Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Book Review Thoughts: Blue Eyes and Other Teenage Hazards by Janette Rallison

Book: Blue Eyes and Other Teenage Hazards by Janette Rallison
Genre: YA Romance
Rating:★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

I love Janette Rallison books! They are so much fun! A bunch of hers were free on Kindle awhile back, so I snagged them up. And though I have a gazillion books already going, I started reading this one and before I knew it, I'd finished! I love how these fun fluffy books tend to sneak in amongst the "deep thinking" books because, you know, they are a ton more fun to read! Well, sometimes anyway. Lots of times actually.

So this one is about Cassidy who is sad that her best friend has moved away. When a new girl moves into the house, she's determined to be her friend, despite the fact that the new girl is trouble. But she (the new girl) has a brother, who Cassidy at first deems a 7 or so on the scale but who quickly (QUICKLY!) moves up and OFF the scale! Together they team up to help this new girl (named Elise) get it together.

Like I said... FUN!

My only complaint... more kissing please! :)

Bottom Line: Read Janette Rallison books when you are in the mood for a romp that will make you laugh. Any of them really. I promise.

Other Reviews:

Janette Rallison cannot go wrong in my mind. Her books are always enjoyable and so funny with cute romances. From Clean Fiction

It also doesn’t help that the cover art is so mushy and sweet but I was surprised to find that it’s focused more on friendship and family problems. From Geeky Mythology

This is the kind of book you’d love reading in relaxing summer holiday, preferably in a hammock. From Catch the Lune


  1. I may read this one just because the girl is named Elise, lol.

  2. I didn't see this one when I got my free books. :( oh well.



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