The characters were very real - I found myself connecting with them all, particularly Sarah.
If you're looking for a book that's fun, has a sweet romance and a great story about friendship, than I recommend picking up Flawless.
These questions and more were constantly spinning in my head, and until the very last few pages, I barely knew what to expect.
A light and easy read. Sweet and simple. Likable characters and good flow to the story. Didn't blow my mind, but was entertaining.Published 8 months ago by Anjena
I loved the book. But I really wish there would be a second one too. But I still enjoyed it.Published 11 months ago by kaelynsearle
This book was flawlessly written. Period. I can't imagine a book more well written the this one was. Again, FLAWLESS.Published 22 months ago by Madeline
Overall I was not disappointed; the author managed to subvert my expectations most of the time and delivered an ending that didn't feel convenient or forced. Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by D. R.
looks like an interesting book, but someone PLEASE tell me there are teen lit. books out there that don't use 'bad' words or, how shall i put this, talk about girls' chests? Read morePublished on November 9, 2012 by Margo T. Rose
This wasnt a typical YA romance, the main character wasnt a hopeless nerd waiting to be discovered. She had spunk and could speak for herself. Read morePublished on August 9, 2012 by PMG
Oh, I loved this book. It was fantastic and the relationship between Sarah and Kristin was wonderful to see. As was her relationship with her MOM. Love that! Read morePublished on March 28, 2012 by Kristi Davis
What a wonderful surprise this book was. I expected to be entertained after reading the blurb, but the book totally captured me and kept me up late. Read morePublished on February 2, 2012 by Loves Reading
This modern take on Cyrano is just right for a middle school audience. It's fun, but I got a little annoyed by all of Sara's back and forth about betraying her friend. Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by Jennifer Ashby