How to Kiss Your Crush
He's way out of her league.
Sixteen-year-old activist, Norah Richmond wants to save the world, one toilet at a time. Problem is it’s hard to get people interested in helping with sanitation in struggling countries, and the fundraising is going badly. Until her crush, Zac Mackenzie literally crashes into her life.
Everyone knows he’s a serial flirt, but when he offers to help
Norah Richmond is only 16 years old and a high school junior, but she has already spent years donating her time to many worthy charities, either by fundraising or by hands-on volunteer work, or both. Her current good cause is providing toilets for poor people in underdeveloped nations. This past summer she traveled with a youth group to Cambodia for two weeks to contribute to solving their sanitation problems caused by the fact that over 50% of the p ...more
The beauty of this story is that both characters grew and became a better version of themselves beca ...more
Norah couldn’t flirt to save her life. Staying away from the opposite sex wasn’t something she’d ever had to worry about.
She’d always thought raising money for good causes would make her feel...well...good. But the more she did, the more there was to do. And right now she was f ...more
Opinions: Overall, How to Kiss Your Crush deserves the same sentence as How to Kiss a Bad Boy: a fun, quick, cute read for a long weekend. One thing I appreciate is Ashby's efforts in creating a series of romances that are all independent and unique. There are no overlapping personalities, situations, and endings in any of her books! This engages the reader for longer and makes the stories more believable. On the downside, I found ...more
I really like the characters of these stories and I wish this series wasn't over. Norah is a nerdier girl that wants to help people and help many different charities. Zac on the other hand doesn't do anything for charities and is a more popular soccer player. He is kind of ...more
She has a degree in English and Journalism from the University of Queensland and is married with two children. Her debut book was nomin ...more