Wonderwall (Love Me, I'm Famous Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I’ve read all of MH Soars books so far and I always loved them but they were about aliens, prophecies and very fast paced stories. When she offered me the opportunity to read her latest creation, I was delighted but at the same time, a little apprehensive. This story was not about aliens and more YA than the Prophecy of Arcadia. Would it work? Would I love it too?
Well, judge by yourself: I began reading the book this morning and was so engrossed in it that I skipped my Aquagym class for the first time in years. I simply could not put it down. As I did not want to feel guilty for skipping my exercise routine, I semi walked/ran on the treadmill, Kindle in hands. Let me tell you it was not my brightest idea as I nearly lost my footing when I read about Sebastian and Olivia’s coping mechanism. I escaped unscathed but it was a close call, never to be repeated!
So now, I’m happy as I know what happened to these lovebirds but I’m blaming MH Soars as I’m waaay behind on all my chores.
So, yes, I fr**king loved it!!!!
The story is a “classic” high school/neighbors sweethearts separated for years and finding their way back to each other.
Sebastian and Olivia have been neighbors and best friends for years, since Olivia offered a stuffed teddy for Valentine’s Day and came the day after with a leather jacket and sunglasses for the teddy to wear, naming it The Terminator.
Years later, their friendship evolved in love and I loved reading about Olivia “tricking” Sebastian into kissing her. Sebastian is part of her family and I laughed so hard at the family banter about a “Virgin Mouth” and the prank Olivia’s dad played on Sebastian.Read more ›
Teenagers in love? Not necessarily my go to read, but I do enjoy YA books way more than I ever thought I would. However, this book spans about five years and although it starts out YA, it’s definitely an adult read-or new adult. Liv lives next door to Bas(Sebastian) and they have been friends ever since they can remember. But as these things happen, they end up together, and are each other’s first loves, first everything. Not long after that tragedy strikes and Bas moves away to England and never speaks to Liv again. He has his reasons and at his age and in his grief, it made sense, but maybe not so much anymore. Liv for her part is devastated and understandably, heartbroken. The story jumps forward in time and now Bas is a famous singer for a boy band based in London. He’s the typical bad boy celebrity, cares for nobody, except perhaps his best friend and fellow bandmate, Oliver, and is still trying to forget Liv. Liv goes to London to intern as an events coordinator at an exlusive hotel there. Receipe for them to meet again? Absolutely.
First I need to say, I enjoyed the whole thing. Sure, some of it was a bit contrived-you know because she goes to London to intern when there’s so many places she could have interned at in America, or when Bas mentions to a reporter on tv that he had a stalker when he was younger that he ignored, and he was talking about Liv’s emails.Read more ›
Ever wonder what it would be like to love a celebrity and live in their world? Wonder no more! Read M.H. Soars "Wonderwall" and live a moment in the life of a pop star.
I loved this book! I laughed and even experienced some awesome emotions. This wasn’t your atypical contemporary romance. Yes, there’s a boy and a girl in love. And, yes, there is some turmoil in their lives. But, it was laugh out loud funny! When it wasn’t funny, I was left feeling for Olivia and thinking ‘yes, boys can be stupid’!
My favorite characters were Olivia, Sebastian, and Saylor. First off, Saylor is that book best friend we all need. She’ll honestly tell you what she thinks, how she feels, and what you need to do about your mess. As real as she is, she has her own hidden story (I hear she gets a book!). You know it’s there because she doesn’t go into details about her own life. Other than that, I just love her–mermaid hair and all! I loved Sebastian so much that I wanted to slap the crap out of him. Man, he was the epitome of stupid. Fortunately, he does get a grip on reality again. And, Olivia is the girl we’d all like as a friend. She’s compassionate and cares for her friends deeply. She braves the world on her terms. And, when she hurts it bothers you on a soul level. There’s nothing shallow about her.
As a writer I like symbolism in stories. I loved the Promise bracelet idea in the story. I actually went online and looked for one. What a wonderful idea of making a promise solid. And, it can only be broken with a key. Priceless!
Soars gave a new twist on the ‘boy meets girl next door’ story by introducing a boy band.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was given a copy of this book for an honest review.
Fun but a bit sad
I surprised myself by really enjoying this book...I couldn't put it down! I really loved the characters,and the straighforward style of writing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nancy
Wonderwall - so wonderful.
This is the second book that I've read by this author and I think I'm hooked. I just LOVE the way M.H. writes. Read more
Sebestian-Bas and Olivia-Liv were neighbors and best friends for a long time. Liv had loved Seb for a long time and he has deep feelings for her but pushed them away until he... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Angel Hatfield
I really enjoyed this book. It was very sweet. I liked the reunion aspect of the story.Published 5 months ago by Amanda Burton
I really enjoyed this book!!! I usually don't read romance but decided I would give this one a try and I was pleasantly surprised. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Erin Moore
I received a copy of Wonderwall in exchange for an honest review.
Call me a sucker but I love stories of First Love and M.H. Soars wrote a beautiful one at that. Read more