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  • It starts with a list

    Rules of Rebellion by Amity Hope is a contemporary YA novel about two friends, Leo Zimmerman and Kylie Jenkins, who are about to let loose and be a little rebellious while realizing they may be more than just friends. Leo Zimmerman has been crushing on Kylie Jenkins since the fifth grade and now that they are in their senior year of high school he is not any closer to finding the nerve to ask her out even though they've become friends with their best friends, Luke and Meg, dating. So, when Kylie comes up with a "Senior Checklist" of things she wants to do break out of her shell, Leo volunteers to do them with her. Kylie Jenkins is tired of hearing from her sister that her life is boring and it doesn't help that her parents are way overprotective. After listening to her sister, Allie, tell her how boring her life was and how she has not had a boyfriend yet, she writes down a list of things she'd want to do as a way to blow off steam. Not realizing that soon enough, she'd actually be doing them…with a little help. I enjoyed Rules of Rebellion. Ms. Hope really let these characters shine and showed you their vulnerabilities and sensitive sides right off the bat. It really made it easy to become interested in these characters and their story as they slowly progressed from friends to falling more in love. The little adventures they go on as they began checking items on the list was great. The only thing that kept this from being perfect for me was how the conflict was interwoven into the story. It didn't entirely work for me though it is hard to describe why without giving too much away. Overall though, Rules of Rebellion by Amity Hope is a great romance about falling in love, being yourself, and being rebellious…in a good way. I happily recommend. (I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book I received for free from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)

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  • Sweet read

    I really enjoyed this sweet YA read. Kylie and Leo are so cute together and Kylie's list of rebellions is amusing. The only problem I had with this story is the fact that it's a little hard to believe that such a good girl could actually exist. Kylie's a senior in high school who have never been on a date, never gone to a party, never had a boyfriend? College would crush a girl like this. This is the story of what happens when the good girl decides to rebel with the help of her best friend Leo. It's fun, it's sweet, and it's definitely worth the read. I highly recommend it.

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  • This is one set of rules you will want to follow.

    If you are looking for a fun, easy read, then look no further. Amity Hope has another set of rules you need to read. Kylie is feeling a little left our after both her best friends got boyfriends. She decided to come up with a checklist of things to do before she graduates. Leo, who has liked Kylie for years, finds the list and convinces Kylie to let him help her complete it. As items get checked off the list, feelings and secrets begin to come to the surface that could bring Kylie and Leo together or end their friendship for good. I really liked this book. The only thing that kept me from loving the book was at times I found myself not liking Kylie. I just wanted to go through the pages and give her a clue. Eventually, she would do something that made me like her again, and by the end of the book, I loved her as much as Leo. This will definitely become a staple in my reread pile. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Rebels

    This is my first book by this author and I loved her writing style. I was drawn in from the very beginning. Leo has crushed on Kylie for years, even when he wasn't even on her radar. When Kylie creates a list of things she'd like to do to rebel a little and Leo finds it, he convinces her to let him help. Their connection continues to grow while they are stepping outside their boxes. This book was light on the drama, which is refreshing for a YA story. This was a cute, fun, easy read that can standalone. I'm definitely adding The Rules of Persuasion to my TBR!!! *This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*

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  • It is good

    This book could be just a little better. I got bored at the start of the book but pushed myself to read more. there is a secrect that caught my attention. Tough this book is cool.

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