• Splintered - AG HowardSplintered
  • A Matter of Fate - Heather Lyons
  •  inescapable - amy a bartol
  •  graceling - kristin cashore
  •  someone to love - addison moore
  •  breaking beautiful - jennifer shaw wolf
  •  the perfect game - j sterling
  •  the edge of never - ja redmerski
  •  independence - shelly crane

Friday, March 15, 2013

{Review & Giveaway} 3 Sides to a Circle by Jolene Perry & Janna Watts










3 Sides to a Circle
by Jolene Perry & Janna Watts
Pages: 205
Source: e-book provided by author via YA Bound for review
Available as of February 25, 2013
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Love is the ultimate rush.

Freshman year of college isn't easy. But with a friend like Libby Patterson, it is unforgettable.

Libby is honest and fearless and adorable. She's the girl on campus that everyone knows. The life of every party. Infectious and addictive, Libby captivates all those around her. Particularly her roommate Honor and their boy bestie Toby.

But three isn't always a magic number. And there's more to this trio than what everyone sees.

When Honor finds herself falling for an artist, and Libby doesn’t approve, and Toby finds himself watching Libby more than he should...the sides of their circle become strained.

The three are suddenly stretched between friendship, love and taking sides. They must fight to hold on to each other. But the tighter the hold, the harder it gets. Especially when Libby's unpredictability turns dangerous. Now it's up to Honor and Toby to save her from the downward spiral that could break their circle for good.




Funny and adorable are two words that I would use to describe 3 Sides to a Circle. The content was unexpected, but the characters were so easy to fall in love with.

A new home where nobody knows her and what she does is all Honor wanted. She didn't ask for the crazy roommate who happens to know just about everyone on campus and she certainly didn't ask to fall in love or to have two amazing best friends. What will it take for Honor to figure our her place in the world?

The character in this unforgettable story each had their own quirks. Libby was this eccentric ball of excitement that bounced off the walls. Honor was a quite, shy girl who was unsure of her beauty, future and her place in front of the camera. Toby was a riot when reading from his point of view. He got these ideas of what it would be like to be with Libby or Honor, even both, that would cause him to make a situation awkward.

I really enjoyed this book because of the dynamic between Libby, Honor, and Toby. It was interesting to say the least. I love that we got to see it from both Honor and Toby's points of view, but I would have been in heaven if Libby had a voice as well. The only thing about 3 Sides to a Circle that really bothered me was the scene/location changes. They weren't well defined, but I wasn't reading from a finished copy.

Overall, 3 Sides to a Circle was a fun read that kept me on my toes begging for more. If you want to read a fun New Adult book that blurs the lines of friendship, pick this up. I promise you won't regret it!!


Jolene wears juvenile T-shirts, worn-out Chucks, and eats too much chocolate. She makes up words, drinks Shirley Temples, and suffocates a little without her iPod.

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Janna wears juvenile pajama pants, worn-out Chucks, and wakes up ridiculously early. Pen name abuser. Rule Breaker. Trouble maker. Corrupter of youth. In books.

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FTC Disclosure:  I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion.  

2 comments:

the_bosix said...

Thank you for sharing Emily! I'm going to try this book out, but I need to ask- is there a love triangle? I have always had problems with them and I better keep away from them.
I'm a glutton for Contemporaries and I'd love to read this, especially if it's so short.

Sheena-kay Graham said...

Jolene Perry writes wonderful contemporary romance. 3 sides sounds like a great novel, glad you liked it.

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