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In Over Her Head: Lights, Camera, Anxiety (The Cecily Taylor Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 220 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||Age Level: 12 - 18|
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- Book 2 of 2 in The Cecily Taylor Series
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- File Size : 1679 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 220 pages
- Publisher : Clean Reads (September 3, 2019)
- Publication Date : September 3, 2019
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B07VRYS65N
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,741,895 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Cecily and Andrew are now an official couple and I love these two characters giving me swoon. Cecily gets an awesome opportunity in New York with Andrew's help, and she blows the job out of the water. Cecily is obviously very talented. However, just when you think life is going great, some bumps in the road challenges this budding relationship. I love that Hager writes characters with depth and emotional growth that is relatable and realistic. The cast of characters are also a joy to read about as well, even those characters that I was not really fond of.
Overall, I found that the series was a great read that I thoroughly enjoyed for the characters, dialogue and all the angst you come to expect in a YA read. I enjoyed the story lines, the drama, the relationships and growth of the characters and how they handled the issues that come their way. Glad I had the opportunity to read this series. Highly entertaining and I loved it.
In this installment, Cecily is officially—albeit secretly, at his request—in a steady relationship with her famous musician crush, and now boyfriend, Andrew Holiday. The couple texts and video chats almost daily while Andrew is on the road, and they confide in each other when it comes to their problems. Namely, Cecily is having issues at school with her best friend Lila and Andrew has difficulty with anxiety. Andrew pulls some strings and gets Cecily a job for a photo spread in New York and while it initially comes off as somewhat nepotic, Cecily blows everyone away with her very natural, very real talent. Unfortunately, Cecily's moment of feeling on top of the world is fleeting. A photo of Andrew with another girl sitting a little too comfortably on his lap emerges, and Cecily makes some impulsive and naive choices that further threaten her happiness.
In Over Her Head has all of the teenage emotion, angst, and drama required in its genre, with Krysten Lindsay Hager writing in a fame wildcard with the relationship between Cecily and Andrew, and Cecily's career objectives. Cecily is pretty level-headed for her age when put up against characters like Lila (who I just really did not like from the word go), Harlow (the rich, popular girl), and Tanna (who changes boyfriends like they're underwear). Cecily's friend Allie is the straight-shooting, book-smart, old-soul that talks sense into Cecily when nobody else is able to get through. Bonus points to Hager for sidestepping the usual 'famous girls are all horrible' tropes by making Scarlett and Isla both very friendly...that was refreshing...and let's face it: Cecily needed a bit of kindness from unexpected places in both of those instances. There are moments of Hager injecting tongue-in-cheek humor (“This was my life and not some YA book heroine’s.”) and I think teenagers and younger readers on the YA genre spectrum will enjoy following Cecily through her highs and lows.
The Characters – Specially the character of Andrew, made me want him as my boyfriend 🙂 😉 He is understanding and he is the type of boyfriend, every girl wishes for.
The story deal with a few deep topics, such as anxiety, dealing with anxiety and relationships at a deeper level.
Completely romantic and cute, full of love and drama.
Speaks to the hearts of the reader, I feel specially to the young once (not forgetting not so young once, like myself 🙂 )
The book can be called as a clean young adult book.
It is well related with the first book, but it can be read as a stand alone too.
I told Krysten, that I will need more time to read this book, since my schedule is way too busy, but here I am finished reading the book in a couple of days. It was that nice and sweet. Helped me to forget some problems that I was facing, and allowed me to get myself buried in the cute love story of Cecily and Andrew.
It was sweet, poignant, and pertinent to the teen world of today. We expect so much from our young people, and we push them to be better. Sometimes it's too much for their adolescent minds to handle. I thought it was well thought out and refreshing. It even had me feeling anxious. I definitely recommend it for high school reading.