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What the community says about Isla and the Happily Ever After
- "I don't read romances, and especially not teen romances- they're either too mushy, too unreal or too weird (like loving a vampire!). So I was a bit skeptical when I downloaded the Kindle version of this book. Isla and the Happily Ever After is a quick, entertaining read but it's not pulpy. It's the kind of story that makes you go "Awww....." but the author has made the setting contemporary and identifiable (among the privileged lot). They may be "rich" kids but they go to school, have rules to follow (which they like to break), and they're addicted to texting. And, like all teens, they have urges and of course they get into trouble. The characters are mostly well-etched and the sub-plots fit neatly into the big plot."
- "There isn't enough romance in the world, is what i thought before this book showed up in my mailbox. It is part romance and part whimsy as i watched two cute teenagers get closer. There are the usual trials and tribulations but if you want to grin while reading a book isla and the happy eer after is the book for you! "
- "This book is truly a happy ever after kind of book. A great romance novel that you will need to add to your collection. The relationship the two characters shared was very easy to get tied into while reading. I pictured myself as Isla the entire book! There is some language in this book and sexual scenes which makes it seem more relate able and truly romantic. "
- "I decided to read this before giving it to my sister who is sixteen. I wanted to make sure it would be good. It is perfect for teenagers. It is a great lovestory. I found the characters to be just the right age and the story to be very age appropriate.""I purchased this book yesterday at Book-A-Million, and I am already almost finished and IN LOVE! The only thing I don't enjoy about it is that of course, they've 'both at crushes on each other forever and don't forget that he's drop dead gorgeous and she is so pretty.'"
- "Without giving too much away. I honestly was not expecting this book to go the way it did and end the way it did. This book handles love in a way with such emotional maturity and honesty that I really feel like more young adults need to read it. It's not story book, it is realistic, and that makes the payoff all the more worth it."
- "Probably one of the more entertaining and powerful romance books I've read. It's a hopeless romantic type of book so it easily satisfies the need for romance. The story really engaged me a lot."
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