- File Size: 3255 KB
- Print Length: 240 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 3, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HOCA7D2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Love and Muddy Puddles (A Coco and Charlie Franks novel Book 1) Kindle Edition
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What. The. Heck?
I'm not sure I can keep reading. I truly hope this turns around, but at this point this book is just reinforcing all of the terrible messages that girls, teens, and women get from the media - you'll only be happy and worthy if you're just the right kind of thin and pretty. The MC is not at all likable at this point; her twin sister sounds way more interesting and likable and she's not a sucker for BS social constructs.
I really want to keep reading and give the author the benefit of the doubt. I'm a mom of three with limited time; I'm not sure I can waste my precious reading time wading through the rest of this hoping I'll find a gem tucked in a corner of this book somewhere.
When her father does the life altering change of moving them to the country, Coco feels her life is over and acts like a princess who has been told to work. She gets mean and self important towards others thinking she is better than those around her. This causes for loneliness to occur and she finds comfort in a horse.
As we get along in the book we see that there is one that can help her but he feels she despises him so he stays distant. That is until the moment Coco rides up on Cupcake. Even though Coco begins to thaw, she still has her moments and one where they play truth or dare takes its toll. This is when things fall apart for she runs towards what she thinks is real her friends in Sydney only to find out they are only her friends when she can benefit them. So sad to have reality come so quickly.
This causes her to go off and do a doi moment but it also brings her closer to one she never expected. Confessions occur and closeness ensues. Coco also finds out what true friendship is and that it doesn't matter what you wear or who you think you are, we are all equal and it is how you treat people that matters.
A wonderful book that shows the reality of cliques and how it is what is on the inside that matters and not your clothes or popularity. A cute romance that will keep you in the book to the end.