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review 2017-12-16 02:33
On the Naughty List by Lori Foster, Carly Phillips, Beth Ciotta, and Sugar Jamison
On the Naughty List - Lori Foster,Carly Phillips,Sugar Jamison,Beth Ciotta

This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.

This was a nice enough read. I have had a review copy of this book for a couple of years but somehow missed reading it and it ended up buried on my Kindle. I decided to dust off as I was trying to get into the holiday spirit this year. I don't know that it had any impact on my readiness for the holiday but I did find the book to be an okay read. I enjoyed all four of the stories pretty equally with nothing really standing out.

Christmas Bonus by Lori Foster
I am not always a fan of office romances but I thought this one worked. The couple in the story have known each other for a long time. They really did seem to work well together and I liked the chemistry between them.

Naughty Under the Mistletoe by Carly Philips
This one starts off at an office holiday party. Intending to finally make a move on her boss, the main character ends up kissing his twin instead. The couple has a lot of chemistry. I liked the twist on the office romance since she worked for his family but not him directly.

Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas by Sugar Jamison
This was another story featuring brothers. Dina decides to reach out to her baby's father but finds his older brother instead. This was a fun opposites attract kind of story and I liked how the baby, Dash, played an important role in it.

Some Kind of Wonderful by Beth Ciotta
This was a fun friends to lovers story. The couple has known each other for years but they haven't seen each other lately. They find themselves stranded in a cabin and realize that they both might feel more for each other than they realized.

I thought that this was a worthwhile anthology. I would give each of the individual stories 3 stars and really liked how different they were. I had fun sampling the writing of a few new to me authors and would definitely try their work again in the future.

I received an advance reader copy of this book from St. Martin's Press via NetGalley.

Initial Thoughts
This was okay. Nothing terrible but nothing great either. All four of the stories were pretty equal for me with none of them really standing out too much.

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text 2017-11-29 22:30
Women Writers Bingo: Tentative Reading List

 

OK, this is basically an extract from my bookshelves (both TBR and read -- "read" where I've already read other books by the same author and am interested in further exploring her work), with the addition of some more or less iconic women authors who have so far escaped my notice.  This ought to keep me busy for the next couple of years, I think ...

 

A

  • Alice Adams
  • Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  • Louisa May Alcott
  • Tasha Alexander
  • Isabel Allende
  • Margery Allingham
  • Julia Alvarez
  • Jessica Anderson
  • Donna Andrews
  • Mary Kay Andrews
  • Maya Angelou
  • Hanna Arendt
  • Elizabeth von Arnim
  • Mary Astell
  • Thea Astley
  • Kate Atkinson
  • Margaret Atwood
  • Jane Austen

 

B

  • Beryl Bainbridge
  • Pamela Ball
  • Sandra Balzo
  • Chitra Banerjee Divakarumi
  • Muriel Barbery
  • Pat Barker
  • Djuna Barnes
  • Linda Barnes
  • Nevada Barr
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Vicki Baum
  • Simone de Beauvoir
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Aphra Behn
  • Lauren Belfer
  • Josephine Bell
  • Gioconda Belli
  • Marie Belloc Lowndes
  • Carol Lea Benjamin
  • Margot Bennet
  • Isabelle Berrubey
  • Barbara Beuys
  • Victoria Blake
  • Enid Blyton
  • Margaret Bourke-White
  • Elizabeth Bowen
  • Dorothy Bowers
  • Pamela Branch
  • Christianna Brand
  • Charlotte, Emily & Anne Brontë
  • Geraldine Brooks
  • Nancy Marie Brown
  • Pearl S. Buck
  • Fanny Burney
  • Jessie Burton
  • A.S. Byatt
     

C

  • Margaret Campbell Barnes
  • Dorothy Canfield
  • Joanna Cannan
  • Charity Cannon Willard
  • Angela Carter
  • Miranda Carter
  • Vera Caspary
  • Helen Castor
  • Willa Cather
  • Catherine of Siena
  • Eleanor Catton
  • Suzanne Chazin
  • Andrée Chedid
  • Tracy Chevalier
  • Marjorie Chibnall
  • Laura Childs
  • Kate Chopin
  • Agatha Christie
  • Marchette Chute
  • Sandra Cisneros
  • Susanna Clarke
  • Ann Cleeves
  • Barbara Cleverly
  • Colette
  • Artemis Cooper
  • Mairead Corrigan Maguire
  • Hannah Crafts
  • Marie & Eve Curie
  • Helen Czerski
     

D

  • Elizabeth Daly
  • Clemence Dane
  • Tsitsi Dangarembga
  • Edwidge Danticat
  • Alexandra David-Neel
  • Diane Mott Davidson
  • Lindsey Davis
  • Natalie Zemon Davis
  • Barbara Demick
  • Anita Desai
  • Emily Dickinson
  • E.M. Delafield
  • Joan Didion
  • Isak Dinesen (Karen / Tania Blixen)
  • Emma Donoghue
  • H.D. (Hilda Doolittle)
  • Susan Doran
  • Kirstin Downey
  • Ruth Downie
  • Evelyn Doyle
  • Margaret Drabble
  • Sarah Dunant
  • Dorothy Dunnett
  • Marguerite Duras

 

E

  • Maria Edgeworth
  • Jennifer Egan
  • George Eliot
  • Anne Enright
  • Nora Ephron
  • Louise Erdrich
  • Jenny Erpenbeck
  • Margaret Erskine
  • María Amparo Escandón
  • Laura Esquivel
  • Janet Evanovich

 

F

  • Lygia Fagundes Telles
  • Linda Fairstein
  • Anne Fadiman
  • Jerrilyn Farmer
  • Elena Ferrante
  • Rosario Ferré
  • Helen Fielding
  • Erica Fischer
  • Fannie Flagg
  • Judith Flanders
  • Jane Fletcher Geniesse
  • Gillian Flynn
  • Moderata Fonte
  • Sarah Foot
  • Amanda Foreman
  • Earlene Fowler
  • Anne Frank
  • Lois P. Frankel
  • Ariana Franklin
  • Antonia Fraser
  • Marilyn French
  • Tana French
  • Esther Freud
  • Alexandra Fuller
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Anna Funder
     

G

  • Diana Gabbaldon
  • Mavis Gallant
  • Janice Galloway
  • Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Elizabeth George
  • Stella Gibbons
  • Frances Gies
  • Anthony Gilbert (Lucy Beatrice Malleson)
  • Janet Gleeson
  • Kristin Gleeson & Moonyeen Blakey
  • Molly Gloss
  • Lisa Goldstein
  • Carol Goodman
  • Nadine Gordimer
  • Charlotte Gordon
  • Sue Grafton
  • Caroline Graham
  • Anna Katherine Green
  • Kerry Greenwood
  • Germaine Greer
  • Lady Augusta Gregory
  • Susanna Gregory
  • Kate Grenville
  • Aceituna Griffin
  • Nicola Griffith
  • Martha Grimes
  • Sarah Gristwood
  • Judith Guest
  • Ursula K. Le Guin
     

H

  • Brigitte Hamann
  • Barbara Hambly
  • Denise Hamilton
  • Edith Hamilton
  • Sheila Hancock
  • Helene Hanff
  • Lorraine Hansberry
  • Kathryn Harkup
  • Joanne Harris
  • Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
  • Mavis Doriel Hay
  • Eliza Haywood
  • Anne Hébert
  • Elke Heidenreich
  • Lillian Hellman
  • Kristien Hemmerechts
  • Amy Hempel
  • Sandra Hempel
  • Jennifer Morag Henderson
  • Christine Heppermann
  • Georgette Heyer
  • Susan Higginbotham
  • Mary Higgins Clark
  • Patricia Highsmith
  • Hildegard von Bingen
  • Susan Hill
  • Laura Hillenbrand
  • Lisa Hilton
  • Tami Hoag
  • Antonia Hodgson
  • Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • Beatrice Hohenegger
  • Renate Holland-Moritz
  • Susan Howatch
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Siri Hustvedt
  • Elspeth Huxley
  • Hypathia of Alexandria
     

I

  • Laura Ingalls Wilder
  • Susan Isaacs
  • Molly Ivins

 

J

  • Shirley Jackson
  • Lilian Jackson Braun
  • Miranda James
  • P.D. James
  • J.A. Jance
  • Tove Jansson
  • Lisa Jardine
  • Inge Jens
  • Ianthe Jerrold
  • Sarah Orne Jewett
  • Elizabeth Jolley
  • Erica Jong
  • Rachel Joyce
  • Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz
  • Julian of Norwich
     

K

  • Frida Kahlo
  • Ellis Kaut
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin
  • Susanna Kearsley
  • Helen Keller
  • Faye Kellerman
  • Margery Kempe
  • Christine Kenneally
  • Hannah Kent
  • Jamaica Kincaid
  • Laurie R. King
  • Barbara Kingsolver
  • Helen J. Knowles
  • Rachel Knowles
  • Clea Koff
  • Elizabeth Kostova
  • Nicole Krauss
  • Aug San Suu Kyi

 

L

  • Marie Laberge
  • Mary Ladd Gavell
  • Carmen Laforet
  • Selma Lagerlöf
  • Jhumpa Lahiri
  • Lorna Landvik
  • Nella Larsen
  • Carole Lawrence
  • Camara Laye
  • Laurie Lee
  • Tanith Lee
  • Charlotte Lennox
  • Donna Leon
  • Doris Lessing
  • Andrea Levy
  • Marina Lewycka
  • Amy Licence
  • Astrid Lindgren
  • Leanda de Lisle
  • Clarice Lispector
  • Elizabeth Little
  • Ivy Litvinov
  • Norah Lofts

 

M

  • Sharon Maas
  • Margaret MacMillan
  • Karen Maitland
  • Abby Mann
  • Erika Mann
  • Katia Mann
  • Elisabeth Mann-Borghese
  • Olivia Manning
  • Katherine Mansfield
  • Hilary Mantel
  • Beryl Markham
  • Monika Maron
  • Ngaio Marsh
  • Megan Marshall
  • Sujata Massey
  • Doris Maurer
  • Daphne du Maurier
  • Margaret Mazzantini
  • Mari McAuliffe
  • Susan Carol McCarthy
  • Helen McCloy
  • Sharyn McCrumb
  • Carson McCullers
  • Colleen McCullough
  • Val McDermid
  • Alison McGhee
  • Maureen F. McHugh
  • Pat McIntosh
  • Shirley McKay
  • Patricia McKillip
  • Paula McLain
  • Catherine Meadows
  • Lise Meitner
  • Rigoberta Menchú
  • Anne Meredith
  • Claire Messud
  • Anne Michaels
  • Rosalind Miles
  • Margaret Millar
  • Marja Mills
  • Anchee Min
  • Denise Mina
  • Gladys Mitchell
  • Margaret Mitchell
  • Nancy Mitford
  • Miyuki Miyabe
  • Theresa Monsour
  • Rosa Montero
  • Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • Anne-Marie-Louise D'Orleans Montpensier
  • Lorrie Moore
  • Susanna Moore
  • Wendy Moore
  • Elsa Morante
  • Toni Morrison
  • Toni Mount
  • Bárbara Mujica
  • Alice Munro
  • Lady Murasaki Shikubu
  • Iris Murdoch
  • Tamar Myers

 

N

  • Barbara Nadel
  • Meera Nair
  • Sylvia Nasar
  • Shizuko Natsuki
  • Marguerite de Navarre
  • Irène Némirovsky
  • Katherine Neville
  • Anaïs Nin
  • Ingrid Noll
  • Elizabeth Norton
  • Amélie Nothomb
  • Mary Novik
  • Frances Noyes Hart
  • Tiina Nunnally

 

O

  • Joyce Carol Oates
  • Tea Obreht
  • Edna O'Brien
  • Carol O'Connell
  • Flannery O'Connor
  • Sandra Day O'Connor
  • Nuala O'Faolain
  • Margaret Oliphant
  • Emmuska Orczy
  • Mary Orr
  • Anna Maria Ortese
  • Perri O'Shaughnessy
  • Elsa Osorio
  • Isabel Ostrander
  • Helen Oyeyemi
  • Ruth Ozeki
  • Cynthia Ozick

 

P

  • Tina Packer
  • Sara Paretsky
  • Sandra Paretti
  • Dorothy Parker
  • I.J. Parker
  • S.J. Parris
  • Rachel Pastan
  • Ann Patchett
  • Jill Paton Walsh
  • Renee Patrick
  • Sharon Kay Penman
  • Louise Penny
  • Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  • Régine Pernoud
  • Anne Perry
  • Ellis Peters / Edith Pargeter
  • Nancy Pickard
  • Jodi Picoult
  • Hazel Pierce
  • Tamora Pierce
  • Marge Piercy
  • Christine de Pizan
  • Jean Plaidy
  • Sylvia Plath
  • Sarah B. Pomeroy
  • Elena Poniatowska
  • Katherine Anne Porter
  • Linda Porter
  • Beatrix Potter
  • Susan Power
  • Helen Prejean
  • Annie Proulx
  • Barbara Pym
     

Q

  • Anna Quindlen

 

R

  • Lea Rabin
  • Ann Radcliffe
  • Carol Daugherty Rasnic
  • Pauline Réage
  • Kathy Reichs
  • Ruth Rendell
  • Barbara Reynolds
  • Lucy Ribchester
  • Dorothy Richardson
  • Henry Handel Richardson (Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson)
  • Brenda Rickman Vantrease
  • Stella Rimington
  • Margaret Rivers Larminie
  • Candace Robb
  • J.D. Robb
  • Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Marilynne Robinson
  • Roxana Robinson
  • Judith Rock
  • Hilary Rodham Clinton
  • Katrin Rohde
  • Nelly Rosario
  • Colette Rossant
  • Christina Rossetti
  • Roswitha von Gandersheim
  • Laura Joh Rowland
  • J.K. Rowling
  • Arundhati Roy
  • Gabrielle Roy
  • Priscilla Royal
  • Joanna Russ
  • Harriet Rutland
  • Sofie Ryan
     

S

  • Vita Sackville-West
  • Jehan Sadat
  • Françoise Sagan
  • Angela Saini
  • George Sand
  • Cora Sandel
  • Elisabeth Sanxay Holding
  • Sappho
  • Beth Saulnier
  • Dorothy L. Sayers
  • Andrea Schacht
  • Harriet Scott Chessman
  • Lisa Scottoline
  • Alice Sebold
  • Anna Seghers
  • Annemarie Selinko
  • Barbara Seranella
  • Anna Sewell
  • Beth Shapiro
  • Mary Shelley
  • Carol Shields
  • Katharine Sim
  • Helen Simonson
  • Helen Simpson
  • Mary Sinclair
  • Maj Sjöwall (& Per Wahlöö)
  • Margaret Skea
  • Karin Slaughter
  • Ali Smith
  • Julie Smith
  • Shelley Smith
  • Zadie Smith
  • Susan Sontag
  • Sonia Sotomayor
  • Diana Souhami
  • Muriel Spark
  • Johanna Spyri
  • Freya Stark
  • Gertrude Stein
  • Gloria Steinem
  • Carola Stern
  • Amy Stewart
  • Mary Stewart
  • Rebecca Stott
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Kate Summerscale
  • Beverly Swerling
  • S.D. Sykes

 

T

  • Lalita Tademy
  • Amy Tan
  • Donna Tartt
  • Mary Taylor Simeti
  • F. Tennyson Jesse
  • Sheri S. Tepper
  • Mother Teresa
  • Josephine Tey
  • Grace Tiffany
  • James Tiptree Jr. (Alice Bradley Sheldon)
  • Claire Tomalin
  • Jean Toomer
  • Lillian de la Torre
  • Stella Tower
  • Sylvia Townsend Warner
  • Rose Tremain
  • Joanna Trollope
  • Gail Tsukiyama
  • Janette Turner Hospital
  • Helene Tursten
  • Joyce Tyldesley
  • Anne Tyler
     

U

  • Jenny Uglow
  • Sigrid Undset
  • Else Ury

 

V

  • Barbara Vine
  • Serena Vitale
  • Susan Vreeland

 

W

  • Alice Walker
  • Amy Wallace
  • Maureen Waller
  • Harriet Walter
  • Minette Walters
  • Evangeline Walton
  • Sarah Waters
  • Winifred Watson
  • Tiffany Watt Smith
  • Betty Webb
  • Alison Weir
  • Eudora Welty
  • Patricia Wentworth
  • Debbie Lee Wesselmann
  • Rebecca West
  • Susan Wittig Albert
  • Edith Wharton
  • Phillis Wheatley
  • Sara Wheeler
  • Ethel Lina White
  • Samantha Wilcoxson
  • Margery Williams
  • Jeanette Winterson
  • Margaret Wise Brown
  • Christa Wolf
  • Mary Wollstonecraft
  • Faith Wolseley
  • Barbara Wood
  • Paula L. Woods
  • Virginia Woolf
  • Jennifer Worth
  • Mary Wortley Montagu
  • Andrea Wulf
     

X

  • Xuē Xīnrán

 

Y

  • Tiphanie Yanique
  • Jane Yolen
  • Banana Yoshimoto
  • Marguerite Youcenar
     

Z

Julie Zeh

Xianliang Zhang

Edith M. Ziegler

Stefanie Zweig

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text 2017-11-10 10:20
Square 10 Completed!
The List - Siobhan Vivian

Pancha Ganapati, is a modern five-day Hindu festival in honor of Ganesha that comes to an end on the 25th. The festival was created in 1985 as a Hindu alternative to December holidays like Christmas by Sivaya Subramuniyaswami (born Robert Hansen), a Westerner who embraced Hinduism.

 

 

Book themes for Pancha Ganapati: 

Ok, it is kind of lame but I read The List which has blue on the cover. It could also qualify for the need for forgiveness because obviously, writing the list or mocking people on the list is not really nice and most of the characters could have a need for forgiveness, but it is not expressly said.

 

Tasks for Pancha Ganapati: I wanted to post a picture of those books but 2 of them are e-books and one of them an audiobook, so I will add the pictures here. Those are my 5 favourite books (so far) that I read in 2017:

 

The Hate U Give - Angie Thomasan amazing book about racial issues in the US (review here)

  Warcross - Marie Lu Marie Lu + video games... nothing to add (review here)

 A Court of Wings and Ruin - Sarah J. Maas  One of my favourite series of all time (review here)

Traitor to the Throne - Alwyn Hamilton This book was amazing and will probably be one of my favourite book of 2017 (I wrote this in January and have not changed my mind! Review here)

 The Final Empire. Mistborn Book One - Brandon Sanderson  My first Brandon Sanderson book ever, but not the last (review here)

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text 2017-11-09 20:19
7 books you've recently looked up

 

It's pouring rain, it's cold and windy. But you know what. It really doesn't bother us. This is a perfect setting for a book and a grate excuse to stay home reading, right?!? Inspired by the Autumn we've looked through your shelves and picked 7 books for the rainy days

 

If you'd like to know what titles BookLikes readers are looking for this fall, visit the Book Catalog page and look through the Recently looked up sector. To read the book description and the reviews click the book cover.

 

 

The book page presents the book details, description and the book reviews. To add a book to your shelf, click +Shelf, and to read the reviews go to the community reviews section. If you enjoy the review, Follow the blog and you'll be up to date with the new blogger friend's bookshelf updates and the reviews on your Dashboard. 

 

 

The following list presents books from your shelves and blogs.

If you like the review Follow the blogger to be up to date with his/her bookshelf picks and posts. 

 

The Rooster Bar - John Grisham 

#1 New York Times bestselling author John Grisham’s newest legal thriller takes you inside a law firm that’s on shaky ground.

 

I finished this book in two sittings: on my lunch break and on my bed the moment I got home. I didn’t get up to eat dinner, use the bathroom, anything. The Rooster Bar is one of those books. Like almost every Grisham novel, this is a high-stakes crime thriller . . . but the stakes here feel so much higher than in his other books — at least the ones I’ve read, which I admit isn’t a large number. Three laws students mired in debt without any job prospective on the horizon decide to drop out of sight, change their identity . . . and become faux street lawyers... read a full review

 

 

The Wife Between Us - Greer Hendricks,Sarah Pekkanen 

Twisted and deliciously chilling, The Wife Between Us exposes the secret complexities of an enviable marriage - and the dangerous truths we ignore in the name of love.

The book certainly keeps you guessing all throughout the novel and it certainly keeps you on your toes and you realize this is probably how the ex wife (can’t name names, it would give the plot away) felt as you progress through the story. The twists and turns keep you blindsided and it keeps you guessing even until the final pages of the book. It was a great and thrilling. Every other chapter I heard myself going: “WHAT THE HECK DID I JUST READ?”...read a full review

 

 

One Dark Throne (Three Dark Crowns) - Kendare Blake  

The battle for the crown has begun, but which of the three sisters will prevail?

I finished Three Dark Crowns at the beginning of the month and I really wanted to see what was going to happen next. So I picked up One Dark Throne and read it quite quickly. It was really good! Again, I really love the atmosphere of this book. All the characters are so interesting; I still really love Queen Katharine in spite of what happened to her. She is different from what she used to be and I was really curious about why... read a full review

 

 

The Rules of Magic: A Novel - Alice Hoffman  

Thrilling and exquisite, real and fantastical, The Rules of Magic is a story about the power of love reminding us that the only remedy for being human is to be true to yourself.

Rewind to the 1960s and enjoy THE RULES OF MAGIC. A nostalgic coming-of-age love letter. Learning to embrace one’s true self.  

Rich in history, NYC, witches, curses, magic, and humor. Catch up with Franny and Jet. and meet little brother Vincent and cousin, April.
“There is no remedy for love but to love more.” — Henry David Thoreau 
Susanna Owens had fled Massachusetts, escaped to Paris and married and settled in New York City. She did not want her children to know of their heritage. However, it was clear from the start they were not ordinary children. She had to set down some hard rules. However, this was not an easy task...
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Enigma (An FBI Thriller) - Catherine Coulter  

Coulter's latest dual-plot thriller will keep you guessing as Savich, Sherlock, Abbott, and Wittier uncover surprise after surprise in this race against the clock until the shocking conclusions.

I sped through this gripping thriller that has two major plots and lots and lots of twists. One of those twists was jaw dropping for me. I did not see it coming. I stayed up WAY until the morning hours as I could not put this book down. And, it was worth it!  Excellent read for me... read a full review

 

 

Slip (The Slip Trilogy Book 1) - David Estes  

Someone must die before another can be born...

I hadn’t read anything by David Estes in quite a while, and when I saw this series on NetGalley, I thought, well, time to address this state of affairs. I shall also confess that nowadays, I do have a bit of a love-hate relationship with YA dystopias in general, for various reasons, and I was glad that this book, while it is a bit predictable and uses expected tropes, avoids what are the usual pitfalls of the genre for me.
The main characters in general were likeable...
read a full review

 

 

 

Carry On - Rainbow Rowell  

Simon Snow is the worst Chosen One who's ever been chosen.

That's what his roommate, Baz, says. And Baz might be evil and a vampire and a complete git, but he's probably right.

It’s started to get interesting when Baz’s mom go back and find him, to tell Baz that find the one who kill her, but at that point Baz was missing, so Simon is the one that know everything about Baz’s mom, the powerful woman that own their school when she still alive. Baz knew he loved Simon for a very ling time, but he just want to do some awkward things that might hurt Simon, ans Simon thinks that Baz want to kill him, so they stayed enemies like forever until Baz mom appear in the story... read a full review

 

Happy reading!

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review 2017-11-09 10:31
#74 - The List by Siobhan Vivian
The List - Siobhan Vivian

Every year at Mount Washington High School, a list is published with the four prettiest and the four ugliest girls of the school, one for each grade. This book shows how the list affect every one of these girls.

 

I really enjoy the concept because it is so realistic. It also shows how important the opinion of other matters to teenagers. I think it is scary because it is so true. What other people think of you will always affect you, but even more so as a teenager. Even if you think it does not matter to you (like Sara in the story), you know it does.

 

All these girls know each other in some way and I like the fact that you get to know every one of them. My only complaint is that with eight characters, it can get confusing and it also did not go as deep as I wish it would. Also, I listened to it as an audiobook and it was even more difficult for me to understand who was whom (I have a visual memory so it is easier to remember names when I read).

 

I enjoy this book but it could have been even better in my opinion, I was expecting more.

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