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Lovestruck Summer by Melissa C. Walker
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Oct 09, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: ya-chic-lit
Read from January 11 to 12, 2011 — I own a copy

Trust me when I say the cover page does not do justice with what's inside the book.

I like it when I can connect to the protagonist. It's so rare that I put my shoes into the character(s) I read. But Quinn is something... mainly since I am a MUSIC-INDIE-JUNKIE, HATE-POP-SONGS kind of person.

So I was really glad I share something with the protagonist.

I also like the fact that Quinn is an ass sometimes. Ü She's stereotyping her cousin, the TriPi minions and the fratty cowboy neighbor.

And who doesn't want a "Sumpreme" guy? You know, the kind of guy you want that listens to the music you like, introduce you to new indie bands, and music is his life? (indie music that is! and not TOP 40 songs Ü).
I know I do. Ü

But then again you meet someone who you argue with all the time. How they tell you that you are not open to all kinds of music... namely Country.Ü And tells you that you're a stubborn mule.

This book is a keeper for me. Very light and entertaining. Pretty much my kind of reads.

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