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So Over You by Gwen Hayes
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Oct 15, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: best-books, 5-stars, books-every-teen-needs-to-read, ebook-read
Read on December 11, 2011

I really liked this book. It was really funny in the beginning, I loved the objectifying cats thing and her names for Foster; Lucifer, Satan, Beelzebub, I thought it was hilarious, but I also got a sense that it was a little sad because she seemed to mean them, but sometimes got a glimpse of pain and feelings for him, showing that she really didn't. Then it got more serious towards the end, with good reason. I loved the banter and the way they acted but then couldn't help but like each other. I liked the story of the dates and everything that happened to her and between her and Foster before the truth started to show. It was really cute but then at the same time serious, and at the end, it had an important message and story. I'm glad they could overcome everything, especially Layney. And glad Foster, I don't know, was the way he was, he loved her, still, and tried to do what he could and felt really guilty. I loooooved Foster's story from when they were 7 and how that is when you see clearly, not just in the awwww inspiring moments where you can kind of see, but you can really clearly see that he loves her and has for years and even since they broke up and even though she treats him the way she does and did. I thought it was soo sweet and wonderful, but you know heartbreaking that he was so upset at the end. He really did love her, for 10 years. Which by the I LOVE THAT LINE!!!!!!! the
"I Couldn't get you out of my system for 10 years"
quote and the description of his smile during his story :D, sad face, almost made me want to cry and smile at the same time, AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! Which is basically how the book went, AWW moments, AWWW cry moments, laughs and a little bit of seriousness. Why she turned out the way she did and why she didn't trust him, it wasn't just the party but fear also, it makes sense. It's weird though how he just took everything she dished out, although I guess he didn't really, he teased her too, like he said, to help her justify her actions, probably because he felt guilty.
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