The One That I Want
Publish date: December 6th 2011
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
, Young Adult Romance
I really enjoy Echols, especially when I want something that’s smart, well written, and comforting. This one isn’t a particular favorite of mine, but it was on the shelf and I hadn’t re-read it much.
This was my first book by the author and after reading several mixed reviews for this book; some loving it and others saying it was the worst they'd read by her, I was a little wary. I have to admit though, that I liked the story. It was a rather simple and straight-forward one, I must confess, bu...
Usually I really enjoy the books by Jennifer Echols, but I hated this one. There wasn't even one thing about it that i can say I liked even a little bit. It was a huge disappointment and loss of my time.
Definitely not my favorite Echols book. While it was cute and a fun read I felt like everything moved too quickly and there wasn't too much connection going on between. Addison was just a miserable person and Carter was just as bad. I liked Gemma for the most part and Max would have been okay but he...
The One That I Want is a cute, fun, quick contemporary read. Jennifer Echols’ romantic comedies for Simon Pulse have always been some of my favorites but she really upped her game with this one. I think this is the best romantic comedy I have ever read from her.Gemma is not the pretty, popular girl ...