- By Ann Herrick

All's Fair in Love and Words

  • Title: All's Fair in Love and Words
  • Author: Ann Herrick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • All s Fair in Love and Words A fun romp through Laurel and Matt s senior year Getting what you ask for can really complicate your life especially when it makes you the boss of a potential boyfriend Ms Herrick does a nice job of

    A fun romp through Laurel and Matt s senior year Getting what you ask for can really complicate your life, especially when it makes you the boss of a potential boyfriend Ms Herrick does a nice job of leading her characters through the confusing time that is high school Laurel learns that balancing work and romance is difficult work and that compromise is the nam A fun romp through Laurel and Matt s senior year Getting what you ask for can really complicate your life, especially when it makes you the boss of a potential boyfriend Ms Herrick does a nice job of leading her characters through the confusing time that is high school Laurel learns that balancing work and romance is difficult work and that compromise is the name of the game Brenda Edde, Timeless Tales

    1 thought on “All's Fair in Love and Words

    1. Laurel is voted editor in chief of the high school yearbook and she is super excited about it. She'll be working with the cute new guy, Matt, who will be chief photographer. She has difficulty separating her feelings for him from her job, especially when she wants to eliminate a long-running part of the yearbook.Sweet and funny. Good chick-lit. A shorter/easier read for those who would like Sarah Dessen.

    2. I liked this book. I found myself getting really frustrated about some of the stupid mistakes the main character was making but then i kept reminding myself, "she's a teenager." I like these easy read high school romance books and movies, and this one did not disappoint. It doesn't have an underlying deep plot or anything, but it is a cute, fun, easy read. enjoy it :)

    3. This was free for Kindle.It's been a long time since I was a YA so I don't usually read stories geared to that group. This was free so I thought I'd give it a shot.Laurel is a senior and the just-named editor-in-chief of the yearbook. Matt, new to school, is the photo editor. Laurel likes him but feels like an "office romance" might not be the best idea.Through various ups and downs: - a BFF's breakup - "is he wooing me for an agenda?" - "is he dating her?" all things that you would expect for t [...]

    4. This was OK. Not the best YA book I have read, but I did think the author has teenage drama down pretty well. Most of the "drama" in this book was created in Laurel's head. I did find myself wondering about the names of the parents in this book. Rose & Bud Blossom who named their children Laurel and Iris. *sigh*

    5. Meh. I had higher expectations than it delivered. I guess I prefer male leads who aren't so one-dimensional.

    6. A lighthearted romance for those who are young at heart. :)It was originally published in paperback in German only by Cora Verlag Publishing as "Ein Kuss Fur Jede Sommersprosse."

    7. This read like a Saturday morning special. Took me about two hours to finishobably won't remember it long term. Thanks for the distraction though

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