READER Song of Summer

DOC ✓ READER Song of Summer FREE ¶ MONEYEXPRESSCARD ↠ The thirteen ualities of Robin’s Perfect Man range from the mildly important “Handsome” to the all important “Great taste in music” After all Westfield’s best high school folk musician can’t go out with some shmuck who only listens to top 40 crap WThe thirteen ualities of Robin’s Perfect Man range from the mildly important “Handsome” to the all important “Great taste in music” After all Westfield’s best high school folk musician can’t go out with some shmuck who only listens to top 40 crap When hot Carter Paulson wal We can probably change the title of this book to Holy Mother of Adorableness and it would still be totally appropriate My cheeks still hurt from all the smiling I just didRight off the bat you could feel the chemistry radiating between Robin and Carter I was surprised by how well Anderson played the insta attraction card she managed to make it both sweet and realistic It was the kind of cute that will make you want to reminisce on all the guys and girls you've crushed on beforeIndividually I love how both main characters had their own support systems While she may not have had the most present parents Robin had her co workers and friends who were very supportive of her and wanted to be happy Carter had his amazing sweet and very caring family I wanted to hug his parents and his sisters so hardAnderson's writing was really easy to read and I found my heart palpitating and clenching in the perfect moments I could really feel what the author intended for the reader to feel which earned her a spot on my Author Nice ListOne of my little ualms though is about how this book is being marketed The synopsis makes it clear that music will play a big part of this book but whenever Robin and Carter were together it was just a topic that was always glossed over or put to the side It could've made this book extra awesome and without it the book just lacked some depth at some pointsAnd there's this one scene close to the end of the book where Robin tested my patience She was really uick to judge and made some stupid mistakes but I guess that just made her of a person a bitchy person but a person nonethelessIf you're curious the book ended in an open ending It might not be the HEA you're looking for but it was realistic and made me daydream about a beautiful future for our two main charactersOverall if you're just looking for a uick contemporary read to make you smile definitely consider picking up Song of SummerDeadly Darlings | The Social Potato | The Book Geek | Twitter | Instagram

READER ✓ Song of Summer ´ Laura Lee Anderson

t speak the same language But when the cute waitress at Grape Country Dairy makes an effort to talk with him he takes her out on his yellow Ducati motorcycle Told in first person alternating perspectives language music and culture go along for the ride as Carter and Robin find their son I received a copy of this novel through Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis was an excellent book It's a 45 because Robin really annoyed me a few times but I rounded up I had to The story is told in alternating points of view from Robin a young musician and Carter a profoundly deaf motorcycle loving guy They are from two different worlds but somehow have a deep connection There story is so cute sad and hopeful The characters and story are well written and thought out Carter's life and differences from Robin as a hearing person are well presented This is just a really solid read Particularly if you love sign language even though there is obviously not much actual signing Full review will be up on my blog July 7th

Laura Lee Anderson ´ Song of Summer DOC

Song of SummerKs in the door of Robin’s diner it looks like the list may have come to life It’s not until the end of the meal that she realizes he’s profoundly deaf Carter isn’t looking for a girlfriend Especially not a hearing one Not that he has anything against hearing girls they just don This review is also posted at Her Book ThoughtsThis book is so hard to rate The blurb suggests that it has all the makings of a favorite novel for me cute summer read first loves between two different people music and a deaf MC Song of Summer has an interesting premise one that I was so excited to delve into The beginning itself was very promising I even shipped Robin and Carter right from the start THE FEELS WERE ON POINT GUYS So what the hell happenedWell after all the cutesy start and first love vibes of course it had to be there DRAMA UNNECESSARY DRAMA I might add Now I usually don't mind some drama to keep my blood boiling especially if it's really needed for the flow of the story The drama between the exes Pfft I could easily forgive that What I couldn't stand AT ALL was Robin's outburst and reaction to Carter's not telling her the truth about his hearing situation which was totally out of line SPOILERS BELOW READ AT YOUR OWN RISK NOT HIDING THESE AT ALL BECAUSE I REALLY WANT YOU GUYS TO READ IT HA Robin loves music than life itself Music is everything for her She lives and breathes music But what happens now that the person and probably the only one who can make her love anything than music couldn't hear and appreciate the thing she loves the most Carter has been deaf since birth Having tried CI cochlear implant before and not liking it he has decided not to go through with it at all So when Robin found out that Carter could actually listen if he wanted to she overreacted This is the part that I hated the most How can she claim to love Carter if she didn't even give him the chance to try to explain his side at all What's up with the cutting all ties with him blocking him on e mail Instagram seriously everything What's up with jumping to conclusions when she knew no shit about what it's like to be deaf Dude Get over yourself Your boyfriend is deaf Just because you're learning ASL for him doesn't mean you know everything about what it's like to be one Smh Okay now to the other part that annoyed me That ending Honestly I felt cheated I love open endings since they open way possibility for the story but what the hell was with this one's ending anyway What's up with all the build up and then making it end like that It was so underwhelming and rushed I could cry just thinking about it againOverall I still liked the book and shipped Robin and Carter hard before any of the drama happened I also want to applaud the author for making Carter's situation very believable Carter's deafness didn't come out as a stupid plot device to me It seemed genuine you know I don't even know if that makes sense but I guess what I'm trying to say is that the author has really done her research and I greatly appreciate that That alone warrants this book a solid star So even though I've had some uncertainties I'm still giving this book 3 stars