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    Currently reading: The Butterfly Project

    Current page: 140 Opinion so far: I’m really surprised by this book. I didn’t like Emma Scott previous books but this one catched my attention. Fast paced, the story is rolling so well, the connection between the main couple seems so real and it is taking time to build a future relationship. The fact we know so soon the story behind the characters surprised me but I’m glad there is no secrets to drag the story.   Right now, I feel more connected to Beckett than to Zelda but I guess is her impulsive way of thinking and her way of believe what is right that makes me back off…

  • 4 stars reviews,  review,  ya romance,  young adult

    Just Listen by Sarah Dessen

    “Don’t think or judge, just listen.” Resume: Annabel is an average girl used to be popular and have popular friends and a model (like her sisters). For others her family was a perfect family where they eat dinner all together and everybody could see their union because of their glass house. During summer, everything turned upside down and Annabel once again keeps everything for her. Until she meets Owen, a guy music obsessed and that always says the truth and what he thinks. That’s when Annabel’s life starts changing again! “Silence is so freaking loud”  First time reading Sarah Dessen and I enjoy this book. I really didn’t liked how slow paced the…

  • 5 stars review,  review,  ya romance,  young adult

    The DUFF by Kody Keplinger

    First: “Wesley Rush doesn’t chase girls. They chase him.” Resume: Seventeen-year-old Bianca Piper suddenly realizes with absolute horror that she’s falling for the slimy school hottie that she thought she hated. Turns out, he’s not a bad listener. Soon, Bianca realizes how harmful her unhealthy way of dealing with her problems has been, and finds a way to confront them head on. In the end: “Wesley Rush doesn’t chase girls, but I’m chasing you” ♥”  I never thought I would love this book. I knew I was going to like but not become one of my favorites. I started reading today and 3 hours later I finished it. It was a sweet surprise!…

  • 4 stars reviews,  review,  ya romance,  young adult

    The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson

    “The sky is everywhere, it begins at your feet.” Resume: Lennie Walker is a teenage whose beloved sister, Bailey, suddenly dies. Lennie tries to live with the pain of losing her sister by keeping everyone away. She refuses to pack her sister stuff, she stays in her closet just to smell her sister’s clothes. While she tries hard to move on, she gets her feelings mixed after kissing her sister’s boyfriend, Toby. If it wasn’t confusing enough, Lennie meets Joe, a enthusiastic musical genius. “Grief is forever. It doesn’t go away; it becomes part of you, step for step, breath for breath.” First thing: this cover is so so so beautiful. I fell in…

  • 2 stars reviews,  dark,  new adult,  review

    Hideaway (Devil’s Night #2) by Penelope Douglas

    “I’ll kiss you like I should’ve.”  Resume: The continuation of the Devil’s Night series, brings the story of Kai Mori and Banks. The story takes us back to their highschool days where the “Four Horseman” ruled the school and had all girls after them. Kai used to have all girls he wanted, until a tomboy girl caught his attention. Seven years later, Kai is still recovering from his time he spent in prison when during a meeting, he meets the girl that has been haunting him for seven years and that holds the answers he needs for the questions inside his head. “There is something about you, kid,” he said “Around…