He was tall, at least six feet, with dirty blond hair that hung over his eyes. His T-shirt read Nietzsche Is My Homeboy.
So, that was Matt. Who Julie Seagles likes. A lot. But there is also Finn. Who she flat out loves.
Complicated? Awkward? Completely.
But really, how was this freshly-minted Boston transplant and newbie college freshman supposed to know that she would end up living with the family of an old friend of her mother’s? This was all supposed to be temporary. Julie wasn’t supposed to be important to the Watkins family, or to fall in love with one of the brothers. Especially the one she’s never quite met. But what does that really matter? Finn gets her, like no one ever has before. They have connection. But here’s the thing about love, in all its twisty, bumpy permutations - it always throws you a few curves. And no one ever escapes unscathed.
©2012 Jessica Park (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I like to read VERY much .. I'm obsessed with reading I don't have time to actually read a book so I've been a listener for three years now
it one of my favorites , I loved the story soo much
the plot is so smooth and nice and kept me hooked until the end , I liked the feeling it got me after I finished it
not sure , maybe all of them
two guys .. one girl LOL
I really recommend this book to everyone I love it soo much
I love to read!
The story was a bit predictable, but I enjoyed it. The narrator did a great job. I would read other stories by Jessica Park.
I started out listening to books for work and now have become addicted. Every where I drive is a new adventure...
First off ... I am a complete Nerd, so I am a huge fan of Matt and his quirky t-shirts and awkward social skills. I can totally relate. This book pulled me in from the start. I listened to it in two days... I enjoyed all the twist and turns of the book along with the modern draw of social media. Jessica Park did a wonderful job of drawing me in and keeping me interested throughout. I have listened to the book twice now.
I have both editions. I have to say I really enjoyed the audio edition because the narrator did a wonderful job conveying the characters feelings.
One of the most memorable moments for me was when Julie realizes something is up with Finn and she confronts Matt about it. Matt's raw and heartfelt feelings totally moved me.
This is the first time I've listened to this narrator. She did an absolutely wonderful job conveying the characters feelings.
I will definitely listen to this one over and over again. I loved ita,
One of the best audio books I have listened to. The story is sad, funny, and happy I want more..
Yes I didn't want to stop listening I loved the narrator what a great job.
Where was this book that I hadn't listened to it before!
SWEET, DIFFERENT, CHARMING, INTELLIDENT, WITTY, FUNNY AND SAD ALL ROLLED INTO ONE. THE BOOK IS GEARED MORE FOR TEENS BUT I ENJOYED IT VERY MUCH AND HOPE MORE OF JESSICA PARKS BOOKS ARE MADE AUDIBLE.
When I read this book I "Loved" it, but hearing Julia Whelan narrate it...she brought it to life. I kept forgetting one person was narrating. The narration is what makes an audiobook. I loved the character Julie right from the beginning. If she were real she would be my best friend. The quick wit drew me in and the fun-loving bantar kept me there. Matt's nerdy geekdom and Celeste's intellectual calibur tugged at my heart and wrapped me around their lil fingers. This book is now on my "Favorite Books" list.
I would recommend it because this book is amazing and the audiobook is as well!
Chapter 22 was one of my favorite scenes.
I enjoyed that the narrator of the book took on each character and portrayed the emotions like we imagined them.
This has got to be one of my favorite audiobooks. The story was good, engaging, romantic, dramatic, and sweet. The narrator's performance was incredible. I listen to 30 audiobooks a year, her narration was incredible.
I might not have cried, but I definitely choked up and gasped. The story and performance was very emotional and it really came through.
This was fantastic! I will definitely get more from this author and look for this narrator again. Excellent.
This story was quirky, fun, and predictable (but not in a bad way!). Even though the reader can figure out the underlying plot there are still aspects that are surpassing, amusing and touching. Julie arrives in Boston to start her first year of college only to find out the apartment she put a deposit on doesn't exist. Her mother pulls some last minute strings and Julie is off to spend a few days with a family of an old friend of her mom's. This Watkins family is ecentric. There's nerdy college student Matt, the Harvard professor mom, ultra brainy research analysis dad, and immature 13 year old Celeste. Out of the picture, traveling the world is the handsome eldest brother Finn. Oh, and then there's Flat Finn, the life size cut out of the real Fynn that Celeste totes around with her wherever she goes. While the family dynamics are certainly strange, Julie really connects with them, especially Finn who she strikes up an intimate on line relationship with via Facebook. But then there's Matt who she's really good friends with. Julia sets out to help Celeste loosen her dependence on Flat Fynn while uncovering the real reason behind the family's dysfunction.
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