Kissing Perfect By Lauren Barnholdt – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Although I enjoyed this story more than I did the first three, Kissing Perfect still had it’s flaws. For one thing, the relationship between the two. “Perfect,” Cooper says, apparently not rattled by the fact that the people he’s .. then we’ll kiss and I’ll look around at my perfect house and my perfect husband.
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The main character in the book, Kelsey, just got expelled from Concordia Prep after an incident laureh her ex-boyfriend, Rex. I really feel like I read this at the perfect time.
Kissing Perfect (At the Party, #4) by Lauren Barnholdt
And, as you can see, despite my best efforts, I totally missed the balance. This review also appears on my blog: I say it’s okay, for a beginning chapter of a book, it’s a start, and makes you hope for more. The At The Party series is a little monotonous to me. Mar 28, Jaime Arkin rated it liked it Shelves: If I had the guts to, I mean.
He needs a scholarship to go to college and th Often people with trauma don’t always face their fears and sadness by themselves. Harper was pretty push, which I could understand to a point, but I think she was a bit over the top.
But a little “sparkle” is enough to flick into something else. Even if I was younger, I probably wouldn’t have liked this book. He hates people feeling sorry for him or pushing him, when he’s down.
B probably doe Actual Rating: It was so so so good, people. I almost feel like this is an outline of a story and isn’t fleshed out. This story tries too hard, it really does. But I started the notebook when I was twelve, so I figure I have a little bit of wiggle room in the psychiatric disorders department. Plot This book isn’t very long, but it’s still almost pages and I felt like pretty much nothing happened.
This made the relationship seem shallow. Perfecr to Read saving….
Maybe if it was longer the author would have been able to flush out the story and the characters more. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Try as I might, however, reading Through To You proved to be little more than a test of my tolerance, my patience, and most importantly, my sanity. I would recommend this book to ksising young adult who loves to read about crazy young love. This is my first book from Lauren Barnholdt but it certainly won’t be my last.
Isaac – another bad boy being add to my list.
Kissing Perfect by Lauren Barnholdt – FictionDB
On top of that, their voices felt strained, and I kept weirdly switching between thinking “this is exactly the type of writing style I would use in my high school creative writing assignments” although obviously Lauren Barnholdt is much better at it than I ever was at fifteen and “this is what an adult thinks teenagers talk and think like, except they don’t at all. It always continues to amazing me how much I enjoy Lauren Barnholdt as an author.
More books from this author: Meaning that, you know, Jeremiah calls her when he wants to hook up, and Marissa keeps waiting for it to turn into something else. They start to hang out, kising school and have fun.
I perfedt this book flowed pretty well, and it was paced slowly at the beginning and began barnholct pick up quickly at the last quarter of the book. If all YA contemporary novels were like this I did feel like the characters were a little hard to connect to.
Not every day or anything. Her words make Penn believe that there’s hope for him. Cooper is a senior, a year older than us, and his big dream was to get into Brown. Barnholdt tries to make this one a bit more edgier with one of the main character’s perfecf very broken.
This book was average but with zero redeeming qualities. A hilarious and sweet teen novel by Lauren Barnholdt, the author of two-way street. Jan 19, Bianca Molina rated it it was amazing.
So Brynn does her best to ignore the butterflies in her stomach, chalking it up to post-break-up craziness. The whole activity became a circus and they found themselves being called to the principal’s office once again. I read and re-read it in the same day!! Other than that – there isn’t much to perfecf about the two. Penn—resident heartbreaker of the senior class. Mon avis sur le blog: I loved watching Harper and Penn get to know each other.
Jul 11, Sam rated it did not like it. Marzetti, Penn considers his last hope at rehabilitation dashed. Sure Kelsey beats the mess out of an almost-award-winning smart car that her ex MADE as in his own hands kind of made, but other than that she is a little shallow and self-centered. This is one of the funniest and most romantic YA reads ever. Back and forth points of view with hilarious, pitch perfect transitions.
The main characters have rough problems, kissjng, but neither of them feel realistic and are mentioned off-handedly during the book which makes this book try to be important and moving.