Book Review: This is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith

June 26, 2013 at 9:07 am Leave a comment

ThisIsWhatHappyLooksLike“When he kissed her, it was like the answer to the question. It was the only thing she needed to know.”

When an email typo connects Graham and Ellie, they just can’t seem to stop contacting each other. A mysterious stranger on the other side of the country who you may never meet but who seems to understand you better than anyone? Who could give that up? But when their paths cross in real life, will the secrets they’ve been hiding keep them apart just when they should be getting closer than ever?

My review:
This is an absolutely perfect summer read. It’s a sweet romance that (unlike so many other books) doesn’t rely on the dark and brooding guy or the girl who needs to be rescued. They both may have secrets, but they kept them for good reason. They still like each other and want to try to be together in spite of the fact that they both know a summer romance can’t last forever. (Or can it?) Check out This is What Happy Looks Like and let it make you happy this summer!

Reviewed by:
Katie Clark, Teen Librarian

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