Wishing For Someday Soon
Publisher: Tiffany King
Pages no: 288
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
, Young Adult Romance
, New Adult
This one gets 5 very big emotional stars from me.I started crying on the very first page and I didn't stop until the end. Went through a box of tissues without even knowing.My heart was shattered for Katelyn. Shattered. Is it wrong of me that I understood her reasoning. Kevin is all she has, why...
I liked it a lot but there were some things that weren't written very well. Like how quickly Katelyn ans Max got together than broke up and than started again in a day. He brings food and she stops thinking about anything else and they are back together it seemed a little fake. And the end, it was a...
I figured this would be nicely angsty, and jerk a few tears. While I did tear up at a couple of points, over all, I thought this book was too....easy? I guess that's the word I'm looking for?Katelyn has been dealing with her flighty, abusive mother for seventeen years. The only reason she hasn't lef...
Ramen Noodles the staple of college students everywhere. After the age of 17 I refused to eat them. I haven't eaten them since. My college friends were baffled by my extreme dislike of ramen noodles. Tiffany King gets it though. "I made sure to scoop up a dozen packages of Top O' Ramen soup for Kevi...
It's nice to read books like this. It makes me appreciate my own home life. Someday soon is a touching novel about family, love and abuse. It teaches us to never remain silent about the abuse. It teaches us that a family should love each other, not hurt each other. It also teaches us that there are ...