Little Miss Chaos

Little Miss Chaos Judging by Vivian and Jake s first encounter at the Dunkin Donuts in Belmar New Jersey it should have been obvious that Jake was trouble from the start On one side of the counter stands a seventeen

  • Title: Little Miss Chaos
  • Author: Paula R. Hilton
  • ISBN: 9781523701537
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback
  • Judging by Vivian and Jake s first encounter at the Dunkin Donuts in Belmar, New Jersey, it should have been obvious that Jake was trouble from the start.On one side of the counter stands a seventeen year old girl with Ivy League aspirations and a clear goal of ruling the world by twenty two On the other is a hazel eyed thief with a surprisingly polite demeanor and a lovJudging by Vivian and Jake s first encounter at the Dunkin Donuts in Belmar, New Jersey, it should have been obvious that Jake was trouble from the start.On one side of the counter stands a seventeen year old girl with Ivy League aspirations and a clear goal of ruling the world by twenty two On the other is a hazel eyed thief with a surprisingly polite demeanor and a love of sugar free Vanilla Bean Coolattas.As he demands all of the money in her register and tip jar, it s clear that Vivian and Jake couldn t possibly have any less in common So why does she feel a sudden surge of sympathy for the juvenile delinquent standing before her And why would the robber find himself admiring the badass bravery of the coffee shop cashier As their worlds continue to collide, Vivian finds herself torn between her future plans and a longing in her heart that just won t go away She was once voted Little Miss Chaos, a title she s tried hard to live down, but when mayhem begins to creep into her life again, will she have what it takes to maintain control

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    1. I won this book in a giveaway DNF at 36%Full detailed Review on my blog: Word WondersAs I haven’t even read half the book this review is going to be just for the amount I read. Obviously.The writing in this book is one of the two things that I didn’t completely hate about Little Miss Chaos. Granted, it had some very eye-roll worthy sentences and cliché moments like this one “”Vivian, Wait!” she yelled as her friend climbed the steps and flashed her well-worn pass at the driver. “ [...]

    2. *Won in a giveaway*This was better than I thought it would be. But I still wouldn't say it was great. I think it switched perspectives far too much, literally every character in the story had chapters from their perspective and I thought that broke the story up too much and made it too jumpy. I also think the author tried to deal with too many issues in the space of one book so the proper attention and detail wasn't given to important issues (view spoiler)[ like eating disorders, which was sort [...]

    3. This book is good, it didn't really have as satisfying of an ending as I would've liked, but it didn't leave me in agony, so that's something too. Now this is a romance so if that's not your thing, this book is definitely not for you because romance is the main topic throughout the book. I say that because some romances can get away with a general audience, but this book isn't one of them. It's still good though.

    4. Actual rating: 2.5 stars. I liked the arcs that the characters (and I mean all of them have one) go through and I liked most of the characters too. Didn't like Vivian, though. She was kind of a bitch to her mom and best friend. She definitely had a "it's all about me" mentality. Though I will admit that I totally got where she was coming from in regards to some of her issues. I think my favorite character in the whole book was Hailey. It was cool that she (view spoiler)[helped herself with her b [...]

    5. As a New Castle resident, I was excited to discover this book was written by a native- that didn't influence my opinion thoughI enjoyed reading this from the views of the kids and their parents, it made it more well rounded I thought. I also appreciated all of their individual problems/conflicts and how they were resolved.Can't wait to read Paula's next novel!

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