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  • five-star read that will crush you under chemistry

    How to Quit your Crush by Amy Fellner Dominy a five-star read that will crush you under the chemistry. Mai Senn and Anthony Adams are just the sweetest pair, they are just coming into that age where life seems like it will end in a heartbeat, but on the flip go on for thousands of heartbeats and be never ending. This story is just like that emotion, you will be there with them on the trail, sneaking glances and denying your heart. This is sweet and filled with emotion, I really enjoyed this one, it just had so much heart and soul to the story. If you like your romance sweet and pure then pick this up as it’s a really great example of great writing.

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  • Wrong but so so right!!

    I've been in a bit of a book slump lately and while I've read good books, nothing was hitting me in the feels really. Until I read this. From the moment I started Mai and Anthony's story, I was hooked. These two aren't supposed to meant to be. The Uber planner and just chill and go with the flow guy. They don't mesh, except they do. Perfectly. They take each other out of their carefully crafted boxes and challenge the other. I have never read a book by this author before so I didn't know what to expect. What I got was a book packed full of emotion and connection that I don't tend feel when I read YA. I'm going to have to go back and read Josie and Garrett's story now!!

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  • Fabulous story! You have to read this one!

    My thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. My apologies, but I'm going to have to gush a bit here: what a great, often hilarious, emotionally intelligent (and just plain intelligent) read this was! I love Amy Fellner Dominy's writing. Her world building, her sassy, snappy characters, and witty dialogue always have me coming back for more. She gets better and better with each new book. (I guffawed when I read her tribute to her long-suffering husband in her Acknowledgement, and what he has to endure when she is in the process of writing a book. Amy Fellner Dominy, simply put, has a way with words! Some of the one-liners just floored me, they were so brilliant. Mai (Maya) Senn and Anthony Adams - what a pair! They appear to have absolutely nothing in common. She is brainy, goal-oriented and focused. She also has a "good girl" complex. Anthony doesn't like rules or plans. But for some reason, these two have sizzling chemistry and can't stay away from each other. In the end, Mai realizes that, despite their glaring differences, Anthony helps her to be "her more authentic self," to take risks and challenge herself physically as well as mentally. Both of these adorably sweet new adults are facing uncertain futures: work, college, travel. But both are haunted by events in their pasts that affect the way they approach decision-making in their lives. Maya was adopted (she was left at an orphanage in Guyana, South America when she was a baby.) At first, she was the usual outgoing, rambunctious child growing up, but one day she wandered off and got lost on a family hiking trip when she was seven years old and she still has not gotten over the fear that popped into her fearful little head that her parents might have been relieved that she was gone and could then look for a better, more well-behaved child. Since then, she has curbed her natural outgoing instincts and has toed the line, trying to blend in with her adopted family. But Mai's exuberant, witty personality can only be smothered for so long - her undeniable attraction to Anthony is the catalyst that forces her to admit that she has been making choices that fit in with her parents' expectations, rather than her own. Anthony was always "chill" about everything, but he used to be more goal-oriented and involved with life -before his father died of prostate cancer. Anthony never wants to be so invested in or excited about anything again, because it hurt too much when people died, dreams ended or plans failed. Anthony's mother is struggling with her husband's death just as much as Anthony is, but in the end, they both come to the realization that you can't live in fear of being hurt again. Yes, take precautions, make wise decisions - but keep taking those chances, say yes to love, and live life to the best of your ability. I enjoy reading YA and NA books for this very reason. Life teaches us many lessons:, and as we get older, most of us become more cautious and less enthusiastic about risk taking. But Anthony and Mai are vivacious, intelligent young lovers who needed to learn to make decisions for themselves and to take risks that are both physically and mentally challenging. Mai's parents may not approve of Anthony, but Mai finds the courage to defy and shatter their expectations by taking a stand and putting her needs first. I love that the ending is very realistic - but oh so satisfying. I was always happy to return to this book after diligently slogging through my set work hours each day. The witty banter pulled my spirits up so many times during this Quarantine.. I absolutely encourage everyone to read this book. All the stars and then some!

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  • Sweet story

    How to Quit Your Crush by Amy Fellner Dominy is a sweet summer story about Mai and Anthony and their efforts to stop being attracted to each other. Obviously things do not go as planned (not a spoiler!) and that's when the fun begins. I liked the dynamics of the book and how different but at the same time similar our characters are. They both had difficulties in the past that made them who they are now. I also really liked the writing style of the author and I'll probably try to read more of her work.

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  • Loved it!

    I read this book because I loved Mai as a side character in "Announcing Trouble," but that was nothing compared to her having her own book. Seeing her and Anthony together was perfect. I wished the book was longer, but only because I didn't want to stop reading it. I really hope there is more from this world.

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