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Four Days of You and Me

3.67  ·  Rating details ·  1,884 ratings  ·  398 reviews
A new swoon-worthy romance following a couple's love story on the same date over four years.

Every May 7, the students at Coffee County High School take a class trip. And every year, Lulu’s relationship with Alex Rouvelis gets a little more complicated. Freshman year, they went from sworn enemies to more than friends after a close encounter in an escape room. It’s been har
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published May 5th 2020 by Sourcebooks Fire
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Feb 08, 2020 rated it it was ok
As soon as I read the summary for Four Days of You and Me I knew I would love it.

Turns out I shouldn't be so confident with my reading taste, because inevitably a book like this will throw me a curveball and make me question everything I think I know.

We follow Lulu and Alex's romance on four field trips across four years, seeing how their relationship progresses as they grow and mature. The concept sounded so cute! From escape rooms to NYC to London, we see Lulu and Alex breakup, makeup and fo
Melanie (mells_view)
Mar 23, 2020 rated it really liked it

Did Alex really touch my hand? What does it mean? I need to check my horoscope ASAP.

Four Days of You and Me was an enjoyable read. If you’re looking for a transformative YA novel where the characters are already established and have nothing to learn or grow from, (which sort of defeats the purpose of transformative, but whatever) then this one probably isn’t for you. Four Days of You and Me is a light-hearted YA romance read. The characters are flawed, they make mistakes, they make more mist
M.  [storme reads a lot]
Nothing makes me more sad that when an anticipated read doesn’t live up to the hype. This book left me wanting so much more than I was given. It could have been the perfect story, but it just missed the mark to make a connection I normally feel when Kenneally writes a book. Her Thousand Oaks series is one of my favorite YA sports books, and I was just spoiled by this to think this book was going to be the same way.

This book is told over the span of specific days over the course of high school. L
Apr 26, 2020 rated it it was ok
2 stars, maybe 2.5 stars if I'm being generous

I went into this book thinking it would be the YA version of One Day (a book I really loved, despite its tragic ending), except instead of spanning a course of 20 years, it would cover only the four years that Lulu and Alex (the MCs) are in high school. And it kind of was, to a certain degree—only without everything that made One Day so great. Contrary to what the synopsis would lead you to believe, the book follows the characters on multiple days th
Jan 07, 2021 rated it really liked it
Four Days of You and Me is the perfect example of why timing is everything. Had I picked this up at any other time, I probably wouldn't have gotten very far before setting it aside, not because it's a bad book, but because I'm definitely not the target audience. Like a CW or Freeform teenage soap, this book was filled with drama, drama, drama. Omg, does my crush like me?...Sorry, I just really need to focus on getting a college scholarship right now instead of our relationship...I like him, but ...more
May 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
Adorable Adorable Adorable

I had super high expectations for this and although it didn’t quite meet them, it was still a great read.


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Every spring the students of Coffee County High School get to take a class trip. The locations get better as they get older. And every year, Lulu's relationship with Alex Rouvelis gets a little more convoluted and intense. As freshmen, they were enemies after an intense race over a student council position. But they couldn't deny their chemistry either. The two date, breakup, and much more across the span of four years, but each year, the class trip seems to bring them together again. And Lulu a ...more
Namera [The Literary Invertebrate]
ARC received in exchange for an honest review - thank you!

Generally, Miranda Kenneally writes cute YA contemporary sports romances, which I quite like. They're slightly angsty, well-written, and adorable.

This book was none of those things. It was stupid, unrealistic, and filled with unlikeable characters. 

The central couple consists of Louise Wells, perky blonde daughter of the town dentist, and Alexander Rouvelis, son of a Greek restaurant owner who's legendary at baseball. Or maybe it'
I’ve read and enjoyed several of Miranda’s other books and was basically beside myself when I got my greedy hands on this one. The cover is cute and the synopsis sounded like everything I could have wanted. Sadly, I’m wondering if 2 stars is too high of a rating.

I liked Lulu? Yes, that’s a question. She’s talented and driven and I’m not sure what else I can say. She does come across as sheltered and whiny. Alex is charming when he wants to be, but also a jerk. Together there’s no chemistry or h
Lisa Wolf
Such a sweet story! It’s been a while since I’ve read any YA, but I’ve always enjoyed Miranda Kenneally’s books, so I knew I had to read her newest.

Lulu and Alex start as rivals freshman year, both running for class president — Lulu on a green platform, and Alex capitalizing on his popularity as a baseball star. When Alex wins, they exist as frenemies for the rest of the school year, until accidentally getting locked into an escape room together on their class trip. As they finally acknowledge t
Miranda Kenneally has been an auto-buy author of mine for a long time now, her books are always my go to when I need a pick me up. And it’d been a while since I’d read any of her books, so you could say that my eager anticipation of Four Days of You and Me was an understatement. Once again Kenneally did not disappoint when it came to this book, I enjoyed the twists and turns we were given with Alex and Lulu and how the chapters panned across the past and present of their lives during their time ...more
May 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
* I received an advanced copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.*
This book was absolutely addictive from the very beginning! I fell in love with each of the characters from the first page and I couldn’t quit reading to see what would happen to each of them on each field trip that they took! The love story in this book had my heart strings tugging at every turn of the page and I felt every heartbreak that our main character did! This is my first book read by this autho
Lindsay (pawsomereads)
I loved the drama in this one, it reads just like a high school ABC family show from when I was a teenager (I just made myself sound so old but that was only like 4 years ago lol).
I enjoyed the multiple timelines and seeing the romance and storylines unfold as the narrative bounces back and forth between months and years. At the beginning, I was worried about getting lost in the frequent back and forth but this ended up not being case. It was pretty easy to keep things clear as far as what
Jen Ryland
So cute! RTC

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Ruby Rose
Nov 03, 2020 rated it it was ok
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I feel like I switched from giving out whole 5 star reviews, to only giving 3,2, and 1 star reviews. But the point is, when someone tells you that you are going to be reading a clean read, you kind of just expect that it is going to be clean and not going to throw any surprises at you. I have been wanting to read this one since it came out to the public this year.

This one said it was clean in many other reviews as well as I was reading through some made it sound very clean, EVEN THE BEGINNING, M
Andi (Andi's ABCs)
This review was originally posted on Andi's ABCs

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. It’s hard to hid the fact that I’m a huge fan of Miranda Kenneally. Since reading Catching Jordan in 2012 I have been hooked on her books. There is something so refreshing and fun about her stories. So when Four Days of You and Me was announced I was beyond excited. I loved the idea of two teens going t
Chloe Zuch
May 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
My feelings were felt like they were on a rollercoaster the entire time I read this book!
The Candid Cover (Olivia & Lori)
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Four Days of You and Me by Miranda Kenneally was a book I was excited to read since I have always enjoyed her work. Her latest novel takes place on class trips over the course of four years, but this element was one of the only aspects I enjoyed about the book. Much of the story is melodramatic, and the use of flashbacks becomes confusing since the state of the characters’ relationship is constantly changing from chapter to chapter. Furthermore, their relationship
Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
3.5 Stars

This was an adorable and cozy book that was just so much fun to read. I loved seeing Lulu and Alex's relationship develop on their class trips all throughout high school. It was cool seeing so many familiar sites in the earlier trips, and so many wishlist bucketlist places in the later ones. Lulu and Alex have their ups and downs, but I liked seeing how their relationship changed through the years. And Lulu's friendships with her Grace and Max were wonderful. I feel like we got more dev
Arielle ⭐ Cursebreaker ⭐

Alright, people *rubs hands together* I'm once and for all mini-reviewing all of these damn books that have been sitting, finished, on my "currently reading" shelf for MONTHS now. First of all, I SWEAR I wrote a good long review on this book. I don't know if that was some kind of weird ass dream I had (like why would I dream about writing a review??? lol who knows) but I can't find where I possibly could have done that so HERE WE ARE.

I have read almost all of Kenneally's Hundred Oaks ser
Apr 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
Four Days of You & Me details the high school years of Alex and Lulu, high school enemies turned sweethearts.

This was a cute, fast-paced read. Each section details a year of Alex and Lulu’s high school career, starting with the class field trip that happens each year.

You have your typical high school drama throughout the book, but it makes it realistic, because what high school crowd doesn’t have drama? You also get to witness both characters mature over the years and I enjoyed getting to see th
Amanda Belcher
May 03, 2020 rated it did not like it
Shelves: dnf
I stopped reading this book at about 15%. It was poorly written and the characters felt like stereotyped caricatures rather than real people. The narrative also jumps around in a way that felt jarring, unnecessary, and confusing to the storyline at hand, particularly when it came to how the main character felt about Jonah and Alex. The writing--specifically the dialogue--was overly dramatic and felt as though the author was out of touch with how real teenagers would talk, think, and act. Perhaps ...more
Christy LoveOfBooks
A nice light, cute read in the middle of a pandemic is just what I needed. Plus, The enemies-to-lovers trope is my catnip! I can’t resist!

This takes place over their four years of high school, with an emphasis on the end-of-year class trips. I liked the format of the class trips being the focus, but also getting significant events that led up to them. I also enjoyed the characters. Not only were Lulu & Alex entertaining, the little group of friends are, too.
Mar 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
FOUR DAYS OF YOU AND ME by Miranda Kennealy was a swoon-worthy delight! I loved every second of reading it. It was so much fun. I fell head-over-heels for the characters, and the story itself had so much emotional depth. I was absolutely glued to it. The timeline was unique and well done. It was just everything I love in a YA contemporary romance. A glowing five stars!
Samantha (WLABB)
Apr 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing

I am going to be upfront with you, I am a super fan of the Hundred Oaks series. You could only imagine how excited I was, when I heard about this book. But, my excitement came with high expectations, and I am happy to say, they were exceeded.

Kenneally's other eight books all had romance in them, but the focus always seemed to be on the main character, and the issues she was working through. This book was a full-on romance. The relationship between Lulu and Alex took center stage, and I was reall
May 02, 2020 rated it really liked it
Every year, there’s a class field trip. And on said class field trip, Lulu and Alex manage to go from enemies to lovers to friends to enemies to friends to lovers. To sum it up without giving anything away, throughout high school, Lulu and Alex grow apart in order to grow together, navigating life with selfless love and mutual respect. But, what’s the end game when it’s time to head off to college?

Tbh, the beginning had me confused. The timeline of things, the back and forth each year, but at ab
Feb 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
4 Stars!

This is my first book by Miranda Kenneally and it won't be my last. I feel like her books fall into a more mature YA section and I really enjoyed this one! I really enjoyed the concept, at first I was a little confused how it all aligned together because of the way the story is written, but once I jumped in, the story started becoming more intriguing. It jumps from the past to the present, sort of like Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren. What I really loved about this book was the
May 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
If I could rate this book 10 Stars I would. It was AMAZING 😉 !!!!! I’m already waiting for Miranda Kenneally’s next book. I’ve already read her previous ones. These are the kind of books I love, the ones where I drop whatever I’m doing and l block out the world to be fully engrossed in a book. I can’t recommend it enough.
Mrs.Heather Lassley
Oct 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
First off, I am so glad for a new book from this author. Second, I am in love with these characters. These beautifully crafted, fabulously flawed characters. I cannot say much more, but you will not regret reading this YA book.

PS. Not for middle school. :-)
lobelyys (tired af)
i wanna read this so badly cause, first: the story sounds good. second: my birthday falls on the 7th may, and when i went to school every freaking year i had a trip with my classmates on this period of time so i always celebrated my birthdays on trips, so i wanna remember the good ol' days with this book! ...more
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Growing up in Tennessee, Miranda Kenneally dreamed of becoming an Atlanta Brave, a country singer (cliché!), or a UN interpreter. Instead she writes, and works for the State Department in Washington, D.C., where George W. Bush once used her shoulder as an armrest. Miranda loves Twitter, Star Trek and her husband.

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