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Perfect Chemistry Simone Elkeles August 2, 2009

Posted by Aubri in Heartwarming, Romance, Week 7.
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On one hand there is the popular and beautiful Brittany. Everyone thinks she has a perfect life, only she knows differently. Then there is Alex, a tough Hispanic gang member who really never wanted to be in a gang in the first place, but circumstances didn’t leave him a choice. What happens when these two become Chemistry partners. Will they end upĀ arguingĀ the entire year, or will they fall victim to an epic love story?
This book was AMAZING and really sweet, if you’re a hopeless romantic, or just need something heart-warming to read, I recommend this book. You are definitely not going to regret it. ;]

The woman in the wall by patrice kindl July 28, 2009

Posted by Aubri in Heartwarming, Week 7.
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Anna is shy. So shy that she is practically invisible. Nobody seems to see, hear, or pay attention to her. To avoid facing school, one day seven year old Anna creates her own little safe zone inside the walls of their victorian mansion. Little by little, her family forget her very existance. The years go by, with Anna literally living between the walls of the house. One day, a note is thrust into a crack, and left for her to find. Her small world is changing, and Anna must decide whether or not to come out of hiding. This book is sweet and heartfelt, though not truly memorable. I would recommend it to girls looking for something to read on a rainy day with nothing else to do.

Much Ado About Anne by Heather Vogel Frederick July 27, 2009

Posted by Aubri in Chick Lit, Heartwarming, week 6.
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I just finished Much Ado About Anne by Heather Vogel Frederick. This sequel in The Mother Daughter Book Club series was just as heart warming and literate as the previous novel. The mothers in Jess’s, Cassidy’s, Emma’s, and Megan’s book club have decided to invite their arch enemy Becca Chadwick and her mother to join their book club. Becca is as snobbish and uninterested as usual. And to make matters worse, Jess’s family might just lose Half Moon Farm, their home for all of Jess’s life. With Cassidy focused on her mother’s new boyfriend, Emma on her weight, and Megan on her fashion designs, Jess starts to feel very unhopeful. What can four young girls do for Half Moon Farm? And in such short time?
This novel isn’t an amazing book, but it’s well work the read and good to pass the time.