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review 2018-09-30 15:01
#51 - Save the Date by Morgan Matson
Save the Date - Morgan Matson

I’ve listened to this as an audiobook and I thought it was a great way to read this book. I am not sure I would have liked it as much if I had read the physical copy.

 

Charlie Grant is the youngest in a family of 5 brothers and sisters; she is the only one still living at home. Their mother is a cartoonist and she draws about their family. Charlie’s sister is getting married and Charlie is excited about having all her siblings in their house again, which had not happened for 5 years. She has been planning this for months and she can’t wait to have the perfect weekend with them. Unfortunately, all will not go according to plan.

 

I think it was really funny that everything was a total disaster in the wedding planning, and every time you think it couldn’t be worse something even bigger happens (it’s funny cause I am also currently planning my wedding and some of those things could totally happen to me).

 

The characters were great and even if you only have Charlie’s point of view you also get to know them a little bit better.

 

The whole book is a about Charlie not wanting things to change, it was the main theme of the book and I thought it was really well done. In the end, you get that changes are scary but they can be for the best too.

 

If you have read Megan Matson’s books before and you enjoyed it, you will definitely enjoy this one as well. It was a funny, cute and entertaining read.

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text 2018-06-08 06:20
Reading progress update: I've read 87 out of 405 pages.
Save the Date - Morgan Matson

Charlie's interaction with the bike girl 

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text 2018-05-24 08:10
Release Blitz - Persuading Perfection
 
 
Title: Persuading Perfection
Series: The Debonair Series #2
Author: TC Matson
Genre: Contemporary Romance (Stand alone)
Release Date: May 23, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
A new second chance STANDALONE.
 
A simple, secret affair with my brother’s best friend—that’s what it was supposed to be.
 
Zachary Calloway was the master of broken hearts and completely off limits.
 
Except his smooth talking sexy ways were irresistible, landing me in over my head.
 
Jade Lauder was supposed to be a secret. No one could ever know the times we shared.
 
Except here she stood with the biggest change in our lives.
 
Years of secrets will be revealed.
 
Years of heartache will come back to deliver a bitter sting.
 
Years of friendships will be demolished.
 
Years of lies will be exposed.
 
All for something we couldn’t deny.
 
The broken heart I never intended to give her stands between us. 
 
With no more secrets, it’s time to persuade her to give me a second chance.
 
A second chance at loving her…
 
And this time, I’m not letting go.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
“Dreaming in Reality…You dream in reality when you pick up a book and get lost in it. In my writing, I strive to take you to a place where reality and fantasy become a blurry line. Everything should be relatable. It could happen…couldn’t it?” ~ TC Matson TC Matson loves to let her character’s voices be heard. With a head full of stories, she puts her keyboard through a beating daily. With an understanding that love isn’t always instant and full of flowers—her writing mirrors it. She’s a romance junkie at heart and an avid reader. Add those two together and she will devour books within hours, getting lost in the world the author creates. Matson resides in the peaceful Piedmont area of NC with her husband and three boys, where staying hopped up on caffeine is the key to her sanity. Chaos is indefinite and a sense of humor is an absolute must.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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review 2018-05-06 16:44
Save The Date by Morgan Matson #EarlyReview
Save the Date - Morgan Matson

Such a brilliant read!
I thought I was reading a romance, and it was, but it was so much more than that too. It was a family, and their lives. There were moments that felt so raw and real, and moments when I laughed along with them. If this was a movie, it would be one helluva cast of characters. Each person was unique and had me wanting to know more about them.
The Grant family. What a family indeed.
I hope, even though this story completely ended, that there will be another book. I want to know what life is like after the divorce. Where does Charlie go when she goes home from university? These burning questions will linger in my mind.
Another great read from Morgan Matson. She is quickly becoming a YA favorite of mine.

 

 

Source: www.fredasvoice.com/2018/05/save-date-by-morgan-matson-20.html
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review 2018-05-03 04:18
Save the Date - Morgan Matson

I received an advanced reading copy through netgalley.
Save the date is another amazing release from Morgan Matson. I seriously could not stop laughing through out the whole book.
The main character Charlie is your typical puppy love struck teenager who is also the youngest sibling of six. She is the last one living at home as she finishes up high school and her parents get ready to sell their house. The same home Charlie has ever known and the inspiration for mother comic strip. Save the date follows her as she prepares for a reunion of her family for her sisters wedding and to see her estranged brothers best friend who she has had feelings for since she was younger. However, as the weekend of the wedding unfolds, havoc follows and feuds continue creating the perfect coming of age comedy.
Save the date is the perfect read for when you need a funny novel about family and all of their disfunctions. It reminds me of a teen movie but in book form. Fans of sixteen candles would surely enjoy this novel. I can’t think of any faults other than it being a little predictable at times. I love the messages wound throughout the story and the end. It is one of my top young adult picks of 2018 and a must read.

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