Rules of Summer
Publish date: June 4th 2013
Pages no: 339
Edition language: English
Series: Rules of Summer (#1)
I enjoyed this book. It is a great summer read. There is a lot of drama, and I didn't want to put it down. Yes, it was predictable and a little far fetched at times, but I still liked reading it and will be reading the sequel as well!
Ik ben halverwege gekomen, en daarna wilde ik met die boek gooien. (niet dat ik ooit met een boek zou gooien, maar je weet wel dat gevoel.)De 2 hoofdpersonen (Isabel en Rory) zijn net kartonnen borden. Geen substantie en niks leuks. Isabel was voor een groot deel een enorm groot kreng, en Rory was e...
I was pretty disappointed with this one. It was really just meh for me. There was these big reveals with no emotion. I felt no connection to the characters at all and I'm honestly not sure what the point really was.
Picking up this author for the first time, I was hoping that I enjoy this book. I liked the book but some areas failed for me.Plot: This plot for me moved slow and seemed a bit cliched at some parts. The plot played out exactly how I thought it would and of course didn’t really have any emphasis on ...
3.5/5 stars Rules of Summer is a similar but much better read than The Au Pairs by Melissa de la Cruz. Both books are similar in the sense that an average, if not poor, girl ends up working for a rich family, this one living in the Hamptons. What is also similar is that there is a switching POV howe...