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review 2014-06-07 12:02
Review: Unmaking Hunter Kennedy by Anne Eliot
Unmaking Hunter Kennedy - Anne Eliot

Let's start with saying this: UNMAKING HUNTER KENNEDY without a doubt one of the cutest books I've ever read (to this point). I am still grinning. And that sappy ending *giggle giggle* love it!

Hunter Kennedy is a famous pop star. The kind girls get all incoherent around; textbook good looks, abs to die for, eyes to dive in... perfect. But Hunter doesn't feel perfect. He feels depressed... which leads to all kind of stuff that lend him in Colorado, spending his time under the disguise of Dustin McHugh

I simply adored Hunter/Dustin's character. He wasn't mean, jerky or full of it at all. Even when he spoke of stuff that made others consider him "being full of it", he explained quite nicely how that really wasn't what he meant at all.
He was just sweetnice and funny, and I loved him. The guy deserves sooooo many hugs!

Vere Roth is a cute, geeky girl. She is pretty much a reject in her school because she has what I call super-blush-attacks, and she get's so embarrassed by them she can't talk or breath properly when they happen. 

She was sweetshy, full of excitement about everything in life - ice cream, heart-shaped rocks, water... She approaches everything with...

 

**to read the rest of this review, click the title!!**

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review 2014-04-30 00:00
Unmaking Hunter Kennedy
Unmaking Hunter Kennedy - Anne Eliot 3.5 stars. Cute story.
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quote 2013-09-24 05:15
“You’re the luckiest person in the whole world to have already figured out what you love. And you’ll be, quite possibly, the stupidest person in the world—if you don’t hold on to it.”

Anne Eliot, Unmaking Hunter Kennedy

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review 2013-07-30 00:00
Unmaking Hunter Kennedy - Anne Eliot Other reviews at The Book Babe's Reads.Due to copy and paste, formatting has been lost.I've been wanting to read Unmaking Hunter Kennedy for a while, so when I saw it on Amazon for an awesome deal, of course I bought it! Turns out that it wasn't a bad book at all-- I really liked it. Of course, the romance was fairly predictable, but it never was boring. It was adorable.Hunter and Vere were so perfect together-- you just have to love the classic "celebrity falls in love with normal girl" storyline, which was done remarkably well in this one. Hunter was such a jerk at first, but as the book goes on, we get to see more and more of who he is and he starts to really come out of his shell. He really is a funny and sweet guy. By the end he really is a fabulous! I loved seeing the character development from him. And Vere?Well, she was so clueless that it was ridiculous, but I really think that it was a huge part of her charm. She just wouldn't be herself without the innocence and the blushing and the anxiety. It is such a huge part of her, but it was wonderful to see those traits through Hunter's eyes. The alternating points of view really added good development on both of their parts and made it so fun to read! They had such great chemistry-- I was totally rooting for him from the very beginning. And not just in the physical part (because that didn't happen (even kissing) til very late in that book) but in the conversational part. I was never bored with their dialogue, actually just the opposite. Most of the time it was laugh out loud funny! Seriously, best cute relationship growth ever.All in all, Unmaking Hunter Kennedy is one of the best romantic books I've read in a long time. I really recommend it as a sweet, fun romance.
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review 2013-05-14 00:00
Unmaking Hunter Kennedy - Anne Eliot Cute concept. Somewhat slow. Definitely could have benefited from a good editor to help weed out the mistakes.

Overall a cute, clean and sweet book.
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