At The Party (Books 1-3)
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At The Party (At The Party #1-3)

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One Party. Three Different Romances.

In Falling Hard, Emily and Ashton couldn’t be more different. She’s quiet and sweet, he’s popular and outspoken. And when he flirts with her one night at the party she’s throwing, Emily knows she should stay away. It’s never a good idea to get involved with the hottest guy in school– you’re only setting yourself up for heartbreak.
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Kindle Edition, 94 pages
Published (first published January 12th 2011)
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Kerri
I read all three of these quick stories. I really do like Lauren Barnholdt's writing style. I just felt that these stories were too short. There was not enough development of characters and not enough of a storyline. Having said that I still feel that those people who love to read Lauren Barnholdt's books will still find these quick stories enjoyable. For me, I prefer more depth.
Via Love
Maybe novellas aren't for me, because these stories were way too short for me. The length of the stories contributed to another thing I didn't like about this book: the realism, or rather the unrealistic-ness of the stories. And, what is with Lauren Barnholdt and the F word, and the numerous word forms of the term "douche bag"? Like, geesh! Learn some new slang, please! Anyway, overall the stories are actually pretty cute, and even entertaining, if you can overlook their lengths (and the thus re...more
Jennifer
Horrible language (was the f-bomb really that necessary that often), not good writing, and the bad editing. I liked the idea of short stories of different people's adventures in love at the same party, but it wasn't really enjoyable to read because of the reasons mentioned previously.
Kousha
not that gripped and found it REALLY predictable :/ I suppose they were only short storys, but the romance and the idea was sweet. i much prefered two-way street though :) xxxxx
Rachel
Such a cute read! This is way underhyped! This is a great YA romance novel! Quick and light read! It took me about 30 minutes once I started reading!
Cha
It's a great short read - I really wished it was more of a novel rather than a novella. :D
Hanna
This was a good ebook that wasn't too time consuming.It was a nice break.
Dre
OK little stories, but I did not like the writing style.
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