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La lista del corazón

3.81  ·  Rating details ·  10,873 ratings  ·  2,100 reviews
El verano de Abby Turner se está volviendo un verdadero desastre.
En primer lugar, tiene sentimientos por Cooper, su mejor amigo, pero definitivamente él no siente lo mismo por ella (¿cómo se supone que debemos lidiar con un corazón roto?). En segundo lugar, ya no puede manejar la ansiedad de su madre, que cada vez es peor. Y, como si esto fuera poco, la acaban de rechazar
Tapa blanda con solapas, 314 pages
Published February 18th 2019 by Puck (first published December 26th 2017)
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Floor Schuurmans This is the first in a set of three standalone books with crossover characters.
Devon Fame, Fate and the First Kiss which focuses on Abby's friend Lacey comes out on February 5th of this year and i'm not sure what the third one will be…moreFame, Fate and the First Kiss which focuses on Abby's friend Lacey comes out on February 5th of this year and i'm not sure what the third one will be but I think it should be announced soon(less)
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Hailey (Hailey in Bookland)
I’m torn between a 3.5 and a 4, so I guess it’s more of a 3.75 but this was so cute! I loved the whole concept of it and for once for a romance, I really wasn’t sure how it would end which was kind of refreshing! A great Valentine’s Day read!!
I can barely manage to write a book review, how does Kasie West publish like 508 books a year????

While this book was better than her 507 other books, it still wasn't good.

Definitely not good enough for me to write a review for it.

Mar 21, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: teen-romance
I have officially outgrown Kasie West.

If we’re completely honest with each other, I knew this day would come eventually. I didn’t think it would be so soon, but then again, Kasie West has published three books in 2017, so it’s normal that I have rapidly realized this author is just not for me anymore.

I will never hate her novels. I have never, and even if I do continue reading her books (which I doubt will happen), there is no chance of me wanting to burn any of her writings in the future. Bec
Kasie West, I am slowly giving up on you.

Agonizingly slowly. But giving up all the same.

As I have been on the record as saying before, in my own reviews and maybe in some newspapers (I don’t know I don’t read every newspaper it’s a possibility shut up), I really want to like Kasie West.

I read a lot of contemporaries. Kasie West writes a lot of contemporaries. That’s the kind of ideal YA-based symbiotic relationship I am looking for.

Unfortunately, all that cranking-out of romantic plotlines comes
What an adorable, swoon worthy ride!!!
I think this might be my new favorite Kasie West book!!!!

4.75/ 5
Korrina  (OwlCrate)
Well that was just soooo dang cute. Just what I needed to get me out of this reading slump.
Cait • A Page with a View

Basic plot: Abby is a teen artist whose paintings aren't accepted into an art show because she doesn't "have enough heart," so she makes a list of things to do that will supposedly give her the depth she needs to become a better artist.

I loved so many parts of this story (like the painting and how much everything just felt like summer), but I think my favorite part was probably all of the different relationships. Abby's grandpa is a major character, her best friend
may ❀
it was good, cute, and fluffy but also cliche and kinda boring

2.5 stars!!


time to keep up with tradition and immediately read anything kasie west has touched with slump
Jaime Arkin
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Hi… Have we met? I’m a Kasie West junkie. Whatever she’s writing, I’m reading. Her writing, her characters, her stories… everything just works perfectly for me, and her latest, Love, Life & The List was such a wonderful read.

Abby and Cooper are best friends and have been for ages. The catch? Abby has some very strong, unrequited feelings for Cooper, and when she approached him about them and he didn’t react as expected she very quickly made a joke and pretended she didn’t mean a word. So no
3.5/5 stars

I really liked this book for the most part! It features one of my favorite tropes that was, for the most part, well done - but then it got really frustrating. I ended up close to not wanting the main character and the love interest together because I really don’t think he deserved her. He was great at first but then really did some stuff I didn’t like that was addressed but then dismissed so quickly that it almost didn’t feel like it was addressed at all. I originally had this star r
Jasmine from How Useful It Is
About: Love, Life, and the List is a young adult fiction written by Kasie West. It will be published on 12/26/17 by Harper Teen, an imprint of HarperCollins, 384 pages. The genres are contemporary, fiction, romance, and young adult.

My Experience: I started reading Love, Life, and the List on 10/20/17 and finished it on 10/25/17. This book is another fun read from Kasie West. It’s full of sarcastic humor, challenges, friendship, and family. I love the easy to read pace and the go-getter characte
Aj the Ravenous Reader

One of the most different Kasie West books I’ve read in the sense that it has more depth in terms of plot and themes. I appreciate how it gave a refreshing twist to the best friend-to-lovers trope. It’s supposedly predictable but at the same time, it’s not. How the story managed to achieve that is impressive.

One of my favorite things about the novel is the main character herself. I adore her strength. In the story, she was rejected several times in different ways by different people and yet she
Yesy (The Book Vagrant)
Is this now my favorite Kasie West book????

Jen Ryland
I loved Kasie West's pararnomals but have had mixed results with her contemporaries. Sad to say that overall I thought this was just okay and that some aspects of it really bothered me.

Abby is secretly in love with her best friend Cooper. A year ago she told him this, but when he didn't seem to return her feelings, she quickly claimed she'd been joking. Now she hangs around him all the time, silently pining.

Abby's also an artist who's hoping to get her work included in an upcoming art show. Wh
Chelsea ❤Peril Please❤
Happy Valentine’s Day, Lovelies!

I really don't know that I counted this as a romance...and if you go into it expecting a grand one, it will be painful. Like it was for me. Oh yes, you heard me correctly. Yeah, this is labeled a contemporary romance, but it really was, I don’t know, more about finding out who you are as a person and learning to love yourself enough to do what’s best for YOU. Learning that life isn’t always perfect. That there’s so much more to learn than what you realize. It’s a
Rachel Reads Ravenously
4 stars!

That was so dang cute! Kasie West is the queen of YA romances, I always enjoy her books. This is the perfect escapist novel! Be sure to read it if you want a break from reality (like meh!)

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Feb 19, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
That was so cute! But also boring.
Also, I love Cooper Wells.
Aaaand this book did not cure my slump. How sad.


Kasie West cures slumps. I am in a slump. Therefore Kasie West will cure me from said slump.

Buddy read with Critical Reader.
Beatrice ~ Confessions of a Pinay Bookaholic
If I haven't been distracted by other books, I would have finished this last month. I'm desperate for a fluffy read after finishing two consecutive emotional books. Anyways, I haven't kept up with Kasie West's books and you all know I adore her books so much.

Love, Life and the List is by far the chunkiest book she has ever written. It's a good contemporary book but I had issues with it. I wasn't a fan of the protagonist, Abby Turner. She's immature and sarcastic. She's quite annoying but I guess
Feb 11, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: contemporary, romance, ya
“No matter how much we wish we could twist and bend someone’s will to ours, they have to want it too.”

The summer before senior year Abby is left by two of her quartet of best friends to spend it with Cooper. Cooper, the boy she professed her love to the summer prior but then brushed it off as a joke to save embarrassment at his daunted face. To make matters worse she has been told that her paintings lack heart. In an effort to add more life to her art, she compiles a to do list to help inspire
This was exactly what I wanted to read.

Love love love the BFF to more trope and Abby and Cooper are adorable together. I love their snark and banter and her art and his goofiness. I really enjoyed being on Abby’s head while she figured everything. There’s a great set of characters here and I can’t wait to see who gets a story.

Plot wise, it was slow enough for me to savor and quick enough to satisfy. I loved the idea of the list and how everyone in her family wants to help. Her grandpa is espec
Nov 26, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2017-releases
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***

Love, List, and the List by Kasie West
Publisher: HarperTeen
Publication Date: December 26, 2017
Rating: 4 stars
Source: ARC sent by the publisher

Summary (from Goodreads):

Everyone knows Abby Turner is in love with her best friend, Cooper Wells. Including Cooper Wells. But despite what people tell her, it doesn’t affect their friendship. And she’s practically over it, anyway. What she really can’t get over is when her boss at the local museum tells her t
This was rlly fluffy n cute n sweet. Like almost too much. Almost. It's about summer and teenagers and best friends and art! It was fun.

Abby was a cool chick! She actually had a personality and hobbies! And best of all she acted like a real seventeen year-old. They all did! I will give props to Kasie West for writing authentic teens characters. And she and Cooper had a lovely friendship. She also was really passionate about art and created a summer to-do list to help her gain experience and new
destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]
This was my first ever Kasie West book, and I picked it up when I was in probably my worst reading slump all year. I have to give Kasie kudos for the fact that I read the entire thing in one sitting and it managed to pull me out of my slump! It was a really cute, fast, and fun read, which is all I expected when I went into it, honestly.

what i liked
• Abby’s family is pretty precious. We see some surprising anxiety and agoraphobia rep in her mother, but the star of this book for me was her g
✧ k a t i e ✧
“We can only control ourselves. No matter how much we wish we could twist and bend someone’s will to ours, they have to want it too.”


Kasie West is literally my kryptonite. No matter what she writes or how she writes it, I will read it. And I will enjoy it. I don't think it's physically possible for me to hate a Kasie West novel.

Abby and Cooper were so adorable. I loved them both individual and together. They we
*I Received an advanced copy of this book from Harpercollins in exchange for an honest review.*

I'm really trying to figure out how to review this because I, of course, I enjoyed it. It's Kasie West, obviously, it was good. But that's basically all it was for me. This is the first time I haven't REALLY shipped a couple in one of her books, I just wasn't feeling it.

I will literally read anything and everything Kasie West writes.

Gimme now.
(I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.)

This was a YA contemporary romance story about an artist and a quad bike rider.

I liked Abby and Cooper in this, and I liked their friendship. I felt sorry for Abby that Cooper didn’t want more, and I also felt sorry for her when it came to trying to get her art in a show.

The storyline in this was about Abby being told by her employer that her art didn’t have enough heart, and making a list of things to do w
This had everything I love in a book: a to-do list, a sarcastic main character, and the best-friends-to-lovers trope. Therefore, I should have loved this book. Yet I'm left with two main thoughts.

1. These two were way too needy. Tracking each other's phone, interrupting their quality time with someone else because you can't stand the idea of them having other friends, sending hundreds of texts when the other doesn't reply. This was definitely on the unhealthy side of the clingy scale.

2. Agorapho
This book was so cute. I've read a few Kasie West novels now, and I think this one is my favorite. This is a light and fluffy YA contemporary novel that follows this girl named Abby who is a painter, and she desperately wants her paintings displayed in this art show, but she is sad when she shows her boss her paintings and he rejects her and says her paintings need "more heart". So Abby creates a list of experiences she feels like she needs to have in order to become a better painter. She's also ...more
Simona Bartolotta

You have no idea how much I needed this. The last two releases by Kasie West left me more than disappointed, as you know, so I was just a tiny bit scared when I picked up Love, Life, and the List. But guess what: I didn't need to. This is one of the cutest Kasie West novels out there, as far as I'm concerned. I've read all and each of her books in just one sitting, and this one was no exception. I finished it just some hourse ago, and I already wish I could forget it completely and reread it
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