Little and Sexuality Problems

 Little and Lion By: Brandy Colbert

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Summary


When Suzette comes home to Los Angeles from her boarding school in New England, she isn’t sure if she’ll ever want to go back, after being sent away by her parents because of her brothers mental health issues. L.A. is where her friends and family are along with her crushes, And her stepbrother, Lionel, who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She soon finds out that everything isn’t the same as when she left, even she herself has changed.

She tries to settle back into her old life, Suzette finds herself falling for someone new, the same girl her brother is in love with. As she is trying to find out who her true self is, she has to juggle keeping the secret from her parents that her brother has stopped taking his meds, and trying not to give away the fact that she has a thing for the girl of his dreams.

Review


First thoughts

So when the book started I was very open to this book it is supposed to be a book about finding yourself and discovering who you truly are but I did not know that it meant that about your sexuality. Now I am hetrosexual so I have never had to struggle with my sexuality or have ever went through something like what this book is starting to go through, but I am struggling with a mental health issue so I can relate to Lion in this case and I can relate to his struggle in a way.

So far the book is a good flowing book, there isn’t a ton of filler and it gets to the key points in every chapter there is no forcing myself to read page after page, I like who the author lets me into the mindset of Suzette so that I might understand the struggle that some homosexual people face, like one of my friends who is trying to find himself which I support but his parents not so much. Not only does she drop you in the mind of an unknowing girl but you also get the vision of the other girls the ones who are open about their relationships with other girls and how they view being Bisexual even though Suzette begs to differ.

For the characters I feel like Suzette is the only person we really get to dive deep into, she is really the only one we get to hear the thoughts of unless they are voiced aloud, the other characters are seen through her eyes and we only get to see how she perceives them to act. Lion is a character that is trying to evolve into something more I just do not think I have made it that far yet.

The plot so far is pretty unknown, unless it is about Suzette finding her sexuality and Lion conquering his mental illness, other than that I am not sure what the plot could be but I think I am getting close to scratching the surface because I am 200 pages in and I feel like I should have some sort of a idea by now right?

 

Final Thoughts

So the plot to this story is not some grand event with rainbow and butterflies popping out everywhere and you just grab the book and hug it to your chest with delightment because you have finished this book and the message it gave you just touches your soul. NOPE, you are wrong my friend the plot is nothing but Suz helping Lion get his life together which really is not that screwed up, I understand his mental illness and his struggle with not wanting to take his meds because of the way they make him feel but you do not just give up taking them, you just have to find what is right for you medicine is not pinpointed down to every person it is based on the problem and the average of how people react to it. Then you also have Suz how is going from being Gay to Straight to Bisexual, which I was hoping this book would focus more on that, people have said this book is about finding yourself when you’re stuck in between your past self and your future self but I feel like we just scraped the surface and was like good enough and moved on.

Maybe for those of you who are struggling with your Sexuality and trying to find your true self you might be able to relate and find this book to be the love of your life, but I still feel like there are way better books out there about finding yourself. I can honestly say if you asked me what this book was about I would say 20% is about Suz freaking out over Lion 70% is about Suz life as a teenager and how she acts around her family and friends and 10% is about her struggle with her Sexuality and finding herself. Which (I won’t spoil it) in the end was a big what just happened here type of moment, where you the reader are left to think up the ending of the book how you think things will turn out for young Suz and Lion.

I understand cliffhangers and even though I hate them they have a purpose but this book is it just a single book with no second coming out (that I know of) so WHY!

The characters are some that I don’t care about I see Suz point of view and it seems to me she can be a little possessive and a freaks out way too much when it comes to Lion, even if he is her brother and he was off his meds. Emil I felt so sorry for him being dragged into this and just there through it all. Rafaela to me is a total stuck up girl who wants to start some drama, I mean she is the reason why that guy even showed up in the first place.

All and all I won’t read this book again I will probably give it to my Bisexual friend and see about their take on the book to see if i’m just being heartless because I don’t understand the struggle but I say pass, if you want a book about finding your true self look somewhere else.

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Next Week Reviews

1. They Lying Game By: Ruth Ware

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The text message is just three words: I need you.
Isa drops everything, takes her baby daughter and heads straight to Salten. She spent the most significant days of her life at boarding school on the marshes there, days which still cast their shadow over her now.
Something terrible has been found on the beach. Something which will force Isa to confront her past, together with the three best friends she hasn’t seen for years, but has never forgotten. Theirs is no cozy reunion: Salten isn’t a safe place for them, after what they did.
At school the girls used to play the Lying Game. They competed to convince people of the most outrageous stories. But for some, did the boundary between fact and fantasy become too blurred?

2. Little & Lion By: Brandy Colbert

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When Suzette comes home to Los Angeles from her boarding school in New England, she isn’t sure if she’ll ever want to go back. L.A. is where her friends and family are (along with her crush, Emil). And her stepbrother, Lionel, who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, needs her emotional support.

But as she settles into her old life, Suzette finds herself falling for someone new…the same girl her brother is in love with. When Lionel’s disorder spirals out of control, Suzette is forced to confront her past mistakes and find a way to help her brother before he hurts himself–or worse

 

 

3. The Woman in Cabin 10 By: Ruth Ware

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In this tightly wound story, Lo Blacklock, a journalist who writes for a travel magazine, has just been given the assignment of a lifetime: a week on a luxury cruise with only a handful of cabins. At first, Lo’s stay is nothing but pleasant: the cabins are plush, the dinner parties are sparkling, and the guests are elegant. But as the week wears on, frigid winds whip the deck, gray skies fall, and Lo witnesses what she can only describe as a nightmare: a woman being thrown overboard. The problem? All passengers remain accounted for—and so, the ship sails on as if nothing has happened, despite Lo’s desperate attempts to convey that something has gone terribly, terribly wrong.

4. A Million Junes By: Emily Henry

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For as long as Jack “June” O’Donnell has been alive, her parents have had only one rule: stay away from the Angert family. But when June collides—quite literally—with Saul Angert, sparks fly, and everything June has known is thrown into chaos.
Who exactly is this gruff, sarcastic, but seemingly harmless boy who has returned to their hometown of Five Fingers, Michigan, after three mysterious years away? And why has June—an O’Donnell to her core—never questioned her late father’s deep hatred of the Angert family? After all, the O’Donnells and the Angerts may have mythic legacies, but for all the tall tales they weave, both founding families are tight-lipped about what caused the century-old rift between them. As Saul and June’s connection grows deeper, they find that the magic, ghosts, and coywolves of Five Fingers seem to be conspiring to reveal the truth about the harrowing curse that has plagued their bloodlines for generations. Now June must question everything she knows about her family and the father she adored, and she must decide whether it’s finally time for her, and all the O’Donnells before her, to let go.

 

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A Court of Disapointment and Clifhangers

A Court of Wings and Ruin. By: Sarah J. Mass

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SUMMARY


Alright, buckle up ladies and gentleman because we have a lot to weather here, no really we are about to go through all four season of the high courts.

Ferye is back in the spring court pretending that everything is fine and happy just as it had been before Amarantha, she is eating, laughing and even painting again, however she is making the spring court a living nightmare. Ianthe tries to pull one over on Feyre telling her and Lucien how she thought they wanted Nesta and Elain to be fey like them, Feyre bits her tongue as does Lucien but she harbors her hate deep down waiting for the perfect moment to strike. While in the spring court the king of Hybern sends his niece(Brannagh) and nephew(Dagdan) who are twins, along with Jurian, to keep Tamlin company while also trying to bring down the wall. Ferye has been causing major problems for Tamlin and Ianthe, she makes Tamlin question Lucien and Feyre’s relationship, all his guards turn against him along with his people. One the last visit to the wall with Lucien, Jurian, Brannagh, and Dagdan, Feyre has decided to return home now that Tamlin’s court is in complete shambles and is ready to fall at any given moment, but along the way she finds Lucien, who then decides to come with Feyre to find Elain.

Feyre is poisoned by faebane so she cannot winnow like she had planned to do instead Lucien winnows them as far as he can but they must now trek through the Autumn Court, Home to Lucien’s family who would much rather see him dead than in their court. After a few days of traveling they are intercepted by Lucien’s brothers, one of whom is Eris(Oh yes the evil man himself, get ready it’s about to get good!) They fight against the brothers and are able to get away from them and they chose to settle in a cave on the mountains that hold the border of the Winter Court, here Feyre tells Lucien about her sister Elain. The next day they enter the Winter Court but are again found by Lucien’s brothers. However Cassian and Azriel arrive and take them to the night court.

Once Rhysand returns to Velaris, after being on the human side of the wall gathering information, him and Feyre reunite with each other and he agrees to take in Lucien but only after all three males threaten his life if he makes any mistakes. Feyre then goes to the house of wind to visit her sisters accompanied by Lucien and Cassian, she find Nesta in the library and discovers something strange and ancient rest inside her sister, she also finds out her and Cassian have been doing nothing but fighting daily. She then visits Elain’s room to find her heartbroken and wanting to return to her human love Graysen as they were to be married in a week.

The Inner Circle decides to host a meeting with all the High Lords of all the courts(yes this includes Tamlin and the Autumn court) to seek help and to band together to fight in this war. They also decided to seek help of a mortal queen, one the other sisters had cursed and sold to a man who adores beautiful women, but she is hidden somewhere on the human side of the wall and after a heated debate about who would go Lucien offers to go on the journey to keep his mind off of Elain, who still rejects his love. Amren is still trying to translate the Book of Breathings, and later begins training Nesta to use the magic she had stolen from the cauldron. While Feyre trains with Cassian to help improve her fighting and Azriel to help show her how to fly.

The meeting then takes place in the Dawn Court as Thesan agreed to. Thesan high lord of Dawn is accompanied by his captain of guard and lover. Helion high lord of Day with a few of his guards, followed by Kallias high lord of Winter and his mate Viviane who is Mor’s best friend. Next to appear is Tarquin high lord of summer with Varian and Cresseida, lastly in comes Beron high lord of Autumn with his wife and sons and right before they call the meeting to start Tamlin comes in by himself. Maybe they can stay civil long enough to prepare for the war that is to come and not kill each other.

Review


My first thoughts reading this book were how and the heck am I going to be able to get through so many pages of Feyre being with Tamlin! I was so hyped for this book I forgot I would have to suffer through that horrible event, but it wasn’t very horrible at all to be honest. I loved everything Feyre was doing to Ianthe and the evil Hybern twins, I was begging her to let Lucian slap Ianthe for what she did to the sisters talking about ” I thought you wanted to make them Fae,” she knows that is total bull. I must say though I think what Feyre did to Tamlin is a little bit wrong okay. I said it. I did, kill me know, but I mean he did it out of love. He feels the love for her that she feels for Rhys now you tell me Feyre would not go through what Tamlin went through to get Rhys back because I think she would. Maybe not as far as using her sisters but I mean everything else he did yes. He thought what he was doing was right and I get that it wasn’t all rainbows and butterflies but he was trying. After a girl you love dies then comes back to life then wants to go back out into danger and is also forced to go see a Evil Night court guy (because that is how the rest of the courts see Rhys) I think I can see where I would try and keep her safe and protected.

I had such a hard time putting this book down throughout the middle of the book. I just wanted to make it to the ending I had so many questions that needed to be answered. There was so much character growth in this book that I just fell in love with everyone all over again. You get to see a new side of the people you thought you knew, secrets are exposed and there is such so much GOD I’m getting excited just thinking about it. The sisters are my favorite part I must admit, at first Nesta I hated she was so ungrateful mistreating my poor Cassian I wanted to smack her around, and poor Elain I just wanted to hug her and tell her everything would be okay, and the one person who she seems to connect with I was shocked at how different someone can act when around another person, Elain literally brings the good out in everyone.

Now this is where it gets ugly because the ending was a let down for me. All my questions I still have no answers to. Like everything this book had built up every single detail that I was so hyped to find out, after reading 707 FREAKING PAGES!! I still got no answers. I was so mad when I finished this book I wanted to scream. The Golden queen, what happens to her? Lucian and Elain? The Humans? The Fae? Tamlin? Just everything about this ending sucked for me! Then at the end we get a spin off book which people are saying will be from the point of view of one of the characters now but we have no for sure yet. So all these things you have rattling around in your head you might never get an answer. I feel like the ending was just not a good one, the book built up so much hype throughout it just to sizzle out in the end.

Another thing Rhys being all Night court primal male turns into Feyre’s lap dog. Like the dark sweet Rhys we fell in love with is gone and it’s just Rhys taking orders from Feyre and love Feyre, I was just so over Rhys and Feyre halfway through the book, It broke my heart a little to say that, The Rhys I fell in love with in the second book the strong alpha male who was like the back bone of everyone and was always protecting his family with his swagger of cockiness is just gone, so get ready for that.

I loved the series, I do I loved that start of this book but the ending it was a big let down. I think that the second book is still the best book out of all three, but this book is worth a read just don’t get all fully hyped about it unless you just like it for the story and the love then yeah you won’t care about the ending but I am invested in this book I sunk the time into loving this book. I grown attached to these characters that I need to know what happens to them I don’t want another cliff hanger and wait another year for a book that might or might not answer the questions that you will be asking yourself if your are also invested into it.

The Overwritten Child

The Child By: Fiona Barton

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This book is a point of view book, it switches from one person’s point of view to another person’s point of view.

SUMMARY


Kate waters is a reporter for the daily Post and comes across a story about a baby’s skeleton that has been found in the in the old building’s garden of Howard street in London. Kate makes this story how new priority with the question she cannot stop asking herself “who is the building site baby?” Kate with her new intern Joe go to Howard street to try and hunt down some clues as to who the baby might be. On Howard street the construction workers are in full swing as she walks to a house across the road to find an old woman there named Miss Walker who was more then happy to give her some information about the work site manager who had found the baby. Kate soon finds herself deeply involved in the story when the site manager tells her about where the baby was found and who actually found it.

Emma is a woman who used to live on Howard street with her mother and in one of the apartments where the baby’s body was found. She is known to have mental issues dealing with depression and anxiety and with the story of the baby popping up she seems to be even more on edge. Starting to worry about if her mother had seen the story in the paper or not she phones Jude, her mother, that she has not talked to in ten years to see what she might know, which turns into a reunion, but not a very happy one where  Emma must now go and visit her mother. Once there they start to bring up the past about Will, Jude’s boyfriend at the time, and how she had chosen him or her sending Emma to go and live with her grandmother at the age of sixteen. Will had told Jude it was tough love and it needed to be done.

Kate finds a detective that she is still pretty good friends with at a party for a going away co-worker and they start to talk about the baby’s body being found at the building site. The baby’s body had been buried for thirty to forty years and the detective, Bob Sparks, says he can think of at least three cases where children were taken from their parents but never found but only one of the cases could be the baby that was buried in the ground. It was a case about Alice Irving, a newborn who had been taken from her mother’s hospital room while she went to take a shower and was never found.

Angela Irving had been following up on the baby’s story in the paper just knowing that it had to be her baby, Alice, but she was driving herself sick thinking about and her husband Nick was starting to get tired of her crying and making herself sick from worry about the baby. After so many years of waiting to find out what happened to baby Alice she thought at last she had finally found her poor little girl. When Kate came to her door Angela had been waiting for this day she kept every single piece of newspaper clipping that had anything to do with Alice’s disappearance, but there was no connection as to how baby Alice could end up all the way on Howard street, and Kate had her doubts but Kate urged her to call the Detective to see about getting a DNA test to find out if the baby really is Alice.

Once the DNA had been taken from Angela Irving they would have to wait on the results, but Kate had other plans, she could not just stand around and wait so she and Joe went to go look up names that used to live in the apartments by looking at the electoral voters that had registered at that address. When the DNA test finally came back a few days later it turned out that the baby was a match to Angela and the baby was Alice, she was happy she finally found her child or did she?

 

REVIEW


So I must say this book literally drove me insane I want to know what happened to the baby and who the baby was. Then they tell you who the baby is like 100 pages in but then you have to read through  260 more pages and you’re like what could possibly be in these pages, why am I still reading this. Then you get like two more drama bombs dropped on your head and you’re like well I guess I need to keep reading. Then the whole time I was forcing myself to finish reading the book I figured out the ending on my own before I even finished it so then it was kinda a let down but I was hyped I guessed the right ending.

The last 100 pages I literally threw my book I was so aggravated that this book made me want to finish it because there was so much talking and running around I just wanted to know about the baby. I just wanted to know what happened to the baby, but I still had to read about the drama with Kate and her family, Jude and Emma and Angela and her daughter and husband. Then there was a bunch of crap going on with Kate, her boss and DC Sinclair. I was just going crazy I finally made it to the last 10 pages and I was so done at that point I was just completely finished with this book but still I had to finish it.

Once I did finish it I was kinda feeling like this 360 page book could have been a 200 page book if you would cut out a bunch of the useless crap, like Kate and her son fighting. Is that really a thing that needs to be put in the book? Or Angela and her daughter going to the spa? Like I get that you are trying to make these characters seem like real people and telling about their lives but I mean this book should not be 360 pages long because I wasted a lot of time going around in circles when I could have just went straight to the point. A book should not make you want to stop reading it. I book should make you want to finish it, which I did but only because it was taking so freaking long to get to the point of the book.

The characters in this book are all very bland except of Emma I think. She seems to be the most interesting to me seeing as how she went through all this crap in her life but is still there trying to make the best of things and fighting for the truth. Jude I simply hate, like really how self centered can you be, you stole someone’s baby to force a man to stay with you? Kate seems to be jealous of her son and when he doesn’t do what she wants him to do she throws a fit about it. Angela I just thought was pretty okay she is one character besides Emma who actually grew as a person no longer letting Alice be her entire world and focusing on the two kids that she did have until later of course.

All and all if you like a good mystery book I say give it a try you might like it I cannot say it was a horrible book because I did want to finish it but I think you can skim a couple of pages and still get all the information you need. BUT ONLY read this book if you like mystery or real life books because that is really all there is to this book with a slight hint of drama. I can say I will be putting this book on a shelf and will probably never read it again because I did not enjoy it very much at all.

The Upside or Downside? Of Unrequited!

The Upside of Unrequited. By: Becky Albertalli

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SUMMARY


 

Mental note before we start Molly has never dated, kissed, or hardly even talked to a guy before she is a heavy set girl although she is not obese she is just curvy as I would call her but to Molly she is fat and unattractive. So she doesn’t do guys she does crushes 27 to be exact. So just keep that in mind while reading the summary!

The story starts out with Molly Peskin-Suso and her twin sister Cassie with their friend Olivia all at a party when they met a girl name Mina and her guy friends named Max and Will. They all leave together to catch the Metro before it closes down when Cassie gets Mina’s number(YES! cassie is gay). The next morning is Molly’s first day of work when Cassie tells her that she and Mina are going to hook Molly and Will up together, which Molly finds to be a devastating idea due to the fact that she does not date guys much less talk to them. Molly arrives to work to find out her co-worker is a guy named Reid and she will be spending a lot of time with him while at work which she at first finds terrifying until she starts to notice Reid is just Reid and she doesn’t really see him as a guy she sees him for who he is. When Mina and Cassie go to call it official and start dating Molly starts to fall behind, while Mina and Cassie are having a blast and Molly is being forced to tag along with them while Will is nice and small talks with Molly, Max on the other hand is just there with his friends.

Once Cassie and Mina start to get more intimate Molly starts to notice the distance with Cassie they always tell each other everything but Cassie wasn’t telling her anything about how her and Mina were doing but she had no time to focus on that right now because Gay marriage was now legal as of today and Molly had a wedding to plan because her two mothers had just announced that they were finally going to get married after waiting years.( Also Molly and Cassie and their little brother Xavier are all donor sperm babies)

Once back at work Molly starts to get closer to Reid and they go to the store together and she starts to notice that she can tell him things she would never tell another boy. She starts to flirt with Reid without realizing it and she even promises him cookie dough, but when Grandma comes down she starts to talk to Molly once again about her weight and how she should try and lose some and not eat so much then maybe she can even get a boyfriend, which only brings up memories of Molly being called fat in seventh and eighth grade. Cassie has yet to give up on the fact that Will and Molly must date each other because it would just be too perfect Mina’s best friend dating Molly, Cassie’s best friend and soon she has roped in Abby(Cassie and Molly’s cousin and best friend) and Oliva to try and talk Molly into giving it a shot.

Molly is back to hanging out with Cassie, Mina and Will but this time there is alcohol and Molly has too much to drink and Olivia takes her home, back at home Cassie has a fight with Nadien(One of her moms) and ends up telling Molly she would rather hang out with Mina than her. At work Molly tells Reid that she thinks he is pretty cool and they end up getting soaking wet in the rain on the way home and just when Molly was about to let herself fall Cassie opened the door to the house and they both left it there.

 SPOILERS BELOW! IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW THE END!!!

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The next day Reid texted Molly to see if she wanted to go to a comic con with him and his friend but she told him no she was going to a party with Cassie and Mina, the party was full of teens with no parents and alcohol, a shady guy was trying to hit on Molly when Will stepped in to save her and said that they were dating after another fight with Cassie and making up the next morning they go to see Olivia who has been dumped by her boyfriend. That is when the girls hatch the plan of a sleep over with Reid, Will, Max, Olivia, and Mina, while at the sleep other Will seems like he is into Molly and clings to her while Reid watches them and the way they act. When Molly wakes up she finds Olivia cuddled up with Reid downstairs under a cover, they say they were just talking but Molly has a feeling there was more there. Not to mention when she arrives at work Olivia is there buying a picture frame and Reid offers to walk her back to Molly’s house and out of spite Molly texts Will to hangout. Molly lets herself fall for once in her life she takes a chance and goes to kiss Will and feel butterflies but she is turned down and Will tells her he just wants to be friends and he knows he acts flirtatious but he didn’t mean to make her think he liked her and she forgave and and moved on. Until she made it home to find Olivia, Mina and Cassie working on her center pieces painting animals on them and her and Cassie have another blowout along with Molly confronting Reid which just upsets them both when Molly refuses to tell Reid how she really feels about him. When everything is broken and she has nowhere else to turn to she calls Abby who helps her find her true self and she comes to terms with the fact that she does like Reid. Finally she texts Reid and tells him that she needs to talk and he comes willingly and tells her that he likes her too and they kiss. Molly’s First actual kiss. Molly now knows that her and her twin must make their own ways now not completely but they each need to let each other go just a little bit to share them with the person they love now.

REVIEW


 

Okay so let me start with the fact that this book is not a book I would normally buy or read at like all but I received it in a book box so I gave it a try and I didn’t totally hate it. In fact I found that I like this book more than I thought I would. Now I am a person who loves fantasy! Why would I want to read a book based on today’s world when I live in it like I read to go to different places and get lost in the magic of other worlds, but this book did give me faith that not all non-fantasy books are a waste of time.

I relate to Molly, I was like Molly in school I had crushes(Not 27 of them) but I had a couple and I was always so worried about my weight and rejection that I would never take a chance, I knew I wasn’t the skinniest girl in school nor was I the heaviest but I was pretty heavy I remember a couple of boys and girls making fun of the stuff I wore so I would keep covered you know always wear a jacket or something it was like my armor it keeps you hidden. There was this one boy who tried his best though and never gave up no matter how many times I shyed away or tried to keep myself hidden he would find me and break though. That boy is still with me and still my best friend and he tells me everyday how beautiful I am even though I think I could still lose some weight and I still try to wear clothes that cover me up.

Now don’t get me wrong this book was boring at the start I put it down at least three times and was like I am not reading this. Then I broke and was like fine i’ll give it a chance and I can say i’m glad I did. If you like books about love and romance along with a quirky girl and crushes this is your cup of tea, but for someone who is all about action and fantasy I would recommend you save your money and check this book out from a library or borrow it from a friend because you will more and likely only read it once unless you fall in love with Molly and Reid.

Molly and Reid are the only reason I fell in love with this book to be honest, I just love how they acted around each other and the way they found love. I could careless about Cassie and Mina or Molly and Will. I also think Will should be shunned from the group like you were not being flirtatious Will you were leading a girl on! I do not care what he says he deserves to be shunned at least for a couple of days. I only kept reading this book because of Molly and Reid if they did not end up together I was going to burn this book.

Cassie and Mina were just so bland and plain, Mina was just a girl with some guy friends who I thought was kinda stuck up in a way telling Reid that his shoes were a turnoff, but maybe i’m reading too much into this. I wish Abby would have been into this a little more I feel like her character could have offered so much more to the story.

All and all there is not a very compelling story and no action at all but I feel like this book is worth a read if you like highschool love triangles with a relatable character. If you love fantasy and action I would say pass it up because there is none of either the most action you will get is two sisters fighting and I can get that at family gatherings, or on reality T.V.