This Is What Happy Looks Like

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When a young movie star accidentally sends a small-town girl an email about his pet pig, the two teens strike up a witty correspondence during which they share their views on everything without revealing their actual identities, an episode that causes a relationship to develop which ultimately transforms when the actor chooses the girl’s hometown for the setting of his latest film. 75,000 first printing. (c)goodreads

TITLE: This Is What Happy Looks Like
AUTHOR: Jennifer E. Smith
Publication Date: April 02, 2013
Genres: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary

This book by Jennifer E. Smith was such a sweet, heartwarming and very wholesome read. As a true hopeless romantic, the story really made my heart flutter. The ooey gooey atmosphere that brings to you while reading this is enough to lighten your day or enjoy a summer vacation or even made you smile effortlessly through a cold rainy day.

It wasn’t perfect. It’s not even unique. It’s cliche and let’s admit it, we love cliche, right? The cuteness and swoon-worthiness make it up for the flaws. And since it’s a light read, one can easily relate to especially if you are hopeless romantics.

This is What Happy Looks Like is a book I recommend to all hopeless romantics out there! maybe this is a story you’re not really expecting but hey! i know you’re sucker for romance so give it a shot! slightsmile emoticon And for those who in need of a quick and light read, this book is really for you. slightsmile emoticon

My rating:

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Moks

Another four-eyed girl who spends a lot of her time reading, fangirling and having a conversation with herself.

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