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  • fanfic-esque juvenile romance

    this book was so infuriating to read but at the same time i couldn't put it down. i wasn't a fan of the writing style, the characters were unbelievably annoying, and the plot was so unrealistic it was painful, but dear god i just had to know what happened next. this book is the epitome of a "guilty pleasure" for me. very similar to After by Anna Todd, the main character Amanda goes off to college and immediately runs into a group of frat boys, and the one she's most interested in can't seem to decide if he likes her back or not. it was extremely frustrating seeing their lack of communication and the games they played with each other, but GOD it made me want a boyfriend so bad. overall, pretty much every aspect except the small romantic details were mediocre. if you're really into fanfic style romance, i'd highly recommend this book to you. i received a complimentary copy of this book from the author via Voracious Readers Only

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  • A well written and sweet NA romance story!

    Is This Me? By Tricia Copeland 4 stars This was such a lovely story to read with a really great set of characters. It was a great NA/Coming of age story and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. This isn’t the first book that I have read by this author so I knew that I would be in for a nice, easy to read book with wonderful characters 0 and that is exactly what I got. I really liked Amanda and I really did feel sorry for her. I think transitioning from high school to college is such a big thing even with friends already there that you know. I liked reading about how she dealt with everything. Having gone through counselling myself I could resonate with some of the feelings she had about actually going to see her therapist. She was really lucky to have such amazing friends who seemed to love her. I did struggle with her relationship with Doug and found myself frustrated with him. It was obvious that there was an attraction there and he really cared for her. I can see what happened between the two of them caused her to question things. I thought the author explored their relationship well. But I still liked Doug; he was so sweet to Amanda especially during the first few chapters. I so wanted these two to end up together! Overall a really sweet, well written NA story that I highly recommend.

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  • It fit well.

    Generally, I don't care for books written in first-person. I found the book well-written. The characters well developed. It wasn't the type of plot I generally enjoy. But I can see it's appeal.

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