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  • An engaging and fun read.

    QUIZ TIME! Want to find out if you and this book are compatible for each other? Question 1: Do you want to add another BF to your “fictional-boyfriends” shelf? *seductively licks lips and winks* @alex/porter – I’m referring to you, surfer babe. Question 2: Do you like retellings? (This book is loosely based off the movie You’ve Got Mail) Question 3: Do you need an uplifting romance to cure your book hangover? Question 4: Do you enjoy playing The Settlers of Catan board game? ❤ Question 5: Do you prefer your main characters to be selfless, understanding, feisty and witty? If you answered YES to the above-noted questions, then you NEED this book in your life.

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  • 😍😍😍

    Absolutely loved this book!! 😍 I haven't found a book like this in a while! I would say that the only downside is knowing who Alex is after reading the synopsis. It would probably be obvious if you were left guessing, but it would have made it more interesting if you didn't know But I loved the book, would highly recommend it

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  • Alex

    I had really high hopes for this book! I liked it but it had so much potential to be great but it wasn't. I wanted more of Alex and the mystery and adrenaline rush but didn't get it over all it was a Good book.

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  • WYR: a) Mink, b) Churros, c) Porter

    Im so glad I gave this read a shot because I really enjoyed it! I accidently read another review before buying it that said this book didnt have enough thrill but I completely disagree! It was a total page turner for me I had butterflys the whole time... now to go google Cary Grant.

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  • Really cute and sweet

    I’ve loved Jenn Bennett’s writing since I started reading Kindling the Moon. And I’ve really enjoyed the voice of her YA characters, especially Bailey. Bailey is sarcastic and witty and I found myself laughing at some of her thoughts. YA is not a genre I read a lot of anymore because the immaturity of many of the characters is just not something I can relate to or tolerate anymore. However, I’ve always liked that Jenn Bennett writes more mature teenagers, because you know what? Lots of teens are mature and witty, it’s not just an adult thing. The key here, is that Bennett might give us great YA banter but she also shows the youth and vulnerability of teenagers. Her characters might be all confident and self-assured while interacting with their peers but they’re still confronted with moments when they’re just a nervous 17 year old who has gotten in trouble with their parents. I really liked Bailey throughout this book because I saw a lot of myself in her when I was that age. Bailey’s sarcasm and self-deprecating attitude kept the narrative interesting and funny. The Artful Dodger, as she calls herself, spends much of this book learning to be a better friend, to be more involved in life, and to not repress everything she’s feeling to avoid conflict. Bennett does an amazing job of showing Bailey’s growth over time and I really appreciated this. At first I thought I would dislike Porter after he embarrasses Bailey about her shoes. However, he turns himself around and it becomes clear that Bailey and Porter like to argue and debate with each other. I found Porter to be a very interesting hero for a YA novel because he had all the necessary swoon-worthy qualities but he also had some good flaws. He’s almost overly cocky, a bit argumentative, and he often frustrates Bailey as much as he intrigues her. He’s also a bit of a hot-head and doesn’t always think everything through.

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