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She's writing about him. He's writing about her. And everybody is reading between the lines For Erin Blackwell, majoring in creative writing at. Love Story - Jennifer Echols - dokument [*.pdf] Praise for these incredible novels by JENNIFER ECHOLS Forget You “The romance in this book is outstanding. Love Story book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. She's writing about him. He's writing about her. And everybody is r.

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Love Story Jennifer Echols Epub

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Mb Jennifer Echols : Love Story before downloading it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised Love Story: 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. Good but not the best. By Summer SimpsonGood but not the best. I love Jennifer Echols. Love love her! This was not my fav, but I'd download and read it again. The Negatives: the ending was WAY too abrupt and the amount of time the main characters were a happy couple felt minimal. The amount of time both main characters were happy with each other as a couple or not was even more minimal. That isn't that big of a deal, but the abrupt ending and lack of resolution is why this wasn't my favorite. The Positives: Great characters! They are more realistic than most in YA books. Each character has a strong personality that pops off the page. I love her roommates! Also, Echols does her homework!

Reading her mental processes "he doesn't know what he's talking about!

We all know at least one. The supporting cast is, in general, good. Underutilized, of course, but this is common in YA romance since the stories are generally short and teens want to read about the romance.

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I think my favorite character was Erin and Hunter's writing instructor, Gabe, and I would have liked to see more of him. But again, thinking about Gabe brings up another confusing plot point. Erin's major ambition in the story is to apply for and win a publishing internship.

When she mentions this to Gabe toward the end of the book, he says there's no way she would get it. Why not?

She's the best student in his class he has just told her as much , so why wouldn't she have a chance at the internship? We're never told because Erin never asks. She just assumes it's because she got into one-too-many arguments in class regarding her work, and because she and Hunter blew up at each other.

If those are really the reasons Gabe wouldn't allow her to get the publishing internship, that says more than I want to know about his personal integrity.

To deny a qualified student the chance of a lifetime because she has an argument with a boyfriend in class after said boyfriend burst into the class screaming at her is something beyond petty.

Hunter Allen. What can I say? Echols didn't fail here, she once again wrote a male protagonist I like. The only problem I have with Hunter is that he's in love with someone as utterly disgusting as Erin. In this sense, he suffers the same fate as Forget You 's Doug; he's a great guy, why is he in love with such a horrid bitch?

But it just wasn't very believable. The idea that something so petty could keep two people apart for so long is ridiculous. And if it really did happen, I would say that at least one of those people is one of the more pathetic human beings I've seen in my life. To top it off, we find out at one point that Erin was a frigid bitch to Hunter throughout high school, never once standing up for him when people began making fun of him because he worked for Erin's family.

But she was traumatized after her mother's death, so we're apparently supposed to give her a pass on the whole horrible person thing. While I generally admire Echols' frank, honest portrayal of teens and sex, Erin having sex with Hunter despite her knowledge of his deception and her subsequent assertion that she "used" him was disgusting and infuriating.

Throughout the entire story, Erin is constantly second-guessing Hunter, making assumptions regarding his motives, and accusing him of things he was neither doing nor planning on doing. Yet we're supposed to believe that this is the girl Hunter is in love with. The reader can't help but ask, in exasperation, "Why?! To top it all off, this book didn't even really have an ending.

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Erin finds out about Hunter's deception, they have sex, Hunter reads Erin's story about losing her virginity to some social parasite they both dislike, they blow up at each other in class, their professor dresses them down in his office and then Hunter is in Erin's room packing her things and telling her they need to go back to Louisville so Erin can talk to her grandmother.

Erin agrees and as she leaves her room to head for the shower, Hunter smiles at her. That's it. The reader is left wondering what happens to Hunter and Erin. Reading her mental processes "he doesn't know what he's talking about! We all know at least one. The supporting cast is, in general, good.

Underutilized, of course, but this is common in YA romance since the stories are generally short and teens want to read about the romance. I think my favorite character was Erin and Hunter's writing instructor, Gabe, and I would have liked to see more of him. But again, thinking about Gabe brings up another confusing plot point. Erin's major ambition in the story is to apply for and win a publishing internship.

Love Story by Jennifer Echols

When she mentions this to Gabe toward the end of the book, he says there's no way she would get it. Why not? She's the best student in his class he has just told her as much , so why wouldn't she have a chance at the internship? We're never told because Erin never asks. She just assumes it's because she got into one-too-many arguments in class regarding her work, and because she and Hunter blew up at each other.

If those are really the reasons Gabe wouldn't allow her to get the publishing internship, that says more than I want to know about his personal integrity. To deny a qualified student the chance of a lifetime because she has an argument with a boyfriend in class after said boyfriend burst into the class screaming at her is something beyond petty.

Hunter Allen. What can I say? Echols didn't fail here, she once again wrote a male protagonist I like. The only problem I have with Hunter is that he's in love with someone as utterly disgusting as Erin.

In this sense, he suffers the same fate as Forget You 's Doug; he's a great guy, why is he in love with such a horrid bitch? But it just wasn't very believable.

The idea that something so petty could keep two people apart for so long is ridiculous. And if it really did happen, I would say that at least one of those people is one of the more pathetic human beings I've seen in my life. To top it off, we find out at one point that Erin was a frigid bitch to Hunter throughout high school, never once standing up for him when people began making fun of him because he worked for Erin's family.

But she was traumatized after her mother's death, so we're apparently supposed to give her a pass on the whole horrible person thing. While I generally admire Echols' frank, honest portrayal of teens and sex, Erin having sex with Hunter despite her knowledge of his deception and her subsequent assertion that she "used" him was disgusting and infuriating. Throughout the entire story, Erin is constantly second-guessing Hunter, making assumptions regarding his motives, and accusing him of things he was neither doing nor planning on doing.

Yet we're supposed to believe that this is the girl Hunter is in love with. The reader can't help but ask, in exasperation, "Why?!

To top it all off, this book didn't even really have an ending. Erin finds out about Hunter's deception, they have sex, Hunter reads Erin's story about losing her virginity to some social parasite they both dislike, they blow up at each other in class, their professor dresses them down in his office and then Hunter is in Erin's room packing her things and telling her they need to go back to Louisville so Erin can talk to her grandmother. Erin agrees and as she leaves her room to head for the shower, Hunter smiles at her.

That's it. The reader is left wondering what happens to Hunter and Erin.