Where Youll Find Me review Û 109

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Where Youll Find Me review Û 109 ↠ When Hanley Helton discovers a boy living in her garage she knows she should kick him out But Nate is too charming to be dangerous He just needs a place to get away which Hanley understands Her own escape methods vodka black hair dye and pretending the past didn't happen are traditional but who is she to judgeNatWhen Hanley Helton discovers a boy living in her garage she knows she should kick him out But Nate is too charming to be dangerous He just needs a place to get away which Hanley understands Her own escape methods vodka. You can read this review and on my blog

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Black hair dye and pretending the past didn't happen are traditional but who is she to judgeNate doesn't tell her why he's in her garage and she doesn't tell him what she's running from Soon Hanley's trading her late. I'm shocked I made it even past the first two chapters But at 6% I am done with this and it's such a short story too That's saying a LOT First of all if you have read Hopeless by Colleen Hoover and disliked it because of how unrealistic it is then don't read this book because the problems that I had with that novel are the same that I have with this one Hanley is such an idiot and being drunk isn't an excuse for her idiocy because she tells him to leave when she is drunk But even excusing this these are the things that made me stop reading this Like we don't live in a world where you can just randomly drink water that a stranger gives you because you know that they won't drug you The fact that the author failed to realize that and decided to make this story like that is ridiculous 1 The second she realizes that there's a stranger in her garage instead of running and screaming for help she stands there and makes small talk with him because he says I'm innocent 2 While looking at his mouth when he smiles at her ugh she imagines kissing him Mind you they just met like a minute ago 3 He commands her to drink some water that he just so happens to have and you know what She does She doesn't know this guy she dropped her keys on the ground and her ankle is killing her so she obeys this stanger guy and drinks some 'water'

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Where Youll Find MeNight escapades for all night conversations and stolen kisses But when Nate's recognized as the missing teen from the news Hanley isn't sure which is worse that she's harboring a fugitive or that she's in love with one. I can't believe this is a debut novel Seriously this is good stuff BUT here I am wondering how I to write a review Why do I find the good books so hard to review The story line is in some ways unrealistic The whole situation of Nate is totally unrealistic BUT Fletcher wrote this in a way that I honestly didn't care about it The thing is the way Hanley reacted would have been very much how I would have reacted at her age Lots of people who didn't like the book had issued with the dude in the garage which made me stop and think about it And you know what I was one of those teens that snuck out that blocked my family out and was up to stuff I knew were bad choice and I wouldn't have told on him Because it would have felt wrong A wrong sense of rebel loyalty I asked le DH what he would have done He said the same thing Would I encourage that now HELL NO The reasons why I was so blase about that potentially dangerous situation are two I am from a small town in Switzerland you don't think a stranger is an ax murderer simply because criminals are far and few between in Heidiland So the reactions of several other reviewers made me pause and honestly realise they are right but it wasn't my experience so it simply didn't occure to me I should know better since I have lived in many places and other countries non of which were as safe as my home town current one included The second reason being that I got caught up in the character building And we all know what a sucker I am for character driven novels The character building is what made this a really wonderful read for me I could totally identify with Hanley saw many behavior patterns I had in her Nate was mysterious and cute I simply adore him And I would have so gone for him as a teeny I loved the romance part it's subtle and way realistic than the insta love that gets thrown around so often these days The support cast was also uite good I really liked how one's perception of people changed as Hanley's view of them got broadened I love how the characters did evolve and change and essentially do some growing up I think this is a strong strong story about grief accepting each other flaws reaching out and building stronger relationships It's full of anger angst secrets and silly teenage behavior but for me that rang through simply because I was like that I enjoyed Fletcher's prose The story was well paced and so well written that I read this in one sitting Though the year has just begun I know this is one of my favorite for 2014 It's a book that reminded me of The Sea ofTranuility and The Silent Swan A beautiful YA contemporary