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Estelle: Sometimes It Happens by Lauren Barnholdt

Sometimes It Happens by Lauren Barnholdt Pages: 320 Release Date: July 12, 2011 Publisher: Simon Pulse Target Audience: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance Format: Nook download Why I picked it up: Total impulse buy! Summary: After her boyfriend cheats on her on the last day of school and she finds out her best friend is off to camp, […]

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June 10, 2013 - 9:01 am

Estelle: Two-Way Street by Lauren Barnholdt, Estelle - […] the third Lauren Barnholdt book that I’ve read, I’d rank this one in between Sometimes It Happens (which I loved) and One Night That Changes Everything (superficial bordering on ridiculous). You […]

July 1, 2012 - 7:01 am

Magan: Shelve It - July 1, 2012 - […] Sometimes It Happens by Lauren Barnholdt (Goodreads) – This one is a cheating book (eep!) and it’s been on my to-read list since Estelle reviewed it. […]

January 29, 2012 - 7:26 pm

In My Mailbox (4) | Rather Be Reading | Two Busy Girls Who Always Find Time For a Book - […] and the Dying Girl. (a crazy book that by the title is sad, but is anything but) Estelle reviewed Sometimes It Happens. (we had a Lauren Barnholdt love fest this week) Magan participated in Top Ten Tuesday with ten […]

January 27, 2012 - 4:43 am

VeganYANerds - Great review, Estelle! I really want to read this even though I didn’t enjoy one of Lauren’s other books, Two Way Street, very much (the mis-communication annoyed me).

I too love when you feel just like the main character does, I think it comes down to good writing and the character being really easy to relate to.

Mands

January 26, 2012 - 7:57 pm

Cialina - Oh I love Lauren Barnholdt! But as much as I love her writing style, this one isn’t my favorite. It’s mostly because of the moral issue, as you have pointed it out. I know the point of the story is that things happen, and sometimes things are complicated, but I just couldn’t let go. I still haven’t read One Night, but I don’t expect it to be better than my favorite Barnholdt book: Two-Way Street.