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    Not your typical YA romance!

    I'm going to begin by saying that I usually don't read YA romance. It's just not my thing. But. This is LLV, and I couldn't not read it. However skeptical I was, I just knew it would be worth reading. Even though this isn't her norm, she Blew It Out Of The Water!!!! Banner and Perry's story made me want to start all over again as soon as I finished reading it! Banner is a typical teenager, with some not so typical problems. He does his best to handle it on his own, but it's led to him beginning his senior year in a new school, away from all of his friends. He isn't sure what to expect, exactly, but he knows he has to deal with it and plans to make the best of it. First day, one glimpse of Perry, changes everything! This book is totally a stand alone, but is connected to books from previous series, mostly through family connections. I loved catching up with much loved characters from some of my favorite books, but this story shines through those connections. Even without those special touches I've come to love from LLV, this is such an amazing book. As much as I usually avoid YA books, I'm kind of hoping for stories from the rest of Banner & Perry's friends!
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    This is what I consider a solid beach time read.

    **Sigh** Absolutely Positively a must-read! All the feels wrapped up in a heart-melting emotional roller-coaster that I definitely would ride a second time. This is what I consider a solid beach time read. Sometimes I just want/need something that gives me all the feels without expending a whole lot of energy (not really the best description but hopefully you get the jest) This is not a complicated story line and there isn't a whole lot going on that you need to keep track of. Insta love with the sweetest of physical intimacy A nemesis that just sort of fades out. A bit on the far fetched side - but it works here! I came away feeling a whole lot better and with a big ole smile.
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    Review: Somethin' About That Boy

    Somethin' About That Boy by Lani Lynn Vale is a standalone contemporary romance set in Lani's world of Kilgore, Texas. Banner Spurlock is the youngest son of Killian red "Trance" Spurlock and Vidalia "Viddy" Sheffield (Kevlar To My Vest) & Perry Street is the feisty, sporty love interest in this story. As with all LLV books I have read to date - the emotions and feelings are practically instant and undeniable between the main characters. We are back at Kilgore High School, the year after the shooting that took place in Ask Me If I Care and centered on students in the same grade as Slone who was a secondary character in that story. Perry is independent, loyal and is determined to do all she can to excel in the sports she loves. When Banner moves to town there is immediate interest, even though he ends up on the football team and in the social circles of her nemesis, cheerleader Symphony, she can't hide her interest entirely. But when the reason for Banner transferring from Louisiana ends up following (stalking) him all the way to Kilgore it uts perry in his crosshairs as well. Well-written and well-paced, another wonderful insta-love steamy tale of alpha heroes and the women that can match them step for step. Enjoy!
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    Amazing!!!

    Banner and Perry are an amazing couple! So much love and strength! I laughed, cried and wanted to hit someone (Vance), at least 50 times! Young love at it's finest! Lani Lynn Vale has done it again!! Written with heart and soul!! I just need more!! PLEASE???
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    enjoyable

    4 Star Review Somethin’ About That Boy by Lani Lynn Vale  This is Banner Spurlock and Perry Street’s story. I don’t normally read YA/NA books but Lani Lynn Vale’s writing style is one I enjoy. Somethin’ About That Boy was an emotional and well written story with characters that are likeable and easy to relate too. This was a good read, with drama, angst and sweet romance with a hero and heroine who you cannot help but fall for. The situations certainly took me back to my teenage years and I have to say I am glad that I am no longer in that age group.     Although a stand alone, there are some familiar faces who pop up and it was great to catch up with them.
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