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Complete Nothing (True Love #2)

3.93  ·  Rating Details ·  300 Ratings  ·  41 Reviews
True’s matchmaking skills are the stuff of legend! The second novel in Kieran Scott’s delightful teen romance series that called “the next Twilight.”

True is not exactly loving New Jersey. Banished from Mount Olympus and tasked with helping couples find love without using her powers, the goddess-formerly-known-as-Cupid is having a tough time. Especially now th
ebook, 336 pages
Published September 30th 2014 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
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Karmen (readingoncloud9)
*3.5 stars*
Jan 04, 2016 Moriah rated it it was amazing
*This review will also appear on A Leisure Moment*

“Every last one of them thought I was a freak. Including the love of my life.”

The ending of Only Everything left me speechless, and I was forever grateful that I had the next book in the series. If you haven’t read the first book in the series, not only would I suggest it because I am someone who can’t read books out of sequence, but I recommend it because it developed the relationship with True (Eros) and Orion. Since the first book included m
Michelle Arrow
Jan 12, 2015 Michelle Arrow rated it really liked it
This review can also be found on A Thousand Lived Lived, check it out for more reviews!

A few months back, I’ve come to realize that I’m a very picky and subjective person when it comes to choose to read a book. I’m a very sceptical person, especially with genres that I don't really read much of—like mythology. This book is definitely like a crazy very-much modern day version of Percy Jackson, with a female kick-ass protagonist and a point of trying to get people to fall in love.

I have to say t
This was better than the first! I just love this series and how all the Greek myths are presented. I couldn't put this one down and I can't wait for the third to be released!!
Point of View: Multiple (Eros/True, Peter, Claudia, Orion [prologue])
Writing: First Person | Past Tense
Setting: New Jersey
Genre: Young Adult | Mythology

I loved this book, but seriously, half the time I was so annoyed by Peter. He was hands down one of the most irritable main characters I have ever read. I did get why he began to feel so insecure and lost when his glorious high school days were soon to be over. However, the guy was an expert at putting blames on someone else, mostly on Claudia. L
A Leisure Moment

The True Love trilogy has my undivided attention. Each story, each character has unique attributes that keep the story alive. True constantly changes from page to page, dealing with her own issues and still managing to help others find love. Once again, Scott ends with a jaw-dropper, and the last book in the series is bound to be full of twist and turns, the magic of love and the mayhem of it all.

The quest for love continues, and I couldn't wait to see how the trilogy ended. To read the review o
Lauren R.
I had some of the same difficulties with this one as I had with the previous one, but I think I like it a little bit more! Again I wish that there was more actual face time between the pair of people that she is trying to get together, but I understand why there wasn't. There are a lot of things going on with each individual character so sometimes it feels like it's a little too much, but it's not like it's hard to keep track of or anything. There was another mini cliffhanger so I'm definitely ...more
Mar 03, 2015 Trixie rated it it was amazing
LOVED THIS BOOK! If the first book compelled me to keep on reading, the second did just the same if not more. You'll fall in love with the star quarterback Peter, the amazing ballerina Claudia and the goddess protagonist True/Eros. And you'll get sucked in to the complicated relationships throughout the book too. Can't wait for the last book! <3
Erin Arkin
Jan 31, 2016 Erin Arkin rated it really liked it
Complete Nothing is the second book in the True Love series by Kieran Scott and it picks up immediately where book one left off. I found myself enjoying this book a bit more than the first one but it is mostly because I already had all the backstory and the book jumped right into Eros’/True’s challenge.

Zeus had made things even more complicated for Eros/True by throwing Orion into the mix on Earth. If you recall, Orion is the reason Eros/True is on Earth and in order to be able to go back to Mou
Before I begin my review, I must note something about the author. Kieran Scott is the same author as Kate Brian, who wrote the Private series!! Who knew?? I have read many books by "Kate Brian", including several books in the Private series, The Princess and the Pauper and even Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys. I did not enjoy those books much at all. I found the writing style lacking life and texture. I thought the characters in those books as thin and flaky as hotel toilet paper. In g ...more
Dec 22, 2014 Estelle rated it really liked it
Review originally posted on: Rather Be Reading Blog

It was so great to be back experience the antics of True as she tries to make another love connection in Complete Nothing. (She is too funny.) Kieran Scott took a way different approach with couple #2 (True has to make three connections before she’s allowed to return to Mount Olympus) and I thought it was fantastic: a totally over-the-moon for each other couple dealing with the stresses of graduation, college applications, and a possible future
Sophia C
Mar 03, 2015 Sophia C rated it really liked it
Spoilers from the first book; you have been warned.

Surprisingly good; I may have even liked it better than the first one. The stakes are high, the drama is building, and the couple was...decent. More realistic, this time; of course, it followed the "jock dates a smart girl" cliche, but Claudia isn't some manic pixie dream girl (thank goodness). In fact, Claudia and Peter seem perfect together...until he breaks up with her. It's up to True to get them back together, but she's also involved with h
Sep 11, 2014 Julie rated it really liked it
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ARC kindly provided by the publisher. Original review posted at Reading Lark:

I absolutely adored the first book in the True Love series by Kieran Scott, but I wondered if, after the initial struggles True (aka teenage goddess Eros, sent to Earth by Zeus to match three couples without the use of her powers) had adjusting to life on Earth, the premise would work as well in a second book. I'm happy to say it still works, and I loved this book as much as Only
Frank Chillura
Nov 17, 2014 Frank Chillura rated it really liked it
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This is the sequel to Only Everything, in which Kieran Scott rewrote the Greek Mythological story on the love story of Eros & Orion. In the first book, Eros & her mother, Aphrodite, are banished to Earth to live as mortals until Eros can match up three couple without the use of her powers, while Orion is kept on Olympus as a slave for Zeus. Neither had lived outside of O
Dec 10, 2014 Lauren rated it liked it
Shelves: romance, mythology
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Oct 09, 2014 Amanda rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

I reviewed True Love #1 here, in which our heroine Eros a/k/a True Olympia is banished from Mt Olympus to New Jersey after falling in love with Orion and pulling him down from the stars. True has quite a struggle in book one learning to live as a mortal. Thankfully she’s worked a lot of that out in Complete Nothing and she was a way more likable character. She has a few friends and is settling into a high school routine. True has to match her second couple
Feb 05, 2015 Seanean rated it liked it

By some miracle, True Olympia (Eros) was actually successful at getting a couple to fall in love. Now she just needs to get two more couples to find true love before the sand in her hourglass runs out, then she can return to being Eros, return to Mount Olympus, and return to her own true love, Orion.

She knows that she can do this.

Then everything changes.

Orion shows up in front of her school. He's exactly the same in every way, except for the fact that he h
Nancy Brady
Claudia and Peter are a couple who are also seniors, but Peter is feeling left behind and breaks up with Claudia first (reminds me of David Bowie's line in Fame..."I'll reject you first.") rather than have her go away to college and break up with him later. She doesn't understand what is going on as he never explains his true feelings for her. Enter Eros/True who is bound and determined to make another love match so that she can get back to Orion. Except that Orion is there, but doesn't remember ...more
Still a bit of a bungler when it comes to arranging human love affairs, Eros messes up badly by giving horrid advice. She still mourns her lost powers (although not as much as she did before) and now her focus is split on trying to get back together with her amnesiac former boyfriend.

The constant shifts in viewpoints make for jarring reading, although you get used to it after the first book. Ms. Scott spices things up a bit by letting us into the mind of a girl who used to think of True as a fre
Oct 07, 2014 Emily rated it it was amazing
I really really enjoyed this book! I loved the first book in this trilogy, Only Everything, and loved this one even more. I think hat was mainly because I related to these characters so much! I felt so connected to Claudia because she is really good in school and struggling with collage right now (basically me in a 2 years). Peter was so great as well, and I never not liked him, even after he broke up with Claudia. Even though I don't he had to do that. Peter was so adorable and I loved him so ...more
Jan 19, 2015 Shelia rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love it when I read the prologue of a book and know I am going to love it. Complete Nothing does not disappoint. I look forward to getting my hands on book one and learning what I have missed out on. I also look forward tp book three. My daughter and her teenage girl friends are all going to read Complete Nothing before it ends up in my Little Free Library.
Jan 04, 2015 Gina rated it it was ok
Complete Nothing by Kieran Scott.

A Young Adult book, Zeus banishes gods/goddesses to the greatest punishment he can think of when they displease him, high school.

Hapless gods/goddesses stripped of their powers dealing with the angst and craziness of high school. It's cute and deals with some typical teen-age questions: What will I do after high school? I won't be a big deal in college like I am in high school, etc.
Sep 10, 2015 Nancy rated it liked it
I was a bit disappointed that Charlie wasn't in this book as much, since I was hoping he and True would become good friends after the events of Only Everything. I also wasn't as invested in Claudia and Peter's relationship but True's relationship with Orion was a nice addition after having only flashbacks in the previous book. The ending was bit abrupt but it's nice to have an idea of what might happen in the final book.
Oct 12, 2014 Wisty rated it really liked it
Kate Brian/Kieran Scott is my official hero. This is my 37th book of hers (under both names) that I've read, and I loved it as much as the other 37. She's such a phenomenal author. I want to be best friends with all of her female characters, and date all of her male characters!
I also need the third book, because we're left off on a bit of a cliffhanger!
Monica Gearhart
Mar 02, 2015 Monica Gearhart rated it it was amazing
Kept the same main character from the first one, True, but we got more details on characters that were mentioned. We got the story of Peter and Claudia, Tara and Gavin. I'll be sad when I'm finished with the next one because it is the last one in the series.
The story wrapped up a little too quickly for me. But Claudia and Peter were an interesting couple and finding out more details of True's (Eros) family and fall from Olympus was good at moving the story along.
Aug 20, 2016 Kirstyn-maree rated it it was amazing
In this exciting action-packed sequel, True struggles to pair her second couple together after Orion shows up unannounced at her school. The only problem? he doesn't seem to remember who she is.
Uswa Tayyab
This was even better than the Only Everything. Can't wait to finish off this trilogy, it was such a fun read. I loved it
Karla Feldstein
I loved this book. Albeit not as much as the first one, but it was still fantastic. That ending man!
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Kieran Scott is an author of young adult fiction including the upcoming TRUE LOVE TRILOGY (May 2014) and the HE'S SO/SHE'S SO TRILOGY, which includes SHE'S SO DEAD TO US, HE'S SO NOT WORTH IT and THIS IS SO NOT HAPPENING. Her other books include the Non-Blonde Cheelerader trilogy, Geek Magnet and Jingle Boy. She also writes Alloy Entertainment books under the pseudonym Kate Brian, including the ...more
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