The Twelve Dates of Christmas (Simon Romantic Comedies)
Lexi's been going out with Cameron for way too long. Sure, he's a nice guy, but there's a spark missing between them. So she comes up with the perfect plan: get him to fall for another girl so she'll be free -- and guilt-free, too.
But when Lexi sees Cameron looking awfully cozy with Jaylene, her heart melts, especially when...more
Of course, older me realizes that this an essential part of the plot and part of what makes this story pri...more
The characters were what made this book stand out from the rest of the Romantic Comedies. They were just so different, and yet, Hapka was able to make them fit perfectly wi...more
As a huge Christmas fan, I was ecstatic to discover this book while surfing the B&N bookstore on my Nook. That being said, I was mostly a fan of Claus Lake, the setting, then the actual story. A place where people actually start preparing for Christmas in September and gladly overlook Halloween. Sounds like my kind of place! The plotline, though, is pretty unbelievable and made me wish it was a cute ABC Family movie instead of a YA novel. (In...more
For those in the mood for a holiday romance, then curl up with THE TWELVE DATES OF CHRISTMAS. As with all the Simon Romantic Comedies, this one won't disappoint. The ending can be deduced from it being part of the Romantic Comedies collection, but how Lexi gets to her "happily ever after" is what makes this story so much fun!
Lexi has been dating Cameron Kehoe for the last three years. It's her senior year, and she's not sure that Cameron is going to fit in...more
I thought this was a cute read, it kind of reminded me of a holiday version of How to Take the Ex Out of Ex-Boyfriend. Lexi gets a little panicked that her future plans don’t match up with her long-time boyfriend Cameron. So she decides it would be better to break-up now then deal with it when they graduate and go off to school. Only once she’s gotten him settled with another girl, she realizes just how much she loves him and hates seeing him with someone new. It was actually kind of funny to...more
I learned that it's not really good to look to the future all the time. Even though looking to the...more
This book was just like all the other Simon Rom-Coms. They're very predictable, and they always, always have a happy ending. That was fine with me, though. It was nice to read a happy book after reading so many serious books.
This was a good Simon Rom-Com. It's not one of my favorites, but it was a pretty good one. I loved reading about all the crazy ideas Lexi was thinking up to first get rid of Cam and then to get him back.
If you are looking for a good, quick, e...more
I'd suggest a pass on this book, there's way cuter holiday reads out there, and that's a...more
The Twelve Dates of Christmas is a cute/light...more