Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Book Review of Love All Book #1

Goodreads Summary:

Seventeen-year-old Meg Flannigan wasn’t very lucky at love. In sophomore year, her idiotic boyfriend dumped her by making out with another girl in front of her locker. Ouch! Now a senior, and with a little more self-confidence, Meg catches the eye of not one, but two guys at school. Lucky! Both attend her tennis matches, vie for her attention, and are each gorgeous in their own way. So what’s the problem? Meg has already chosen one of them, and the one waiting in the sidelines will do anything to change her mind. She’s enjoys the attention right up until it’s her heart that’s caught in the middle, and she risks losing both. Can Meg Love All, or will choosing be her undoing?

My Take:

I don't usually read novellas so this was a refreshing and quick read. I found it a tad hard to relate to Meg and her personal situation between boyfriend and old crush but that could have just been a personal thing. Overall, I think Hashway has a really great voice (loved it!) and I'm a sucker for sports movies and books. I think pacing is something one has to be very careful with in a novella. It's so short that we need a sort of climactic moment as well as a resolution. I think Hashway wrapped it up pretty neatly and really followed an interesting plot arc in this small amount of space. Oh and the boys definitely sound swoon worthy!


3.3 out of 5


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