When Nina decides to take a radio broadcasting class her senior year, she expects it to be a walk in the park. Instead, it’s a complete disaster.
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”You gotta keep trying if you want to be the lucky caller.”
Lucky Caller by Emma Mills made me happy. I know that sounds like a simple thing to say, but in my book...it’s pretty darn huge! Fans, friends (old and new), sisters, parents, Hapless Princes (well just the one), and love fill the pages of this book. Adorable, awkward, still beating after all this time kind of love!
Our story begins with Nina and Jaime, childhood friends that for some reason or another have drifted apart. The ...more
Longer review to come closer to the pub date.
i am so shocked, because this is so noT an emma mills cover on brand and idkw what to do with it.
Its not weird but it just so different than her other gorgeous cover MY FEELINGS ARE SO CONFUSED? ARE YOU CONFUSED? HUH!
What I love about her stories is that on the surface, they seem sort of no frills. Lucky Caller is sort of direct in its way. The story focuses on Nina and her family, her friendship with Jamie and her radio class. Obviously the story is so much bigger than those three things, and yet the book has sort of razor focus that makes the story skip by so quickly.
What you'll get from this book: humor, slow burn romance, hard family dyn ...more
As usual, how can I even quantify my love for an Emma Mills book into words? It’s impossible, really. I mean, I’ve tried, but I don’t think they’re completely accurate depictions of what these books mean to me. They’re so special and close to my heart, and Lucky Caller was no exception. In fact, there were so many small personal details (names, etc.) that felt like they were taken from my life that I don’t even feel comfortable sharing them because they’re so personal.
This was the first Emma Mills book I've read! I've seen so many people love her other books, but for some reason I thought she wrote heavier contemporaries and I guess I thought they were the types of books I wouldn't like. I was wrong though haha. Plus, this one sounded really, really good. Complicated best friends-to-lovers and radio sounds like an amazing combination and it was enough to get me to want to try it.
I am so glad I've finally read an Emma Mill ...more
Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion.
Lucky Caller is one of those books that I just want to scream, “I loved it! I loved it! I loved it!” and be done with the review. The whole thing was just so darn good and I loved everything about it. I mean, you don’t really need to know anything else right? Don’t worry. I won’t do that to you. Instead, I’m going to give you a list of what makes Lucky Caller so freaking fabulous.
"I thought of what Sasha had said: 'It doesn't devalue what you had with them, the stuff you experienced, the time you spent together. That's still valid, even if it wasn't built to last.' "
I received an ARC from Netgalley and Macmillan Children's Publishing Group in exchange for an honest review.
hi, yes, police? i'd like to report a theft. this book had the audacity to STEAL MY HEART??? HOW DARE???
gracious, where do i even begin with this beauty? first off, i've never read an emma mills ...more
Since it's a time of change, Nina decides to take a chance on the radio broadcasting class offered at her school. What she doesn't expect is her ex-friend and current neighbor sharing the class with her, being in her radio group, and still giving her those feelings she'd had ...more
Nina has just one semester left of high school. She’s enrolled in a radio broadcasting class, but much to her annoyance, she doesn’t have friends in this class. As she watches everyone else pair off into teams of four, she quickly pairs up with someone she remembers from an old class, and they join up with another pair. Unfortunately for her, this means that she’ll be working with Jamie who used to be a frie ...more