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Love, Life, and the List

By Rachel Sarah, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Sweet contemporary romance about finding yourself.

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Some parents will like how tame this story is (no swearing, no sex), and teens will like the protagonist's quick self-deprecation. The scenes are quite light at times with low stakes, so this is definitely a fast and fun read. The best part is seeing Abby's growth as an artist and her process of working through her creative blocks. The love interest, Cooper, sometimes comes across as clueless, but in the end, Abby's sense of humor carries the novel.

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