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by Louise Rozett
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Geri's Ever After Romance
Geri's Ever After Romance rated it 8 years ago
4 angst-ridden starsHoly hell! What a ride! It felt like I was taken by aliens and dropped into the set of Mean Girls/My So-Called Life or something. This one was really angsty but sooo good. Pure YA but the story is much more complicated than that and the characters are layered, complex and totally...
Everyday Rowena
Everyday Rowena rated it 8 years ago
It’s been a while since I read the first book but picking this book up brought that book right back to me. In this book, Rosie Zarelli is back and the story starts right before Rose’s sophomore year begins. In the beginning, Rose is at a party and it’s summer and the swim thugs are at it again. They...
Out of the Blue
Out of the Blue rated it 8 years ago
E-galley received for review through Netgalley.Rose Zarelli is now a sophomore. She wants to be different this year - Rose 2.0, which means finding her thing, being more confident, and speaking her mind with Jamie Forta, her almost-boyfriend. She manages it, up to a point. She decides she wants to ...
Chapter by Chapter
Chapter by Chapter rated it 8 years ago
I fell in love with Confessions of an Angry Girl by author Louise Rozett last summer and was so happy when I got to start reading Confessions of an Almost-Girlfriend. I loved the main character, the situations she was placed in and of course Jamie Forta (who is drop-dead attractive and my forever-fa...
Twirling Book Princess
Twirling Book Princess rated it 8 years ago
That was a great book. Finally book 2 is out! I just read this a few days ago, and I loved it. Just like book 1, you start the chapters with a definition of a word (and under that her own interpretation of the word).Though in this book I had 2 people I didn't really like. I didn't like our main girl...
TeaPartyPrincess
TeaPartyPrincess rated it 8 years ago
This is a fantastic second book in a series. It is totally accessible for readers who are new to the series and yet the summaries of the previous book is so subtle that I don't think it will be intrusive to readers invested in the series already. I definitely will be reading the first book. Just my ...
Reading, Writing and Being Generally Awesome
Here's how excited I was (am) about this book: I signed up to review it on my birthday. That's right today I'm twenty-something-or-other and telling you about the wondrous novel that is Confessions of an Almost-Girlfriend! Last year, I fell in love with Louise Rozett's debut, Confessions of an Angry...
Read and Reviewed
Read and Reviewed rated it 8 years ago
I have not been shy when it comes to announcing exactly how much I loved Confessions of An Angry Girl. I find Rose refreshingly real, with an indomitable spirit, quick wit, and sharp tongue, who I can easily relate to on pretty much every single level. Her journey in the first book made me laugh, cr...
Blkosiner's Book Blog
Blkosiner's Book Blog rated it 8 years ago
I wrote a post awhile back about negative reviews, and how I don't review if I don't finish, and a very wise blogger pointed out that knowing what a blogger doesn't like can be valuable to publishers and authors too. Then another blogger mentioned she did a did not finish post and I thought it was a...
 Stacia in Progress
Stacia in Progress rated it 8 years ago
If I can find some spare time tomorrow to go back through my notes, I will add more to this review.A few brief thoughts until then : I just went back and read my review for the first book in the Confessions series and had the urge to want to copy/paste the entire thing into my assessment of book 2.E...
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