Birthday Giveaway #1: Jillian Dodd

Birthday Giveaway #1: Jillian Dodd

I love Jillian Dodd. No REALLY. I love her in such a big way. This lady is not only the fantastic author who gave us That Boy, That Wedding, Stalk Me, Kiss Me, and the soon to be released, Date Me, but she’s also an extremely generous and sweet person who has stood by this blog since the beginning! I can’t praise her highly enough.  If you ever wondered, “Huh, should I pick up this That Boy book?” The answer will always be, “Yes,” my friends.

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A big THANK YOU to indie author, Jillian Dodd, for all that she does!!!

It’s no secret that we absolutely adore Jillian Dodd. She’s not only the fantastic writer behind That Boy, That Wedding, Stalk Me, and Kiss Me (BTW That Boy was one of our TOP PICKS of 2012!). She’s also a sweet, warm, caring, generous, loving, wonderful person who doesn’t get enough appreciation for how great and supportive she is. Well, finally she’s getting the love she deserves with this HUGE multi-blog giveaway sponsored by her friends! That’s right! The people whom she supports are turning the tables and supporting her!

Here goes nothing:

A Big Big BIIIIIIG “THANK YOU, Jillian, for all that you do!”

Friends of Jillian Dodd are showing their appreciation! In appreciation for the hard work and effort indie author Jillian Dodd does behind the scenes for authors, her writing friends are offering YOU the chance to win one of her books! You can choose from one of the Keatyn Chronicles: STALK ME or KISS ME. Or maybe you prefer one of the titles in the That Boy series: THAT BOY or THAT WEDDING. All books are New Adult contemporary romance. Good luck!

Giveaway details: (1) eBook copy of STALK

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ME (Keatyn Chronicles, #1), KISS ME (Keatyn Chronicles, #2), THAT BOY (Volume 1), or THAT WEDDING (That Boy, #2). Open International. Books will be gifted from Amazon or Barnes and Noble. You get entries for:

1. commenting on this post with which book you’d most like to win

2. liking us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/I-Love-YA-Fiction/223407614411654

3. liking her on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/JillianDodd1

4. tweeting a big “I Love YOU, @jilliandodd! Thanks for all you do!” on twitter

5. following her on twitter (@jilliandodd)

6. following us on twitter (@iloveyafiction)

Enter the rafflecopter below and good luck!

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If interested in learning about the books (as if you haven’t read them yet!), be sure to read up on them through our stellar reviews:

Jayden’s journey from small town tomboy to happily engaged woman:

That Boy, 10/10 stars

That Wedding, 9/10 stars

Keatyn’s story from Hollywood celebrity daughter turned normal girl in hiding:

Stalk Me, 9/10 stars

Kiss Me, 8/10 stars

Also learn more about how fabulous Jillian is here; believe me this girl is amazing!

http://jilliandodd.net/

https://www.facebook.com/JillianDodd1

https://twitter.com/JillianDodd

http://pinterest.com/jilliandodd/

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Even More Top Picks of 2012!

Shhh! Don’t tell Ellen: I’m back with even more Top Picks of 2012! I can’t stand that I had to leave out a few books from my Top 3. It’s been eating away at me for the last day. I mean, have you ever had to narrow dozens of great things down to just three? It’s tough work! But I did it and now I’m regretting the fact that I couldn’t include these amazing books:

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Special Announcement: Boston Author Event!!

To all our New England readers who have been waiting for the opportunity to meet your favorite authors (including Jillian Dodd, Rebecca Donovan and Tina Reber) here is your chance! Boston will be having an Author Event on March 16, 2013. I think I see an I Love YA Fiction road trip in our future!!

Here’s the current list of authors attending:

Author List

Amber Lynn Natusch
Amy Bartol
Amy Miles
C.J. Roberts
Denise Grover Swank
Georgia Cates
Jessica Park
Jillian Dodd
K.A. Linde
Karina Halle
Laura Bradley Rede
Liz Reinhardt
Madeline Sheehan
Michele Scott
Raine Miller
Rebecca Donovan
S.C. Stephens
Shelly Crane
Steph Campbell
Tara Sivec
Tarryn Fisher
Tina Reber

For all the details you can visit the Facebook page or check out the official webpage.
Will you make it? Who are you most excited to meet? What awesome songs will be playing on your road trip playlist? (Lots of Taylor Swift on mine, Judith is so lucky.)

 

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Dream Wedding Contest Entry #1: the one that would have won if only zombies had been allowed

A few of you regulars might remember a certain fabulous Dream Wedding writing contest we helped sponsor last month in conjunction with author, Jillian Dodd, and the Readiacs. Our entries were overwhelming! I was honestly awed by what you, our wonderful readers, came up with. Seriously: I write this blog almost every day yet could never come up with a readable piece of fiction about a wedding. My entry would have looked a little something like this, “Me like weddings. Me girl. Err–me already married and have fleeting recollection of wedding.” etc, etc. You get the drift. God awful is putting it mildly.

Well, we had readers-turned-writers out there who were actually inspired to write some incredible pieces. This is one of my top 5 favorites though Ellen (luckily) convinced me that zombies have no place in a dream wedding (or do they? Is it a Dream Wedding or a wedding that’s a dream. Oooh, heavy!). Clearly she’s the sensible one among us but I couldn’t let this awesome entry never see the light of day. So here you have it! Oh and if you want to contact the author, Gemma Bennett, her blog link is at the end.

But first, here’s a preview to whet your whistle mainly cause I just wanted to use these funny pictures. Enjoy.

It’s this (minus the misshapen bare feet on the guy below, geesh):

vs this (words simply aren’t necessary, are they):

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This was not how I’d imagined my wedding.

I was wearing ripped jeans and a paint flecked shirt, my unruly curls in a tangled mess. My bouquet was a bundle of plastic flowers I’d found in the restroom. And I had no guests – no Cindy behind me straightening my train, no Matty rolling his eyes in the front pew, no Mom telling everyone that I was wearing her dress, and no Dad to give me away. But at least I was in a church. And Josh was standing across from me at the altar, beaming in his grungy khakis and flannel shirt.

Josh was all that had kept me from falling apart. That morning, in the back of the sanctuary, I’d finally admitted what I’d been thinking for days.

“He’s not coming back.”

Josh had furrowed his brow. “You don’t know that, Lil. There’s time.”

“No, there’s not. Face facts. If Matty was alive, he’d be here by now.” I dropped my head to my knees. “We’re all gonna die on Hilton Head.”

“We could make a run for it.”

“No. We’ve already cheated death. We’re just delaying the inevitable.”

“Hey.” Josh lifted my chin with a gentle finger. “Look on the bright side. At least-”

I snapped. He was always so freaking optimistic. “Bright side? My entire family is dead, and when the bombs drop at seven, we’ll be dead too. What exactly is the bright side to this?”

He went silent. “I was gonna say that at least we’re together.”

“Oh.” I immediately regretted yelling. Josh’s family was safe, evacuated a week ago by helicopter. But he had run off to find me. And now we were both stuck. “I’m sorry. I just can’t stop thinking about Matty.”

“I know.”

I leaned close to Josh and listened to his heartbeat – steady and comforting in the chaos around us. “You should have left the island with your family.”

“I’m exactly where I should be. I love you, Lily.”

He’d said it before, but a year into our relationship, I still had trouble believing it. How had popular, gorgeous, Josh Harrington fallen for plain old me?

“You still don’t get it, do you?”

I refused to meet his eyes. “I get it.”

“No you don’t.” He grabbed my hands. “Remember when I lost my bookbag at that gas station?”

“Of course. You almost got killed over that stupid bag.”

“I didn’t care about the bag. There was a ring in the side pocket.”

My jaw dropped. “A what?”

“I’d been carrying it around for a while. I was gonna propose to you at the end of the summer.”

My mouth hung open, silently.

Josh quickly added, “I mean, I didn’t think we’d get married right away or anything, but you were going away to Stanford, and I wanted you to know that I was serious. About us.”

I finally got control of my mouth. “I would’ve said yes.”

Josh kissed me, and for a flash, I forgot about the carnage outside. There was only me and Josh, happy together. Then a zombie banged against the door, reminding us that this evening, and our lives, were going to end soon.

I laced my fingers through Josh’s. “You know…we could do it.”

“Do what?”

“We could get married. Right now. Let’s ask Pastor Mike.”

“Seriously?”

“Yeah.”

“Ahem.” Pastor Mike’s voice pulled me back to the present. “Do you, Lily, take Joshua to be your lawfully wedded husband?”

“Oh! Yeah. Yes! I do!”

“And do you, Josh, take Lily to be your lawfully wedded wife?”

Josh beamed. “I-.”

Before Josh could finish, a window near the roof exploded in a shower of glass. A dark figure dropped though and landed in a crouch. Josh stepped in front of me, but I moved around him. Something about the way it stood was familiar.

That wasn’t a zombie – it was Matty, drenched from the rain and covered in mud.

I reached for him, but he swatted me away. “Matty! Are you okay?”

“I’m fine. Hotwired an SUV. Pedal to the metal, we might make it off this

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rock before they blow the bridge.”

“Um, give us a minute.”

Matty took in the scene and his eyes widened. “What do you two think you’re doing?”

“Getting married.”

He rolled his eyes. “No, you’re not. You’re seventeen.”

I interrupted. “Matty, I love you, but I’m not your baby sister anymore. I watched our parents die. And Josh has killed people that used to be his friends. We made it here on our own, and we’re making this decision without asking your permission.”

Matty gave a resigned sigh. “Whatever. Hurry up.”

I gestured for him to stand next to me. “Be my maid of honor.”

He stepped forward and pointed a finger at Josh. “If you hurt her, I will make you wish the zombies had gotten to you first.”

“Understood.”

Pastor Mike cleared his throat. ““So, Josh-”

“I do!”

“Then I now pronounce you man and wife. You may kiss the bride.”

I glanced in Matty’s direction and gave Josh a tiny peck. “There’s more where that came from later.”

Matty groaned. “Please stop. You’re making me wish I hadn’t survived to see this.” He started toward the door. “Pastor Mike? You coming?”

He shook his head. “I’m going to stay here and pray. I have a feeling you’re not the last group to need sanctuary this evening.”

I hesitated at the door.

Josh grabbed my hand. “We don’t have to go if you don’t want to.”

Matty raised an eyebrow. “What? Of course she does.”

Josh ignored him. “If you want to stay, I’ll stay with you.”

I still dreaded the horrors outside, but somehow, my future looked brighter now. Maybe we wouldn’t survive, but I wanted to try. “No. If we don’t make it, there’s always the bright side.”

Josh smiled and gripped my hand tighter. “You ready, Mrs. Harrington?”

I nodded. “Let’s go.”

And we did.

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Now do you get it? Girlfriend can write like it’s nobody’s business! If you want to learn more about Gemma Bennett and her writing, check out her blog Gemma Writes Nights.

 

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Our Winners of the Jillian Dodd Dream Wedding Writing Contest

If you’re anything like me (though let’s just remember that we’re all individuals here) then you LOVE free stuff. And after what seems like an interminable amount of time, you’ve probably been thinking to yourself, “Now I know I wrote a kick butt entry into that I Love YA Fiction writing contest but how come there hasn’t been any sort of hint at who the winner is? I mean, my writing skills are superlative so what the howdy hoo are they doing? I want my Kindle Fire!” Well, you would not be mistaken in wondering what the howdy hoo the hold up is. But have no fear! The winner(s) is here!

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THAT Dream WEDDING Contest update: Enter to Win a KINDLE FIRE, Amazon gift cards, or free copies of the book

I Love YA Fiction has teamed up with some pretty impressive blogs to bring you THAT Dream WEDDING contest! We all loved That Boy and That Wedding by Jillian Dodd and now you have the chance to tell the fabulous author all about YOUR OWN Dream Wedding! See below to find out how you can win one of a bunch of great prizes!!!

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It’s time for you to tell us about your dream wedding! Every girl . . . and a few guys at one time have all dreamed about their fantasy wedding. From the Cinderella dress and horse drawn carriage to getting married at Yankee Stadium.

We all fell in love with JJ & Philip in THAT BOY so it was only fitting that in THAT WEDDING, JJ and Philip made their dreams and fantasies come true with a beautiful, elaborate and complete fairytale of a wedding. We just didn’t the invite to the party of the year!

Now it’s your turn. In 1000 words or less, tell us what your dream wedding is. So grab your pen, paper and your guy . . . girl and get to writing.

Important Info & Rules:
Contest dates: March 19th – April 19th

Winners announced – May 7th

All entries are to be written in English.

You must be 17 years of age or older to enter. If you are under, parents’ permission is required.

Entries must be submitted via email. A word attachment is not necessary, but encouraged.

All entries must include the following:
Name:
Age:
Site you are entering on: I Love YA Fiction

Entries are emailed to Readiacs.Contest@gmail.com

Each site will pick 3 of their favorite Dream Wedding stories.

One (1) grand prize winner will be chosen – Winner receives a KINDLE FIRE – booyah!

Each site will have one second (2nd) place winner – $25 Amazon Gift Card – Or Barnes & Noble if you have a Nook.

Each site will have one third (3rd) place winner – E-Copy of THAT WEDDING by Jillian Dodd

We have joined forces with some fantastic blogs to bring you an amazing contest!
http://www.eventchicdallas.com
http://whatsonthebookshelf-jen.blogspot.com
http://www.latebloomeronline.com
http://joie-joiedelire.blogspot.com
http://www.iloveyafiction.com
http://toughcriticbookreviews.blogspot.com
http://readingeatinganddreaming.blogspot.com/

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A list of why I love Texas: an homage of the random

Did you know that I’m in Texas? No? Are you sure? I only post about it everywhere on every form of social media oh about a bagillion times a day. For real.  Anywho, my parents moved here about 5 years ago and I have to admit that I never really cared one way or the other.  But now, I’m starting to see the error of my ways! I love Texas. Don’t get me wrong, I’d never move here because, well, I’m a Northeastern gal at heart and after 14ish years in or around Manhattan, I just can’t let it go but still, I can appreciate the good in other places (mainly because it showcases all the short-comings of the Big Apple). So in honor of the great Lone Star State I’m posting a little list of all the random things I like about it:

-liquor in the drug store. LIQUOR IN THE DRUG STORE! This is a concept foreign to the Northeast where sometimes you can’t even buy liquor on Sunday (yes, I’m pointing a sharp stick at you, New Jersey) and if you can, sometimes it has to be after noon (and yes, this stick is for you, Massachusetts).

-99 cent stores. There is something intrinsically wonderful about buying crap at a fraction of the price even if it breaks in two days.

-grocery stores the size of football fields.  Come look at my neighborhood grocery store in Hoboken, NJ and you will see what a crapfest it is to fight people in aisles no bigger than 4 feet wide for dusty, outdated food. Everyone living in the suburbs has it so good!

Jillian Dodd. People, the amazing authoress of That Boy and That Wedding lives here!

-Chick-Fil-A. All chicken, all the time. And if you have kids there’s always some play structure to climb on so parents or aunts as the case may be can get a much needed break from the non-stop chatter and screaming.

-Big Trucks.  There is something intrinsically sexy about a beefcake man in a big, outfitted truck.  Drool!

-perma-tan. Everyone here in Houston exists in a perpetual sort of perma-tan mainly because there is exponentially more sun than ever hits up North. I have to admit: I’m jealous. My bleached out white flesh would give any vampire a run for his or her money.  Speaking of, I’m reading Love Reborn by JR Ward and LOVING IT! If you liked the earlier BDB novels, you are gonna adore this one. Check it out, I promise you won’t be disappointed. Except of course if you’re Ellen and you haven’t read the last 6 books and will call or text me every two minutes demanding to know what is going on and also, WTF?!

-Friday Night Lights (book or tv show; you pick, both are excellent)!!! Need I say more? I think you all need a visual actually and look! It combines two of my most favorite parts of the list: trucks, beefcakes, and FNL:

I’ll more than likely come up with more over the course of the next few days but for now, that’s all I’ve got.

xoxo

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It’s Contest Time at I Love YA Fiction: Enter to Win a Kindle Fire!

Hey there, peeps! I’m beyond happy! It is our favoritest time of year and that’s contest time here at I Love YA Fiction. We have a fantastic new That Wedding contest and I promise that you’re going to LOVE the prizes. We’re not talking canned peanuts and a candle. Oh no, we’re talking big, big swag and no, sadly, it’s not a naked, gift-wrapped Phillip all ready to be used as your personal boy toy for the day. Sigh. But, you will be extremely happy nonetheless and here’s why!

It’s time for you to tell us about your dream wedding! Every girl . . . and a few guys at one time have all dreamed about their fantasy wedding. From the Cinderella dress and horse drawn carriage to getting married at Yankee Stadium.

We all fell in love with JJ & Philip in THAT BOY so it was only fitting that in THAT WEDDING, JJ and Philip made their dreams and fantasies come true with a

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beautiful, elaborate and complete fairytale of a wedding. We just didn’t the invite to the party of the year!

Now it’s your turn. In 1000 words or less, tell us what your dream wedding is. So grab your pen, paper and your guy . . . girl and get to writing.

Important Info & Rules:

Contest dates: March 19th – April 19th

Winners announced – May 7th

All entries are to be written in English.

You must be 17 years of age or older to enter. If you are under, parents’ permission is required.

Entries must be submitted via email. A word attachment is not necessary, but encouraged.

All entries must include the following:

Name:

Age:

Site you are entering on:

Entries are emailed to Readiacs.Contest@gmail.com

Each site will pick 3 of their favorite Dream Wedding stories.

One (1) grand prize winner will be chosen – Winner receives a KINDLE FIRE – booyah!

Each site will have one second (2nd) place winner – $25 Amazon Gift Card – Or Barnes & Noble if you have a Nook.

Each site will have one third (3rd) place winner – E-Copy of THAT WEDDING by Jillian Dodd

We have joined forces with some fantastic blogs to bring you an amazing contest!

http://www.iloveyafiction.com

http://www.eventchicdallas.com

http://whatsonthebookshelf-jen.blogspot.com

http://www.latebloomeronline.com

http://joie-joiedelire.blogspot.com

http://toughcriticbookreviews.blogspot.com

http://readingeatinganddreaming.blogspot.com/

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That Wedding by Jillian Dodd

Title: That Wedding by Jillian Dodd

Publisher: Self-Published, 2012

Format: Kindle Edition

I’m not going to lie, I’m feeling a lot of pressure on this review. Usually I just read a book, drink some wine, think up some (I think) snarky/sarcastic/witty/drunken comments and bang out a review. But this one is different because the review of the first book and Jillian Dodd’s responses were what made me realize that maybe people other than Judith and I care what we have to say about books. Or are at least kind enough to pretend they do. Whatever, I’m just going to have a glass of wine and let’s get this ball rolling.

Oh but before we do that – if you haven’t read That Boy then STOP right now. Seriously. I try to keep my reviews as spoiler-free as possible so you’ll actually want to read the book if you haven’t already but obviously I can’t talk about a sequel without talking about the action in the first book. Plus it’s just a seriously kickass book and you’ll be so grateful you read it.

Plot: This book picks up exactly where the first one left off – Jadyn and Philip (squee!) have just gotten engaged and spend a blissful night together. Then the next day Jadyn is suddenly being wedding-attacked from all sides about when they’ll get married, where, themes, colors, etc. As you can guess from the title, the book focuses on Jadyn and Philip’s wedding planning, along with some serious issues like marriage counseling, honeymoon stages, Lori’s pregnancy, financial issues, first fights, awful nightmares about melting faces and turning into a burning bush (hehe) (yes, I’m 12), and Jadyn finally grieving over the loss of her parents. But in the end we all know that the love between JJ and Philip is strong enough to survive anything – they just need to realize it themselves.

Review: I’m sure this will come as no surprise but I LOVED this book. Now are we talking the rating I gave the first one (I’m too lazy to check but I think out of a scale of 1/10 I gave it 1 zillion,500,010?) no, because it’s a different sort of book. But I still laughed, and cringed, and squeed, and cried, and loved it. First off – I love how blindsided Jadyn and Philip are about the suddenness of wedding planning. Jadyn actually reminded me of my brother’s fiancée who said to me “um, we just got engaged, why do people expect us to start planning right away!?” (insert panicked voice). Also Philip’s suggestions on themes were awesome – togas, boats and hoes, total frat stuff. But in the end they have what sounds like the best wedding of all time. Their after party isn’t some stuffy club thing but a sports bar with kegs and pool and “ping pong” tables (we all know the latter will become beer pong tables).

Wedding stuff aside it’s the progression they make as a couple along with Jadyn’s individual growth which form the core of the book, the wedding planning is just the conduit that leads to this growth. Danny’s father is completely correct when he tells J that being lifelong best friends is one thing, being married is another and I really liked that he basically bribed J to go to marriage counseling. Did I think J was going to screw up one time too many? Yes. Did I understand why she was making poor decisions at times? Yes. Did I worry Philip was ever going to say “you’re too much work” and walk away? Hell no. Because he loves her! He’s loved her forever and they’re meant to be and Philip is awesome and….okay. Breathe. I’m stopping.

Yet again I’m sure this isn’t a shock but I’m giving the book 10/10. It deserves it. Go buy this book!!! (Oh and if by some miracle you’re reading this and haven’t signed up for our free giveaway you still have a few hours!)

Based on the following criteria:

How much did I like the heroine: 10. So I’m not going to lie when I was reading the book I was completely ready to downgrade J to a less than perfect score just because she kept making some really stupid decisions. And then I remembered what I said in the first review is still true – Jadyn and I are way too much alike. Yes she’s making stupid decisions, and she deep-down realizes it (but she’ll never admit it because she always has to be right), but sometimes when your life starts spiraling out of control all you can do is make it MORE out of control – this time on your terms. I did love that planning her wedding, and finally opening herself up to memories of her parents, led to a wedding that in so many ways encompassed her parents. The location, the colors, the size of the wedding, even her dress were all influenced by her parents. It was really touching.

How much did I like the love interest: 10. Was there ever any doubt? What I loved about this book is that Philip isn’t perfect. Toward the end of the book he acknowledges that he’s been rushing Jadyn through this whole process – hell they got engaged on their first date! – because he loves her so much he doesn’t want to lose her. Even accounting for that flaw Philip is still, well, (squee) he’s amazing. He understands everything that’s going on with J, is with her every step of the way, doesn’t put pressure on her to plan a wedding any specific way, and I love the whole protective vibe. When Philip stood up to his mom about the whole marriage counseling thing I think I almost died. Oh and his wedding gift to Jadyn? I cried but was also yelling “NO! She’s just had her makeup done! It’s photo time!” but then cried a little more.

How believable is the plot: 10. I loved it all, especially the wedding stuff. As an acknowledged wedding junkie (seriously: I love Friday nights because it means I get to watch hours of “Four Weddings”, “Say Yes to the Dress”, and sometimes “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding”) and someone who has had almost my whole wedding planned since I was 9 this was right up my alley. But now I can add “sports bar after party” to my list! (Side note: NO JOKE the song that I want to dance with my mom at my wedding just came on my iTunes! It’s a sign from above!)

How much did I like the writing style/editing/etc: 9. Okay I have one complaint – maybe it was just my version but the text messages were WAY too light in color. I could barely read them.

How much did I want to keep reading: 10. I think in order to stop me you’d have had to rip my Kindle out of my hands and then prepare yourself for one heck of a fight (I did get my yellow belt in Tae Kwan Do while in college – what what!).

Glasses of wine I drank while reading: 2. Just because I kept getting so mad at Jadyn. And then realizing that’s because she’s doing stupid things I’d do. And then drinking to forget I do stupid things. It’s a vicious cycle.

Final Score: 10/10. BUY THIS BOOK! And the first one, if you haven’t already. I’m not sure if there will be a third book but I might be alone in saying I hope not, I think that the story is perfect ending right here.

Also I want to take this opportunity to thank Jillian Dodd SO MUCH for everything she’s done for us. Not only did she (completely unsolicited) read my first review and then write back but when That Wedding was coming out she offered Judith and I free copies, plus said she’d give away a copy to one lucky reader! She let us interview her, responds to our tweets, and doesn’t seem to think

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we’re swimfan-level crazy (fingers crossed). Oh and the woman creates a new martini almost every week. Obviously she’s an awesome human being.

****Disclaimer: I got this book for free from the author. I swear I didn’t bribe her in any way, or get paid for my review. And we might not be legit enough to need this disclaimer but after working at a law firm for many years it’s better safe than sorry!****

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