Love? Maybe.

Love? Maybe.

Heather Hepler / Aug 18, 2019

Love Maybe Just because Piper s birthday is on Valentine s Day does not mean she s a romantic In fact after watching her father and then her stepfather leave she s pretty sure she doesn t believe in love at al

  • Title: Love? Maybe.
  • Author: Heather Hepler
  • ISBN: 9780142423868
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • Just because Piper s birthday is on Valentine s Day does not mean she s a romantic In fact, after watching her father and then her stepfather leave, she s pretty sure she doesn t believe in love at all Then her friends concoct a plan to find them all Valentine s dates, and somehow Piper finds herself with the most popular guy in school But true love never follows a planJust because Piper s birthday is on Valentine s Day does not mean she s a romantic In fact, after watching her father and then her stepfather leave, she s pretty sure she doesn t believe in love at all Then her friends concoct a plan to find them all Valentine s dates, and somehow Piper finds herself with the most popular guy in school But true love never follows a plan, and a string of heartfelt gifts from a secret admirer has Piper wondering if shemight be with the wrong guy In this heartwarming romance, true love is than a

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      • Heather Hepler

        I was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, which I think is one of the cooler places to be born, because initially people think I m being funny like I m saying I was born on the moon, but then they see I m actually being serious It feels like since then I ve lived nearly everywhere well, only in the US which is a bummer because I want to travel so much In high school, I was in band and honors society and science club and worked on the school newspaper All this in Texas where football was king and cheerleaders were the school royalty When people ask me what I remember about middle school and high school, I stand there for several seconds not saying anything This isn t because I can t remember anything, but because I remember too many things and I can t figure out what to say out loud.I spent the first part of college in Alaska, which was amazing The first time I saw Northern Lights, I thought I was imagining it I just couldn t get my head around the idea that something so beautiful existed in the real world That s when I first started writing This was my bad poetry phase I think it was the combination of living there with long very cold winters and being in love with a guy that barely knew I existed that made me do it People ask me all the time if I write poetry I wish I could and maybe I will someday, but for now I am firmly a fiction writer.


    1. Piper was born on Valentine's Day. She used to love the holiday and her birthday, but since the second divorces of her mothert so much. She just doesn't believe that real love actually could exist. All she has to do is take a look at how her mother is still in love with her ex husband even though he has moved on and has another girlfriend. Or how about how one of her best friends who just got dumped by her boyfriend of the past year. If she still thinks love is possible she just needs to look ne [...]

    2. Love? Maybe didn't really turn out the way I'd expected. [Mild spoilers warning.]The beginning was pretty interesting, as it showed how hectic Piper's life was on a daily basis, but then it kind of slacked off, I guess. The more I read of this book, the more I didn't seem to learn something new. So she has, what? Three fathers in all now? And her relationship with two of them hardly changed? The whole Charlie Incident was so predictable.I was also getting pretty annoyed with Claire and Jillian, [...]

    3. It was light and fluffy but not fun and romantic. It's not the kind of story that I'll be rereading when Happy Hearts' Day comes around - it was sorely lacking in the romance department. The main character was as interesting as a piece of cardboard. Her "secret admirer" wasn't much of a secret, rather, he was as transparent as formaldehyde. And the storyline was capital P-R-E-D-I-C-T-A-B-L-E.A part of me died from the boredom.  The author might've been trying to deliver an enlightening message [...]

    4. It was a cute story but I think it was made for a younger audience. I mean I like wholesome books but this was too wholesome --- to the point of becoming boring. Piper Paisley is a typical love and romance cynic as the result of her mother's two failed relationship. It also doesn't help that her birthday is on Valentine's day and that she works at a chocolate shop. Her friends Claire and Jillian want to cure her of her indifference and set up a plan to use a love potion to get them dates. Predic [...]

    5. This was a decent read. I will admit it was nothing special. I can definitely see why the MC had trouble wanting to find love. With that kind of drama I wouldn't either. Thankfully by the end she was able to change her mind.

    6. Relatable and more enjoyable than I thought it would be. I was happily surprised! ;-) <3 More of a review to come.

    7. After reading The Cupcake Queen, I knew I had to get my hands on a copy of Heather Hepler’s new book. Lucky for me I didn’t have to wait long time. I loved this book.Piper doesn’t believe in love. Why would she? Two of the men in her life she trusted the most left her behind. First, her father, and then her stepfather. It doesn’t seem to help that her birthday is on Valentine’s Day either. Piper is a strong main character. She is kind, sweet, caring and sometimes stubborn. I loved Pipe [...]

    8. The best part about this book was that it was clean!! It is hard to find clean teen books. It was thought provoking in a lot of ways. The main character is having to deal with her mother's two divorces and her half brother and sister. I don't like how it implies you have to have a boyfriend but books like this also show a lot about how unhealthy a lot of teen relationships really are.

    9. a fast, cute read. the characters were diverse, Piper's younger siblings were fun, but I could have done with a little less of Piper's friend Jillian.

    10. This book is really good it’s about how a girl doesn’t like valentines and how everything that happens on that day is dumb

    11. Just because you are born on Valentines Day doesn't mean you fantasize over romance. Piper can relate to that in every way possible. Instead of witnessing beautiful relationships she ends up seeing the most ugliest breakups. Her mother still can't get over her second ex-husband AKA Piper's step-father. Every time her eyes fall on him her heart skips a beat but every time Piper see's him her eyes fill with rage. Piper also has witnessed how heartbroken her friend Claire gets when her boyfriend do [...]

    12. 2.5 starsOverall, this was a cute read that left me feeling happy at the end (which was why I rounded up instead of down). Piper, our heroine, is a super responsible 16? 17? (idk, we were never told how old she was or what grade she was in) year old. Her mom's a single mother who owns her own business, so a lot of the daily household and parenting duties (to her two young siblings) falls on her shoulders. After her father and stepfather both bailed on her life, she's cynical and jaded when it co [...]

    13. If someone could recommend me a good young adult bookwithouta slow beginning, I would love you.Before you read the review, let me just say that this was like a worse version of Sarah Dessen's This Lullaby. Go ahead and check that out.This book had a lot of potential.I didn't have too much of a problem with the plot, but I had some issues with the way it was written. I couldn't help but notice how choppy the sentences were. Almost all the sentences started with the same pronoun, and they switched [...]

    14. Underrated. That is the adjective that I decided best fits this novel. It deserves way more attention than it has gotten. I really enjoyed this story! Mostly because I loved the main character. And all the supporting characters. And all the characters that were mentioned for about two seconds. Everything about this book is just really likable. It is one of those books that you feel good reading, that you want to keep reading because the environment is like a hug. Even when things aren't so perfe [...]

    15. Love? MaybePenguin Group, 2012267 Pages$16.99Heather Helper ISBN 978-0-8037-3721-1Piper's birthday is on Valentine's Day, the day that's just like any other day to Piper. When one of her best friends, Claire, got her heart broken a couple weeks before Valentine's Day, her other best friend, Jillian, came up with a crazy plan to cheer her up and Piper can't do anything except for going along. Piper starts to date one of the most popular guys at school, Ben Donovan. Ben is practically her dream bo [...]

    16. 9/24/15Love? Maybe.By Heather HeplerPiper always told herself that she doesn't want to date, until the most popular guy in school started falling for her, and even before she gives him the love potion. She is always thinking what other girls would do if they were in her situation, getting asked out by Ben Donovan the most popular/hottest guy in school. I have only read half the book at this point but I think that this book is slightly romantic, because she doesn't care for having a boyfriend and [...]

    17. I was thrilled to find this book and to discover that it's totally clean!! No language; no intimate scenes; no violence. A great YA read, in my opinion.Piper has two younger half siblings and has the responsibility to care for them during the busy season of her mom's floral shop. She's also trying to hold down a job at a candy store, keep her grades up, perform well on the swim team, and focus on her friend's plan--a way for the three of them to ensure they have a valentine this year. Since Pipe [...]

    18. All in all I found the novel to be a cute, light-hearted story, which is sure to entrain readers, and hopefully bring a little hope to those who doubt the institution of love. Piper and her friends make Valentine’s an exciting and humorous adventure as they creatively pursue their “ideal” love interests. And while I’d have loved to see a more developed relationship between Piper and her father I thought the cast of characters was unique and totally love-able. Helper’s writing style is [...]

    19. "Valentine’s Day is just a capitalist scam, designed to make people currently in a relationship spend unnecessary money in a fruitless attempt to ensure undying love and devotion. For those of us not in a relationship, Valentine’s Day is simply added pressure to identify ourselves within the context of a romantic relationship, whipping us into a frenzy that only the presence of our soul mates can relieve."This should be perfect for Valentines Day, but sadly Valentines day already passed when [...]

    20. Just because Piper's birthday is on Valentine's Day doesn't mean she's a romantic. Actually, after witnessing her mother's two divorces and her best friend's messy breakup, Piper doesn't even believe in love. But even though Piper has given up hope her friends haven't. Jillian concocts crazy plans to bring the three of them perfect dates for Valentine's Day, and Piper goes along for the sake of friendship and to try and heal Claire's broken heart. But it's Piper's heart that is healed, and Piper [...]

    21. This was a really sweet read. I can't imagine being born on Valentine's Day. I never cared for it much in high school either, but it was fun to follow Piper along as her birthday approached. I loved her cynicism and her wit. It made for a very fun read.I thought this had a great cast of characters. They all had their own personality, not blending together. I really liked Charlie. He was good with the little devils (they sure did seem like devils even if they are just kids) and he even liked them [...]

    22. I thought that this book was a sweet love story that deviated from the regular boy meets girl scenario. I really loved it because it shows you Piper's daily life with her siblings, and her father, and her stepfather, and her mother. Also, Piper working at the candy store also made me interested in this book. I was interested by the fact that Jan, the owner of the store comes up with unusual candy flavors, and that he is such a good mentor to Piper, and he is supportive when Piper needs help with [...]

    23. 2.5If I can be honest, I found this book kind of boring. Too much description/inner dialogue and totally not enough interaction between Charlie and Piper. The whole thing was so anti-climatic. I kept reading thinking there was going to be some "big moment" or some "big revelation." Nope. Just really flat. I think this book is what driving across Nebraska is like. :) If you like "flat" books then this is the book for you!I will say though it was very clean and no swearing which is nice!!

    24. I read this book as a sequel to The cupcake queen but unlike some series this book had nothing to do with the other one. I enjoyed reading this because it didnt just focus on the main characters life it brought in a bunch of other characters. This book can be confusing at first but it overall is great.

    25. Love? Maybe by Heather Hepler is a wonderful novel. As the main character Piper and her friends go through some extremes so their not lonely on Valentine's Day they run into a few issues. How will they do it? How will they get a valentine in only a few weeks? In my opinion this book was very entertaining and shows the emotion of what it's like to have feelings for someone as a teenageer.

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