain, it is Isabel who books a flight to Barcelona to search for her. This trip will forever change her. I have loved everything Cleeton has p This story focuses on the eldest daughter, Isabel Perez. The family has been exiled from Cuba and, as the oldest daughter; she felt the pressure and need of her family as they try to carve out a home in South Florida. She was a dutiful daughter and did what was expected, including marrying an older gentleman she did not love. When Beatriz is unreachable in Spain, it is Isabel who books a flight to Barcelona to search for her. This trip will forever change her. I have loved everything Cleeton has published, but it is her historical fictions that truly shine. Her stories of Cuba and the Perez family are rich, detailed, captivating and perfectly paced. From the landscaping to the bond between the siblings, these are stories that feel rich and real. I love fictional stories set during historical periods and Cleeton touches on a few in Our Last Days in Barcelona. Things are unsettled in Spain and the author shares the climate of two periods. Barcelona, 1964 Beatriz disappears in Barcelona, Isabel goes to Spain in search of her and joins forces with Diego who is also looking for Beatriz. She is soon making discoveries about her own past as she traipses across Spain. Along the way Isabel will find her passion, herself and maybe the chance at real love. Barcelona, 1936 A young Alicia Perez journey’s to Spain from Cuba with her young daughter Isabel in tow. The country is on the brink of Civil War. Young men are traveling to Spain to fight the cause and among them is Roe’s husband. The two timelines weave back and forth, giving us several stories. Cleeton kept me engaged with each thread she wove. I loved trying to figure out how these Perez women would tackle each problem with dignity and courage. I loved how the author wove them together, giving Isabel strength. This historical fiction has it all from family honor to matters of the heart. It’s all set against the backdrop of Spain, from the civil war to the horrors of Guernica. I am hoping Cleeton delivers more historical fiction romance and while each of the following books will work as standalone; they are intertwined by the Perez siblings. When We Left Cuba, The Last Train to Key West and The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba and Our Last Days in Barcelona. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer

  20. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    I really enjoyed reading/listening to another chapter in the life of the fabulous Perez sisters . . . Storytelling that absorbs, irresistible main characters, and, if you listen, perfect narrators for each voice. Great summer read!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Milena

    In Our Last Days in Barcelona we revisit the Perez sisters we first met in Next Year in Havana. This latest book follows the dutiful and quiet older sister, Isabel. When Isabel's younger sister Beatriz disappears in Barcelona, Isabel travels to Spain to find her. In Spain, she not only learns of a shocking family secret, but she also starts to re-examine her life and the choices she made to keep her family safe. The book has three POVs: Isabel's, her mother Alicia's, and Alicia's cousin, Rosa's. In Our Last Days in Barcelona we revisit the Perez sisters we first met in Next Year in Havana. This latest book follows the dutiful and quiet older sister, Isabel. When Isabel's younger sister Beatriz disappears in Barcelona, Isabel travels to Spain to find her. In Spain, she not only learns of a shocking family secret, but she also starts to re-examine her life and the choices she made to keep her family safe. The book has three POVs: Isabel's, her mother Alicia's, and Alicia's cousin, Rosa's. I am a big fan of Chanel Cleeton's books and Our Days in Barcelona didn't disappoint. I loved revisiting the Perez sisters, I loved Barcelona setting and I loved the romance. Cleeton writes the best romantic heroes. I highly recommend this book to historical fiction fans! *ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley

  22. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne (The Bookish Libra)

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I’ve really been enjoying Chanel Cleeton’s historical fiction novels that focus on the women of the Perez family, a family that was exiled from Cuba after Fidel Castro took over the country. In her latest novel, Our Last Days in Barcelona, Cleeton tells the story of eldest Perez daughter, Isabel. As the eldest, Isabel feels a tremendous sense of responsibility when it comes to her family, who for the most part have settled in South Florida. The notable exception to that is Isabel’s younger siste I’ve really been enjoying Chanel Cleeton’s historical fiction novels that focus on the women of the Perez family, a family that was exiled from Cuba after Fidel Castro took over the country. In her latest novel, Our Last Days in Barcelona, Cleeton tells the story of eldest Perez daughter, Isabel. As the eldest, Isabel feels a tremendous sense of responsibility when it comes to her family, who for the most part have settled in South Florida. The notable exception to that is Isabel’s younger sister, Beatriz, who has relocated to Spain and is engaged in espionage. When Beatriz disappears, it is Isabel who immediately books a flight to Barcelona to find her and while there, also discovers a shocking family secret that makes her question everything she has ever known about her life and family. Through the use of dual timelines, Cleeton takes us on quite an adventure in this novel. One timeline is set in Barcelona in1964 and is the one that follows Isabel as she sets out to track down Beatriz. When Isabel arrives at Beatriz’s apartment, instead of finding Beatriz, she meets an unlikely ally and this timeline follows them on their dangerous journey to track down her sister. The second timeline is also set in Barcelona, but this time in 1936 and it features Alicia Perez, Isabel’s mother, as well as an infant Isabel. Alicia’s marriage is on the rocks and she has left Cuba and traveled to Spain to stay with family. Her timing is awful though because Spain is on the brink of a civil war and danger is all around them. Alicia’s life takes an unexpected turn when she finds herself face to face with a man who once held her heart. I love how Cleeton weaves together these two timelines, intertwining Alicia and Isabel’s lives, and showing how both mother and daughter found themselves, nearly 30 years apart, having to choose between being dutiful daughters or following their hearts. I found both timelines equally engrossing and was fully invested in both Alicia’s and Isabel’s journeys. I also love Cleeton’s brand of historical romance. She not only vividly immerses me in the history and culture of both Spain and Cuba in this novel, but she also infuses the story with plenty of romance, suspense, and drama so that it’s a real page turner. Our Last Days in Barcelona would definitely work as a standalone but I think reading When We Left Cuba, Next Year in Havana, The Last Time to Key West, and The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba gives the richest reading experience so that you know the moving histories of all the Perez women. Note: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley. All opinions are my own.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kari Ann Sweeney

    This is the fifth Chanel Cleeton book I've read and can confidently say that her stories are solid summer reads.⁣ ⁣ OUR LAST DAYS IN BARCELONA revisits the Perez family. 𝗕𝗮𝗿𝗰𝗲𝗹𝗼𝗻𝗮 𝟭𝟵𝟲𝟰 Isabel leaves Palm Beach to find her sister Beatriz. 𝗕𝗮𝗿𝗰𝗲𝗹𝗼𝗻𝗮 𝟭𝟵𝟯𝟲 Unbeknownst to Isabel. their mother. Alicia fled Cuba with her in tow. ⁣ ⁣ The story was propelled through dual timelines as family secrets are revealed and relationships are tested as they find their place in the world. This was an easy yet engaging This is the fifth Chanel Cleeton book I've read and can confidently say that her stories are solid summer reads.⁣ ⁣ OUR LAST DAYS IN BARCELONA revisits the Perez family. 𝗕𝗮𝗿𝗰𝗲𝗹𝗼𝗻𝗮 𝟭𝟵𝟲𝟰 Isabel leaves Palm Beach to find her sister Beatriz. 𝗕𝗮𝗿𝗰𝗲𝗹𝗼𝗻𝗮 𝟭𝟵𝟯𝟲 Unbeknownst to Isabel. their mother. Alicia fled Cuba with her in tow. ⁣ ⁣ The story was propelled through dual timelines as family secrets are revealed and relationships are tested as they find their place in the world. This was an easy yet engaging read. Cleeton’s books rarely end up on my year end “Standouts & Shoutouts” list, but I keep reading and enjoying them year after year.⁣

  24. 4 out of 5

    Books

    What can say but WOW! Chanel Cleeton as always has delivered another story that shattered my soul and put me back together again. Beautifully written, Cleeton is an author that can’t be ignored. If people aren’t out there clamoring for Cleeton’s books there’s an issue.. This story is told with such breathtaking elegance that you have to keep turning the pages to know what happens next to her engaging characters. Thank you to #netgalley and #berkleypublishinggroup for allowing me to read the eARC o What can say but WOW! Chanel Cleeton as always has delivered another story that shattered my soul and put me back together again. Beautifully written, Cleeton is an author that can’t be ignored. If people aren’t out there clamoring for Cleeton’s books there’s an issue.. This story is told with such breathtaking elegance that you have to keep turning the pages to know what happens next to her engaging characters. Thank you to #netgalley and #berkleypublishinggroup for allowing me to read the eARC of this book. All opinions expressed above are my own.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Deanna (A Novel Glimpse)

    Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion. You know that book that is so amazing that you're not quite speechless over it but can't quite come up with the words to describe it? That's how I felt Our Last Days in Barcelona. It was every bit as good as Next Year in Havana or When We Left Cuba. Sometimes historical fiction is a slow read for me and takes me awhile to get into. That was not how it was with this book. I was once again fascinated by the history and landscape of Cuba an Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion. You know that book that is so amazing that you're not quite speechless over it but can't quite come up with the words to describe it? That's how I felt Our Last Days in Barcelona. It was every bit as good as Next Year in Havana or When We Left Cuba. Sometimes historical fiction is a slow read for me and takes me awhile to get into. That was not how it was with this book. I was once again fascinated by the history and landscape of Cuba and Barcelona. I loved being back with the Perez sisters. Isabel's plight was different than her sisters' but no less interesting. I could have read a book entirely about her...but then I would have missed out on her mother Alicia's story and her father's cousin Rosa's story. Both were just as interesting and fascinating as Isabel's. I loved how their stories wove together to create some surprising moments. I didn't see a few things coming and that rarely happens for me anymore. The ending gave me chills. I'm so thankful that Cleeton decided to give us books for the final two Perez sisters.  You can find this review and others like it at A Novel Glimpse .

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ari

    Once again, Chanel Cleeton has delivered an amazing story filled with history and romance. (view spoiler)[Also, can we get a sequel to Beatriz's book? Give my girl the proper HEA that she deserves! (hide spoiler)] ["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]> Once again, Chanel Cleeton has delivered an amazing story filled with history and romance. (view spoiler)[Also, can we get a sequel to Beatriz's book? Give my girl the proper HEA that she deserves! (hide spoiler)]

  27. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    3.5 stars. I didn’t enjoy this one as much as I expected to. It seemed as though Chanel Cleeton tried to cram too much into a short novel, and it read as though one character's story was written first and then Ms. Cleeton wrote the other character's story to perfectly mirror the first story. I wasn't invested in Rosa or Alicia as characters, and I wish more of the novel was set in Spain during the Spanish Civil War. Maybe I'll enjoy this book more when I (eventually) re-read it. (And for Pete's s 3.5 stars. I didn’t enjoy this one as much as I expected to. It seemed as though Chanel Cleeton tried to cram too much into a short novel, and it read as though one character's story was written first and then Ms. Cleeton wrote the other character's story to perfectly mirror the first story. I wasn't invested in Rosa or Alicia as characters, and I wish more of the novel was set in Spain during the Spanish Civil War. Maybe I'll enjoy this book more when I (eventually) re-read it. (And for Pete's sake and crying out loud, how has Isabel NEVER heard of Picasso?!)

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kristi

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The Fountains of Silence (Ruta Sepetys) introduced me to the Franco era in Spain following the Spanish Civil War, and I couldn't get enough. Similarly, Chanel Cleeton's earlier books introduced me to political upheavals and revolutions in Cuba and got me interested in that period of history. Beatriz was my favorite Perez sister, so I was very excited to read the latest release (in fact Amazon had it on my doorstep the very day it was released). Unfortunately, the parallel stories of Isabel (marrie The Fountains of Silence (Ruta Sepetys) introduced me to the Franco era in Spain following the Spanish Civil War, and I couldn't get enough. Similarly, Chanel Cleeton's earlier books introduced me to political upheavals and revolutions in Cuba and got me interested in that period of history. Beatriz was my favorite Perez sister, so I was very excited to read the latest release (in fact Amazon had it on my doorstep the very day it was released). Unfortunately, the parallel stories of Isabel (married to Thomas) going to Spain and falling in love with Diego and her mom Alicia (married to Emilo Perez) heading to Spain and falling for her crush Nestor harkened back to the sappy romance writing of earlier novels. If only the women in this family could follow their hearts instead of doing what society (and their parents) expected of them! As if. Then there's Rosa (married to Gonzalo) who really loved Felipe, but was duped. And Consuelo who became pregnant by . . . There were so many similarities between all of these story lines that it was a challenge to keep straight who loved who. So often the dialogue between these couples was repetitive and didn't move the plot forward. Plus, the transitions from each of the various timelines was often abrupt and a bit jarring. The love interests were well-developed, but the poor husbands languishing at home got just a few sentences. I learned very little about Spain (or Cuba, or WPB Fl) and didn't really care much for how the Perez sisters handled themselves. The most redeeming quality of the novel was the sweet loose end tied up by the ending.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cait | GoodeyReads

    Thank you to the publisher for an eARC. LOVED THIS. I have been a fan of Cleeton’s since her first historical fiction book came out, and once again I completely enamored with a sweeping story of loss, love, and choosing your path. I truly loved getting Isabel’s story. She was an incredible main character. I like that she stuck to her personal truths, but allowed her self room for growth within them. Making the harder decision to find HER happiness and being the woman that she’s had to stifle for s Thank you to the publisher for an eARC. LOVED THIS. I have been a fan of Cleeton’s since her first historical fiction book came out, and once again I completely enamored with a sweeping story of loss, love, and choosing your path. I truly loved getting Isabel’s story. She was an incredible main character. I like that she stuck to her personal truths, but allowed her self room for growth within them. Making the harder decision to find HER happiness and being the woman that she’s had to stifle for so long. Interspersed were other POV chapters (one mentioned in the synopsis and one not!). It was really great not to have these chapters overwhelm Isabel’s own story. They drifted in at the right moments to add more background and understanding for present characters and found ways to pull at my heartstrings. The love stories interwoven were romantic and sweet. I love the way Cleeton builds these in such a short time where I continually find myself reading with intense focus because I MUST HAVE A HAPPY ENDING. And while there’s a rise and fall to that ending, it’s good. It’s lovely. And it’s what sealed the deal on another incredible read. Overall audience notes: - Historical fiction + romance - Language: a little - Romance: closed door - Violence: mild blood/gore - Trigger/Content Warnings: war theme, air raids, teen pregnancy, infidelity, divorce, gun violence

  30. 4 out of 5

    The Bookend Diner

    Book Review || Thank you, Berkley Publishing, for the gifted copy of Our Last Days in Barcelona {partner} Genre: Historical Fiction Time: 1937 & 1964 Format: 📖 Pub Date: 5.24.2022 Star Rating: ☆☆☆☆.5 "I never considered myself one for travel, always thought I would be happiest putting down roots, but the more I see of the world, the more I meet people, the more I am curious about what else is out there." I love the history Cleeton packs into her books. With every book she writes, there is more added Book Review || Thank you, Berkley Publishing, for the gifted copy of Our Last Days in Barcelona {partner} Genre: Historical Fiction Time: 1937 & 1964 Format: 📖 Pub Date: 5.24.2022 Star Rating: ☆☆☆☆.5 "I never considered myself one for travel, always thought I would be happiest putting down roots, but the more I see of the world, the more I meet people, the more I am curious about what else is out there." I love the history Cleeton packs into her books. With every book she writes, there is more added to the story of the Perez sisters. Somehow, I missed reading When We Left Cuba, and I just finished it last month. It was honestly perfect timing as Our Last Days in Barcelona felt like a continuation of the story but from the perspective of Isabel Perez. I'm not going to lie, I did get confused about who is who and all the character connections, but Cleeton was kind enough to provide a family tree at the back of the book. So, make sure to tab that section for easy access while reading. The character connections with OLDB were magnificent, and I found myself marveling at how Cleeton carefully introduced a character in 1937 and then revealed them again in 1964. I can't imagine the character map that must have been drawn to keep everyone straight I especially loved this book as it felt like the story of Isabel and Alicia came full circle. While reading, I kept marveling at how very similar the lives of mother and daughter were. The final few chapters had my wiping away tears of sadness as everything came to a close. But nevertheless, Cleeton prevailed and left me with tears of happiness when the final connection was revealed. It was truly perfect, and I can't imagine ending the book in any other way. If you are a lover of complicated family dynamics, beautiful destinations, and historical stories, I suggest adding Our Last Days in Barcelona to your reading list. I might even suggest reading When We Left Cuba before OLDB. ______ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebookend.... Follow my blog: https://thebookenddiner.com/ Follow me on StoryGraph: https://app.thestorygraph.com/profile...

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