"Maybe growing up means disappointing the people we love."
Short Review ⛤⛤⛤ -
So this book countered the effects of my antihistamine. I found myself still wide awake at 2am and I had to force myself to stop reading so I could sleep and have enough energy for my shift the next morning. (Rhyming not intended). -
Why 3-stars? SPOILER ALERT! -
The story is light, and I found myself raising my eyebrows on the way madeline behaved in some areas of her fragile life. A story about a not so typical teenage girl who fell in love with the boy next door and how she chose love over life. Because if a girl falls in love for the very first time, it changes everything. This book is all about #younglove and #stupidity Breaking rules, keeping secrets, running away - I know her mom's a lunatic but I don't like the way Madeline dealt with her. AND you just cant ask one person to leave his family. Just no. Wrong move. You lost me there. (See This Time)
Ahh, the stupid things people do for love.
Too much kissing thoughts. It totally obliterate the romance that I'm trying hard to pick up.
Reading the synopsis of this book I thought to myself, 'Okay, this one will definitely make me cry.' But it didn't. It is not what I expected. Well anyway, it's another story of #FaultInOurStars except she isn't really sick and she didnt really die. No tears there babe. Sorry. ***32nd book of the year