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Unmaking Hunter Kennedy - Anne Eliot
Unmaking Hunter Kennedy
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3.73 300
Format: kindle
ASIN: 15783623
Publisher: Butterfly Books, LLC
Pages no: 422
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Megan @ The Book Babe's Reads
Megan @ The Book Babe's Reads rated it
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 ...
These Words Tell a Story...
These Words Tell a Story... rated it
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.
Unapologetic Reader, Psychotic Writer
Unapologetic Reader, Psychotic Writer rated it
3.0 Unmaking Hunter Kennedy
Light. Funny. Romantic.Need something to curl up with that leaves a big grin on your face? Read this book. Parts of it don't make sense and usually you want to smack one or more characters on the back of their head for their stupidity but all in all it is a really good feel-good book. Just with an e...
Awkward Schmawkward
Awkward Schmawkward rated it
3.0 Unmaking Hunter Kennedy
This book had real potential. Especially Hunter was a very intriguing character who had a lot more depth than I expected at first and who didn't act like the clichee of a Hollywood teen. He seemed a lot more mature than your regular 17yo. I really enjoyed the parts about his makeover that turned the...
PaperbookPrincess rated it
I really loved this book! It just had so much going on that worked so perfectly together! When the book first started, I felt a little sad for Hunter I mean, his mom treated him like she didn’t care about him at all... as if she was just trying to get him out of her hair because he was too wild and ...
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