Friday, June 9, 2017
Once and For All by Sarah Dessen
Louna is nearly as jaded about love as her mother who owns a wedding planning business with her best friend. She doesn't believe there is a happily-ever-after out there for her. So when happy-go-lucky serial dater Ambrose starts working at the wedding business, he annoys her endlessly. They make a bet that he can't stay monogamous for seven weeks while she won't be able to date serially for seven weeks.
This is typical Sarah Dessen. You have the guarded and wounded girl who is healed through time spent with caring friends and a boy who understands her. The only thing that is slightly different is her good relationship with her mother as a lot of times in Sarah Dessen books the girl is also at odds with her parents. I would recommend this to readers of Deb Caletti and Jennifer E. Smith.