Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Review: Over You by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus

Authors: Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus
Hardcover, ebook 304 pages
Published August 21st 2012 by HarperTeen
Rating: 4 stars

Emma McLaughlin  Nicola Kraus  Amazon

Over You is a story about facing your past, making mistakes and giving yourself a second chance.

Max got dumped. She suffers but fortunately manages to survive and move on. So she decides to drop out of the private school she attends, fly to New York and start over. She gets her GED at the age of seventeen and chooses to spend a year college-free and so she creates Ex.Inc, a company which helps miserable girls get over their boyfriends who (surprise, surprise!) dump them.

Her method? Chocolate, Kleenex, a lot of fluids, gather the ex’s stuff in a box and deliver them to him, boxing, private lessons and finally the Moment, where every girl trained by Ma gets her revenge and leaves the boy coming back for more and getting nothing.
Her personal life is quiet. Until she meets Ben. They both think that they're just friends but let's just say that this isn't the way things end…

I started this review saying that Max got dumped by a guy. Actually, not just any guy but Hugo Tillman who has decided to come to New York and attend the same university as Max. And when she thought she was over him…

The only way to forget him for god id to have her own Moment. But will this Moment separate or bring them back together?

And then there is Ben, who's head over heels for Max. Will he finally make his move or lose his opportunity with the girl he wants?

An amazingly funny and refreshing book, full of emotions, confesses and everyday facts that happen to almost every teenage girl by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus.


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