Flat-Out Love

I’m adding a new little addition to Enchanting Havoc. I LOVE Goodreads and think it’s amazing that after I write a review about a book over there that it gives me the html to post it over on my blog. SO – you all get the exciting reviews that I’m going to be doing on all of the trashy, young adult books I’m highly addicted to! If are a member of Goodreads you can find me {HERE}

Flat-Out LoveFlat-Out Love by Jessica Park

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really wasn’t sure what to think about this book in the beginning, but found myself excitedly drawn to it. I loved the Facebook status updates and messages – I knew that something else major had to be going down and that kept my interest. This book has a way to just knock the wind out of you as it all unfolds. There are tears, laughter and a beautiful romance that I couldn’t help but just LOVE! Flat-Out Love is a feel good, satisfying read!!

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2 comments to Flat-Out Love

  • Amanda, where do you find time to read fiction – a mom – a student – a bride – and so much more. All I read is blog posts – and I’m not very good at keeping up with those – I read the Bible – but that’s just about it – that’s all I have time for – and I don’t wear all the hats that you do. If I read books – I’d be tempted to read this – I give your post five of five stars :-) God bless and keep you and each and every one of yours Amanda.

  • waving hi here too ƪ(◠‿◠)╯ God bless you and yours Amanda.

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