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Thursday, 27 October 2016

If you need a guide to How to Keep a Boy From Kissing You {Yomna's Review}





























Sweet sixteen and never been kissed . . .

That’s Aurora Skye’s big secret. And the way she wants it to stay. She’s not going to give away her first kiss to just anyone. Busy dodging suitors and matchmaking for her best friends, Aurora (not so) patiently awaits her prince.
But everything changes when Aurora is coerced into a lead role in the school production of Much Ado about Nothing. Which means she’ll have to lock lips with her co-star Hayden Paris—the smart and funny boy next door who also happens to be the bane of her existence, always around to see her at her worst.
Now Aurora is more determined than ever to have her first kiss with the one who’s truly worthy of it. But first she’ll have to figure out just who that person is.




My rating: 3/5




Thank you to Netgalley and St Martin's Press for allowing me to read a free advanced copy of this book!

This review is spoiler free!




The most attractive thing about this book is definitely the presence of a good boy as the love interest. 

Stereotypically, girls love bad no-good boys. In some cases, yes that is true. However, most of the time, people don't want what's bad for them. So they want Peeta, they want Prince Maxon. They want characters who care for them and are always there for them. Why would you want a bad boy when you already had Peeta? Exactly, you wouldn't. 

So having a good boy as the love interest in this book is definitely fabulous. I definitely enjoyed that a lot.



























I definitely really liked this book. It was just so easy to get into and finish. I spent all yesterday night reading it. It's just really simple and stress free but in an engaging way. 

The main character was a bit tiresome to me at times, because she was really dramatic and overexcited about everything, and that can get a bit overwhelming. She also always thinks she's right about everything and that attitude can get a bit on your nerves. 

Overall I liked the supporting characters. They were really supportive (get it? Supporting characters are supportive! Haha!!!! I should stop making jokes.) Seriously though, I really did enjoy reading about Aurora's (the main character) besties and their own romantic troubles.

Finally, I really enjoyed this book because it was so easy and fun and strongly recommend it if you have nothing else to read! It's a nice airport read. 

Thanks,
Yomna



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