Allison van diepen the oracle of dating series ya
I was so incredibly happy to hear that I could spend more time with one of my all time favorite heroines and that I’d get to learn more about her life after such heart break. To be honest I wanted more from book two and I feel like Jojo Moyes gave me that and then some with “Still Me”. Lou took a hugeee step out of her comfort zone and traveled to New York for a job opportunity and to make a life. I like that this book tied together new people/relationships, with old loved characters. I’m rating this book with 4.5 stars because it was an amazing book.
She has a whole slew of new experiences and trials to get through. It didn’t impact me quite as much as book one but gave me what I was missing in book two.
But her courage has also caught the attention of Lobo, the mysterious leader of a rival gang, who promises to protect her.
Lobo might be out for his own revenge, but Maddie knows she can trust him.
This book did remind me a little of Sarah Dessen’s The Truth About Forever, however I loved that book so that is not criticism.
The lead men in both books were similar – quiet, artistic and a bit dangerous, but like I said, that is not a bad comparison.
As she begins to mix in New York high society, Lou meets Joshua Ryan, a man who brings with him a whisper of her past.
When I read the first book in this series, I fell in love with the characters.
I have never had a book make me ugly cry the way “Me Before You” did. Then I found out that there was two more books in the series and I’m on cloud nine.
No one at Kayla’s school knows she’s the famous Oracle of Dating—the anonymous queen of dating advice, given through her own Web site. Two relationship disasters were enough to make her focus on everyone else’s love life. It is a simple storyline, but it is engaging and funny.
But then her advice backfires on her own best friend. It is a light, pleasant read that adults as well as teenagers will enjoy.
It's mixed territory for the Crips and the Bloods, which means the drama never stops.