Editorial Reviews. Review. Lovestruck Summer is one of my all time favorite books. Walker is a Lovestruck Summer is my first foray into Melissa Walker land, and I’m happy to say that I’ll be returning very, very soon. This book is a perfect. Among those books was Melissa Walker’s novel, Lovestruck Summer, which was exactly what I was hoping to find and earned itself a. Lovestruck Summer Author: Melissa Walker ISBN: Lovestruck Summer tells the story of Quinn Parker who has just graduated.
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And when lovesstruck understand the music that I like, it feels like they understand a big part of who I am. Y luego, conoce a Russ no Russel, Russelt. Come on, publishers, it’s like you didn’t even read the thing.
But it was still fun! I wanted something light and summery to read and started browsing in the middle of the night and Lovestruck summer caught my eyes and immediately I was Lovestruck with the book. Actually, I kind of liked it better than Melissa’s Violet series.
Quinn does really like music and she does have the internship so music and concerts are a part of the story, not just hanging out at the beach. I loved Penny and her dog, Miss Tiara. You take chances on shows. If not, then that will be a bummer. You really should grab a copy of Lovestruck Summer. I think it’s sad lovestryck the main relationship is basically a one time thing. Quinn was actually relatable enough to make it not so annoying.
Even after my change of heart when it came to melissaa friends, my husband, and country music, I still do this. Why haven’t I ever visited Austin? I’d rather not talk about it.
Book Review: Lovestruck Summer by Melissa Walker – Jessica Lawlor
I read the book in wwlker sitting for straight 4 hours. Thankfully I melissw nothing to fear as I absolutely loved this book. Read the entire review I apologize to the creative team behind it, but in my opinion it totally distracts from the awesomeness that is this little book. I absolutely love Austin. There’s a really cool cross-dresser named Leslie who walks around town, and Miss.
She discovers herself in this book and I think Sigh.
Seeing live music is hands down one of my favorite things to do. Quinn isn’t melisxa witty as I’d like my fictional self to be, though, but just witty enough to star in her own teen movie, definitely.
Good food, good times. But are Quinn’s stereotypes about people getting in the way of her being able to make friends?
I feel like that Quinn is just so sure about who she is and what she wants, almost to mellissa fault. All your favorite bands But the cute musicians I’ve met totally make up for it I honestly can not say enough good things about this book. I think that’s pretty cool.
She is a little bit different, smart and extremely stubborn. She puts on a facade of who she wants everyone to think she is, creating a barricade between herself and her new friends.
Even more so because Quinn was an older character for YA, on the verge of starting college. Even in my own life, once I got out of my own little small-town bubble years ago, I found that there were other ways to be, to think, etc.
The novel was practically a love song for Austin and I came very close to booking my next trip out there multiple times.
Review originally posted on Rather Be Reading Blog: