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The Shortest Distance Between Love & Hate by Sandy   Hall
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really liked it

I picked this up and was immediately sucked in and loving it! There was so much fun with the back and forth between Paisley and Carter. Now, I feel like Paisley really got to taking it too far, but then there were times that I think Carter took his side too seriously or emotionally. I like that in the end, when it really counted, Paisley came out and told the truth about things that were her fault and helped Carter out. I get where he was upset with what was going on in his life, but his whole "hating excuses" thing as a reason for why he did so many things was a little irritating. Both of them had a lot of issues to deal with, and made a lot of bad decisions. But you know what, to me, that made it so realistic for how people really are. I'd say this was a good book, I didn't adore it as much as A Prom to Remember, but it definitely kept me reading and turning pages just to see who would finally give in and figure out how to deal with the situation properly.

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Reading Progress

April 25, 2018 – Shelved
April 25, 2018 – Shelved as: to-read
July 5, 2019 – Started Reading
July 5, 2019 –
July 7, 2019 –
July 8, 2019 –
51.0% "Ah come on. Be friends now."
July 9, 2019 –
July 10, 2019 –
88.0% "Didn’t expect that!!"
July 10, 2019 – Finished Reading

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