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Soppy A Love Story

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True love isn’t always about the big romantic gestures Sometimes it’s about sympathizing with someone whose tea has gone cold or reading together and sharing a uilt When two people move in together it soon becomes apparent tha. This was a perfectionSo simpleso peacefulso beautiful You can find the full review and about this book on my blog I read this is one breathIt is a story of two people falling in love and their journey togetherIt's somehow a story of the author with her husbandsome moments she lived with himand it's about small gestures that make your life complete The art is so freaking awesomeIt's a combination or redwhite and black and god is it beautifulWhat I loved mostlyis the way the characters are madeThere is not much going on on this bookbut this never gets boringand it felt me want to read I highly recommend this book to anyoneit will make you happyIt made meSo pick it up

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Nts with her boyfriend From grocery shopping to silly arguments and snuggling in front of the television SOPPY captures the universal experience of sharing a life together and celebrates the beauty of finding romance all around us. What a wonderful little book I like going into a book knowing as little about it as possible sometimes I’d seen this book recommended somewhere and that it was a love story and assumed from the illustration style on the cover this was a children’s book Not so But I guess you could say the black and red illustrations of two childish looking adults are bound to appeal to our inner child in this touching and simple story about a couple falling in love moving in together and sharing life’s intimate moments as a unit There are pages illustrating in a grid how the two move about in their sleep Pages where they are sharing a blanket or reading or showing how they go about their daily routines as individuals and coming together as a couple again There is very little dialogue and the illustrations do most of the speaking You know going in that with a title like “Soppy” you’re in for a sappy love story and it does show all the “best of” happy coupledom we all long for in a very charming way that also seems recognizable and realistic Hurray for happy couples Bloodsworn in front of the television SOPPY captures the universal experience of sharing a life together and celebrates the beauty of finding romance all around us. What a wonderful little book I like going Scene from Hadens POV (Falling Under, into a book knowing as little about Seven Shades of You (Twin Hearts, it as possible sometimes I’d seen this book recommended somewhere and that The First King Adventures Volume 2 it was a love story and assumed from the Perfect Knowledge illustration style on the cover this was a children’s book Not so But I guess you could say the black and red Against Nature? illustrations of two childish looking adults are bound to appeal to our Me and Mine inner child Mrs. Robins Son in this touching and simple story about a couple falling Shortchanged in love moving Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country in together and sharing life’s Blackening Song (Ella Clah, intimate moments as a unit There are pages The Books of Magic illustrating Los Libros de la Magia in a grid how the two move about Exclusively Yours (Kowalski Family, in their sleep Pages where they are sharing a blanket or reading or showing how they go about their daily routines as Deep Crotch Mother individuals and coming together as a couple again There The Watchman is very little dialogue and the A Taste of Submission illustrations do most of the speaking You know going My Life, My Times, And The Future in that with a title like “Soppy” you’re Saint Nicholas in for a sappy love story and Pizza! it does show all the “best of” happy coupledom we all long for Chinaberry Sidewalks in a very charming way that also seems recognizable and realistic Hurray for happy couples

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T the little things mean an awful lot The throwaway moments in life become meaningful when you spend them in the company of someone you love SOPPY is Philippa Rice’s collection of comics and illustrations based on real life mome. Soppy is an unpretentious declaration of love Philippa Rice managed to put her heart in this book which is one of the cutest things I've ever seenI lost count of how many times I smiled sighed happily and thanked God for having this kind of silly love in my life And that's the best part This comic is extremely simple but it surprises you and makes you say That's me or That's my significant other “I’ll cook if you wash up”“If you phone for the pizza I’ll answer the door when it arrives”“Come and see Les Misérables with me and I’ll see Batman with you” This book goes straight to my favorites list ARC provided by Andrews McMeel Publishing via NetGalley

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