March 6, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday (13)


Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine where bloggers feature upcoming book releases that they're looking forward to.

This week I'm eagerly anticipating...



How I Lost You
by Janet Gurtler


Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Release Date: May 1, 2013

Synopsis (from Goodreads):
There are a few things Grace Anderson knows for sure. One is that nothing will ever come between her and her best friend, Kya Kessler. They have a pact. Buds Before Studs. Sisters Before Misters. But in the summer before senior year, life throws out challenges they never expected. And suddenly the person who's always been there starts to need the favor returned. Grace and Kya are forced to question how much a best friend can forgive. And the answer is not what they expected.

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I really enjoy Janet Gurtler's books -- they have such a great mixture of family, friends, and romance that, to me, make a great contemporary book. I love friendship books, and this one sounds intriguing!

11 comments:

  1. I'm so sad to see that the conflict is between two best friends-you need your best friend and I'm already rooting for them to be able to resolve their problems.

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    1. BFF stories are definitely always interesting.

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  2. Oh, nice pick! I've only read one other Janet Gurtler book and it was really good. :) I like the idea of this story, with two friends ... I'll have to look out for it!

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  3. These are all such cute books and I like that the covers go together, with the big circle and all. And a great find -- good friend stories can be hard to find!

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    1. Yes, there should be more friendship stories!

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  4. I've only read one of Janet's books, but I did love it. I should definitely add this to my TBR. Great pick!

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  5. I should read more of Janet Gurtler's books. I've only read one, but it seems to be the one people regard as her weakest.

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    1. I generally really enjoy them... I like her style.

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  6. I hope you like it!!
    I read this author once before but I didn't click with it, but I've been meaning to try her books again.

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  7. I haven't heard of this one before. Sounds interesting! Thanks for stopping by my WOW (and sorry it took so long to check out yours) :)

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    1. Oh gosh, no worries! I always respond to people, but it takes me FOREVER to do so. :/

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