- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 6 hours and 42 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Leigh Talbert Moore
- Audible.com Release Date: July 1, 2013
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DQ9YAIA
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Harley thinks she has everything figured out, she knows that Trent is the guy for her and has formed a plan to win him over. Everything is going great until the new kid, Jason shows up at school and derailed mission "Win Trent Over". Harley just wants to date Trent. Jason just wants to date Harley. Half of the school wants to date both Trent and Jason, including her best friend. What's a girl to do? Plus, there is the issue with her mom and the HOT guy she is mentoring.
Just writing this review makes me want to read the book again :)
Harley- She's in her own world and everything usually just revolves around her. I didn't find that she was arrogant or so self centered but she is a bit of both when she can't even open her eyes and see what's around her.
Jason- He's sweet, good looking, smart and everything that Harley should want but just can't or won't have.
Trent- ? Well he's just a mystery almost the whole time during the book then finally is brought into play only to leave just as quick when he makes it. He is mentioned right at the beginning and is constantly brought up but never actually surfaced until the end.
I thought it was going to be more of a triangle relationship but it was more of a straight one way street. Harley just wants Trent, Trent's just there and Jason wants Harley and she doesn't even know he exists. That's basically the Description the Author gives but I don't want to give more away.
Overall I thought it was an Okay read, it was a page turner and the characters where interesting. The plot was borderline okay with a dash of what's going to happen. There is some religious views that I didn't really care for but it did play well into the book and I'm glad the Author didn't go overboard with it and ruin the story.
I'm in the minority because I don't like love triangles, so when I read the book description (Jason who likes Harley, who likes Trent, who likes Stephanie) I wasn't interested but it got such great reviews and I liked the book cover so I gave it a try. I was blown away. LOVED the writing. Got swept in the story. Couldn't put the book down.
Moore is a very talented author. And I don't remember ever seeing a typo. I adored Harley and Jason's relationship. Such real characters. Witty banter. Laugh out loud moments. And such breath-takingly sweet moments I got swept into. I highly recommend this.
Since I've read a bajillion books I did guess all the plot twists but her writing was so great I didn't care. I still couldn't wait to see it unfold. Shoot, I could read it again right now and I just finished the thing. It's that good. And hardly any cussing. Loved that too.
I only have one stupid quirk that 99.9% of readers wouldn't care about. I'm actually pretty similar to Harley's mom. Well her thought process that is, not the Pocahontas part. ;) Harley said her mom believes there are already enough kids in this world, so we should adopt them instead give birth to them. I totally get the point of saying that in the story.... so that we can see Harley doubt her mother's love (like every teen girl I've ever known does in some respect) but I wish either Harley's parents had actually adopted or the author would have used a different explanation or spin on that belief. If she was as passionate about that belief as her others than they would have adopted thus making her character more believable. But like I said. That's just me. And I'm weird. :) But adoption is a big part of my life. So I get excited when I see it in a positive light. :o)
I think the book is a great book. Lots of remembering ran through my head while I was reading this. The remembering of high school crushes and do you think he likes me?
This book reminded me how fun and enjoyable contemporary romance can be (and to be honest, I think there's a mystery at the core of every book, so I get my kicks anyway). I totally fell in love with Harley and Jason. She was believable, quirky, and heartfelt. He was swoon-worthy in the best way. When they ran into the inevitable problems that make a romance great I was REALLY worried that it would not work out. I felt myself caring for the characters, which is a sign that the author has done an excellent job.
Moore's writing is excellent, her dialogue snappy, and the plot skips along at just the right pace.
There were other great elements-- the present-in-the-MCs-life AND believable parental figures (which is sometimes not the case in YA), the issues of trust and faith, Harley's crazy plans, how we convince ourselves that someone is "perfect" when they may not be... all led to an enjoyable read.
Definitely check this one out.
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