Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn't Have) by Sarah Mlynowski

To say I enjoyed this book wold be an understatement. I LOVED this book!
It was so much fun! I have become a Mlynowski fan for life!
We follow the main female protagonist, April, whose parents are divorced and she ends p with her dad in West-port (by choice) meanwhile her brother and mother moves to Paris with her new husband. Unfortunately for her, her father has remarried and has decided to move to Cleveland (which conveniently happens to be the hometown of her step-mom) as he has managed to obtain a more lucrative job there. April's world starts spinning when she is told the news and she along with her friend Violet manages to convince April's father to let April stay at Violets place till thee end of the year.
The glitch? They lead April's father to believe that April will be staying with Violet AND her mother but Violets mother is out of town!
The rest of the story revolves around how April copes on her own, managing living without parents and a love triangle.
If you are looking for a meaningful read, please head the other way around. Because this is definitely not for you!
This is a mindless, fun, hilarious, fun read...did i mention FUN? :)

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  1. I loved this one too. I read it last summer -- perfect summer read!
    Thanks so much for dropping by!

  2. I saw this book in the bookstore and almost bought it but something else, can't remember what, caught my eye instead. This does look like a great book.

  3. I have never read anything by this author- but it sounds great. I will have to add it to my list!


    1. this is my first book from this author and I loved it, as you can say from the review! :)

  4. Great review! This does sound like a lot of fun. I'll have to check it out. :)

    1. This is a great summer read. Do check it out! :)

  5. I've read her other book and want to get my hands on this one.
    THanks for review,
    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog