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Bookish Things & More
Bookish Things & More rated it 8 years ago
Living in the shadow of your older sibling can be hard, especially when they are practically perfect. Andi just wants everyone to see her for who she is, not Laina’s little sister. She is impulsive, and out there. She goes out of her way to be the exact opposite of Laina. Both Andi and Laina have so...
Donnie Darko Girl
Donnie Darko Girl rated it 8 years ago
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review for my stop on the blog tour at Donnie Darko Girl. Twelve Steps was just too cute to pass up. Oh YA, how I've missed you! I knew I had to read this book - I have a younger sister, and although I'm the older one, I don't believe I outsho...
Desert Rose
Desert Rose rated it 9 years ago
Coming-of-age stories are usually full of character growth, and some youthful drama. This book certainly has both of those, centering around a young, somewhat naive sixteen year-old girl, who feels as though she's trapped in the shadow of her older sister. I found this book to be full of ironies -...
Books Eater
Books Eater rated it 9 years ago
Twelve Steps by Veronica Bartles Release Date: 03/25/14 Goodreads / Amazon / Amazon UK / B&N Book Summary: Sixteen-year-old Andi is tired of being a second-class sibling to perfect sister Laina. There in Laina's shadow, Andi's only noticeable feature is her pretty awesome hair. And even that is...
Books Direct
Books Direct rated it 9 years ago
Andrea Anderson (Andi) has to compete with her perfect sister Laina not only for her parents' attention, but for the affections of Jarod, who also happens to be Laina's best friend. So Andi sets in motion a twelve step plan to get her life back on track. When she finds out that Laina has a crush on ...
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