Review of “Thirty Days to Thirty” by Courtney Psak




What if you were on the cusp of marrying the guy of your dreams and reaching that career goal you set for yourself, only for all of it to be taken away in one fell swoop?

What if this all happened a month before you turned 30?

This is the story of Jill Stevens, who after moving back home, finds a list she made in high school of thirty things she wanted to accomplish before her thirtieth birthday.

With a month left and hardly anything crossed off her list, she teams up with old friends to accomplish as much as she can before the big 3-0. Along the way, she discovers her true self and realizes it’s not about the material successes in life but the journey.


This was such a cute and fun read! I loved Jill’s character. Despite all of the cruddy things that she has gone through in the past 24 hours, she still has some fight left in her. I adored Chris. I need one of him for myself lol. I also liked their friends and Jill’s parents. They were hilarious and had some great comedy scenes in this book.

This came as such a pleasant surprise, because I’ve never read this author before and I took a chance when I saw it on Netgalley. I’m so glad I did! It’s sweet, funny and romantic. I think it’s the type of book that a lot of us can relate to. Let’s admit it, we’ve all been in a similar position. When it rains, it pours!

I was conflicted about what to rate it. I varied between 4 stars and 5 stars. Let’s just say it’s somewhere in the middle: 4.5 stars!

I look forward to more books by this author and recommend this one if you’re looking for a fast and light hearted romantic comedy.


4.5 out of 5 stars!!

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Special thanks to the author and publisher for approving my request to read this book through Netgalley! 🙂




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