Strangely, Incredibly Good: A Romantic Comedy

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Strangely, Incredibly Good: A Romantic Comedy

If a book is billed as a Romantic Comedy, I’m expecting laughs amid all the (presumed) heartache. And I got them, in strangely, incredibly high numbers: our heroine, working one of Those Jobs and having survived one of Those Relationships, has perhaps the least likely love affair you can imagine, involving ancient magic, all-too-inaccurate time travel, and comes out of it, as you’d hoped she would, in a better place. It’s a deeply funny book, without having to rely on stirring old jokes into the mix; Cat has the proverbial pocket full of wry, and you come to the end wishing you could get to know her better. (Fortunately, there’s a sequel.)