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Ally Ryan, come on down to the Jersey Shore! Have you recently been humiliated at your former best friend's birthday party? Was your almost-boyfriend partly.
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Summary by Goodreads. Ally Ryan's life is complicated and it's one-hundred percent made up of drama. She's returning to Orchard Hill where the rich and beautiful live and back to her old problems. And now that she's back, she's an outsider and her old friends hate her. Even though she's been dealt the outsider role I wasn't too fond of our main character Ally. She's often unreasonable and it takes her a long time to learn from past mistakes. Just too long for my sympathy to last through all three books. Her so-called friends were even worse. They were nothing but shallow and not at all sensitive or there for Ally when she needed them most.

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Kieran Scott explores the lives of the upper class, their worries and the things that make their lives so fancy and entertaining. The time they spent at their beach houses in the second book was the most fun part of the entire trilogy, giving it a light summer read quality. At first I really liked Ally and Jake together and the time it took for them to figure out what they had.


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The dual point of view was enjoyable. You get chapters from Ally's point of view and sequences from Jake's perspective and their very different lives. Jake could be cute and thoughtful when he wanted to be, but sometimes he didn't exactly shine as the perfect male main character or stand out for his hyper intelligent and reasonable personality.

I hate to say it but at some point I just couldn't bring myself to care about these characters anymore. Ally and Jake's relationship is one of the on-again, off-again kinds and just as much as it frustrated them to be confronted with all these obstacles it frustrated me, too. Their thinking is often reigned by a rather childish urge to insist on their pride, knowing they would damn themselves to misery.

The second started up right where the first book ended and it added a few more well-placed twists and turns to Ally's story. If it weren't for the ever same circles of spitefulness and scheming behavior that never made any of the characters look like friends I could've enjoyed it more than I actually did. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Is there another book after this? I loved it and want to read more! Unicorn Bae Yes! Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order.

He's So Not Worth It , continues right off from the first book, so basically the whole drama continues but it's more While the first book had a lot of mean-girl action and a couple of the girls were downright b! In fact, there was only one b! Ally has finally, whacked out. The pressure has finally exploded and the poor girl has all these things happening to her at the same time, so who could really blame her? H He's So Not Worth It , continues right off from the first book, so basically the whole drama continues but it's more Her father is back, she doesn't want to play family with her mom, her new boyfriend and his daughter, she misses Jake - but can't get over the fact that he lied.

Faith and Shannen are acting human again - but her trust is shot. Then there is the Cooper thing and the Jake, Hammond, Chloe thing and what she said to Annie whom I adore and so on, and so on. She doesn't know who to turn to or what to do and her emotions and thoughts are basically everywhere all at once. So yeah, rebel-Ally Ryan isn't very happy and she's gonna make sure everyone knows it.

While I thought that this was rather a realistic move on Scott to portray her this way, it wasn't always easy to read. Don't get me wrong, I liked that Ally was finally starting to fight back and hold her ground, but it went a little to far. I liked the strong, calm, collected and in control Ally that we had in the first book and seeing her self-destruct with that loser, Cooper, and the way she generally treated everyone, was pretty hard to stomach.

I still really love the writing, but there are were a couple things that bothered me. One is, the fact that none of these characters can't ever just say what they want to say or explain the situation. Why does everyone seem to run away?

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It felt like every single fight or heated conversation lasts a few words then it's poof. A door slam, or leaving, or driving away, or getting interrupted. It felt so unsettling, unfinished and very frustrating. I like my characters feisty in books and firmly believe for them to just. Angst is good, but it can only go so far. I think it's been pushed to the limit for this book. I also didn't care for how much the parents were involved in this one compared to the last one, but that's just my issues and not necessary the book.

The ending, of course landing on a cliffy, so I'm very curious how Scott will clean that up. My only hope for the next book is that she's not planning on writing another break-up scene. Please, make the running stop. Overall, while this book had it's flaws and I did have some issues. I still very much enjoyed it. Who knew I would love getting all riled-up, but I do. It's a fun series that has so.


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Once I started this, I couldn't stop. It really is an all consuming read. View all 11 comments. Dec 13, Giselle rated it really liked it Shelves: bought-online , genre-contemporary , own , genre-romance , 4-star , age-young-adult , Crazy book!! I flew through it. Bratty, self-absorbed characters and parents what more could you want?!

All these characters make the worst kind of mistakes and it gets them in the worst type of situations! It's like reading a TV Show come to life. So much drama, it'll make your head spin.

I needed a quick read and this one was it! Apr 29, Morgan F rated it it was ok Shelves: candy , series , , romance , young-adult , e-book , summer , multiple , galleygrab , goodreads-author. Oooooh the drama :0 This could have all been avoided if everyone wasn't so damn self-centered and just freakin talked to each other without storming out of the room every two seconds.

View 1 comment. Jan 15, Nomes rated it it was ok Shelves: , not-for-me , alternating-m-f-pov , out-of-the-loop. I read the first book in this series She's So Dead To Us last year and it was an addictive guilty pleasure I did feel sheepish reading it but gosh it was surprisingly good. I gave it three stars of good times.

It was not my usual kind of contemp read but it was easy to get sucked into the angst! So, it I read the first book in this series She's So Dead To Us last year and it was an addictive guilty pleasure I did feel sheepish reading it but gosh it was surprisingly good.

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So, it's been a while since I read the first one but I was up for another guilty high school drama. It took me a while to get back into this one and you do need to read this series in order I maybe should have refreshed myself on secondary characters. Anyway, I found the pacing to pick up after page 65 or so. I liked Jake and his doofy grin, he's hopeful and vulnerable but tough on the exterior.