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I was more interested in Boomer and Asha's relationship than Alec and Felicity's. The ongoing theme in this book is miscommunication, or just not communicating at all.
It drove me a little crazy if I'm being honest. First we have the whole mystery of where Felicity's sister disappeared to and why, secrets her mom is keeping, then we have Felicity's best friends not telling her that they are secretly dating, then Felicity assumes all the wrong things about Alec instead of talking to him like a normal person If I'm being honest a lot of the drama felt a little unbelievable and soap opera-ish at times too.
While I didn't end up loving this one nearly as much as the first one, I didn't absolutely hate it either.
I ended up settling on 3 stars because I did enjoy most of the characters. The secondary characters are what ended up making this one for me.
I liked when Felicity finally got things figured out about her sister too. I just didn't feel any chemistry or spark between the main characters so I couldn't get behind the romance side of things.
All opinions are my own. Jan 11, Lexy rated it really liked it. I thought this book was a pretty good book but the first one was better so I going to David 4 star rating.
I don't think I can write a proper review, no matter how much I wish I could, because this book deserves everything and more- just so I can be able to give back some of the happiness it gave me.
This was way too adorable for me to handle. I literally had to put the thing down a few times to be able to calm myself down and focus enough to continue reading.
I really loved book 1- it was such a pleasant surprise cause it exceeded my expectations. But this one, given how closer to my heart it felt I don't think I can write a proper review, no matter how much I wish I could, because this book deserves everything and more- just so I can be able to give back some of the happiness it gave me.
But this one, given how closer to my heart it felt because, duh, it's about Alec! I deeply enjoyed getting into Alec's head along with Felicity, because this was in her pov, obviously.
He was my favorite in book 1 as well and I was over the damn moon when I found that book 2 would have him in focus.
I loved getting to know him better, to get a glimpse both into his personality and into the intricate ways of his life I found the bits about his relationship with his father super interesting, I wish there could have been a bit more depth to it, but I get that it wasn't possible, since this, again, was from Felicity's pov so I'm not going to complain anyway.
Felicity's character was really amazing as well, and she had a whole mess of family drama of her own, and I enjoyed seeing her deal with all the situations thrown her way- both with her family, and her group of friends- in a graceful, but still realistic manner.
She was a character I definitely enjoyed reading about. Also, Asha and Boomer were entertaining side characters although Asha was a bit annoying sometimes.
I'm constantly in awe of Ali Novak's way of writing all kinds of complex relationships and family dynamics. That's one of the aspects that makes this reading experience the richer for me.
Also her characters are incredibly relatable, no matter how "distant" they feel from one's reality. I just love, love, loooooooooooooved this so damn much.
Honestly can't wait to read more. Dec 28, Ambriehl Khalil rated it it was ok. The Heartbreakers is one of my favorite contemporary novels, so when I found out there was a sequel with Alec, I almost freaked.
Alec was my favorite character in the first book and I fell in love with him even more in this one. He is the sweetest man with such great manners and a soft personality.
Felicity was a great partner for him. She's been through a lot when it comes to her family -- enough to sound like a daytime soap opera.
But she still hangs out and fights through. She's very passiona The Heartbreakers is one of my favorite contemporary novels, so when I found out there was a sequel with Alec, I almost freaked.
She's very passionate and educated. Her two best friends, Boomer and Asha, were great sidekicks and comedic humor.
I'll be honest, though. The book isn't the best one every written, nor is it the most realistic. But it's fun and exciting. This series helps you take your mind off the real world and just focus on the fun that all of these amazing characters are having together.
It helps you realize that though your life isn't going the way you'd want it to, you still have your friends who are there to help you through it.
And having fun every now and then and acting like a kid isn't going to hurt anything. I highly recommend this book to any romance or contemporary lovers out there.
This really is one of the best series out there and it needs more love. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Jun 17, Miranda rated it liked it. Paper Hearts was a quick and entertaining book! The characters were all charming and fun to read about.
Some of the antics and drama in this book were a bit silly and hard to believe. I felt like a lot of the things that happened in this book would never actually happen.
However, it was still fun to read it about when I wasn't thinking too hard about how crazy some of the things seemed. It was a fun escape for a fangirl like myself.
This book really focused on Felicity, the main character, and h Paper Hearts was a quick and entertaining book!
Her life was a bit ridiculous at times, but it added some drama to the story. Felicity was a funny and quirky character. I liked how down to earth and determined she was, even when things were going a bit insane.
I liked the coming of age journey she went on and admired her growth throughout the story. There were times I wanted to scream at her, but I did really like her as a whole.
Alec was a shy and adorable character. His quietness was extremely endearing and precious. Alec was a bit of a mystery, which was very alluring, but I still would have liked to get to know a little more about him.
There was a lot of miscommunication in this book. Characters made assumptions and didn't talk things out. A lot of the drama could have been solved quickly if the characters would have communicated!!!
I am forever a boy band lover, so I was basically dying at imagining dating a boy in a band.
I would have liked to see even more of the band in this book, but I still loved the boy band moments that we did have.
I love all the boys, and I want to marry each one of them. The romance in this book was super cute!
I thought Alec and Felicity made a really sweet pair. Overall, this was a fun and quick read. I would recommend this to people who are looking for a fun escape.
Rating: 3. We got to attend a couple of black-tie affairs, as well as go on a road trip, which is always a good idea. In-between, there was some physical and soul searching, some uncovering of secrets, and some fun with the rest of the Heartbreakers.
Feb 15, Taylor rated it it was amazing. Ali Novak continues to enchance us in this sequel!!!! I am completely over taken with the mood of this book and am continuously connected phrases from the book to my life!
Suddently, all I want is a romance with a comfortable yet intriguing silence! Every chapter, an exciting one or not, keeps you on the edge of your seat.
I didn't think it was possible, but Ali Novak has topped the first book with this amazing sequel!! Aug 01, Kira Simion marked it as to-read Shelves: gift-or-won.
I won this in a giveaway from Gabby from her blog What's Beyond Forks! Thank you so much Gabby! Nov 22, Tangled N Books rated it it was amazing.
Sweet cute teenage romance. Jun 17, Gabby rated it liked it Shelves: read-in , netgalley. Paper Hearts, the second book in the Heartbreaker chronicles, is a quick, cute and fun summer read.
It's a fun contemporary, with road trips, music and a solid friendship group. Despite that, sometimes the cliches got too much.
Not too mention that when the truth behind the big mystery was a bit of a disappointment. But, overall, it was a good read, I enjoyed it and will continue on with the Heartbreaker chronicles!
Loved this. Even more than Heartbreakers. So Alec is totally my favorite character in all of ever well, maybe not, but he is the silent and broody type and I'm totally in love.
I would happily read another novel about him and Felicity. This was adorable, and even if the next novel in this series has nothing to do with the two of them, I really hope it features them at some point.
Kind of like how we did see some of Oliver and Stella in this one. In short, definitely going to read more by Ali Nov Loved this.
In short, definitely going to read more by Ali Novak. And I hope to find some Alec Williams fanfiction somewhere, because I need that in my life.
Mar 21, Sophia rated it it was ok. The ending was underwhelming, her personality is dull, and the love interest is too quick to please the main character.
Barely better than the first book. The Heartbreakers had been a very cute and quick read for me. Not only had I thought all of the characters were adorable with their own little quirks, but I wanted more about everyone.
Sadly, Paper Hearts doesn't go much further into the Heartbreakers' world like I wanted this sequel to. Instead, we're mainly focusing on this new character and her soap-opera-esque life.
Now, usually I'm down with a lil' cliche or unrealism. My problem with the plot and drama in Paper Hearts is that most of these The Heartbreakers had been a very cute and quick read for me.
My problem with the plot and drama in Paper Hearts is that most of these cliche plot devices could've easily been solved with proper communication.
Having a chick meet a celebrity then take a road trip to find her long lost sister? That's fine! Having a chick make assumptions based off misinterpreted conversations and clues?
That's not fine! I'm sad to say I didn't enjoy this one as much as its predecessor. I do recommend reading the Heartbreakers though.
Complete review will be posted June 27, Youtube Blog Tumblr Goodreads Felicity meets boy band-er Alec at a charity ball and is instantly smitten.
Then Felicity finds out that her mother has been hiding letters from her for the past four years. These letters are from her sister who she thought was missing.
Felicity decides to go on a road trip to find her sister and Alec drives her. Over the course of the short trip they fall in love but Felicity is worried that she can't trust someone as famous as Alec.
Jul 16, Angelica rated it liked it Shelves: release , reviewed , romance , cheese-sandwich , three-star , read , contemporary. Real Rating: 2.
So, as you can imagine, I did not know who the Heartbreakers were or what had happened before Felicity showed up.
That said, all of my opinions come from reading this book alone. Now, to the review. I recently read a book, Songs About a Girl , by Chris Russell, a book with the same basic premise as this one.
I was bored out of my mind, it dragged, and it was almost pages. Ok, so admittedly, I went into this book without having read its predecessor, The Heartbreakers.
I recently read a book, Songs About a Girl, by Chris Russell, a book with the same basic premise as this one. This book, thank goodness, was better than that.
For starters, I enjoyed it more and was less prone to skimming through the latter half. My main problem with this novel is that it uses a lot of the common tropes we see in YA contemporaries.
When they are handled by an expert writer, someone whose work completely engages you, I will completely overlook them.
Sadly, this was not one of those cases. One of those tropes here, one of my least favorites, was the lack communication. Why is talking so hard?
Why can we not live in a world where people can just tell each other what they think and how they feel. Had Felicity and Alec spent some time having a couple of conversations, I do not doubt that a lot of things could have been resolved.
It was a bit too forced. A bit too cliche. A bit too insta-love. Is one road trip all it takes to fall in love? I clearly need to be taking more road trips because authors seem to think that they are the ultimate match makers.
Still, I must admit that despite the issues I had, I was entertained. It was a quick read and I had a fairly good time reading it.
I like it, I guess, but I really wish I would have loved it. Please Note: I received an advanced reader's copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This did not influence the opinion of my review in any way. Isn't it fun to think of what would happen if you actually got to meet a famous musician like Harry Styles or Shawn Mendes or John Travolta or Michael Jackson in their prime for someone my age!
Are heartthrobs actually like regular people, or are they impossibly full of themselves? That's the premise for Paper Hearts, by Ali Novak.
This is Please Note: I received an advanced reader's copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is a fun, sweet romance that was hard to put down.
I enjoyed the characters, situations, and the romance. What was even better was that I didn't even realize until halfway through reading it that this is part two of a series!
I think it's a sign of good writing when you can jump in with any book in a series and not be confused.
There were hints about other characters that make me want to go to the first book and read more. What I Liked: Characters: Felicity is a hard-working teen.
She makes good grades, works part-time to save up for college, and even does volunteering to look good on her college applications.
Since her dad left, and her sister ran away, her mom has had to struggle, so Felicity is very aware of how much things cost and is careful about money.
She definitely has her feet on the ground. I really liked Felicity and appreciated that she was so hyper-aware about money.
This was so realistic! The film follows Charlyne as she embarks on a quest across America to make a documentary about a subject she does not understand: love.
As she and her good friend and director Nick search for answers and advice about love, Charlyne talks with friends, strangers, scientists, bikers, romance novelists, and children.
They each offer diverse views on modern romance, as well as various answers to the age-old question: does true love really exist?
Shortly after filming begins, Charlyne meets a boy after her own heart: Michael Cera. As their relationship develops on camera, her pursuit to discover the nature of love takes on a fresh new urgency.
Roger Ebert gave the film 3 out of 4 stars. Alden Penner was the producer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film.
For the X-Files episode, see Paper Hearts. For other uses, see Paper Heart.
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