"It's not like we're actually dating." "It's not like you're not dating," Lissa said. "Interesting way to look at it. So I'm not not-dating West, which makes me not-not his girlfriend, which sounds like some sort of double speak from a dystopian novel."Entangled Teen has set a very high (and super cute, fun, romantic, sweet...) bar for their YA contemporary reads, I have loved pretty much every book I have encountered by them this last year and I am so happy to report that this is another fabulous read. There were so many moments where I was absolutely charmed by the characters or burst out laughing while I was reading this book- seriously, I fell in love with the story right from the first chapter. The pacing was absolutely perfect, I was 100% engaged with the story and rooted for the characters, and I found myself speeding through the story because the writing was so approachable as well as I didn't want to put down the book. But this book was not all fluffy rainbows and unicorns, there was also some hard topics like mental illness that needed to be addressed, it was well done and all heart. Nina was great, and I found so many of my own personality quirks in her- her inability to give a straight answer and her debating just for the heck of it, the fact she likes to keep people on their toes, the sheer force of her stubbornness, her love of books and all things Harry Potter (the references through the book were the best!) and the fact her fun Friday date includes hanging out at the bookstore- yeah, I am pretty sure I just found my book spirit animal (doppleganger?).
"Isn't there some guy out there with a huge library you'd rather spend your time with?" "Awww." I patted him on the shoulder. "Are you insecure about the size of your library? I'm sure it's fine."www.chriscannonauthor.com.