Sunday, September 6, 2015

Title: This Book Will Change Your Life
Author: Amanda Weaver

Take a chance and change your life…

College was supposed to be where Hannah’s hard work paid off, but the major in honors chemistry she’s been working towards since childhood is slipping away. Worse, she’s not sure she wants it anymore. Salvation comes from an unlikely place—a used bookstore and Ben, the passionate college senior who works there.

Ben’s trapped in a life mapped out for him. Trapped in a future career as a lawyer to make his father happy. Trapped pursuing a girl he doesn't even like because she fits into a world he doesn’t want, but can’t escape. But then he meets Hannah. And for the first time, he knows what it means to truly want something.

So he gives in to being her friend. Then to wanting her. Then to kissing her. And within the freedom of his impulsivity, both of their carefully planned lives begin to fall apart...



This Book Will Change Your Life begins when Hannah meets Ben in a book store out of the blue one day. She has a plan for her life, and when she gets introduced to Ben and his books things take a turn for the odd for her. And Ben also has a plan laid out, although not by him, and when Hannah comes waltzing into his life everything gets turned upside. But Ben may not take these changes as well as Hannah does... 

This book was pretty interesting. It was also very sweet in the beginning when it came to how Hannah and Ben meet, and how they interact. I thought that was really cute. And I enjoyed the rest of the story line as well.

What frustrated me though is Ben. I hated how cowardly he was, and how he hurt Hannah several times, but he did finally make up for it, even though I kind of hated him by that point for being the way he was. 

Overall I really did like this book! It was a cute different kind of romance with lots of drama.  

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