Review: Love, Life, and the List by Kasie West

It is now summer which means I am totally in the mood for contemporary romance. And the author that first comes to mind when I need one is Kasie West and she did not disappoint.

When I started this book, I thought I wouldn’t like it. It took me a few chapters and the start of the actual list to get into it. But the book just got better and here are the reasons why.

Review: By Your Side

This bored me and I almost gave up on it. But I’m so glad I didn’t because by the end, I was looking for more.

It took me a while to get attached to the characters. I really didn’t feel the friendship between Autumn and her friends, except Lisa. Dallin annoyed me so much for being petty and immature while her other friends might as well be nonexistent.

But other than that, this was great. I now understand why Kasie West is an auto-buy author for some readers when it comes to young adult contemporary romance.