Author: Jennifer Echols
Series: Superlatives #2
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Release Date: January 13th, 2015
Date Read: August 30th, 2014
Point of View: Single (Harper Davis)
Writing: First Person | Past Tense
Genre: Young Adult | Realistic Fiction
In a Nut Shell...
A fast-paced sweet romance with a nice and surprising twist and ending.
Advance Reader Copy provided by Simon Pulse
In this book, it all started with Harper being pair with Brody as the "Perfect Couple that Never Was" because they both are dating someone else. Because of the vote, Harper begins to have a feeling for Brody.
The storyline was really well thought out because even the book was light and fluffy, there were done in a way that it wasn't too sweet and cute that I couldn't stomach. The plot twist was surprising and I totally didn't think of that, but it made complete sense when it did happen. The whole way through, the book kept me engaged with both the story and the characters, and I have to say Tia was a little more likable in this book.
The writing was smooth and hilarious. There were so many times I couldn't help but laugh, mostly because of Sawyer, and I cannot wait to read book 3, Most Likely to Succeed!!! Dammit, if I didn't love this boy. Back to this book, I loved that it was a quick it and the ending added a nice touch to the whole story.
In short, I really had a blast from reading this book. Like I said before, I have had a few hits and misses when it comes to Jennifer Echols books, and this one was definitely a hit. Those who love reading sweet and fluffy contemporary high school romance will love this one.