Sunday, November 19, 2017


Rating: 2.5/5 stars

I only picked this book up because I wanted something cute and fluffy to read while on vacation at the beach, and that’s what I got. (This cover is awful though.)

Ten Things We Did (And Probably Shouldn’t Have) is about April and Vi, two teenagers who end up living alone for a year, and all the shenanigans they experience while being parent-free. They pretty much did whatever you can imagine: they hosted parties and invited boys over and drank lots of booze and bought a hot tub. I do wonder how realistic this story was because I wouldn’t have done half this stuff as a teenager. But I guess everyone is different. . . .

I did not agree with all the teenage sex that happened. I kind of wish the girls had been more responsible and set a better example for younger readers. But at least the ending of the story had a good message and moral to it, and I feel like April and Vi learned from their mistakes.

Overall this isn’t a book I would normally choose to read, and I won’t reread it, but it was a good time while it lasted and there were lots of humorous moments in it.

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