Baggage Claim

Author:

David E. Talbert

Title:

Baggage Claim

Publisher:

Nataka Books Reviews: 

Baggage Claim

It's not a secret that Rom-coms and romantic books is the unashamed guide for the hopeless romantic when it comes to anything love related (including the butterflies) ,or at their best they give us fantasies about the perfect man, relationship and the meet cute. But who better to turn to when your love life needs a jumpstart , oil change and third party cover than the classic Romcom. 


So with Tonia's insistence and a love of self-care (romance books/movies are a form of self-care right ?) I watched Baggage Claim Baggage Claim follows Montana a woman willingly to file thirty thousand miles in 30 days to charm a guy into becoming her fiance in an effort to not be the only single woman in her familiar. Plot sounds familiar? You bet! 


It is because at one point in our lives we have all wanted to bae up and we all may have done bae-watch of some sort. Enough blubbering here are the lessons I took from Baggage Claim: Your friends will always have your back even if your idea is crazy Never go back to an ex! They are an ex for a reason You probably have met him already but he doesn't look like your prayer point or a love thirst Run your own race and love yourself 


--Review by @heyanci blogging at https://heyanci.wordpress.com/

Nataka Books Full Review: 

Baggage Claim

It's not a secret that Rom-coms and romantic books is the unashamed guide for the hopeless romantic when it comes to anything love related (including the butterflies) ,or at their best they give us fantasies about the perfect man, relationship and the meet cute. But who better to turn to when your love life needs a jumpstart , oil change and third party cover than the classic Romcom. 


So with Tonia's insistence and a love of self-care (romance books/movies are a form of self-care right ?) I watched Baggage Claim Baggage Claim follows Montana a woman willingly to file thirty thousand miles in 30 days to charm a guy into becoming her fiance in an effort to not be the only single woman in her familiar. Plot sounds familiar? You bet! 


It is because at one point in our lives we have all wanted to bae up and we all may have done bae-watch of some sort. Enough blubbering here are the lessons I took from Baggage Claim: Your friends will always have your back even if your idea is crazy Never go back to an ex! They are an ex for a reason You probably have met him already but he doesn't look like your prayer point or a love thirst Run your own race and love yourself 


--Review by @heyanci blogging at https://heyanci.wordpress.com/