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The story: When West Ryder loses his mother in a car accident he blames her death on his father. If he hadn't been driving drunk and ran a red light then that truck never would have run into their car killing his mother on the spot. His relationship with his father is instantly damaged beyond repair. They barely exist to each other and constantly argue and belittle each other. Unable and unsure how to cope with the loss of his mother and rising tensions with his father, West creates a video blog and spills his inner most thoughts to a bunch of strangers...135,789 strangers to be exact. Nobody around him knows about his blog, or so he thinks. The vlog gives him something to invest his time and energy into, and along with the help of his best friend Cat Davenport he's able to manage his emotions. And then the pizza lovin Harper Knight comes along. Everyday at the same time (2:02pm) she leaves him a message. They instantly connect and after months of conversation they finally agree to meet. Much to West's surprise, Harper is actually his best friend Cat. While his feelings for Cat are changing he's still not willing to give up his best friend. She's the only one he can rely on who's always been there for him. He's too afraid to love her for fear of losing her just like he lost his mother.Read more ›
Going into Click to Subscribe, I already had this gut feeling that I was going love this book. Naturally, I was right. After a long anticipated wait, I dug right in, ditching all other books upon receiving the ARC.
L. M. introduces readers into a completely new take on best friend romance to a more realistic and emotionally driven level. Click To Subscribe promises a clean YA romance that will either keep you crying or laughing throughout. Heck, I was laughing and crying at the same time so darn much my mother swore she was going to take me to see a doctor at that rate.
'Vlogging is something I can't not do, and I never feel more at peace than when I'm talking in front of the camera, filming my next vlog. Some nights I stay up thinking about what to vlog about next, while on other nights, I lie awake smiling at the fact that I have, like, real subscribers- the one constant in my life nowadays.'
Dystopian, sci-fi, thriller, this, that, blah, blah. What's the common trait? The characters are so freakin serious. In that genre, yes, I love it. But in contemporary, I say that borders somewhat illegal to do. Who would want monotone, dead seriously people who just whet round killing people, all perfect and URGH. Contemporary is meant to be much more realistic and relatable. Unlike other YA romances, the characters L. M. created were flawless and genuine. Both Cat and West were how I envisioned teen characters to act- compete nerds that I could easily become emotionally attached to.
The way the author illustrated West was extraordinary, two words off the top of my head are sarcastic and messed up.Read more ›
...but not in the literal sense. He is a vlogger that has over 135k+ subscribers and one of them happens to catch his interest. Her name is Harper and between their philosophical conversations about pizza, West starts falling in love.
But like most teens, falling in the love the first time is not without a hitch or two.
And the hitch is that Harper is not real. In fact, the girl West has been falling in love with, is none other than his best friend Cat.
West is then tied up in dealing with a less than stellar home life, his feelings for Cat, and the inevitable threat that he might lose her for good.
There were SO many things about Click To Subscribe that I loved. One of them being that it was TRUE Young Adult. I have been having a hard time reading YA novels lately and not being completely turned off because
1. It's cheesy
2. It's New Adult masking as YA.
Nothing feels weirder than reading a YA book about two 16 year olds getting it on. I mean let's be realistic, that is NORMAL, but there is more to youth than gratuitous sexy times.
I LOVED seeing the genuine feelings between Cat and West that weren't centered around just attraction. Their banter was hilarious, their situation was understandable, and as mad as I was mad at West for how he handled things I still understood him.
"When your best friend tells you that she loves you, you can do one of three things: You can tell her you love her too and then make out passionately. You can run away. Or you can just stare at her for what feels like a century without speaking a word like a senseless idiot and only create more awkwardness for everyone. Guess what reaction was mine?Read more ›
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Awesome book even though I didn't really like how it turned out.Published 7 months ago by Ansley McGraw
I went into this book expecting sweetness and fun and got a whole lot more. It's funny and cute, yes, but also kinda heartbreaking and sad. Read morePublished 9 months ago by megnk1
Showed promise at the start and went nowhere after that. Sorry...not a favorite.Published 11 months ago by Allison S. Bell
It was very repetitive, almost like nothing else came to mind so the author decided to just repeat the same argument just to fill the pages out. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
it was a good story. I really like the character car because she reminds me of a girl I know. I think the story was cute but some of the dialogue was crazy over the top and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Gary E.
I would not suggest this book because of the language in it. I look for clean books so anyone who wants a nice sweet read, the cover can be deceiving. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Meagan
Beautiful book filled with love, death, vlogs and ice cream contests. Highly recommend this book!
For ages 12+
Cute and funny teenage love story....especially enjoyed if you love ice cream!Published 18 months ago by color
It was okay. I was expecting more to be honest.Published 18 months ago by Teresa @ The Shadow Realm
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