Georgia can’t figure out why the burden of a Y chromosome seems to make guys so hard to understand. First, there’s the handsome but slippery Jeremy Wrentham. After Georgia shared some pretty devastating kisses with him, she found her way home and he found her sister!
And then there’s Michael Endicott, who never fails to let her know that her family’s quirkiness lies too far outside the pale for this preppie townie. But if he really feels that way, why is he in Georgia’s kitchen, asking her out? And why don’t boys come with instruction manuals?
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In Review: My Thoughts
I’m really enjoying this series of novellas so far. I’m completely hooked on the characters and, while I suspect how the story is going to go, I’m torn between wanting it to happen already and wanting the story to continue on forever. They’re quick and easy, sweet, angst-free reads.
I’ve given the first two novellas three stars. This one gets four because I feel like a lot more happened. The characters are developing nicely and really coming into their own, for better or worse. Michael grows on me more and more with each story. Georgia is growing up and learning Secrets are beginning to come out and I found myself really surprised by the twist in the book. There was a lot of drama in the 61 pages of this novella.
As with the last two, the novella ended too soon for my liking. Unlike when I finished the last two, I don’t have the fourth book to jump right into. I’ll be anxiously waiting on the fourth and final novella’s release so I can continue Georgia and Michael’s journey. If you like are a Pride & Prejudice fan and enjoy YA lit, I highly recommend this cute series.