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review 2015-04-22 08:00
Review: Secrets of Attraction
The Secrets of Attraction - Robin Constantine

Secrets of Attraction is the perfect book to gear you up for summer.  There's music, coffee, cute boys, and amazing friends.  What more could a reader ask for while waiting for beach weather???

I loved Madison.  She's so sure of herself and has a confidence most teen girls don't have.  She does have a tendency to keep guys at a distance.  She sees everything as having fun, and doesn't want to get hurt.  She's just an all around fun character, and learns a lot about herself through the progression of the book.  Jesse is adorable.  He's recovering from a break up that ripped him apart.  He still clings to the past and doesn't want to move forward until he notices the "Thursday girls" who stop by the coffee shop he works at every week.  Being around Madison helps him heal, and makes him want to make music again.

While I loved the romance in this book, I couldn't have asked for a better book that also features friendship.  Madison and Jesse both have a set of friends that would do anything for them, and want what is best for them.  Tanner is probably my favorite side character.  He isn't afraid to call Jesse on his b.s.  I also liked the relationship both characters have with their parents.  Even though Madison has to go through some things in her family life, her mom is always there for her.

I've never been to a battle of the bands, but this definitely pulled me into those scenes.  I adored this book, and hoping we get something on Jazz, Madison & Wren's friend.

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text 2015-04-18 07:00
Reading progress update: I've read 53%.
The Secrets of Attraction - Robin Constantine
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text 2015-04-16 05:07
Reading progress update: I've read 13%.
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text 2015-02-10 21:53
The Promise of Amazing - Robin Constantine

 This book interested me because of the cuteness of the cover and also the title. I gave it a three star because it was too insta-love for me but reading from both points of view was something I liked very much.


  Wren is not a character I can relate to at all because no teacher has ever called me a quiet person, however she was fun to read but also annoying at times, she didn´t have an uniqueness about her so that made her kind of a boring character.


  Grayson wasn´t the normal bad boy I normally read about, when he meet Wren he was already changing andtrying to leave his bad boys ways, I honesty wasn´t expecting what we later discover about him and some things he did made me want to hit him.


  In spite the insta-love aspect of this, I enjoyed the way they meet and how they both had normal teen problems.

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text 2014-11-25 20:27
Don't make promises you can't keep
The Promise of Amazing - Robin Constantine

I have to admit, I was swept up by the cuteness of the book cover and the title. The Promise of Amazing? Wouldn't you think there would be a story of epic proportions within its pages? Sadly no. 

The characters were interesting at first, but my interest in them flew out the window once they started interacting more. Just writing and thinking about the character development makes me irritated.

Why do I still bother with YA Fiction? Probably because they're an easy read. These days I really do question my life book choices. 

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