Last week we did the boys from the series, now it’s on to the ladies! Whether you are a bigger fan of Anna (sensible, ambitious, in love with cinema), Lola (quirky, fashion-obsessed, original), or Isla (responsible, shy, intelligent) – I want to know about it in the comments! Let me know who you’d marry, who you’d date, and who you’d dump. Continue reading “Marry, Date or Dump: Anna, Lola, & Isla”
I feel like I a dummy that I didn’t think of this book series sooner for marry, date or dump. I mean there are three boys and three girls, and almost 99% of my Internet friends are debating who there favorites are right now. I thought we’d start with boys. Let me know in the comments who you’d marry, date, and dump when given the choices of Etienne St. Clair, Cricket, and Josh. I’m usually pretty laissez-faire about how people answer, but this week I’m going to put my foot down and say you can’t marry all three (no matter how much you want to!). Continue reading “Marry, Date or Dump: Etienne St. Clair, Cricket, & Josh”
I didn’t faint from extreme emotion while reading this book … but the writing, character-development, tension, voice and (of course) romantic hero are all so incredible swoon-worthy in this book that I think if I were the fainting type Isla and the Happily Ever After, by Stephanie Perkins, would totally have had me reaching for my smelling salts.
In my mind Stephanie Perkins can do no wrong when it comes to contemporary YA romance. Like many fans of her previous books, I’ve been eagerly waiting and anticipating this last companion book. Continue reading “Isla and the Happily Ever After, by Stephanie Perkins”