[PDF / Epub] ☆ Field Notes on Love Author Jennifer E. Smith – Rvtrek.info

Field Notes on Love Having Just Been Dumped By His Girlfriend, British Born Hugo Is Still Determined To Take His Last Hurrah Before College Train Trip Across The United States One Snag The Companion Ticket Is Already Booked Under The Name Of His Ex, Margaret Campbell Nontransferable, No Exceptions.Enter The New Margaret C Mae For Short , An Aspiring Filmmaker With Big Dreams After Finding Hugo S Spare Ticket Offer Online, She S Convinced It S The Perfect Opportunity To Expand Her Horizons.When The Two Meet, The Attraction Is Undeniable, And Both Find Than They Bargained For As Mae Pushes Hugo To Explore His Dreams For His Future, He Ll Encourage Her To Channel A New, Vulnerable Side Of Her Art But When Life Off The Train Threatens The Bubble They Ve Created For Themselves, Will They Manage To Keep Their Love On Track why did i cry so much while reading this one SO CUTE just what my spring contemporary craving heart needed. 4 stars How adorable was this book Seriously, this was a super cute YA book that I enjoyed a ton Hugo is from England and the youngest of 6 sextuplets wow, amiright so he s never really felt like his own person After graduating high school, he s supposed to take a train ride across America with his girlfriend, Margaret Shortly before the trip, Hugo s girlfriend dumps him, but insists he still go on the trip without her The problem the train tickets and the hotel accommodations are under Margarets name and non transferable and non refundable After trying to change them with no avail, Hugo does the next logical thing He finds someone else by the same full name as Margaret willing to go on the trip with him Mae is from NYC and the same age as Hugo and just got rejected from the film program she wanted so desperately to get in to When she see s Hugo s ad, she thinks maybe this Wasted my time First let me explain about the 2 stars.One star for the unbelievably happy unrealistic young adult romance books perfect characters We all wish for people like these in our lives Another star for those 2 perfect pages on what the book is supposed to be Those pages when Mae actually interviews a woman in the train about life and love Otherwise the rest 99% of the book is pure cheesy, young adult insta love, all over each other, we cannot live without each other kind of stuff till the last page of happily ever after of two 18 year olds who met each other by chance What are the odds Mae is someone who knows what she wants Yet she is in a relationship with someone who she knows she doesn t want to be with at the beginning of the story She is judgemental and pessimistic and really unlikable.And just like that when she knows she is going on a trip she left him just like that With no explanations And then there is Hugo, one of the sextuplets.He wants to be somewhere alone, exploring things, needs to stay away from his siblings for a while and see how life is different apart from being as one of the sextuplets.He gets dumped by his girlfriend at the beginning of the Once again I find myself in awe of the book gods And grateful I was going to pass on this book Last week my head and heart were swimming with indecision on what to read next On a whim, I picked this one up from my read later pile and BOOM I was swept into a beautiful, made my heart thump and flip, romantic read Field Notes on Love is a journey One we all take to discover who we are and what we want to be in this world A path that is different for all of us I am SO happy I jumped aboard It brought back memories and inspired new dreams in me Come see where this journey takes you ALL ABOARD Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E Smith tells the story of two individuals about to set off for college For one, that path is not going as planned and for the other, unfortunately, the plan is going exactly according to plan Both are in need of a detour though Hugo, a charming and adorable British lad, is about to head off to university with his five brothers and sisters Yes, I said FIVE Hugo is a sextuplet Quite famous across the pond actually for that very reason for being in a pack He loves his family, but right now he just wants to see if he can do it on his own It s hard to find yourself when you re always surrounded Hugo is definitely in need of an adventure away from his family But plans for a train trip across America with his girlfriend, Margaret Campbell, have suddenly derailed She dump Rounded up as of 3 18 I was looking forward to reading a new Jennifer E Smith novel, but I didn t expect to love this as much as I did From the cross country train journey, to the personal journeys both Mae and Hugo go on which really resonated with me , I just genuinely fell hard for this story. 3.5 stars I loved how straightforward and pure and lovely the writing and the romance were in this one And the train setting was SO fun Honestly, this was the cutest premise, executed really well. Disclaimer I received this ARC courtesy of Delacorte Press through advanced distribution at YALLFest I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers, but this will not influence my final rating All opinions expressed in this review are my own and based solely on the book I received this book at the Get Underlined tarot card reading session during Yallfest, and I don t think I read my future right We were allowed to pick 2 books out of the 4 that was there, and I immediately snatched up Come Find Me by Megan Miranda cause we know I m Miranda trash However, I flopped over the other 3 on what to pick, and I finally went with this one because the cover was really cute I didn t put it together until much later that it was by Jennifer E Smith, whose The Statistical Probability of Love I really enjoyed This book wasI justit was just so MEH There was not much to it It was justfluff filler fluffy filler I m 200% down for fluff, but it has to have actual things behind the fluff I felt like this book just sat there the entire time, and I just looked at the words, and they tried to make some sense, but they just fell so flat.The entire plot was Hugo and Mae on a tra i wish that this book which takes place nearly in its entirety on a train had trains in it.similarly, i wish that this book, which follows two characters on a cross country trip, felt travel y.i also wish it felt longer and the characters and their relationship felt deeper and less rushed.evidently i wish a lot of things but this was still pretty good.bottom line quick and fluffy i read it in like 3 hours i This epitomised so much of what I love about YA romance It perfectly balanced the fluffy squee moments with a brilliant depth, it had well rounded, fleshed out characters and relationships and a plot I found myself immediately invested in.I ve never been one for instalove I m all about that slow burn romance life but I kinda loved this Sure, it happened quickly but it was so adorable and, for me, the characters logic behind it made it a lot plausible The train setting was so much fun and I loved getting the


About the Author: Jennifer E. Smith

Jennifer E Smith is the author of eight books for young adults, including WINDFALL and THE STATISTICAL PROBABILITY OF LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT She earned her master s degree in creative writing from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, and her writing has been translated into 33 languages.


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