The Melody of You and Me sounded like it was going to be really cute, but sadly it was just awkward and boring. Chris is a musician working at a bookstore, and recently went through a break up. In walks Josie, the new hire. She’s cute, friendly, and bookish, so of course Chris is immediately smitten. Things get even better when Josie admits to being gay (although she’s not out yet). The two start spending time together. Hanging out quickly turns into making out. And soon Chris finds the motivation she needs to get her dreams back on track and reconnect with her parents.
Make It Count was so freaking cute! I wanted to snuggle everyone, pat their heads, and tell them it’s all going to be okay! Kat is failing statistics and needs a tutor. That tutor winds up being her boyfriend’s hot, nerdy BFF and roommate. She’s nervous to have Alex tutor her, because she doesn’t want him to think she’s dumb. And there’s the little matter of them both being attracted to the other, but not being able to act on it. However, Kat’s boyfriend is a jerk, and she soon finds herself single and falling for her tutor.
Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted at Caffeinated Book Reviewer to recap our weeks and show off our new bookish goodies!
Trade Me has a lot going on in it, but it’s all fantastic! It has an opposites attract, fake relationship turned real Romance and a swapped lives plot! On top of many other wonderful and interesting themes. Tina is poor, putting herself through college, and partially supporting her family. Blake is a billionaire, heir to even more billions, and under pressure to take over his father’s company. After a classroom debate, Blake proposes that he and Tina switch lives for the semester. She’ll no longer have to stress about money, and he gets a break from his business duties. They both get more than they bargained for.
Fit Readers is a weekly meme and call to action for us bookworms to get up and get moving! It’s hosted by Felicia @ Geeky Bloggers Book Blog and Jen @ That’s What I’m Talking About. Each week, we’re asked to check in and share our fitness history. So let’s see how I got moving last week…
I was expecting more from Noteworthy given the premise and the adorable cover. It was still a really cute and enjoyable read though. Jordan is in her Junior year at Kensington and just lost out on another role in a school musical due to her low voice and her less than feminine appearance. Jordan is discouraged, but she’s not giving up. Then she sees that the campus all-male a capella group needs a new member with her voice range. Cue the crossdressing!
Wishlist Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Pen to Paper. It’s where we get to share books that have been on our wishlists forever or are newly added. My Amazon Wishlist is overflowing, so let’s see what title I’m featuring this week…