Lauren Conrad forced me to read this book.
I mean, I do everything this woman says.
Just kidding (I mean, have you seen my hair?)
|Actually, Lauren rocks this look.|
I would not be so fortunate.
I'd probably stab myself with a bobby pin or something.
Here's my required reading,
my sworn duty.
All kidding aside, Lauren runs a pretty classy website-
including this lovely book club.
In fact, I owe her a thank-you note for convincing me to read this book.
I've been a little "off" on my YA reading, as of late.
But I LOVED THIS BOOK.
It was SO CUTE!
(cue the Elle Woods voice, which I will be using the rest of this blog)
I loved Lara Jean's voice.
She's charming, flawed, and innocent.
She's trusting and suspicious.
She's in love and in hate at the same time.
She fights with her sisters on a regular basis, but adores and defends them
as any good sister would.
The family dynamic was fabulous--even the details,
such as hiding Girl Scout cookies in the freezer.
|Elle Woods would only eat cookies during a break up.|
Yes, it's a YA book.
Yes, it's a love triangle.
Yes, it's coming of age.
|Yes, there is a hot tub.|
For those of you who don't like these things--GET OVER YOURSELVES
and buy some other book instead.
Nobody forced you to read this--except Lauren Conrad, of course.
Personally, I'm glad I took her advice.
I think I'll read every book she suggests.
She's got good taste.
Now, if only she'd feature MY book on her site.
That would be "a dream within a dream".
And if she'd tell me what to do with my hair, that would be cool, too.
|Okay, this is an old picture, but it proves that my hair has always been crazy.|
My favorite notepad ever said, "How can I control my life, if I can't control my hair?"