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My Paper Heart: My Paper Heart #1 by [Vernon, Magan]
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Very Sweet- Stephanie's Book Reports

I laughed so hard, I cried - Chelsea M. Cameron, New York Times Bestselling Author

A fast, fun read that you wont forget - Laura Pauling, Author of the Circle of Spies series

I found this an interesting story, with many issues covered in a well written way.- ReadsAndEats

These southern boys and their charm! Blaine Crabtree is quite a bit of eye candy and he has a sense of humour and he comes with baggage but I just can't resist him. - Author Groupies

Big city girl meets small town Southern hottie
- Books, Chocolate, and Lipgloss

About the Author

Magan Vernon is a Young Adult and New Adult writer who lives with her family in the insurance capital of the world. When not writing she spends her time fighting over fake boyfriends via social media. You can find her online on at www.maganvernon.com

Product Details

  • File Size: 3222 KB
  • Print Length: 277 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Beautifully Broken Books (July 26, 2012)
  • Publication Date: July 26, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008PVQ0AK
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,495 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I am a fan of Magan's after having read How to Break Up With an Alien; I thought that was such a cute and fun book! (I'm tackling the second book, How to Break Up With an Alien next month) My Paper Heart was cute, as well but the two main characters, especially Libby bugged me to no end. I just found no way to connect with her and as her being our main character which really is a shame.

I found the first two run in's or so with Blaine were hard to understand, too. He's overly protective of her imagine but yet he's never met her...it really didn't make any sense. Once you get passed those, though...things become a bit more normal. Plus, maybe this is just me but for her having only slept with one guy her entire life, she sure is very sex crazed and very demanding about wanting it. I guess I have a hard time understanding this with my personality being so different from hers but yeah...

The story was cute. The whole growing up aspect of it was nice. I hated who she was when she came down to Louisiana but I like who she ended up as. It hurts to even think there are people like her Chicago crowd but I know there are plenty of people out there like them. It really hurts to think there are such ridiculous acting people and they think it's cute. Mind boggling, I tell you...

Overall, it was a bit of a bumpy ride regarding the main character and her love interest. A lot of whip lash between their personality changes and moods...but overall, it was a cute, easy read. (A very sex crazed read - so this is not recommended for young teens) I definitely prefer her Alien Romance book to this one but to each their own!
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Main character Libby is whiny, insecure, and extremely materialistic. Got more and more annoyed with her as the story progresses. Libby also has an eating disorder and the way the author writes, it almost seems like it's a normal and acceptable thing. Hated the constant focus on weight, hated that she tended to push/rush Blaine into things and if he refused she automatically became insecure and whiny all over again. Also didn't like the fact that author perpetuated the stereotype that blondes are dumb. Won't be reading the second book, only finished the first because I can't leave a book half finished. Though, with this story, there were many times I considered doing just that.
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By the end of the first chapter, I was hooked. Magan Vernon was speaking my language. That sense of being lost (when everyone else seems to have it all figured out) spoke to me. Libby is vulnerable and out of options despite the fact that she's young and her future should appear limitless. She's flunked out of college trying to be something she's not, a self-obsessed sorority girl. Her parents send her to her Aunt Dee's house in Louisiana in order to find herself and get her life back on track. This time away allows her to get reacquainted with who she truly is, while boosting her confidence and shifting her priorities.

And of course, there's Blaine, the road crew worker with a heart of gold whose love allows the 'real' Libby to shine forth. He has his own demons that he's battling, but together they work through the issues holding them back in order to embrace the future together. Having Libby be the aggressive one in the relationship makes for an interesting dynamic. She pushes him to make their status 'Facebook official,' and Blaine even holds off on getting physical until he feels the moment's right. He's a reformed ladies man, and he's going to take things at his own pace, no matter how frustrating it is for Libby.

But Libby's no angel, either. And I admire an author who has the courage to construct a main character who is flawed. She's judgmental and overly critical of others. Yet it serves as nice counterbalance for showing how uncomfortable she is with herself. She wouldn't be so harsh with her opinions of what people are wearing or how their is styled, if she felt at home in her own skin.
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By Lissa on September 28, 2015
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Libby was working hard at college to become a sorority girl and the gf of a hot fraternity guy unfortunately she didn't spend enough time focusing on school itself. After her parents get the letter she's failed out of college they decide to send her to work for her great Aunt in rural Louisiana as a punishment hoping that maybe some time away will help her grow up. The hicktown is everything she expects with one exception Blaine Crabtree, she never expected to meet anyone while there for the summer let alone grow close to someone. As summer comes to a close and new opportunities arise for her in Chicago she will have to choose between the future she thought she always wanted and a life with her good ol' southern boy can she make a choice or is it too much for her heart to handle?
This book was kind of slow to build for me, don't get me wrong a lot happens quickly but I didn't feel pulled in till a little over halfway through. When it started out it felt almost cookie cutter to me with some of the story lines with Libby's insecurities and her jerk of an ex but as I read on the little nuances and pieces that came to light added depth to the story for me. I adored the characters Blaine is dreamy, Libby is relatable and the supporting cast are full of life to say the least. There is a little bit of heat in this book but mostly for me it's a coming of age, finding yourself, love story that worth the read and best of all it's currently free! This is not a standalone book and though it doesn't end on a cliffhanger it is part of a series that should be read in order.
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