- File Size: 2131 KB
- Print Length: 60 pages
- Publication Date: November 18, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017T2T1GK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,142,634 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Just A Little Bit Of Love Kindle Edition
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|Age Level: 12 - 18|
|Grade Level: 5 - 12|
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Just so you know, everything Ines writes that I read so far brings in the clean (yes, because I have dirty feels okay) feels that never fails to warm my (cold, lol) heart. Just a Little Bit of Love is no exception.
And OMG!!! I felt so high during and after reading this because EEEE SO! KILIIIIG!!! I had no idea what to do with myself! Maybe jump up and down like a kid who won a candy from a store?! Just a Little Bit of Love has three cute stories from the standalone book, Only A Kiss [4 stars], showing different stages of love and how it can bloom to something really beautiful, if you take care of it well. It’s so fascinating to read because I was like time warped back when I was 14 and when I was in college. (Did I just admit I’m over the age of a college girl already?! OMG. Ugh.) Anyway! Let me tell you the thing/s I love about each story, each of them ingraining a little bit of love in my heart.
I love that Ines chose that particular setting for this story because it’s such a nice place for everything friendly. And it felt highschool-ish, too, because of the friendships (or lack thereof) and those tiny teenage issues people their age go through (Anita and friends). So real, so good! I’m so glad it ended the way it should be because if not, I was going to stop reading right there and then. And ignore Ines for the rest of my life. Haha! Kidding!
Do I want more though? HECK YEAH! DUH! Like when they’re a bit older, perhaps?
ON THE SIDELINES
I FREAKING LOVE THIS STORY! If Ines decided to have this in paperback, even just this one alone, I’m going to buy myself a lot copies then give some away to people. And maybe make posters for John’s football games to inspire him to do much better. (I know that’d probably do nothing because Ina’s kisses were way better but, well, I’m still going to, given the chance and all that.) That’s how I love it. So! What I love about this one? Wait, uh… everything??? The dynamic of the situation in the story was on point and didn’t feel like fictional to me. I don’t know how Ines did it because the emotions, ups and downs, pushes and pulls, the anxiety… it was perfectly done, very authentic all throughout. Maybe because I invest my feelings when I’m reading? Or Ines just captured that softest heartstring and pulled it because she knew how to work around with her words.
I like John and Ina. These two might be one of my fave couples out there because their complexities (nothing heavy, trust me) made them who they are now being together. It was fun to watch, also terrifying, since I didn’t know what’s going to happen next. Sure, it might be unpredictable but the path to it surely wasn’t. John was so funny and cute and if I was there, I’d totally pinch John’s cheeks. And Ina, I wanted to hate her but nope, I couldn’t. She’s a nice girl and perfect for John, if only she saw it earlier.
If you want to read a perfectly paced relationship their college age with kilig feels and a pinch of heartache and definitely an HEA, you will so get it here! This story had me wanting for so much more; I felt so sad it ended already.
STICKY NOTES AND FORGETFULNESS
This story was such a tease!! Do not read it! Kidding! Well, it was good because it had the whole conflict and resolution and Carla and Jacob were lovable characters. Their sweet moments of just being together for work, the forgetfulness and the presence of sticky notes, the frustration because somebody disappeared but came around eventually (thank God!!) and the way it moved up quickly to a brighter side were satisfying for a short story. I really wish I had more to read though!
Having recently read Only a Kiss, I already knew about the main characters, Katie and Chris in the first story, so that particular story is a great companion to the longer book. The other two stories stand on their own and are such sweet love stories, I thoroughly enjoyed them.
All three stories flow well and have wonderful endings. Reading each one took me back in time to reminisce about the young, innocent crushes from my own childhood and teenage years. The author did a great job in portraying the heart-ache and happiness of young love.
Although this collection stands on its own, it is a great companion to the longer book, Only a Kiss, and would definitely appeal to young adult readers.
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