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Call It What You Want When his dad is caught embezzling funds from half the town, Rob goes from popular lacrosse player to social pariah Even worse, his father s failed suicide attempt leaves Rob and his mother responsible for his care.Everyone thinks of Maegan as a typical overachiever, but she has a secret of her own after the pressure got to her last year And when her sister comes home from college pregnant, keeping it from her parents might be than she can handle.When Rob and Maegan are paired together for a calculus project, they re both reluctant to let anyone through the walls they ve built But when Maegan learns of Rob s plan to fix the damage caused by his father, it could ruin than their fragile new friendshipThis captivating, heartfelt novel asks the question Is it okay to do something wrong for the right reasons Free Read Books Call It What You Want By Brigid Kemmerer – diclofenac16.us

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  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • Call It What You Want
  • Brigid Kemmerer
  • English
  • 20 November 2017
  • 1681198096

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  1. says:

    I am always impressed when authors are able to successfully alternate between genres I have read A CURSE SO DARK AND LONELY from this author not so long ago and it was an incredible fantasy CALL IT WHAT YOU WANT is a contemporary romance devoid of any magic and curses, but it s a gripping story nonetheless and proof that authors should be encouraged to explore multiple genres and topics Sometimes they fail, but they still deserve po...


  2. says:

    it is mine Thank you, Bloomsbury YA New Brigid Kemmerer in June 2019 This is not a drill people Commence adding to your never ending TBR lists Trust me You want this


  3. says:

    Edit I was lucky enough to meet Brigid at a local singing Many thanks to Bloomsbury for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review


  4. says:

    4,5 moral choices stars Other people don t have the challenges we have, Owen But that doesn t mean they don t have their own This is my fourth Brigid Kemmerer s book and to this day she has never disappointed me.What I like above all else is her knack to draw us into nuanced stories Her characters always come in shades of grey with inner conflicts, moral choices to make They are beautiful but flawed and have to grow up, become wiser.Brigid Kemmerer writes about real life In Call I 4,5 moral choices stars Other people don t have the challenges we have, Owen But that doesn t mean they don t have their own This is my fourth Brigid Kemmerer s book and to this day she has never disappointed me.What I like above all else is her knack to draw us into nuanced stories Her characters always come in shades of grey with inner conflicts, moral choices to make They are beautiful but flawed and have to grow up, become wiser.Brigid Kemmerer writes about real life In Call It What You Want you ll be asked what s right and what s wrong Is it okay to do s...


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    I ve only read A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer, but I think I m starting to become a fan I also saw her speak at a pannel last year and she seriously seems like such a funny and an incredibly down to earth person Two character POVs First we get Maegan, who I will admit I was frustrated with at times, but I genuinely did get the way she thought She was brought up by a cop with a sister who was good at everything, of course the pressure would be on But now we get to my baby boy, I ve only read A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer, but I think I m starting to become a fan I also saw her speak at a pannel last year and she seriously seems like such a funny and an incredibly down to earth person Two character POVs First we get Maegan, who I will admit I was frustrated with at times, but I genuinely did get the way she thought She was brought up by a cop with a sister who was good at everything, of course the pressure would be on But now we get to my baby boy, Rob Dear stars, I felt so bad for this boy...


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    My brain clicks, and for an instant, he s not Rob Lachlan now, he s Rob Lachlan from a year ago We were from two different words once popular boy and nerdy girl We re still from two different worlds cop s daughter and criminal s son. I enjoyed some parts of this book but the rest was a bit boring I probably would have dnfed it if I hadn t received an arc via Netgalley, and I m grateful because I would have missed so many good parts otherwise, but I m also not Can you see the dilemma The m My brain clicks, and for an instant, he s not Rob Lachlan now, he s Rob Lachlan from a year ago We were from two different words once popular boy and nerdy girl We re still from two different worlds cop s daughter and criminal s son. I enjoyed some parts of this book but the rest was a bit boring I probably would have dnfed it if I hadn t received an arc via Netgalley, and I m grateful because I would have missed so many good parts otherwise, but I m also not Can you see the dilemma The main problem was that this book was 100 pages too long, in my opinion My interested literally went really up and really down throughout the whole thing, so I m pretty sure this is a case of it s me, not you.What I loved about this book is that it s muchthan a contemporary romance The romance is a subplot instead of taking center part, while characters and difficult subjects are expl...


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    ARC sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review I won t lie to you guys I begged for this book It wasn t classy It wasn t dignified And it was honestly a bit pathetic but IT WAS TOTALLY WORTH IT This book It s gold I loved every minute of it I was sitting in Tennessee, on vacation, and legitimately had zero time to read My daughter has always been a peculiar sleeper, and the circumstances of our vacation led to my husband and I s sanity to be tested She s turning twoARC sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review I won t lie to you guys I begged for this book It wasn t classy It wasn t dignified And it was honestly a bit pathetic but IT WAS TOTALLY WORTH IT This book It s gold I loved every minute of it I was sitting in Tennessee, on vacation, and legitimately had zero time to read My daughter has always been a peculiar sleeper, and the circumstances of our vacation led to my husband and I s sanity to be tested She s turning two this month don t make me cry and really only began sleeping in her own crib every night in October It was a miracle I never have questioned it, and I refuse to look back But, that being said, we have finally gotten used to sleeping alone again, and it s glorious, to be honest What s not glorious Sharing ...


  8. says:

    26 Oct, 2018WE FINALLY HAVE A COVER SHIT JUST GOT REAL 29 Sept, 2018A NEW BRIGID KEMMERER YA CONTEMPORARY 2019 IS LOOKING GOOD


  9. says:

    Call It What You Want is a heartfelt story about two teenagers struggling through a hard family life after being near isolated by their classmates The author does a fantastic job of presenting hard topics and moral quandaries that demonstrate how the world is not black and white, but all shades of grey The characters are forced into tough decisions that begs the age old question, is it okay to do something wrong for the right reasons This book showed how easy it is to misunderstand a person or Call It What You Want is a heartfelt story about two teenagers struggling through a hard family life after being near isolated by their classmates...


  10. says:

    I blew through this in no time because per usual Brigid Kemmerer writes compelling situations, nuanced characters and really freaking adorable romances If you re looking for a great contemporary, look no further.

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