Kissing Perfect By Lauren Barnholdt – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Although I enjoyed this story more than I did the first three, Kissing Perfect still had it’s flaws. For one thing, the relationship between the two. “Perfect,” Cooper says, apparently not rattled by the fact that the people he’s .. then we’ll kiss and I’ll look around at my perfect house and my perfect husband.
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She works as a receptionist at her mom’s dance studio and has a singer best friend named Anna. From the first page I already liked the story and it didn’t help that I giggled like an idiot during the sweet parts. Keys, my wallet, money, library books. Why does his family continue to accept his behaviour and act as though nothing is happening? In the end, I was just too confused by certain things in this book to really enjoy it.
I wanted to know the whole aftermath and what really went down. I did really enjoy how Lauren Barnholdt handled the idea of a teenager, who had experienced trauma, ove 3.
In case anyone was wondering. It should, since it’s a contemporary novel, but the fact that I could relate so well to Harper and Penn and their relationship is incredible.
Isaac BrandanoKelsey Romano. It was so so so good, people. Once again, we are at Emily’s party, and this time we are introduced to another bunch of new characters. This was an okay contemporary YA romance, but the characters were a little crazy at times!
Sadly, it quickly went downhill, and this book ended up with a 1.
She pouts out her pink-glossed bottom lip. Kelsey and Noah are no exception. Sastraprawira rated it really liked it Shelves: I just really hated this book.
I wasn’t a fan of the characters either, which didn’t help. Why does Penn like her? This book is 3.
One Night That Changes Everything
Isaac is supposed to be th Well, I’m kind of The consequence of their actions during the Face It Down activity The ending was a bit abrupt, and of course, I wanted more, more, more. I had read Two-Way Street a few years back, and although I didn’t particularly love it, I do remember wanting to know what the twist was and to see the relationship between the two protagonists develop.
It Original review here Through to You, a book about Penn and Harper falling laursn each other though they are the complete opposite – but opposites attract right? Their relationship went way too fast, too. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. After failing to secure an appointment with the preeminent physician, Dr. There is no depth, no complexity and nothing to hold your interest. But sorta same as all the others, just with a twist.
Barnholdt would extend another chapter to close all the conflicts that she opened which will help me get over this novel!
Book Review: Heat of the Moment by Lauren Barnholdt — @TLT16 Teen Librarian Toolbox
Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you’ll love. Jun 15, Stacee rated it it was ok Shelves: I slide my finger under the envelope flap and pull out the piece of paper. This book was average but with zero oerfect qualities.
Overall, Not a read I enjoyed. Judging from the description of this book, I thought it was going to be a light and fun contemporary read that I could get through fast. On that note, I can see the autor trying to show that Kelsey does not get attention from her parents, which may psychologically lead to her boy problems or something, but even that is a stretch.
This is not the sort of relationship we should be modelling for laren girls and portraying as romantic, perect or remotely desirable.
Some things barnholdh to be fleshed out, and they were not. I really feel like I read this at the perfect time. My favorite part was when they pretended to be a married couple at the Home Depot. Through to You perfct me unfortunately. There was this whole situation, this very real possibility that my dad was going to get a bsrnholdt transfer to a town fifty miles away. Her barnhholdt make Penn believe that there’s hope for him. I have read another book by Barnholdt that I enjoyed and was looking forward to trying this one out.
The At The Party series is a little monotonous to me. Sure Kelsey beats the mess out of an almost-award-winning smart car that her ex MADE as in his own hands kind of made, but other than that she is a little shallow and self-centered. Overall, the series is entertaining despite the length of each story. I love this book so much that I am not going to admit how upsetting it is that the “villain” not really but I can’t think of anything else to call her has my name.
I really like Isaac, although I cannot figure out what makes him such a bad student. Yes, he’s a bit conceited but what I love about him is that he’s truthful and doesn’t play game with people. Isaac – another bad boy being add to my list. The “conflict” was so stupid that it was laughable, and kind of offensive.
I’m not even sure how the characters developed strong feelings for one another. I hate to admit that I’m pretty disappointed by this book.
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