Synopsis: Campbell and Lena are not friends, but after an incident at their high school football game and a protest gone wrong, they must count on the each other to make it home alive.
Synopsis: After being pushed into the pre-med track at college, Shane signs up for a study abroad program, but tells her parents it for pre-med when in reality, it is a creative writing course. She felt stuck in her college, her major, and her life, so she thinks switching things up will help her find who she is.
I don't know how often I will be doing this sort of post about books I haven't finished, but I needed to honestly get my feelings out about Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine. I had seen this book around everywhere, and when I bought it, the cashier even comment about how popular it is. The premise seemed like this would be a cute, heartwarming book. To say my expectations were high is an understatement. I ended up stopping at page 124 (about a third into the book).
Synopsis: After the last performance of her tour, K-Pop sensation Lucky sneaks out of her strictly managed schedule for a night out in Hong Kong. Jack, who works part time for a celebrity tabloid magazine, meets Lucky and convinces her to spend the next day with him so, unknown to her, he can get a good story for his employer. However, throughout their day as Hong Kong, they get to know each other and realize that they have a lot in common.
Synopsis: Macy and Elliot spent years of their young lives becoming friends, and then something more, but one night changed everything for them. After ten years of not seeing each other, they are suddenly back in each other's lives. They must come to terms with what happened that night, and what feelings remain. This is told in alternating past and present chapters.