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- Print Length: 294 pages
- Publisher: CookieLynn Publishing (January 2, 2015)
- Publication Date: January 2, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OO0ZX9K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #270,561 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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How to Hook a Bookworm is the last book in the "How to" series by Cassie Mae. I couldn't wait to read this one because I freaking adored the previous two books. This time around we got to see Brea and Adam's love story. While different from the previous two novels , How to Hook a Bookworm was still enjoyable. I love how Cassie Mae can make her characters so relatable. She is able to put real life serious issues and still weave the story in a pleasurable manner.
My only issues with this story is that I felt that Brea spent too much time with Jay and not realizing her feelings for Adam. (There is a love triangle in this one) The other two books had the girls already know who they liked but this time Brea was pretty clueless about it. Frankly, it was quite frustrating at times. Too much time wasted. Other than that I enjoyed the story and loved seeing all the previous charterers.
Highly recommend this series and can not wait to read more from Cassie Mae.
You know what I love about this series for books? How completely different and unique each heroine was. Brea was a whole other animal, and in Band Geek I wondered how I would find her. I worried she would be too witchy (with a b) for me, but Ms. Mae really gives you an accurate look at who she is and *why* she is the way she is. I don't think I've ever met anyone like Brea....she had moments of rubbing me the wrong way, but in the end she surprised with how much I *did* like her. Adam ends up describing her perfectly in that she doesn't worry about all those normal high school things (what people think of her, fitting in)...partly b/c she has too much else going on in her life, but partly b/c she already understands that that's not important. And maybe she is the way she is b/c of the struggles she's already faced in her young life. But I think it's intrinsic to who she is.
It's funny how there were things that I wanted to be different, but in the end I appreciated it more because they *defied* my expectations, and were more authentic to the characters. Like Brea herself, but another example is her relationship with Levi. It's no secret I am in LOVE with Levi, so I guess I wanted them to have some sort of close relationship. But they don't. Not that they don't love each other, but they're not *those* siblings, you know? And in the end, regardless of what I wanted, what was is what should be. If I'd gotten my wish, I probably would have been disappointed in the end b/c it wasn't true to the characters. And it shows a different kind of familial connection. In some ways similar to my own sibling relationship -- I love my brother, but we're just never going to be *those* siblings.
Brea goes through so much in this book, and my heart breaks for her. I LOVE LOVE LOVE that Ms. Mae always addresses an important issue -- not just for today's youth (though it is nice to know that when *actual* young adults read these books, they have characters that they can look up to), but for anyone really. I know my own brother struggled with feeling "stupid", and it makes me sad to know that he still sometimes thinks of himself that way. But what Adam says is right -- there are different kinds of smart. And I wish there had been someone to more effectively get through to my bro when he was younger, like Adam was for Brea.
On the relationship side, that was a whole heck of a lot of frustration. BUT AGAIN, I think it wouldn't have been half as good of a story if it hadn't played out exactly as it played out. Don't you just want to hate Jay? And yet you don't. And that relationship was needed to show Brea some truths about herself. It was actually nice to see her going through the whole relationship confusion -- how she gets tingles with him, but how it's not all the time. That probably doesn't make sense, but it does in my head.
OK, this review is getting long enough. And I haven't even talked about Adam. I love that boy, but sometimes (at the end) I just wanted to smack him upside the head. ;) If you're reading the book and you start to get worried, have faith in Ms. Mae. She'll give you what you need. (And in the chemistry department, hoo boy!!! Seriously....like holy swoontastic).
So, in conclusion, I do believe I need to start an official petition to get little bonus boy POV scenes from Zak, Levi, AND Adam. Please and thank you. Did I mention PLEASE??? Please please please please please pleasepleasepleaseplease....
Brea tries to stop thinking about the kiss and distract herself from everything by kissing the new sophomore, Jay. As things get worse, she wants to forget. Adam becomes her tutor and spending more time together is beginning to make Brea realize how much she cares for him and it's even harder when she finds out he is leaving sooner than she thought. She'll have to open herself up and allow herself to be vulnerable to tell Adam the truth about how she feels.
Cassie Mae wrote an incredible conclusion to one of my favorite series! It was wonderful to see the conclusion of all of the characters from the three books. I really enjoyed reading about Brea and Adam. Adam is completely adorable and I want to watch him read too! :) I'm sad that this series came to an end, but I loved reading it and it's one I will read again!