Review

ARC Review: We Just Clicked by Sophie Childs




Title: We Just Clicked 

Author: Sophie Childs 

Publication Date: February 4, 2016
Published by: So Vain Books

Genre: Romance, Adult, Chick Lit. 

Pages: 283 

Erin Cochrane loves the gossip and the countless bizarre stories about her best friend Bex’ adventures with online dating. Not that she’d ever sign up for the site herself. Erin’s far too busy planning her dream wedding to her gorgeous fiancé, Tyson.

But when Tyson decides that he is not ready for marriage, Erin’s world is turned upside down. Forced to move back in with her eccentric mother, things couldn’t get any worse. Thrust back into the singles’ scene, could online dating be the escape Erin needs from it all? Or will it be just another disaster?

From stalkers to cheapskates, Erin feels as though she’s become a magnet for every loser around, until she opens one message that changes everything

We Just Clicked was a fun, light hearted and quick read; perfect for coming out of a reading slump. It was just what I needed it when I read it. Some of the things I really liked about this book were the good writing, the sligthly dark humor, the romance and the anecdotes of online dating. I enjoyed the interactions between the main characters, Erin and Joe, in particular the messages the exchanged through the dating site; I especially loved Joe, he’s a really good love interest.  Also, I found Delia, Erin’s mother, to be such an interesting character, she was the only character that really stood out. 
On the other hand,  I thought the conflict in this was a bit silly and the ending wasn’t that good. It had a predictable plot, there were a lot of cliches, and most of the characters were very typical. What I’m trying to say with all of this basically is that it wasn’t anything unique or special. 
Nonetheless, I would recommend this because everyone has times when they need a fluffy, entertaining, easy to read book,  and We Just Clicked is exactly that. 

                                                          Rating: 3,8 Stars

Are you planning on reading this book? Have you read it? Did you enjoy it? Let me know in  the comments!

wrap up

February 2016 Wrap Up

This month was not a good reading month for me. Ok, that’s not completely true. I finished only one book, and I read 80% of another one. Here’s why I don’t think that’s bad: I’m finally reading Game of Thrones! So yeah, I have read 80% of it and it’s really good, but it has a really small font, 800 pages and it’s a really dense book. I could have read more book in betweenchapters of GOT, but  I was really busy. I’m gonna stop talking now and tell you about the book I did finish this month. 
 Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella (4,5 stars) 
I went into this book without knowing what to expect, because the premise sounded ridiculous; nonetheless, once I started reading it I fell in love with it. It was such a funny and quick read. I really liked the subtle romance, the writing style and the relationship between Sadie and Lara. One thing I will tell you, if you are gonna read this book, be prepared for secondhand embarresment… and a lot of it! 

Currently Reading 


Game of Thrones by George R.R Martin
I’m really enjoying this so far; my only problem and the reason why it has taken me so long to finish it is that I watched the tv show so I know what happens with Ned’s storyline and I don’t want to get there. But other than that, so far I’m really enjoying the complex world, the writing style and the different POV’s. 


CHALLENGES PROGRESS 
RockMyTBR: Twenties Girl (3/ 12)
Flights of Fantasy: Game of Thrones… but I’m still reading it so I won’t count it yet. ( 7/ 30 )
Backlist Books: Twenties Girl and Game of Thrones ( I won’t count it yet). (5/ 20)
Finishing the Series I haven’t read anything for this challenge 😦 My month for next goal is gonna be working on this challenge! 

Commenting 365 Challenge I’m doing awful with this challenge, I have only commented  on 35 or 40blogs. Something like that… Opps! And worst I’m not really keeping track :/ 


WHAT I POSTED

Good Book/ Bad Cover #3: A weekly meme hosted here at Bookish Wanderess. In this one, I talk about The Darkest Minds series by Alexandra Bracken
Book Review: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard  The characters and some elements from the plot were not that creative, but I really enjoyed the writing, the world and magic system.


Totally Should’ve Book Tag:  The goal behind this tag is talk about all the book related things we think totally should’ve happened. I tagged a few people, but if you want to do it consider yourself tag! 
The Complicated Art of Rating Books| Discussion  I talk about all the things that affect the rating of a book that have nothing to do with the book 

Good Books/ Bad Covers #4  I talk about The Name of the Wind  

Book Review: The Hero and The Crown by Robin McKinley Overall, I would say that, the first 70% of this book was amazing, the next 25% was not that good, and the last 5% was alright. check out my review to know why! 

Good Books/ Bad Covers #5 I talk about The Girl of Fire and Thorns 

Movies Wrap Up| December 2015 & January 2016 I talk about all the movies I watched during december and january. Spoiler alert! They were 13 movies total and most of them were really good. 

That’s it fo february! Let me the links to your wrap ups, I would love to check them out!