Wednesday, May 29

Sky On Fire (Monument 14 #2) by Emmy Laybourne

Sky On Fire (Monument 14 #2) by Emmy Laybourne
Release Date: May 28, 2013
Publisher: Feiwel And Friends
Age Group: Young Adult
Pages: 224

Summary: The world hasn't ended...yet.

In this sequel to MONUMENT 14, the group of survivors, originally trapped together in a superstore by a series of escalating disasters, has split in two. Most of the kids are making a desperate run on their recently repaired school bus for the Denver airport where they hope to reunite with their parents, be evacuated to safety, and save their dying friend.

But the world outside is dark and filled with dangerous chemicals that turn people into bloodthirsty monsters, and not all the kids were willing to get on the bus. Left behind in a sanctuary that has already been disturbed once, the remaining kids try to rebuild the community they lost. But when the issues are life and death, love and hate, who can you really trust?

My Thoughts: It took me a few minutes to get into this one. Partly because I couldn’t really remember all the characters. There were a bunch and I’ve read like a million books since than. Not really a million but quite a few!

We are back with Dean and his brother and the other kids in Monument 14.  Some of the kids are still in the store while some are on their way to Denver to get help.

Man, this one was just as crazy as the first. We know how dangerous it is to go outside, the air is horrible and depending on their blood types crazy things can and do happen.

This one goes back and forth between the kids on the bus and the kids still in the store. We learn so much more about each character and we see them interact together.  Things aren’t pretty.

I still love all the characters and I think the plot is still interesting. We see how much more they struggle in this one, and that ending. Man, another ending that makes me want to read the next book.

This one was also really short. They are books I just fly right through.

Now what? I get stuck waiting again for the next one!!!

Overall: Really enjoyed it! The ending had a lot of moments that almost brought tears to my eyes. Happy moments, sad moments, crazy moments. If you read Monument 14, don’t forget to pick this one up to continue!

Cover: It’s alright. It’s so dark!

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Saturday, May 25

Thousand Words by Jennifer Brown

Thousand Words by Jennifer Brown
Release Date: May 21, 2013
Publisher: Little Brown Books For Young Readers
Age Group: Young Adult
Pages: 288

Summary: Ashleigh's boyfriend, Kaleb, is about to leave for college, and Ashleigh is worried that he'll forget about her while he's away. So at a legendary end-of-summer pool party, Ashleigh's friends suggest she text him a picture of herself -- sans swimsuit -- to take with him. Before she can talk herself out of it, Ashleigh strides off to the bathroom, snaps a photo in the full-length mirror, and hits "send."

But when Kaleb and Ashleigh go through a bad breakup, Kaleb takes revenge by forwarding the text to his baseball team. Soon the photo has gone viral, attracting the attention of the school board, the local police, and the media. As her friends and family try to distance themselves from the scandal, Ashleigh feels completely alone -- until she meets Mack while serving her court-ordered community service. Not only does Mack offer a fresh chance at friendship, but he's the one person in town who received the text of Ashleigh's photo -- and didn't look.

Acclaimed author Jennifer Brown brings readers a gripping novel about honesty and betrayal, redemption and friendship, attraction and integrity, as Ashleigh finds that while a picture may be worth a thousand words . . . it doesn't always tell the whole story.

My Thoughts: I was so excited to read this one! I love Brown’s books and am always excited to see her release more!

We are introduced to Ashleigh who is in high school. She likes to run, has a great mom and dad, and has an amazing boyfriend named Kaleb. She has a best friend, and a group of friends that make everything fun. Her life is pretty good.

One day at a party, a pool party, she decides she wants to send Kaleb a picture so he won’t forget her. He’s going off to college real soon. Yes, it is that kind of picture. So she gets over her nerves, and snaps away and sends it via text message.  Full frontal, naked.

Of course he’s thrilled about it. Until he actually goes off to college and realizes he’s just not into the way things are anymore and wants a change. In the process he really hurts her, things are said, and he ends up forwarding the picture on. Many many people see it.

Ashleigh is in a lot of trouble. Not just with her friends and the general public, but with her parents and the police as well. Everyone is mean to her. Everyone harasses her. Her parents are upset with her. Her parents jobs are on the line. Her whole life goes from great to horrible in a matter of seconds really.

She gets sentenced to community service and we see what she has to go through. We get to experience what that is like. She also meets a few new people there, one of which is Mack. Mack was such a wonderful character and I loved learning more about him and his past. For me, he was the bright light in this dark tunnel.

I loved the interactions between Ashleigh and Mack. I loved this book so hard! It was such a serious topic and crazy but it was explained perfectly. This is real life, it could actually happened and has many times.

Brown always takes these serious subjects and expands on them and really makes you take a deeper look and really think about it.

I have to say this is probably my favorite book up to date by Brown. But all of her books are awesome.

Overall: AMAZING! Loved it! Even though at times it was hard for Ashleigh, I enjoyed reading her story and what she had to overcome.  Great story.

Cover: I really like it too. It would draw me in at the bookstore. Enough to pick it up and take it home with me to read. 

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Friday, May 24

Rules Of Summer by Joanna Philbin

Rules Of Summer by Joanna Philbin
Release Date: June 4, 2013
Publisher: Poppy
Age Group: Young Adult
Pages: 352

Summary:THE RULES OF SUMMER is about two 17 year-old girls living in the same beachfront mansion in East Hampton for the summer, one “upstairs” (the daughter of a very blue-blooded family) and one “downstairs” (the niece of the family’s housekeeper.) Isabel is the privileged daughter who’s used to having guys fall at her feet. Rory is the no-nonsense girl from a small New Jersey town who’s always been the friend, never the girlfriend.  Besides becoming each other’s unlikely allies, both Rory and Isabel have a summer romance that will change their lives.

My Thoughts: I’m one of these people who don’t like it when the perspectives switch back and forth, especially without really telling us. And this book did that, a lot. It did bug me a little bit.

We are introduced to Isabel who is the rich families daughter. She is used to getting what she wants when she wants it. Guys fall at her feet, she never really has to second guess anything.

The other girl in this novel, my favorite, is Rory. Rory comes from another town where she lives with her mother who is like a child. Rory takes care of her more than she should.

Rory goes to spend the summer helping her aunt and waiting on this family. Shes supposed to do errands and just do whatever needs done. Rory thought this could be an opportunity to get away from her mother and see something new.

Rory and Isabel form a complicated and great friendship. It starts out rocky at first but it got interesting to say the least. Both girls also meet guys. Isabel likes a older guy who is a surfer, while Rory likes Isabel's brother Conner.

I really really liked Conner. He is what made the story for me. I just wish we had got to see him more and got to interact more.

This is the story of self discovery, and seeing how the other half lives.  I loved Rory as a character and I did like the plot.

Overall: I enjoyed reading it. I thought there would be more rivalry or more scandal but there wasn't too much. Don’t get me wrong, there was some but nothing I found too thrilling or surprising.  I enjoyed it but not a favorite I guess.

Cover: Its alright, but it doesn’t really stand out, you know? 

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Tuesday, May 21

The Book Of Broken Hearts by Sarah Ockler

The Book Of Broken Hearts by Sarah Ockler
Release Date: May 21, 2013
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Age Group: Young Adult
Pages: 368

Summary: When all signs point to heartbreak, can love still be a rule of the road? A poignant and romantic novel from the author of Bittersweet and Twenty Boy Summer.

Jude has learned a lot from her older sisters, but the most important thing is this: The Vargas brothers are notorious heartbreakers. She’s seen the tears and disasters that dating a Vargas boy can cause, and she swore an oath—with candles and a contract and everything—to never have anything to do with one.

Now Jude is the only sister still living at home, and she’s spending the summer helping her ailing father restore his vintage motorcycle—which means hiring a mechanic to help out. Is it Jude’s fault he happens to be cute? And surprisingly sweet? And a Vargas?

Jude tells herself it’s strictly bike business with Emilio. Her sisters will never find out, and Jude can spot those flirty little Vargas tricks a mile away—no way would she fall for them. But Jude’s defenses are crumbling, and if history is destined to repeat itself, she’s speeding toward some serious heartbreak…unless her sisters were wrong?

Jude may have taken an oath, but she’s beginning to think that when it comes to love, some promises might be worth breaking.

My Thoughts: Jude and her sisters made a pact a long time ago, to stay away from all the Vargas boys. They even have a book of broken hearts! The Vargas boys are heart breakers, and good for nothing!

But boy oh boy did Jude get a surprising when she ran into Emilio Vargas and noticed how hot and sexy he was! He made her mad, annoyed, and gave her butterflies in her stomach.

Jude and her father are going to fix his old motorcycle. All they need are the parts, the time, and a mechanic who knows what he’s doing. Pretty easy to find, right? Jude thought so too until she was paired up with Emilio who just happens to be good at his job and quite the guy to fix cycles!

Jude and her father’s relationship is so sweet. He isn’t doing well and Jude is spending her last summer before college helping him out. But she believes deep down in her heart, that if she can restore his motorcycle, he’ll remember and be ok.

And the chemistry between Emilio and Jude is so sweet. I loved the way he talked and the way they acted around one another. He made her blush and laugh.

I also loved Jude’s relationship with her family. Her sisters remind me a lot of my own. They have such funny and sweet relationships. They are there for each other, know when to get serious, and when to joke around.

I can’t even begin to explain how much I loved this story and how it triggered so many emotions in me.  I felt every emotion running through Jude as it was my own. I felt so sorry for her father and wanted to hug him and tell him it would be ok.

Amazing setting, amazing characters, amazing family dynamics, and amazing love!

I think this is the best Ockler book up to date!

Overall: Loved it! I think it’s the best Ockler book I've read! I thought it was amazing and I loved all the characters. Yes, it has romance but it also focused on family which was awesome.

Cover: I actually like it. I like the colors, the book, the heart, everything. I think its sweet!

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Friday, May 17

The Rules For Disappearing by Ashley Elston

The Rules For Disappearing by Ashley Elston
Release Date: May 14, 2013
Publisher: Hyperion Book CH
Age Group: Young Adult

Pages: 320

Summary: She’s been six different people in six different places: Madeline in Ohio, Isabelle in Missouri, Olivia in Kentucky . . . But now that she’s been transplanted to rural Louisiana, she has decided that this fake identity will be her last.

Witness Protection has taken nearly everything from her. But for now, they’ve given her a new name, Megan Rose Jones, and a horrible hair color. For the past eight months, Meg has begged her father to answer one question: What on earth did he do – or see – that landed them in this god-awful mess? Meg has just about had it with all the Suits’ rules — and her dad’s silence. If he won’t help, it’s time she got some answers for herself.

But Meg isn’t counting on Ethan Landry, an adorable Louisiana farm boy who’s too smart for his own good. He knows Meg is hiding something big. And it just might get both of them killed. As they embark on a perilous journey to free her family once and for all, Meg discovers that there’s only one rule that really matters — survival.

My Thoughts: When I heard about this novel, I knew I had to read it. It sounded so freaking good and it was! So happy I gave this debut a chance!

We are introduced to Meg aka the girl with more than one name. She’s in the witness protection program along with her mother, father, and little sister. They have moved town to town quite a few times already on what Meg believes something her father seen. She hates moving and changing her name but she deals with it.

She ends up in a small town and meets a boy at her school. His name is Ethan and he’s so adorable! She instantly clicked with him but knows she needs to stay away from him. No point in putting down roots just to have to leave him behind. She’s been there and done that.

She finds herself falling for him and actually liking the town. She gets a job making pizzas and things are setting down a little bit. She’s getting into a routine and she knows that is bad.

After a while, she becomes a little paranoid and things change for her. She starts to realize why the family is in witness protection and that scares her the most.  I loved Teeny. She was such a cute little sister.

I can’t go on and on about this one, because I’ll give away way too many details and I don’t want to spoil it for you. I saw a few things coming but never to the extent it went too.  

I adored all the characters and there were a lot of laugh out loud moments with Ethan. I loved his group of friends and even his sister a little bit.  Meg and Ethan together= Loved!

Awesome characters, even more awesome plot, great 2013 Debut!

Overall: I really loved this one to pieces! I loved Meg and the way she looked at things. I liked how she tried to keep a level head. I loved the plot of this and how fast it went. I got so wrapped up in the story, I lost track of time and I was down before I knew it! This will probably end up as one of my favorite 2013 debuts!  This rocked!

Cover: Love it! Love how she is barefoot!

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Tuesday, May 14

Golden by Jessi Kirby

Golden by Jessi Kirby
Release Date: May 14, 2012
Publisher: Simon And Schuster Books For Young Readers
Age Group: Young Adult
Pages: 256

Summary: Seventeen-year-old Parker Frost may be a distant relative of Robert Frost, but she has never taken the road less traveled. Valedictorian and quintessential good girl, she’s about to graduate high school without ever having kissed her crush or broken the rules. So when fate drops a mystery in her lap—one that might be the key to uncovering the truth behind a town tragedy, she decides to take a chance.

My Thoughts: Whoa, I loved this one. A little bit mystery, a little bit of a road trip, plus a best friend and a boy to die for! HOT! So good! I don’t want to say much about this one since it comes out in quite a bit but I  have to say I loved and adored it.

I loved Moonglass and haven’t read Kirby’s sophomore novel yet but I jumped on the chance to read Golden!

We are introduced to Parker who always does the right thing. She is the perfect student. She has such a big heart, she never does the wrong thing, or takes risk. She’s a straight arrow.

She gets involved in a project and soon that project takes over her life. She has to know what happened to this mystery couple that died when she was a kid. It’s been the town mystery and when she gets the chance to unravel it, she must just take it, despite something inside her saying it's none of her business, really.

Throw in her crazy best friend, and the boy she’s pined after for years, and this is such a great contemporary novel.  If you get to read it soon, consider yourself very lucky!

I loved reading the diary entries, it made everything so much better and I wanted the full scoop too. I really enjoyed all the characters and the way they interacted.  I loved the plot. I loved the scenes, even when she gets covered in mud!

Like I said, I don’t want to give much away but this was one of my favorite books read this year!

Golden was awesome! Please please read this novel when it hits shelves!

Overall: AMAZING! If you liked Kirby’s other novels, you’ll probably enjoy this one. I read it in a day and I was so happy I did!

Cover: Like it. It’s really not all that bright and colorful but it still fits. I still like it. 

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Friday, May 10

On The Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves

On The Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves
Release Date: July 10, 2012 (reprint edition)
Publisher: Plume
Age Group: Adult
Pages: 336

Summary: When thirty-year-old English teacher Anna Emerson is offered a job tutoring T.J. Callahan at his family's summer rental in the Maldives, she accepts without hesitation; a working vacation on a tropical island trumps the library any day.

T.J. Callahan has no desire to leave town, not that anyone asked him. He's almost seventeen and if having cancer wasn't bad enough, now he has to spend his first summer in remission with his family - and a stack of overdue assignments - instead of his friends.

Anna and T.J. are en route to join T.J.'s family in the Maldives when the pilot of their seaplane suffers a fatal heart attack and crash-lands in the Indian Ocean. Adrift in shark-infested waters, their life jackets keep them afloat until they make it to the shore of an uninhabited island. Now Anna and T.J. just want to survive and they must work together to obtain water, food, fire, and shelter.

Their basic needs might be met but as the days turn to weeks, and then months, the castaways encounter plenty of other obstacles, including violent tropical storms, the many dangers lurking in the sea, and the possibility that T.J.'s cancer could return. As T.J. celebrates yet another birthday on the island, Anna begins to wonder if the biggest challenge of all might be living with a boy who is gradually becoming a man.

My Thoughts:  My sister recommended this book to me. I’m always weary reading adult books. I just tend to like Young Adult more. But this one really blew me away.

We are introduced to Anna who is in her late twenties. She is also a teacher and dating a guy who just won’t commit. They’ve been together 8 years yet they aren’t married and have no kids yet. She wants those things.

We also meet 16 year old T.J. T.J. is a survivor of cancer and his parents want Anna to tutor him and help him get caught up with his classmates. His parents flew over to Maldive and T.J. stays behind a few days. The plan is for him to fly over with Anna. She is going with them for the summer to tutor him. They get on a plane, and the plane never makes it to their destination.  They go down somewhere in the ocean and lucky for them, they are close enough to an island to actually make it to the island. This is crazy. They have to survive on their own, and just hope they can make it through the next few days until they get rescued.

I wasn't sure how long this was going to last, how long they would stay before they got rescued. As the book progressed, even though Anna is quite a bit older than T.J. I wanted her to end up with him. They understood each other, and the chemistry was there, especially once we really got to know them.

This one was awesome. I loved watching them survive. I loved they way they talked to one another, and I loved those “uncomfortable” scenes. I loved watching T.J. grow as a person and I just adored him. I felt myself laughing, smiling, and sniffling.

I won’t say much else about this one. I loved it even though it wasn't YA! I hope everyone gives this book a chance just to see what you think.

Overall: I loved the setting, the characters, the plot, everything that happened. I loved both Anna and T.J. and I loved it! I read it in one sitting and late into the night.

Cover: It’s alright. I liked how she’s just walking across the beach.

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Tuesday, May 7

Nantucket Blue by Leila Howard

Nantucket Blue by Leila Howard
Release Date: May 7, 2013
Publisher: Hyperion Book CH
Age Group: Young Adult
Pages: 304

Summary: For Cricket Thompson, a summer like this one will change everything. A summer spent on Nantucket with her best friend, Jules Clayton, and the indomitable Clayton family. A summer when she’ll make the almost unattainable Jay Logan hers. A summer to surpass all dreams.

Some of this turns out to be true. Some of it doesn’t.

When Jules and her family suffer a devastating tragedy that forces the girls apart, Jules becomes a stranger whom Cricket wonders whether she ever really knew. And instead of lying on the beach working on her caramel-colored tan, Cricket is making beds and cleaning bathrooms to support herself in paradise for the summer.

But it’s the things Cricket hadn’t counted on--most of all, falling hard for someone who should be completely off-limits--that turn her dreams into an exhilarating, bittersweet reality.

A beautiful future is within her grasp, and Cricket must find the grace to embrace it. If she does, her life could be the perfect shade of Nantucket blue.

My Thoughts: Cricket, what a cool name! We are introduced to Cricket who has a mother she lives with and a father who barely knows her. He has another family now.  Cricket spends most of her time with her best friend Jules' family. Jules has a mother, father, and a younger brother named Zack, the traditional family in Cricket’s mind.  She eats dinner with them, even has spent Christmas with them.

When Cricket is put into a rough spot concerning her best friends family, she is shut out. Jules just can’t handle having Cricket around and Cricket just wants to be there for her. She even gets a job in Nantucket for the summer. She thinks its a good idea since Jules will be there also.

Things don’t go as planned and Cricket has to find a place to stay and a place in her heart to accept the way things are now.

Cricket also connects with a boy this summer. She falls in love with him. He gives her feelings she’s never had before even if at times they are confusing.

I won’t say much else, I don’t want to ruin this one. I really loved it. I loved the story line. I loved how Cricket had to grow up a little bit and learn more about herself.  And I just love the guy she’s in love with! Whohooo!!

Overall: Loved it! Be sure to pick up this debut as soon as you can! This is one you won’t want to miss out on! I loved Cricket’s story and I will be reading more from this author when she writes another novel!

Cover: Sweet! Its super cute and super romantic. I would grab this up in a second.

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Sunday, May 5

With All My Soul (Soul Screamers #7) by Rachel Vincent

With All My Soul (Soul Screamers #7) by Rachel Vincent
Release Date: March 26, 2013
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Age Group: Young Adult
Pages: 384

Summary: What does it mean when your school is voted the most dangerous in America? It's time to kick some hellion butt...

After not really surviving her junior year (does "undead" count as survival?), Kaylee Cavanaugh has vowed to take back her school from the hellions causing all the trouble. She's going to find a way to turn the incarnations of Avarice, Envy and Vanity against one another in order to protect her friends and finish this war, once and forever.

But then she meets Wrath and understands that she's closer to the edge than she's ever been. And when one more person close to her is taken, Kaylee realizes she can't save everyone she loves without risking everything she has..

My Thoughts: Wow, just wow. I always love this series but this one was probably my favorite out of all of them.  I don’t want to tell you what happens so this will be a shorter review. I can’t ruin the last book for you!!!

We are back with Kaylee and all of her friends. There are more hellions after her and her friends like always, but this time they want Kaylee’s soul for good. They put her family and friends in danger, and Kaylee has no other real choice but to find a way around what they want.

I still love Tod. He’s so darn hot and sexy and funny.  And now Kaylee’s best friends soul is in another body and she doesn’t know what to do.

This one almost made me cry. There were times I thought I was going to just start letting it out. I did hold back but it was so hard. It was heartbreaking.

I am so happy to read this, and I’m glad with the way things turned out as this is the last one in the series. I don’t want to say too much because I just can’t ruin it for you. I can’t give you much about it, because you need to enjoy it, and savor it, and make it last since its over. Sad face.

I still love Kaylee and all of her friends. All so unique and enjoyable. I will miss them, especially my Tod.

Overall: Loved Loved it. I’m sad to see the series end. I’m excited to see what Vincent will write next though. If you haven’t read her Shifter series please give that series a try, I loved it too!

Cover: Like it. Like the yellowish color and the way the girl is sitting.

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Thursday, May 2

How My Summer Went Up In Flames by Jennifer Salvato Doktorski

How My Summer Went Up In Flames by Jennifer Salvato Doktorski
Release Date: May 7, 2013
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Age Group: Young Adult

Pages: 320

Summary: First she lost her heart. Then she lost her mind. And now she’s on a road trip to win back her ex. This debut novel’s packed with drama and romance!Rosie’s always been impulsive. She didn’t intend to set her cheating ex-boyfriend’s car on fire. And she never thought her attempts to make amends could be considered stalking. So when she’s served with a temporary restraining order on the first day of summer vacation, she’s heartbroken—and furious.

To put distance between Rosie and her ex, Rosie’s parents send her on a cross-country road trip with responsible, reliable neighbor Matty and his two friends. Forget freedom of the road, Rosie wants to hitchhike home and win back her ex. But her determination starts to dwindle with each passing mile. Because Rosie’s spark of anger? It may have just ignited a romance with someone new…

My Thoughts: This was a cute fun novel! We are introduced to Rosie who just set her ex-boyfriend Joey’s car on fire. It was an accident. She only meant to burn a box of his stuff. But then the whole car torched and she now has a restraining order against her. Joey and Rosie broke up because he cheated on her with another girl.

Rosie is upset, yet she still thinks about him and kind of wants to be with him. If he changes, that is. She also has a brother and a friend who lives next door. The friend next door is Matty. He’s a pretty funny guy. They have been friends most of their life.

When Matty comes up with a plan to get Rosie away from their town, her parents go for it. She’s to go on a road trip with him and two of his friends. Their names are Spencer and Logan. Logan is a little older than Rosie and is going off to college. Thats what the road trip is about. Spencer is kind of a control freak.

Matty, Rosie, Spencer and Logan hit the road and Spencer has an itinerary. He knows exactly where they are going to stop and has a plan!  Rosie is a riot, and I loved her interactions with all three boys. They meet some cool people along the way and visit some rockin places!

It was fun seeing Rosie experience what was going on, and start to realize the truth about her and her situation.

And, I loved the road trip angle of this! Road trip novels always get me! I love them so much! I love the feeling that I’m right there on the road with them! Love it!

Overall: This debut rocked for me. I really enjoyed it alot. I was a little surprised at the ending but I thought it went pretty well. I thought Rosie was a funny character and I liked her personality. How My Summer Went Up In Flames was a pretty neat debut novel and I can’t wait to read more debuts this year.

Cover: Its really colorful, right? The colors just fit. Its kind of bright. And the car fits this road trip novel! And she’s got her bag!  I really like this cover.

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Wednesday, May 1

The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise

The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise
Release Date: April 30, 2013
Publisher: Balzer and Bray
Age Group: Young Adult

Pages: 320

Summary:In The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise, super-smart, somewhat geeky Audrey McCarthy can’t wait to get out of high school. Her father’s death and the transformation of her one-time BFF, Blake Dawkins, into her worst nightmare have her longing for the new start college will bring.

But college takes money. So Audrey decides she has to win the competition for the best app designed by a high schooler—and the $200,000 that comes with it. She develops something she calls the Boyfriend App, and suddenly she’s the talk of the school and getting kissed by the hottest boys around. But can the Boyfriend App bring Audrey true love?

My Thoughts: We are introduced to Audrey who has to deal with a lot of stuff. She’s dealing with the loss of her best friend (betrayed her) and her father (died). She also has a crush on one of her friends that complicates a lot of things.

Eee, I don’t know what I really thought about this one. It was weird at first. I had trouble with some of the lingo I guess. It was trying to relate to our time but they had to change names. HAHA. The lingo did throw me off a little bit, and I had to laugh at times.

But, I did enjoy the spark of romance between Audrey and Aiden. He was such a cute guy. He made me laugh and swoon at times.

Audrey also knows she needs money for college so she enters a contest and designs the perfect thing. A way for boys to fall in love with you. Couldn’t be more perfect, right? There were a few kinks in the app.  I’ll admit it, I would have loved to have this in high school. Heck, I’d even like it again now! LOL.

The Boyfriend App was a cute read. I really debated between giving it a 3 or 4, but it would probably rank out as a 3.5 if I gave gave half ratings.

Overall: Cute fun read. Perfect for a rainy day inside where you just want to read about a cute boy and at what lengths you could find to get him.

Cover: Like it. I like the colors and it’s cute.

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