Callum & Harper
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Young Adult Romance
, New Adult
Series: Sleepless (#1)
instant love is my least favorite thing in history, and this book had creepy, obsessive instant love from literally the first sentence of the first page. no, thank you. this could've gotten really good later on but I can't get past awkward pov swaps, unnatural/immediate obsession, or the lack of per...
This review was originally published on amazon on August 11, 2012. It was one of my most popular reviews, with 43 out of 45 customers finding it helpful. The issues that made this book a one star read:One-dimensional wish-fulfillment heroine. Harper was unflawed, perfect, so gorgeous that all of t...
Really loved this. There was a bit at the end that felt unrealistic to me and that kept it from being a five star book. Don't read this line if you haven't read the book: When Harper is recovering from some major issues (broken back, internal injuries) she recovers a bit too well and fast. In a matt...
Not counting toward my goal since I flounced so soon in to the story. Sorry but when two homeless kids mention their signed copy of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird and vintage Indian motorcycle... I want to throw my iPad! I mean hey, no big deal, we're just sitting on a shitload of cash. Don't mi...
I have a love/hate relationship with this story. FA's novel, Vain, sits happily on my favorite shelf and I picked up this book expecting the same quality. These are the reasons I wanted to rate this one star and stop reading a dozen times: This is a first draft manuscript. Has to be. The editing pro...