About to read this book 📖 I hope its🤞 good as the other books.📚 @epicreads
I kind of figure Cooper probably liked Abby in the end. He just didn’t want to admit to his feelings for her until she told him off and stopped dealing with him for a couple of weeks after she seen him with Iris when he was supposed to be at her art show. That I wouldn’t blame her for because you get rid of your feelings for someone that you have a love for a long time and played it off just for them, just to not lose a friendship, and that she did. When he realized she wouldn’t come back, he sent her a coupon in the mail with the place she said would be a perfect date. Then he saw her with Elliot, and he got jealous which he should’ve been jealous because he already knew about how she felt though she played it off. In the end, he still acted like she was joking, but he didn’t want to admit to his own feeling because he was afraid. I was glad that he finally told her how he felt in the end and got rid of that girl Iris.
Btw: This book wasn’t all that but it did get good once I got to character twenty.
Lmao! But I heard of this particular thing I forgot what it’s called!
What do you do when you’ve fallen for your best friend? Funny and romantic, this effervescent story about family, friendship, and finding yourself is perfect for fans of Sarah Dessen and Jenny Han.
Seventeen-year-old Abby Turner’s summer isn’t going the way she’d planned. She has a not-so-secret but definitely unrequited crush on her best friend, Cooper. She hasn’t been able to manage her mother’s growing issues with anxiety. And now she’s been rejected from an art show because her work “has no heart.” So when she gets another opportunity to show her paintings, Abby isn’t going to take any chances.
Which is where the list comes in.
Abby gives herself one month to do ten things, ranging from face a fear (#3) to learn a stranger’s story (#5) to fall in love (#8). She knows that if she can complete the list, she’ll become the kind of artist she’s always dreamed of being.
But as the deadline approaches, Abby realizes that getting through the list isn’t as straightforward as it seems… and that maybe—just maybe—she can’t change her art if she isn’t first willing to change herself.