I am addicted to Simone Elkeles.
Wow I stated that awkwardly. I meant I'm addicted to her books. (And her a little bit *winky face*)
I've already reviewed her Perfect Chemistry series and I've just been reading and re-reading all her books.
Some while ago, I read the entire How to Ruin... series from the library. And I liked the books A LOT.
So here's why:
*WHOOPS SPOILERS BEEP BOOP BOP*
The premise is AWESOME. I've never heard of a book like this: A Jewish-American girl falls for an Israeli boy just before he has to go into the Army and their pitfalls and steamy-points along the way. I was instantly smitten with them because their relationship is just so... quirky but complementing.
It's awkward, but it's funny awkward so it's fine. I am so empathetic that I blush when awkward/embarrassing things happen to characters and DAMN did awkward things happen in this series. Like Avi saw Amy naked before they were together, Amy's dad Ron had a lot of sex talks about their "urges" and "parts", and Amy even kidnapped Avi with plastic handcuffs...
|I loved that scene because it was PERFECT, fyi|
I need to calm down a bit before I write my review for the Paradise series, also by Elkeles. That will probably be up tomorrow (hopefully, I have TCAPs so everything is confusing)
Bye you guys!