[ Read Pdf ] Wesley James Ruined My LifeAuthor Jennifer Honeybourn – Z55z.co

Coworker, childhood friend, and worst enemy the changing dynamics of friendship and mayberelationship are front and center in this charming debut novel with equal amounts of wit and heart Quinn is having a rough summer Her beloved grandmother has been put into a nursing home, her dad s gambling addiction has flared back up, and now her worst enemy is back in town Wesley James, former childhood friend and life ruiner So when Wesley is hired to work with her at Tudor Tymes, a medieval England themed restaurant, the last thing Quinn s going to do is forgive and forget She s determined to remove him from her life and even the score for once and for all by getting him fired But getting rid of Wesley isn t as easy as she d hoped When Quinn finds herself falling for him, she has to decide what she wants to get even, or to get the boy Wesley James Ruined My Life is an engaging romp through rivalry and restaurants from debut author Jennifer Honeybourn and chosen by readers like you for Macmillan s young adult imprint Swoon Reads Praise for Wesley James Ruined My Life An easy, breezy, fun read VOYA The book s even pacing will entice teens from the start and keep them reading this is a pitch perfect quirky summer romance School Library Journal The writing is excellent, pacing spot on, and main character s voice is sweet and funny Lisa Buscemi Reiss, reader on SwoonReads


9 thoughts on “Wesley James Ruined My Life

  1. Tilvy11 Tilvy11 says:

    La storia di Quinn, la protagonista, e il terribile almeno dal titolo Wesley, davvero deliziosa Quinn attribuisce all ex amico lo sfaldamento della sua famiglia, non rendendosi conto che le cose sarebbero andate nello stesso modo anche senza di lui Entrambi sono bei personaggi, realistici in quanto non perfetti Sono due adolescenti che hanno dei sogni, e che lottano per realizzarli Quinn non perfetta, anzi far tanti errori nel corso della storia, ma, ed quello che mi piaciuto di pi , ama Ama la nonna, che ormai non la riconosce pi , ama il pap , perso nel vizio nel gioco E ovviamente arriver ad amare anche Wesley Davvero una lettura piacevole Spero l autrice pubblichi altro Consigliatissimo


  2. MK MK says:

    This debut was everything I was hoping for in a summer read voice y, witty, and swoony, but with depth I always appreciate Quinn s summer is becoming quite a mess her grandmother is suffering from Alzheimer s, her father has gambling addiction that s costing him a lot than money, she s lost her shot at a band trip to England, and her friend turned nemisis, Wesley James, is back in Seattle after years spent in Portland Quinn makes it her mission to punish Wesley for a mistake he made years before, but along the way, she starts to realize that maybe she doesn t hate him quite as much as she d like Quinn and Welsey have fantastic banter and flirty chemistry, but their relationship is deeper than that, too, and I loved watching it rekindle, and then develop into I also loved this story s setting Seattle and, specifically, Quinn and Wesley s workplace, Tudor Tymes, which is full of charm and ridiculousness Pick this one up in a few weeks if you re looking for a fun, smart, romantic poolside read.


  3. Chubby Bookworm Chubby Bookworm says:

    I loved this novel However, the cover does not fit the story at all There are only two short scenes with a food truck and the truck is white Also, Wesley has blonde hair but maybe the guy on the cover is supposed to be someone else The book was a fun and fast read I read it in about a night Quinn isn t always a likable main character but she grows The enemies to friends or aspect is adorable I m glad I read this one even if the story doesn t fit the cover at all.Rating PG 13 profanity, underage drinking, kisses but no .


  4. MAM MAM says:

    I can t even put into words how happy this book made my heart As a former clarinet player, as a former high schooler whose grandma suffered with Alzheimer s, I identified so hard with Quinn Everything about it was incredibly relatable Not only was the setting adorable who doesn t love a medieval themed restaurant but each character was fleshed out in a completely natural way Watching Wesley and Quinn s love to hate to love relationship and all of the obstacles that come along with it was truly a joy I gobbled it up in one sitting.


  5. Makenna Makenna says:

    Maybe of a 4.5 5This is the perfect kind of book for when I am in a reading slump Were there some problems Yes, I definitely got a little irritated at some points because of how hell bent Quinn was on getting her revenge, and there were a few times when it felt like things were resolved a little too easily, but overall I thought it was a fun read, and like I said before, it was the perfect kind of book for when I am in a reading slump.


  6. Emily Peterson Emily Peterson says:

    I really enjoyed this story I m glad Quinn came around and decided that Wesley was actually a good guy And I m sad that Caleb turned out to be a creep One thing I could have done without was thrilled half dozen times the author just inserted a line of punctuation Is fine when you re texting someone maybe not so much in the middle of your narrative Overall, I really enjoyed this book, punctuation issues aside.


  7. Brittany Brittany says:

    This was a sweet and cleaning and adult book The main character is very authentic there are several moments I thought I was right there in the story with her.If you re looking for a happy ending you get it with this book.


  8. Cori McGowen Cori McGowen says:

    A very cute, innocent YA romance I fell in love with Wesley, he was adorable I was a little frustrated and confused as to how Quinn could possibly blame her families demise on him But I guess she just needed someone else to blame


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    I finished the book in two datos, ir was fantastic.A cure love story where everything leads to forgive and move on While in the middle, se enjoy the misadventures and mischivieus plots of a not so classic heroine