Kissing Perfect By Lauren Barnholdt – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Although I enjoyed this story more than I did the first three, Kissing Perfect still had it’s flaws. For one thing, the relationship between the two. “Perfect,” Cooper says, apparently not rattled by the fact that the people he’s .. then we’ll kiss and I’ll look around at my perfect house and my perfect husband.
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And he is sexist! But then again, there was barely any “conflict” to begin with. There were no raw angst-y moments, no over the top swoon moments either. See 1 question about The Thing About the Truth….
It got really old really fast. I am happy though that Kelsey was finally able to move I loved ‘Two Way Street’ but I got to say I wasn’t too happy with how this book ended disappointed. There two hardly knew each other and then all of a sudden they couldn’t stay away from one another. Marissa must have gotten tired of waiting and just let herself in, because a second later she appears in my doorway.
Kissing Perfect by Lauren Barnholdt – FictionDB
The protagonist, Penn, has a hard time opening up to anyone including his family about his tragic accident. Overall, Through to You had a nice simple plot that followed both Harper and Penn’s relationship.
Jun 04, Lilysbookblog rated it it was ok Shelves: View all 4 comments. The complications start when they finally kiss and Penn reacts like a kising guy and blows her off for 2 weeks. So by the end, I wasn’t exactly happy that I had stuck it out to find out what had happened.
The attempts at sounding deep or thoughtful are the only funny part about this book. This Guy hates talking about it when he and his team loses a game. Lyla is thinking about sex all the time. He and his father didn’t have the best perffct relationship because his father was more interested in public opinion and the votes he will receive rather than his very son.
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She reads it, and then Clarice and Marissa exchange a look. Afterwards they go to McDonald’s to celebrate their almost-victory as partners in crime. I’m not a fucking child.
The thing about this book was that it lacked any real conflict. After only 40 pages of their romance? Jul 12, Once Upon a Twilight rated it it was ok. Some scenes did raise a few questions view spoiler [like when Harper refused to listen to Penn, after all those time that she had pushed him to talk hide spoiler ]though, as I still don’t believe how that made sense.
And while I feel this involves many of the characters, I want to talk about it specifically as it pertains to Marina Ruiz. Mar 24, Abbie rated it liked it. In the book Through To You by Lauren Barnholdt, a teenager struggles with finding the correct path through his life. Thanks Simon Pulse for the eGalley.
Penn is a lot like This Guy, who will remain nameless. I know both sound incredibly cliche, but I found that neither of them were cliche at all. The characters were interesting, even if the style of writing threw me off at first. But frankly, it feels lazy. One of those things was that the story went back and forth between the two characters as well as told the story before and after the incident. He seems responsible and poised at times, and then at other times, relaxed and cheeky.
I liked Harper and Penn characters, though.
One Night That Changes Everything
Jan 12, ClaireP rated it really liked it. As each of them struggle through their own problems and work together to make them right I loved each of the characters a bit more. Aug 10, Danielle rated it it was ok Shelves: I don’t mind an ending left a little open for you to decide for yourself which way the characters go but this felt almost as if parts of the plot were left unresolved. The thing about the truth was an unexpected choice for me… It was a very promising book, with good plot, and likeable ish characteristics… It’s just that the ending was a BIG disappointment, and the main problem that you eventually find out about was blemish….
Honestly I did not enjoy this that much.
Truth be told, I wanted to give up on it after a couple of chapters, but I decided to keep going and see where Barnholdt would take me with her story.