How Hard Can Love Be?

How Hard Can Love Be?

Holly Bourne / Sep 18, 2019

How Hard Can Love Be All Amber wants is a little bit of love Her mum has never been the caring type even before she moved to California got remarried and had a personality transplant But Amber s hoping that spending the

  • Title: How Hard Can Love Be?
  • Author: Holly Bourne
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  • Page: 397
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  • All Amber wants is a little bit of love Her mum has never been the caring type, even before she moved to California, got remarried and had a personality transplant But Amber s hoping that spending the summer with her can change all that.And then there s prom king Kyle, the guy all the girls want Can he really be interested in anti cheerleader Amber Even with best frienAll Amber wants is a little bit of love Her mum has never been the caring type, even before she moved to California, got remarried and had a personality transplant But Amber s hoping that spending the summer with her can change all that.And then there s prom king Kyle, the guy all the girls want Can he really be interested in anti cheerleader Amber Even with best friends Evie and Lottie s advice, there s no escaping the fact love is hard.

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      • Holly Bourne

        Holly Bourne writes YA novels and blogs about feminist issues Her favourite things to complain loudly about are the stigma of mental health, women s rights, and the under appreciation of Keanu Reeves acting ability.Holly s first two books, Soulmates and The Manifesto on How to be Interesting, have been critically acclaimed and translated into six languages The first book in the Normal series, Am I Normal Yet , has been chosen as a World Book Night book for 2016 and has inspired the formation of Spinster Clubs around the country.Before becoming a full time author, Holly was editor and relationship advisor for a charity website.


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    1. REREAD!! *HUGS BOOK INTENSELY*Initial review:I loved this book so much, my heart wants to burst. This book had the perfect balance of humour and addressing some serious topics! I love how Holly Bourne infuses feminism and self-discovery into her work. Her characters are flawed and real and I can't help but empathise with them strongly!I can't recommend her books enough. Though bare in mind that her books are aimed for teen years, so the language does reflect that. But by no means does it take aw [...]


    2. I've been in a slump since last week basically, and I decided to start my only owned contemporary book as an attempt to get out of this slump. I think it worked??? However, the book was just what I needed at the time. Like book 1 (Am I Normal Yet?), How Hard Can Love Be? had the good balance between cute and serious. This is Amber's book, and when I read Am I Normal Yet?, I was wondering what her story would be about because we were barely given any clue about Amber's life, except how shaky her [...]


    3. Holly Bourne writes incredibly realistic, cute, funny and educating YA, all at the same time. Highly recommend her books to anyone. Is there anything better than feminist YA? I don't think so!



    4. My third Holly Bourne novel in two-ish weeks and I still love her. I do. Her writing style is brilliant. It's incredibly accessible and she writes the most fantastic female lead characters. But I'm beginning to see a formula to the writing style, too many patterns are emerging for my liking.So this is the second book in The Spinster Club series following on from Am I Normal Yet? That book focused on Evie as the leading character whereas in this one one of Evie's best friends Amber takes the spot [...]


    5. Ooh this was so lovely. It was adorable, funny, heartwarming & breaking, had a wonderful cast of character and delved into topics not always discussed in YA AND it was set in a US summer camp. What more could you want? I absolutely love the way Holly Bourne writes. Her writing style is so easy and comfortable to read. I always find myself flying through her books and How Hard Can Love Be? was no exception to that. I loved all of the characters (I kinda hate myself for essentially going again [...]


    6. I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher. This in no way impacted on my view.After reading Am I Normal Yet?, I was so happy to have a copy of book 2 to read asap. Unfortunately life and exams got in my way, and I couldn't read as much as I wanted to. It was a nice way to reward myself once I got some of my exam results back (2:1's! Get in!!) and I'm simply in awe of Bourne's books.In How Hard Can Love Be?, we follow Amber's story this time, as she jets off to California to spend the [...]



    7. I just finished this on the tram to uni and it was wonderful! Holly has done it again I’m just mad that it wasn’t longer haha I want more of Amber and Kyle ❤️More people need to read Holly’s books! Such amazing ya contemporaries 😍


    8. 4.5 stars It was always going to be very hard to top Am I Normal Yet?, because I loved that book so much. It had such a great main character, and pretty damn accurate portrayal of anxiety and OCD, that I couldn't help but enjoy it.Thankfully, though, its sequel didn't disappoint. Amber was just as likeable as Evie, old characters shine as brightly as they did before, and the setting was a month-long summer camp, which I always kind of love. On top of that, the Spinster Club comes back in all its [...]


    9. I didn't love this quiiiiiiiiiiiiiite as much as I loved Am I Normal Yet. I found Amber more difficult to relate to - she's so full of anger and despite being great at using her words when she's with her friends, she's terrrrrrrrrrrrrible at using her words where her parents are concerned. The friendships between the core trio are still wonderful, even from half a world away. And the relationship that crops up in the course of the story is cute. Despite it being nearly 500 pages long, I sped thr [...]


    10. 5 Words: Friendship, family, first-love, America, responsibility.When you read it in one sitting because it's THAT GOOD.Review to come.


    11. More like a 4.75/5 stars. Changed my rating to 5/5 stars because I loved this book too much *.*Review will -hopefully-come later


    12. THIS BOOK. I didn't think it was possible for a sequel to be just as good as the first book, but IT WAS. This was definitely more about love, expectations and coming to terms with your feelings. It was extremely easy to love Amber and Kyle. Plus, the American setting was a hoot. Now I NEED to get my hands on the next one, asap!


    13. Oh my nutsI didn't think I'd like this book as much as the first one because I related to Evie so much and I didn't really think much of Amber in the first book. However, I really loved this book and I love Amber. As someone British, I can completely understand her attitudes towards being in America (even though I've never actually been, I can imagine what it would be like). I also didn't realise how different Americans are to the Brits with some of the things that they didn't understand, like, [...]


    14. Another brilliant contemporary by Holly Bourne. Her books are a combination of addictive, relatable, funny, feminist and overall just amazing. The only thing I missed was Evie and Lottie I NEED EVEN MORE OF THEM4.5 starsSO LAS VEGAS HATE YESS (seriously, Las Vegas is the worst)


    15. I really liked this, but I still didn't like Amber that much, she was like ''oh you know I have worse problems than you, you can't feel bad or angry about your life problems or feelings''. And I was like nope, just because you THINK your problems are worse, doesn't mean that you get to tell how they may feel, or the problems they may be facing.3 stars because I think it was okay, and I really liked Kylie.


    16. After reading three of her books, I realized that Holly Bourne cannot disappoint. She writes great complex characters, fast paced plots and at the same time she talks about important issues without forcing her ideas on the reader. This book was no exception. I loved the way Amber, our main character, handled her relationship with her mother and I definitely saw her grow in this book. I think this my favorite book yet in the Spinster Club series. I'm looking forward to reading the next one!


    17. I adored this sooo much. The thing I love most about this book and Am I Normal Yet? is the fact both the story and characters are so relatable—especially Amber, she really struck a chord with me. This trilogy is quickly becoming one of those 'I'll-shove-it-in-your-face-and-insist-you-read-it' trilogies for me.


    18. How Hard Can Love Be? Review on K-Books"Failure is never getting hurt. Because that means you've not done anything you care about."I've been a major fan of Holly Bourne ever since I read her debut Soulmates, which totally blew me away. The first book in The Spinster Club series, Am I Normal Yet? was one of my favourite books of 2015. I am really kicking myself now for not continuing this series sooner. Amber's story was amazing. I loved every single moment of it and I can't wait to read Lottie's [...]


    19. I found my fictional self. It's Amber. Being sarcastic and constantly pissed at the world? Yep, that sounds like my life. Also, I hope Holly Bourne never stops writing books. Ever.I loved "Am I Normal Yet?" in which Bourne created a heartfelt story with feminist messages to it, which I absolutely adored. For many it could be a little too direct or "too much" but that's why I liked it. She wasn't afraid showing the feminism, explaining how it works and why it's a good thing. But also a hard thing [...]


    20. Another wonderful book by Holly Bourne! I'm seriously such a big fan of her bookst just because they are some of the most entertaining and funniest stories imaginableBUT because they are so deep and meaningful that I end up wanting to go fight the feminist war! Holly Bourne sets the perfect scene and the perfect characters. I fell in love with Evie in the first book 'Am I Normal Yet' and now I'm in love with Amber. I just hope the third book will be about my ALL TIME FAV CHARACTER LOTTIE!! She c [...]


    21. 3.75 stars out of 5 stars This was lovely. It took me a bit to get into this and to get used to Amber as a narrative compared to Evie. It was more about romance than mental illness. Though it does deal with addiction and a dysfunctional family. Though thag part was really real and raw to me. Amber was interesting and i liked following her as a character . I love Holly Bourne as a writer , her characters are great. Her books discuss feminism and feel very real. Not to mention i read this within a [...]


    22. I didn't know how this was going to go when Amber spent the first 120 pages either drunk or hungover, because that state just heightened her immaturity. She felt a lot younger than 17/18 most of the time, and I found it hard to connect to her voice when she was whining about things I didn't really get. Also, her wincing at 'Americanisms' like being called 'hun' and her mum describing this as 'awesome' felt feel inauthentic, considering 'hun' is a very south west of England term of endearment and [...]


    23. Das Buch ist Gold wert. <3 Holly Bourne packt einfach wieder so viele wertvolle Inhalte rein - Feminismus und Freundschaft, aber dieses Mal auch ganz stark Familie und dass es auch okay ist, wenn man sich selbst priorisiert. Ganz große Klasse.


    24. Review originally posted on my book blog: afrolicthroughfiction.wordpreRated 4.5/5 stars!Holly Bourne has easily become a new favourite author of mine since I started this series.Even with the unbelievably high hopes after reading the first book, How Hard Can Love Be? did NOT let me down in the slightest.This book is basically a huge version of expectation vs reality. Emotions are toyed with as main character Amber goes through a rollercoaster of hope, disappointment, courage, nerves, anger…yo [...]


    25. I liked the summer camp setting which took me back to a nostalgic time when read books about pony camp and dreamed about being sent to America for the summer. Yet this summer camp is hard work, with most of Amber’s time spent trying to look after the kids and desperately trying to get her mum’s attention. She feels Bumface Kevin is always getting in the way.Amber’s mum is a recovering alcoholic and the book explores what that means to a child who has often had an absent mother. She remembe [...]


    26. This review was originally posted on my blog areadsthebibliophile.wordpressI was given a phyical ARC in exchange for my honest reviewG! Holly Bourne did it again! She blew me up away again, She always does that unexpectable things that her characters can do. I really do love her writtings, It's easy to follow and you can really imagine the whole scenario because holly writes right and exact words for the right moments. There's one thing about Holly Bourne that I really admire and love. It's the [...]




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