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They really like one another. However, with the new family relationships between them and the "hidden" club Chloe has to deal with, how can any romantic relationship between them ever work out for the best? My Book Review : 5 out of 5 stars!! Chloe and Zack are quite a pair about keeping false fronts about their feelings to each other for everyone else while their true feelings are quite different!!

Plus, I loved the fact that they went, pretty much, their whole lives in love with each other and only now taping into those feelings. From them finding out the truth of one another, to getting used to their new living arrangements, to dealing with their new jealousies and old secrets I just could not get enough to this book or this pair!! I recommend this to anyone who enjoys young romances in the YA genre!! Especially ones that deal with old crushes, quirky friends, and guys that want to play games in more ways then one. He was walking him on a leash like a dog, and he was the only sign of life.

She glanced up, curious. Because his mom died and he doesn't want to get close to people. Not the most original piece of writing in the world, but it works, right? Zack has been mean to her since they first meet, preschool or something, and his mother died when he was in Middle school! How does that make sense? So, ok I said maybe I can look past this and went on. But then Zack starts talking about his rebellious faze.

Your mind thinks: Drugs and violence. But all you get is that he pulled a fire alarm. Granted, he was in middle school, but the way he described it sounded like he had killed orphaned bunnies for fun! The exact line was: I pulled a fire alarm to get out of a math test. Chloe happened to stumble across me in the hallway. The look she gave me, full of shock and disappointment, stopped me dead in my tracks.

Why was I doing it? Then later on, at a very convenient time, he added that he fought a lot too, but it was so forced. Things were talked about and then forgotten and then talked about again. It was like they were saying: I like you. Will you be my girlfriend? Small fight I want to give us a shot, lets be in a relationship. I mean, at one point of course was: of coarse.

She was a complete bitch. I'm not even going to feel bad for saying that, because she is. Why would you call her that? Did you do it as an excuse to point out that you are perfect? She could have a horrible life and food makes her feel better. Heck, she could even LIKE being like that.

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View all 16 comments. Jun 28, Sasha seetheworldwithbooks rated it really liked it Shelves: chicklit , teen , cute-boys , cute-plot , family , friendship , high-school , humor , ebook , romance. When i imagine Zack Warren, iam like: Because in my brain he looks like: In other words, he's so damn sexy! I can feel his sexiness through the words written on the book. It's confusing the hell out of me. For example, there are plenty of were. I thought it was past tense from are, turned out it's supposed to be We're.

How annoying. There are plenty typos and mistakes, i didn't count it but i guess it's more than 40 typos there. About the whole story, you can read it from the blurb. It was quite good, and so damn romantic! It's sweet and made me swoon! I really really really liked it! View all 8 comments. It made me smile, it made me grin like a fool, and it made me laugh. The dialogue was great from the "hateful" banter and the cheesy jokes to the romantic scenes.

However, there were a few things that kept me from giving it the full five stars.

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One, for a rather short book, I felt Isabella kind of lost of path in more times than once when she tried a little too hard to be dramatic and incorporated too many elements into this book. I mean in addition to the 3. I mean in addition to the fan club, there was the ghosts, foreboding storms, being afraid of the dark and being locked in attic, a deadbeat dad, best friend drama, a crazed stalker I found myself groaning whenever Isabella introduced another obstacle and strayed from the path.

I think she should have kept it simple. And one of those was the whole being step-brother and step-sister thing.

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Isabella had them attending college, so it wasn't like she couldn't find an excuse for them to be around each other all the time, possibly even living together. I know they're not blood related, but I felt the whole stepbrother-stepsister thing was unnecessary and really awkward. And the thing was Isabella left no solution to that by the end of the book - like they hadn't told their parents.

You're left wondering what's going to happen there. I think the story and dialogue would have been just as great without it. Still, I felt it was a pretty good book, and I found myself really, really liking it. Normally, typos don't bothering me, but there was an awful lot in this book. And this book needs a better editor because "straight" was spelled "strait" throughout the whole entire book.

There was nothing truly exemplary about this novel, nothing that set it apart from other novels written in the same genre. Girl likes boy but pretends to hate him, boy like girls but pretends to hate him, then their parents marry oh no! Girl gets threatened by another guy, boy pretends to be boyfriend, then they admit they really liked each other all along.

Boy finds out about club girl made in 5th grade, boy throws hissy fit, I think you can figure out the ending. Now my main concerns- the writing lacked finesse: they used basic level words, bad grammar and it honestly felt like a high-school student wrote the novel for a class project. Next, the author can not write male point-of-view to save her life. It was obvious a female author was trying to write a male character and failed, I grew up with four brothers all of them different and not one of them would say half the shit Zach thought, and he really didn't pull off good guy, bad past, troubled emotionally.

I mean there was nothing I found interesting or relatable. The characters were boring, the plot line was boring, hell even the villain was boring! There was very little drama and when there was it had a telenovela spanish soap-opera feeling to it; it was big outlandish and for no apparent reason. Finally none of the characters were flawed, Chloe was a sweet, smart, outspoken woman and Zach was a considerate, kind, protective guy. They were boring flawless characters. Do I recommend this book? NO because you will be bored to death, and I hate to see any unsuspecting readers have that fate.

You want troubled flawed characters that are step-siblings done right try a midsummer's nightmare by Kody Keplinger. I liked that one, I won't say it's 5 stars but the book is one of the best ones if you're looking for what is stated above! Too childish.. Underdeveloped, not easily believable and complete lack of editing.. Although if you want a clean YA book that's the book for you, it doesn't get cleanier.. The hero is a 21 year old reformed bad boy..

Yeah the worst thing he did was to activate a fire alarm when 14 but let it slide for now.. He is a virgin but also the sexiest and most wanted boy at college.. The heroine is a nice girl that thinks she is tought and is in love with the formaly bad boy since she was eleven.. The boy is also totaly rational, has the best behaviour ever, no crazy tantrums, no slutiness, oh and he is kind of a secret ninja.. And i'm not kidding!! Great for a rehab session after too many real books! View 2 comments. I reckon it is one of my top I laughed so hard at some points in it.

View all 4 comments. This book had its cute moments but the thing about being step-siblings kind of threw me off.

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Yeah, yeah, they're not related but the fact that they view spoiler [were in the same house and dorm room and kept their relationship secret from their parents hide spoiler ] was a little icky. And the sheer number of typos in this book was very distracting. Oprah even became Opera!

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It was like spell check gone rogue. My heart goes pitter patter and it makes me feel View 1 comment. Mar 30, Jessica Fether rated it liked it. First, the grammar was atrocious.

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Apostrophes for plurals, misplaced commas, and incorrect homophone usage. I'm shuddering now just at the memory. And then there's the whole "hey, we're step siblings but we have the hots for each other" thing. But I still liked it. There were really good parts and other strange and awkward parts. I don't even know what I think. I'm very conflicted and confused. Mar 31, Anita rated it liked it. It was just okay for me, dawg. The story repeated itself over and over - I mean they established their relationship twice.

Jul 24, strawberry rated it did not like it. As I was reading, I kept exclaiming one thing: "Is this book for real?! Seriously, you want to publish a book, at least find a good editor who knows the different between 'loose' and 'lose', or 'straight' and 'strait', 'compliment' and 'complement'! It's such a shove-my-morals-in-your-face kind of book. They don't drink, they don't smoke, they don't sleep around As I was reading, I kept exclaiming one thing: "Is this book for real?! They don't drink, they don't smoke, they don't sleep around, and the MMC even respects women!

No other reason. Still, we're supposed to believe they both are flawless, and the author goes in such pains to tell us so, but how could anyone seriously believe that a this is plausible- flawless people? Chloe and Zack keep bickering with each for no real reason. They are so childish in how they handle their relationships with each other and with other people that they really don't feel like college kids.

Like, Chloe in her POV sounded so in control and relatively strong and bossy, whereas in Zack's POV she was this fragile, sweet girl who couldn't defend herself at all.

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What did I miss? The 'edgy', hard parts of the story weren't even edgy to begin with. The worst thing Zack did in his rebellious phase was to pull a fire alarm. When he was a kid. Also, the villain, if Max was supposed to be even that? Not a villain, at least not at least his very last appearance. He was mostly annoyingly pushy. It's just, to me? The whole thing felt like reading bad fanfiction.

Aug 12, Kimber Wheaton rated it really liked it Shelves: ya. Johnston a couple weeks ago, I stuck this one on my TBR list. Chloe and Zack were so cute in that book and I was dying to read their story. Chloe's and Zack's story is just as cute, funny, and lighthearted as Kyle's and Emma's. The fan club is hilarious; they actually meet under a magnolia tree next to the baseball field while the guys are out practicing.

A massive group of giggly girls and one guy. Chloe started the fan club in elementary school when she had a crush on Zack and never dreamed it would follow her all the way to college. She hasn't liked Zack Warren in years, not since he stole the streamers from her bike. Best friend Lana has an unnatural obsession with the fan club. She makes Chloe miserable in her desire to make the club more official making buttons and expressing the desire to start a website. Zack's father elopes with Chloe's mother in Vegas; when they return, the whole family moves to a large house in the middle of nowhere.

Though Chloe and Zack are normally quite antagonistic toward each other, they decide to pretend to be friends for their parents' benefit. As the two spend more and more time together, they begin to develop a bit of a friendship.

I really liked that the point of view shifted between Chloe and Zack. We get to know the characters so much better this way. Where to start is the big question for Chloe Baker. How was she supposed to explain to Zack Warren that she started a fan club for him when she was a kid? It was just a game. A way to make friends and have fun. She never thought it would spiral out of control. And never. In a million, gazillion years, did she think it would follow her to college.

How could she tell him her best friend Lana kept the club alive? That she had nothing to do with the craziness? She hated him. He hated her. They had very mutual feelings of dislike for each other.