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If I'm Being Honest Kindle ☆ If I'm eBook Å


  • Hardcover
  • 362 pages
  • If I'm Being Honest
  • Emily Wibberley
  • English
  • 04 January 2014

10 thoughts on “If I'm Being Honest

  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review “If I was going to commit to someone I wanted him to be worth the worry worth the part of me I was going to give him” Wow this truly read like a gift from above Like I’m actually bitter than I didn’t have a YA contemporary story like this when I was in high school; because this was perfection The Taming of the Shrew10 Things I Hate About You loose retelling starring a popular mean girl and a nerdy gamer boy where they go to The Rocky Horror Picture Show together? I mean it’s everything I’ve ever wanted in my adult life too I truly think this will be the best YA contemporary romance I’ve read all year and these authors are now in a tier all on their own ➽ Cameron A senior in high school who wants nothing than to go to UPenn and to get a summer internship to work with her dad and finally have him be proud of her ➽ Andrew Black and has been friends with Cameron for a really long time and they are running partners with each other ➽ Paige A girl who goes to Cameron’s school who for sure marches and dances to the beat of her own drum ➽ Brendan Paige’s brother who has kept to himself and his video games ever since Cameron called him a really horrible nickname that everyone at their school uses now And basically Cameron is one of the most popular girls in school and that nickname stuck because her word is law She and her friend group are known for being rather ruthless but Cameron is especially known for being completely unattainable and also a complete bitch Yet she has finally decided to make a move on Andrew since she has been secretly crushing on him for over a year But Cameron completely snaps at a girl who is foiling her moment of telling and showing Andre how much she likes him After that he can’t really see her the same way so she vows to be nicer and prove to him that she can change her heartless ways Yet sometimes the person we need forgiveness from the most is ourselvesBut when starting the journey to become a nicer person Cameron uickly realizes that the girl she was mean to is not going to make it easy for her and she isn’t going to let her forget about the nickname she gave to her brother all those years ago And friends Brendan is my new favorite character in all YA literature But this is a book all about second chances and how it is never too late to be the person you want to be; just make sure you are becoming the person you truly want to be And we definitely see Cameron learn this the hard way; from the having to take care of her mom to the pressure and neglect her father shows her to everyone in school thinking she’s a heartless bitch while she is hiding everything that is going on in her life behind the scenes I loved seeing Cameron’s journey even if it was a bumpy road and I just loved Cameron as a main character so damn much “The heart of every doubt and insecurity that’s ever weighed me down—that between the only two parents I have nobody’s ever wanted me” Okay other random fangirl things that I adored What do I talk about in all my reviews? My brother is my best friend in this entire world and I love reading about strong sibling relationships so Paige and Brendan really made me happy especially since Paige constantly tries to be slick but she truly was her brother’s wingman through and through and that is so damn relatable I also really liked how Cameron was older than Brendan I feel like we never see stories where the girl is in grade higher than the guy and I was here for it The LA setting was so realistically and magnificently done And lastly I loved seeing all the imperfect family relationships Cameron Paige and Brendan all have such different expectations on them; and all of them suck I think this is just rep that isn’t really seen that much especially in YA books and I really appreciated how real it felt and the importance it played in the story “Katherine’s not the villain of the play It’s the people trying to change her” Overall if you couldn’t tell I just adored this I immediately want to run to the store or my library and pick up their debut Always Never Yours because this book truly blew me and my expectations out of the water And I fell so in love with these complex and realistic characters Plus you all know that I am always going to go completely heart eyes over a video game playing soft boy always Oh and unrelated and this doesn’t impact my review whatsoever but the authors are engaged to one another in real life and that honestly makes me want to melt into a puddle of goo while finishing writing this review because talk about partner goals Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch The uotes above were taken from an ARC and are subject to change upon publicationTrigger and content warnings for side characters cheating talk of cheating in the past and emotional and verbally abusive parenting Buddy read with Kayla ❤


  2. jessica jessica says:

    okay so emily wibberley and austin siegemund broka are ultimate couple goals not only do they write books together but they write freakin adorable stories with the most wholesome romances i seriously cant get over it like where do i find myself a significant other who can ALSO be my coauthor? thats the dream right there i seriously enjoyed this story so much i feel like on a surface level anyone would enjoy this sweet contemporary story but with the deeper meanings flawed but relatable characters and heartfelt lessons im pretty sure anyone would downright love this i am just amazed at the complexity of this story but also how lighthearted it is its definitely a balance that works in the storys favour but most of all i am such a fan of how both of emily and austins books explore how important it is to be true to yourself and to not change for anyone that is a theme that they effectively write about and one that is always good to hear i think its safe to say that i will read pretty much anything that these two write ↠ 4 stars


  3. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    This was SO GOOD and I am so pissed at myself for putting it off for so long I’m obsessed YA contemporary perfection chef’s kiss


  4. emma emma says:

    If I’m being honestthis was one of the most disappointing reads of the year for meGet it? Because the title is If I’m Being Honest? Buh dum chIt was justunpleasant Like none of this read as even remotely realistic to me? Parents at large were crazy flat nothing but evil stereotypes except at the end when exactly one of them made a near explanationless development 180And the “friends” from the beginningwho were soon very cruelly replaced with a Ragtag Group of uirky Teenswhat kind of friends??? Insanity City party of this lunch table If you want to build characters off of the mean popular girl stereotype then go off I guess but things really fall apart when you try to make three of them friends with each other without giving them any depth And also they’re mean plot twist to each other as well Because you know friendshipSure Why notI have never so completely NOT clicked with any characters None of them made sense to me The way that people interacted with each other was so stilted and unnaturalThought this was a contemporary but honestly considering how much I don’t recognize the world may as well be fantasyExcept no world buildingI don’t want to talk about this any Bottom line I did not care for this cue the eternal sadnessreview to come 2 stars not to be dramatic but if i don't like this book everything is ruined and i'll be sad forever


  5. Barbie Barbie says:

    My thoughts in a nutshell I never planned to read this book It was an instant buy and read because of the cover I thought it would be an ordinary fluffy YA book I'm so glad I picked it up It was so much than I feltThe story is aboutSkip over this point if you don't like the sneak peek Cameron Bright is an honest girl Everyone hates her because she says what's on her mind One day Cameron's big old crush Andrew labeled her as one word bitch It is a problem Oooops What impressed me I loved the character development in this novel Cameron is a super badass girl I like her and I understand her whole motive why she acts like this Cameron has a lot of personal problems in her life but she never talks about them She struggles with a careless father a mother who lost her dream and nothing motivates her any and some high expectationsHer personality beautifully improves She learns about herself and she slowly finds out who she truly is What makes her happy? Who makes her laugh? Who makes her smile? What she really wants in her life? If we were meant to be together you wouldn't have wanted me to change first This novel is a journey about a teenager life I adored the powerful message Don’t change yourself because you’re afraid of what people think Change yourself because you want to be better Don't change yourself to win someone's heart Stay true and you will find someone who likes you being youIt is a crucial lesson for both adults and childrenThe writing style was great I liked the evolving friendships The romance was slow and exciting I'm glad it wasn't so clichéWhat I don't like Some part of the book Cameron behaves like a little child I didn't enjoy those sections She was rude without reason It was a bit muchI don't like the kissing part of the party It was super weird Make a conclusion Overall if I'm Being Honest is a perfect summer book Fluffy charming and adorable with a valuable lesson Excellent beach read I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to read a light YA book


  6. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    This is a contemporary retelling of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew that is both a comedy and a tragedy It’s also everything I wanted it to be and so much than this duo’s previous release – Always Never Yours I was recently told that I am brutally honest a statement I agree with and probably the main reason why I connected so well and so instantly with the heroine of this novel Cameron Bright a girl who says what she thinks 247But brutal honesty in general can offend and hurt those who prefer not to have the truth about their own weaknesses and mistakes thrown at their faces So when Cameron confesses her honest feelings about Andrew to him he rejects her on the grounds that she is mean In order to capture Andrew’s heart she decides to sweeten herself up and right wrongs Become someone else basically It is almost as memorable as the movie She’s the Man starring Amanda Bynes a childhood favourite of mine It’s entertaining surprising relatable as well as a little frustrating and saddening at times Cameron Bright and I are basically the same person except I am both confident and shy outspoken and uiet depending on the situation But I was like her once I didn’t care about offending other people with my words Now I am conscious about the things I say and to whom I say them Some people need tough love and brutal advice and can take it while others are sensitive and by being honest with them you only end up alienating them I agree with the message of this story That it’s important to be yourself even if other people want you to be like everybody else Even if few people understand you Sometimes I make friends only to drive them away with my unabashed honesty And it’s sad But some people appreciate my personality and those I do not drive away You can’t connect with everyone so why bother trying to be who they want you to? Be yourself and form bonds with those who make you feel comfortable being yourself Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’


  7. Elle (ellexamines) Elle (ellexamines) says:

    proof the timeline I’m in doesn’t totally suck one of my favorite author duos is writing another book but this time it’s inspired by Ten Things I Hate About You aka my favorite 90s teen movie so yeah I’m happy releases April 23rd 2019


  8. Ashley Nuckles Ashley Nuckles says:

    Was not expecting to read this one but there was an ebook sale and I said why the heck not Super cute I kept seeing Brendan as the character Penn Badgley plays in John Tucker Must Die and it was glorious


  9. Larry H Larry H says:

    45 starsCameron Bright a high school senior is beautiful blonde and popular She also has a bit of a reputation around schoolI've been called that name often enough under enough breaths for it not to hurt Not from a girl like her It's hardly an uncommon thought here Cameron Bright's a bitchThe thing is while Cameron can be cruel in the way she says things to people she's really just brutally honest It's a uality she inherited from her father whom she never sees since her parents never lived together even before she was born Her father is a tremendous business success but he's a jerk and he doesn't mince words—especially not in his interactions with Cameron Yet she still craves his approval and has planned her future to be closer to himOne night she's ready to let her good friend Andrew know she has feelings for him And just as they start getting closer Cameron has a run in with Paige a uirky moody fellow student and she lets fly with some cruel insults Andrew realizes that he isn't interested in being with well a bitch and he suspects that she only wanted to be with him because she finally deemed him socially acceptableDevastated by Andrew's rejection and inspired by her English class's reading of The Taming of the Shrew Cameron resolves to tame herself and prove to Andrew that she's worthy of his attention and has the ability to be a better person She's determined to make it up to Paige and then the she thinks of it she decides to go back and make amends to all the people she has wrongedIt all seems to start with Brendan Paige's younger brother on whom she bestowed a horrible nickname Barfy Brendan years ago which singlehandedly ruined his social life leaving him to spend his days in the high school computer lab As Cameron tries to redeem herself in Brendan's eyes he wants nothing to do with her at first until the two start to bond over video games The time she spends with Brendan she realizes that he accepts her faults and all and even appreciates her honesty So why is she trying so hard to change herself for Andrew? If I'm Being Honest is an utterly charming book about recognizing the fine line between self improvement and changing yourself completely and realizing that you shouldn't go changing to try and please someone else Thanks Billy Joel It's a story about finding the things that make you happy as opposed to things you believe will make others happy and believing you are worthy of love and respectSure you've seen this story before and you probably can predict how the plot will unfold but in the hands of Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund Broka you get hooked on the story from the start I really liked Cameron's character because she was fairly uncompromising and while she was a little cruel it's nice to see a character who speaks her mind not always with the purpose of hurting others She has her faults but there are still so many good ualities in herI definitely like the message that this book tries to convey If I'm Being Honest definitely had me rooting for certain characters and it put me in a good mood and I was sad when I finished the book Plus any book that has its characters go to The Rocky Horror Picture Show gets points from meThis one was a winner See all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoriablogspotcomCheck out my list of the best books I read in 2018 at You can follow me on Instagram at


  10. ✨ A ✨ ✨ A ✨ says:

    I thought I was over cutesy YA contemporary I guess not 😅Review to comeBuddy reading with Warda Türkan Fares and Karima


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If I'm Being Honest❰Reading❯ ➿ If I'm Being Honest Author Emily Wibberley – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk High school senior Cameron Bright’s reputation can be summed up in one word bitch It’s no surprise she’s ueen bee at her private LA high school—she’s beautiful talented and notorious for her High school senior Cameron Bright’s reputation can be summed up in one word bitch It’s no surprise she’s ueen bee at her private LA high school—she’s beautiful talented and notorious for her cutting and brutal honesty So when she puts her foot in her mouth in If I'm eBook Å front of her crush Andrew she fears she may have lost him for good In an attempt to win him over Cameron resolves to “tame” herself much like Katherine in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew First she’ll have to make amends with those she’s wronged which leads her to Brendan the guy she labelled with an unfortunate nickname back in the sixth grade At first Brendan isn’t all that receptive to Cameron’s ploy But slowly he warms up to her when they connect over the computer game he’s developing Now if only Andrew would noticeBut the closer Cameron gets to Brendan the she sees he appreciates her personality—honesty and all—and wonders if she’s compromising who she is for the guy she doesn’t even want This is a previously published edition of ISBN An alternative cover edition for this ISBN can be found here.

10 thoughts on “If I'm Being Honest

  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review “If I was going to commit to someone I wanted him to be worth the worry worth the part of me I was going to give him” Wow this truly read like a gift from above Like I’m actually bitter than I didn’t have a YA contemporary story like this when I was in high school; because this was perfection The Taming of the Shrew10 Things I Hate About You loose retelling starring a popular mean girl and a nerdy gamer boy where they go to The Rocky Horror Picture Show together? I mean it’s everything I’ve ever wanted in my adult life too I truly think this will be the best YA contemporary romance I’ve read all year and these authors are now in a tier all on their own ➽ Cameron A senior in high school who wants nothing than to go to UPenn and to get a summer internship to work with her dad and finally have him be proud of her ➽ Andrew Black and has been friends with Cameron for a really long time and they are running partners with each other ➽ Paige A girl who goes to Cameron’s school who for sure marches and dances to the beat of her own drum ➽ Brendan Paige’s brother who has kept to himself and his video games ever since Cameron called him a really horrible nickname that everyone at their school uses now And basically Cameron is one of the most popular girls in school and that nickname stuck because her word is law She and her friend group are known for being rather ruthless but Cameron is especially known for being completely unattainable and also a complete bitch Yet she has finally decided to make a move on Andrew since she has been secretly crushing on him for over a year But Cameron completely snaps at a girl who is foiling her moment of telling and showing Andre how much she likes him After that he can’t really see her the same way so she vows to be nicer and prove to him that she can change her heartless ways Yet sometimes the person we need forgiveness from the most is ourselvesBut when starting the journey to become a nicer person Cameron uickly realizes that the girl she was mean to is not going to make it easy for her and she isn’t going to let her forget about the nickname she gave to her brother all those years ago And friends Brendan is my new favorite character in all YA literature But this is a book all about second chances and how it is never too late to be the person you want to be; just make sure you are becoming the person you truly want to be And we definitely see Cameron learn this the hard way; from the having to take care of her mom to the pressure and neglect her father shows her to everyone in school thinking she’s a heartless bitch while she is hiding everything that is going on in her life behind the scenes I loved seeing Cameron’s journey even if it was a bumpy road and I just loved Cameron as a main character so damn much “The heart of every doubt and insecurity that’s ever weighed me down—that between the only two parents I have nobody’s ever wanted me” Okay other random fangirl things that I adored What do I talk about in all my reviews? My brother is my best friend in this entire world and I love reading about strong sibling relationships so Paige and Brendan really made me happy especially since Paige constantly tries to be slick but she truly was her brother’s wingman through and through and that is so damn relatable I also really liked how Cameron was older than Brendan I feel like we never see stories where the girl is in grade higher than the guy and I was here for it The LA setting was so realistically and magnificently done And lastly I loved seeing all the imperfect family relationships Cameron Paige and Brendan all have such different expectations on them; and all of them suck I think this is just rep that isn’t really seen that much especially in YA books and I really appreciated how real it felt and the importance it played in the story “Katherine’s not the villain of the play It’s the people trying to change her” Overall if you couldn’t tell I just adored this I immediately want to run to the store or my library and pick up their debut Always Never Yours because this book truly blew me and my expectations out of the water And I fell so in love with these complex and realistic characters Plus you all know that I am always going to go completely heart eyes over a video game playing soft boy always Oh and unrelated and this doesn’t impact my review whatsoever but the authors are engaged to one another in real life and that honestly makes me want to melt into a puddle of goo while finishing writing this review because talk about partner goals Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch The uotes above were taken from an ARC and are subject to change upon publicationTrigger and content warnings for side characters cheating talk of cheating in the past and emotional and verbally abusive parenting Buddy read with Kayla ❤

  2. jessica jessica says:

    okay so emily wibberley and austin siegemund broka are ultimate couple goals not only do they write books together but they write freakin adorable stories with the most wholesome romances i seriously cant get over it like where do i find myself a significant other who can ALSO be my coauthor? thats the dream right there i seriously enjoyed this story so much i feel like on a surface level anyone would enjoy this sweet contemporary story but with the deeper meanings flawed but relatable characters and heartfelt lessons im pretty sure anyone would downright love this i am just amazed at the complexity of this story but also how lighthearted it is its definitely a balance that works in the storys favour but most of all i am such a fan of how both of emily and austins books explore how important it is to be true to yourself and to not change for anyone that is a theme that they effectively write about and one that is always good to hear i think its safe to say that i will read pretty much anything that these two write ↠ 4 stars

  3. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    This was SO GOOD and I am so pissed at myself for putting it off for so long I’m obsessed YA contemporary perfection chef’s kiss

  4. emma emma says:

    If I’m being honestthis was one of the most disappointing reads of the year for meGet it? Because the title is If I’m Being Honest? Buh dum chIt was justunpleasant Like none of this read as even remotely realistic to me? Parents at large were crazy flat nothing but evil stereotypes except at the end when exactly one of them made a near explanationless development 180And the “friends” from the beginningwho were soon very cruelly replaced with a Ragtag Group of uirky Teenswhat kind of friends??? Insanity City party of this lunch table If you want to build characters off of the mean popular girl stereotype then go off I guess but things really fall apart when you try to make three of them friends with each other without giving them any depth And also they’re mean plot twist to each other as well Because you know friendshipSure Why notI have never so completely NOT clicked with any characters None of them made sense to me The way that people interacted with each other was so stilted and unnaturalThought this was a contemporary but honestly considering how much I don’t recognize the world may as well be fantasyExcept no world buildingI don’t want to talk about this any Bottom line I did not care for this cue the eternal sadnessreview to come 2 stars not to be dramatic but if i don't like this book everything is ruined and i'll be sad forever

  5. Barbie Barbie says:

    My thoughts in a nutshell I never planned to read this book It was an instant buy and read because of the cover I thought it would be an ordinary fluffy YA book I'm so glad I picked it up It was so much than I feltThe story is aboutSkip over this point if you don't like the sneak peek Cameron Bright is an honest girl Everyone hates her because she says what's on her mind One day Cameron's big old crush Andrew labeled her as one word bitch It is a problem Oooops What impressed me I loved the character development in this novel Cameron is a super badass girl I like her and I understand her whole motive why she acts like this Cameron has a lot of personal problems in her life but she never talks about them She struggles with a careless father a mother who lost her dream and nothing motivates her any and some high expectationsHer personality beautifully improves She learns about herself and she slowly finds out who she truly is What makes her happy? Who makes her laugh? Who makes her smile? What she really wants in her life? If we were meant to be together you wouldn't have wanted me to change first This novel is a journey about a teenager life I adored the powerful message Don’t change yourself because you’re afraid of what people think Change yourself because you want to be better Don't change yourself to win someone's heart Stay true and you will find someone who likes you being youIt is a crucial lesson for both adults and childrenThe writing style was great I liked the evolving friendships The romance was slow and exciting I'm glad it wasn't so clichéWhat I don't like Some part of the book Cameron behaves like a little child I didn't enjoy those sections She was rude without reason It was a bit muchI don't like the kissing part of the party It was super weird Make a conclusion Overall if I'm Being Honest is a perfect summer book Fluffy charming and adorable with a valuable lesson Excellent beach read I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to read a light YA book

  6. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    This is a contemporary retelling of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew that is both a comedy and a tragedy It’s also everything I wanted it to be and so much than this duo’s previous release – Always Never Yours I was recently told that I am brutally honest a statement I agree with and probably the main reason why I connected so well and so instantly with the heroine of this novel Cameron Bright a girl who says what she thinks 247But brutal honesty in general can offend and hurt those who prefer not to have the truth about their own weaknesses and mistakes thrown at their faces So when Cameron confesses her honest feelings about Andrew to him he rejects her on the grounds that she is mean In order to capture Andrew’s heart she decides to sweeten herself up and right wrongs Become someone else basically It is almost as memorable as the movie She’s the Man starring Amanda Bynes a childhood favourite of mine It’s entertaining surprising relatable as well as a little frustrating and saddening at times Cameron Bright and I are basically the same person except I am both confident and shy outspoken and uiet depending on the situation But I was like her once I didn’t care about offending other people with my words Now I am conscious about the things I say and to whom I say them Some people need tough love and brutal advice and can take it while others are sensitive and by being honest with them you only end up alienating them I agree with the message of this story That it’s important to be yourself even if other people want you to be like everybody else Even if few people understand you Sometimes I make friends only to drive them away with my unabashed honesty And it’s sad But some people appreciate my personality and those I do not drive away You can’t connect with everyone so why bother trying to be who they want you to? Be yourself and form bonds with those who make you feel comfortable being yourself Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’

  7. Elle (ellexamines) Elle (ellexamines) says:

    proof the timeline I’m in doesn’t totally suck one of my favorite author duos is writing another book but this time it’s inspired by Ten Things I Hate About You aka my favorite 90s teen movie so yeah I’m happy releases April 23rd 2019

  8. Ashley Nuckles Ashley Nuckles says:

    Was not expecting to read this one but there was an ebook sale and I said why the heck not Super cute I kept seeing Brendan as the character Penn Badgley plays in John Tucker Must Die and it was glorious

  9. Larry H Larry H says:

    45 starsCameron Bright a high school senior is beautiful blonde and popular She also has a bit of a reputation around schoolI've been called that name often enough under enough breaths for it not to hurt Not from a girl like her It's hardly an uncommon thought here Cameron Bright's a bitchThe thing is while Cameron can be cruel in the way she says things to people she's really just brutally honest It's a uality she inherited from her father whom she never sees since her parents never lived together even before she was born Her father is a tremendous business success but he's a jerk and he doesn't mince words—especially not in his interactions with Cameron Yet she still craves his approval and has planned her future to be closer to himOne night she's ready to let her good friend Andrew know she has feelings for him And just as they start getting closer Cameron has a run in with Paige a uirky moody fellow student and she lets fly with some cruel insults Andrew realizes that he isn't interested in being with well a bitch and he suspects that she only wanted to be with him because she finally deemed him socially acceptableDevastated by Andrew's rejection and inspired by her English class's reading of The Taming of the Shrew Cameron resolves to tame herself and prove to Andrew that she's worthy of his attention and has the ability to be a better person She's determined to make it up to Paige and then the she thinks of it she decides to go back and make amends to all the people she has wrongedIt all seems to start with Brendan Paige's younger brother on whom she bestowed a horrible nickname Barfy Brendan years ago which singlehandedly ruined his social life leaving him to spend his days in the high school computer lab As Cameron tries to redeem herself in Brendan's eyes he wants nothing to do with her at first until the two start to bond over video games The time she spends with Brendan she realizes that he accepts her faults and all and even appreciates her honesty So why is she trying so hard to change herself for Andrew? If I'm Being Honest is an utterly charming book about recognizing the fine line between self improvement and changing yourself completely and realizing that you shouldn't go changing to try and please someone else Thanks Billy Joel It's a story about finding the things that make you happy as opposed to things you believe will make others happy and believing you are worthy of love and respectSure you've seen this story before and you probably can predict how the plot will unfold but in the hands of Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund Broka you get hooked on the story from the start I really liked Cameron's character because she was fairly uncompromising and while she was a little cruel it's nice to see a character who speaks her mind not always with the purpose of hurting others She has her faults but there are still so many good ualities in herI definitely like the message that this book tries to convey If I'm Being Honest definitely had me rooting for certain characters and it put me in a good mood and I was sad when I finished the book Plus any book that has its characters go to The Rocky Horror Picture Show gets points from meThis one was a winner See all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoriablogspotcomCheck out my list of the best books I read in 2018 at You can follow me on Instagram at

  10. ✨ A ✨ ✨ A ✨ says:

    I thought I was over cutesy YA contemporary I guess not 😅Review to comeBuddy reading with Warda Türkan Fares and Karima

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