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kindle ☆ How Hard Can Love Be Kindle Edition read î ➼ [Reading] ➾ How Hard Can Love Be? By Holly Bourne ➱ – Gwairsoft.co.uk All Amber wants is a little bit of love Her mum has never been the caring type even before she moved to California got remarried and had a personality transplant But Amber's hopiAll Amber wants is a little bit of love Her mum has never been the caring type even before she moved to California got remarried and had a person 1 Am I Normal Yet ★★★★★2 How Hard Can Love Be? ★★★★★3 What's A Girl Gotta Do? ★★★★★ And A Happy New Year? ★★★★5 WELL THAT WAS ADORABLE

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Nt Can he really be interested in anti cheerleader Amber? Even with best friends Evie and Lottie's advice there's no escaping the fact love is ha Ooh this was so lovely It was adorable funny heartwarming breaking had a wonderful cast of character and delved into topics not always discussed in YA AND it was set in a US summer camp What could you want? I absolutely love the way Holly Bourne writes Her writing style is so easy and comfortable to read I always find myself flying through her books and How Hard Can Love Be? was no exception to that I loved all of the characters I kinda hate myself for essentially going against everything the spinster club stands for he was utterly adorable and perfectly imperfect which was so annoying that it wasn't even annoying this sentence makes sense to me okay? I adored Amber's character she was feisty vulnerable insecure and confident all at the same time She was a well rounded imperfect human being and although she was a little irritating at times I almost liked her even for it The topics discussed alcoholism family break ups first love etc were really great to read about and I thought Holly approached them in a very accessible way I loved the relationships portrayed not just between Kyle and Amber but also Amber's friendships both old and new although I'm really hoping that Whinnie isn't totally forgotten by Amber I loved her and her wonderful philosophies My only issue with this book was the occasional comment from characters or descriptions I wasn't the biggest fan of For example there were a few occasions of ableist language and discussion of race but from what I can remember it wasn't an overwhelming amount but I was so caught up on the story I'm 100% aware I may have not picked up on everything Am I Normal Yet? was one of my favourites when I first read it for so many reasons and I'd been putting this off because I was worried that it would disappoint me in comparison but it didn't at all In fact I loved it for so many totally different reasons It wasn't so difficult or heavy for me to read and it combined so many things I love in a book give me all the US road trip and summer camp narratives please If you're looking for a highly adorable funny contemporary with depth and discussion How Hard Can Love Be? is definitely one I'd recommend

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How Hard Can Love Be Ality transplant But Amber's hoping that spending the summer with her can change all thatAnd then there's prom king Kyle the guy all the girls wa 45 stars When I want to read a book and be guaranteed zero disappointment I go for Holly Bourne’s books That’s how much I trust her and I’m glad my trust is in the right place How Hard Can Love Be is the second installment of the Spinster Club Series following I Am Normal Yet which I really loved This time the story focuses on Amber the tallest and angriest of the three friends the girl who relegates herself as the cast aside sidekick to her beautiful friends as she visits California all the way from her UK hometown in the hopes of reconciling with her mother who has left her for two years without a word But things don’t go according to her plan as she meets this perfect All American Golden Boy named Kyle and she starts uestioning her loyalty to her feminist club because she might be falling in love Soon she realizes how hard can love really be This book like the first covers a lot of issues involving alcoholism resulting to abandonment issues of course feminism and essentially gender euality And let us not forget the endless references to Harry Potter and the endless humor That’s what I really love about the author’s writing How she could write serious issues in such a light funny manner “ I learned a lesson about not judging people until you’ve found out whether or not they’ve read Harry Potter” LolI wish I could join the Spinster Club even though I am happily married because I wholeheartedly agree with a lot of the three girls’ logic I think this is the true meaning of feminism everything that is printed in this book because I think a lot of people mistake feminism as anything that shuns men’s vital role in women’s livesLike when a book ends up with a girl being happy with a guy as is the case with this book these people would rant and hate and say it’s patriarchy all over again I don’t mean to offend but I just find it uite unfair I mean I turned out happy with a guy but that does not mean I’m a lesser person for it That doesn’t mean I am no longer a feminist because to tell you the cliche ish truth my husband brings out the best in me and I in him We just truly complement each other We share eual responsibilities at home We take turns with the laundry and the dishes He cooks most of the time because he’s the better cook I’m in charge of folding the clothes because I’m precise With the baby I was not sleep deprived because we took shifts during the first two months when our baby still didn’t have the normal sleep pattern I could go on and on but you get what I mean “I think there’s like a gender stereotype The Nice Guy you know? Girls are so judgmental about it If you’re a nice guy you’re basically bland and boring and they don’t want to be with you They say ‘I love bad boys’ and then look really proud of themselves for falling for people they know are douches”“I’ve always thought there’s a reverse sexism thing going on with films like that Essentially you can get away with doing ‘romantic’ but totally freaky stalkery gestures for a girl if you’re considered conventionally good looking It’s like girls only let you be abusive and strange if you have a six pack and really good bone structure” “As long as you have green eyes and a ‘crooked grin’ you can be as creepy as you like Girls are totally double standardy You get all het up if we dare to judge you on appearances But then you do exactly the same to us” This book really gets it and I hope readers would give this a chance and understand what it really means to be a feminist by relating it to the concept of gender euality Because why does it have to be wrong for a girl to be happy because of a guy when he is also happy because of her? At the end of the day feminism gender euality and all these other concepts exist because we aim for usually these three important things in life happiness love and doing the right thing even if achieving them would mean getting hurt and risking ourselves in the process “Failure is never getting hurt Because that means you’ve not done anything you cared about” “Why do something you know will end up hurting you?” Because it’s the right thing to do Because it’s living Because it’s the only way you grow and change” Okay okay I’ll stop now before I end up uoting the entire book But again hats off for the brilliance that is Ms Bourne I am so looking forward to the third book of this series