Monday, September 19, 2011

Back When You Were Easier to Love by Emily Wing Smith - ESSENTIAL

Smith, Emily Wing Back When You Were Easier to Love, 296 pgs. Dutton, 2011. $16.99. Language-PG (5 swears), Sexual Content-G; Violence-G; Joy is still living in the past, wishing that she could somehow get Zan back. Zan is, was her boyfriend until he left her to move to California for college. After missing him for so long Joy decides to go and find him in Cali. Bringing with her on this crazy expedition is Zan's old friend Noah. Just what could happen on a six hour car ride? Well, a broken heart, a broken car, a Vegas stop, and finding peace. A sweetly amazing book with cute and exciting turns. I love the story of learning how to move on from a guy who was a jerk and finding a wonderful, nicer guy is sitting so close. Behind the steering wheel actually. Cute and charming, it is an exciting read. MS - ESSENTIAL Student Reviewer: KU

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