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I wanted grand, immense, world-saving things for the future. Let me just say, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. If you have goals of becoming a president or running Oxfam, do it.

But the thing I realized is that there is also nothing wrong with having smaller, more attainable goals like Paige does. In fact, to Paige, these things are huge and big.

My life is pretty much what a lot of upper middle class lives are: I have a steady 9-to-5 job, a nice husband, a couple of cats.

We bought a house. We have friends and family and life is pretty good. Maybe I feel like I should have been a famous singer whose music everyone downloads and talks about.

I realized, though, that no one in my favourite rom-coms have that kind of life. My favourites are ones where people like me find a little magic in the everyday, whether it's through love or friendship or family - through living their lives.

Paige and her rom-com reminded me that my life bucket list doesn't need to be so grand - that there is grandness in the little moments, and grandness in just surviving.

Sometimes grandness just means setting realistic goals and achieving them. Sometimes it means allowing sadness and the mundane to be part of your life so that you can really appreciate those perfect, unexpected moments with your cats and family and friends.

So, tell me, what are the goals you are setting for yourself? What little moments are you making big in your life? Guys, if you haven't seen Becca's other work, she is ridonkulously talented - I own a Fangirl tote by her, and I adore it.

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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 10, Cristina Monica rated it liked it Shelves: fast-paced , contemporary , friendship , teen-romance , family.

Not incredible but considerably more enjoyable than Open Road Summer. Ah, Young Adult romance! It never ceases to make me smile. Therefore, she decided that this year will be different and quickly made a list of things to accomplish, one of them being her… dating Ryan.

But then she meets Max, with whom she starts feeling a deep and genuine connection. Except… she only befriended him in the first place so she can draw nigh to Ryan.

The author didn't even try to add a little contemporary twist. With an extra consisting of true friendship as theme : In friendship we are all debtors.

We all owe each other for a thousand small kindnesses, for little moments of grace in the chaos.

How many times have we read books with characters that are always there for their best friends when need is, know them as well as they know themselves and CARE for them as they would care for their own brother and sister?

Girl power, so much girl power! And that ending… Very Hollywood movielike. Despite its negatives, The Start of Me and You has a lot going on for itself and I believe will be enjoyed by many!

View all 31 comments. Jun 24, Keertana rated it it was amazing Shelves: teary-eyed-reads , kick-ass-heroines , favorites , rainy-day-re-reads , arc-galley-and-first-reads , swoooon , wishlist , favorites.

I don't know if this has ever happened to you, but sometimes I'll glance over at the cover of a novel or read the descriptive copy and I'll just know, viscerally, that I'm about to fall in love with literature all over again.

It's not that there aren't more beautiful covers or better written descriptive copies out there; it's just a gut-reaction that hasn't led me astray.

I felt it, first, in the fourth-grade while browsing through a Scholastic catalog for the upcoming book fair and stumbled upo I don't know if this has ever happened to you, but sometimes I'll glance over at the cover of a novel or read the descriptive copy and I'll just know, viscerally, that I'm about to fall in love with literature all over again.

I felt it, first, in the fourth-grade while browsing through a Scholastic catalog for the upcoming book fair and stumbled upon The Cry of the Icemark, a fantasy novel which was read and re-read throughout the formative years of my young adolescence.

I felt it again when I gazed at The Scorpio Races, trying to find a Stiefvater novel which would make me love her as her fans did.

I experienced that pure love-at-first-sight longing with Fire, a novel I'd never seen or heard of but which remains my all-time favorite to this day.

Most importantly, though, despite not having falling head-over-heels in love with Open Road Summer the way I know countless other readers did, I could not resist The Start of Me and You.

It makes no sense, these random novels from different genres and authors, most of which I'd never typically pick up, yet gravitate towards only to fall madly, deeply, in love.

The Start of Me and You is one of those unbelievable love stories for me; it fits into all the curves and prickly corners of my heart and thank you, thank you, thank you Emery Lord for writing it.

Lord's sophomore novel takes place roughly a year after Paige's boyfriend of mere months, Aaron, jumps of a cliff during a Boy Scout meet and accidentally drowns.

Unlike a typical grief novel, however, Paige's pain following Aaron's death has far more to do with her own coming to terms about death and its sudden, fleeting quality than it does about him.

Of course Paige mourns for Aaron, but mostly she grieves for the fact that his life was cut short; that he died so young and full of life. Moreover, Aaron's death has affected her entire community, making her mother far more overprotective than before and thrusting Paige into the spotlight as a recipient of countless condolences.

Commencing her junior year, however, the last thing Paige wants is to be the same, mopey person she's been for the past year.

Lord's grief novel isn't about the immediate pain afterwards but rather about the lingering effects of mourning; the way it creeps into your thoughts without debilitating you, the way you try to move on and finally begin to succeed, the way you realize there are so many other types of grief in life beyond what you've already experienced.

In order to truly become a new person, though, Paige carefully outlines a set of goals for herself to accomplish, one-by-one. Whether it be something as simple as attend a high school party or join a club, or something more difficult like date someone again preferably her crush from sixth grade, Ryan Chase , travel, or finally get back into the pool, she's determined to make this year better than the last.

What I loved about The Start of Me and You, from the onset of the novel itself, is that it's set up as an introspective novel.

Paige's voice jumps out from the beginning itself--raw, natural, and real--and as she changes, the self-assurance and happiness she finds leaks into her narrative and into our hearts.

From just the beginning chapters, I knew Paige was the type of heroine I'd become friends with in a heartbeat; loyal to a fault, flawed but kind hearted, and a nerd to boot.

Moreover, this story is, first and foremost, about her. For romance lovers, I hate to say it, but the majority of this novel is not a love story.

It's a Paige story. Paige's three best friends--Tessa, Kayleigh, and Morgan--play such a pivotal role in her life and I want to applaud Lord for writing authentic female friendships.

Each of Paige's friends have their own strengths and weaknesses, their own struggles to resolve alongside Paige's, and they each bring a unique perspective to her life.

Moreover, just as Paige changes over the course of the novel, her friends do too, each dealing with their own issues but coming out stronger and more beautiful than before.

I admire the strength of their bond, their frank conversations, and even their disappointed musings as they discover that yet another cute teenage guy is a misogynist.

What's more, Lord doesn't hesitate to dedicate chapters solely to these girls. In fact, I'd have loved this book even without the romance element; the rock-hard friendship between these girls was all I really needed.

Yet another aspect Lord nails is the familial relationships. Paige's divorced parents aren't her greatest allies; she doesn't get along with her overprotective mother and having to follow rules her friends don't have to abide by is difficult.

What makes Paige's life at home all the more strange, though, is the fact that her divorced parents have been dating one another--for four months!

Paige doesn't want to see her parents unhappy--after all, they got a divorce for a reason--and she can't see their new arrangement working out at all.

In fact, it seems as if she and her younger sister are going to be caught in the middle of it all. But Cam, Paige's thirteen-year-old sister, is ecstatic about their parents reunion and Paige feels more alone than ever.

The only person she can talk to is her Grandmother, suffering from Alzheimer's. Paige's relationship with her Grandmother--the strength she finds within her Grandmother's stories and the comfort she feels from her presence--are some of the most touching aspects of the novel.

It's painful to see that her Grandmother often doesn't remember discussing Paige's life with her and watching her patiently re-tell the same fears, hopes, and dreams she had unburdened only a day prior isn't easy.

But Paige's Grandmother doesn't enforce rules, like her parents, and isn't blinded by hormones, like her sibling. It becomes evident that Paige's Grandmother is, above all else, an inspiration to her; someone who encourages her through blind faith in her abilities.

I love that Paige has someone like that in her life and that she is not only moved, but strengthened, by her Grandmother's past experiences and courage.

For me, the fact that Paige is so heavily influenced by such an incredible female role model is such an important part of this novel.

Nevertheless, the aspect of this novel that kept me on the edge of my seat throughout those last few chapters is, of course, the romance. Paige has her sights set on Ryan Chase, recently single, but winds up befriending his cousin Max, who recently moved into their school district.

Becoming friends with Max means being a part of Ryan's life too and as Paige's crush persists, she finds herself calling Max one of her best friends.

Max and Ryan quickly integrate with her already close-knit group of girlfriends and Paige goes beyond to befriend her Quiz Bowl team, among which Max is the captain.

The jump from strangers to best friends is slow-going between Max and Paige and, often times, Paige's crush on Ryan is infuriating.

While Ryan is an incredible person, anyone can see that Max is the one who is perfect for her. But their love story is an entirely well-worth slow-burn.

Paige shifts her attentions from Ryan to Max well before the end of the novel and though their journey isn't as straight-forward as you'd think, it's all the more rewarding despite that.

More than a romance, though, Paige's friendships with Ryan and Max, particularly, allow her to let other people in and open her heart.

Max understands her in ways even her best friends don't and their tight bond makes you wish for a male best friend of your own. Moreover, their love story is made all the more special by the fact that Max and Paige are the "plain" counterparts to their best friends, Ryan and Tessa, who are bold and beautiful.

Paige never even considers Max crush-worthy because he doesn't have the classic good looks or charm Ryan possesses, so the fact that these two fall in love for all the right reasons and none of the artificial ones makes my heart melt.

From inspirational teachers to through-thick-or-thin friendships, from figuring-their-life-out parents to encouraging family members, from new beginnings and blossoming friendships, from feminist discussions to an authentic display of grief, from students determined to pursue their own interests to Jane Austen references It can be nerdy and light, funny and warm; it can be fearful and shaky, tentative and shy; it can be grief-stricken and sensitive, brave and bold.

It's unlike anything you've read before and yet, it's all you could possibly want from this genre. Again and again and again and again.

View all 5 comments. Jul 15, Jamie The Perpetual Page-Turner rated it it was amazing Shelves: for-review-physical-copy , ya-contemporary , young-adult.

Emery Lord is writing some of the best realistic contemporary YA out there: Tis true! If your jam is contemporary YA, Emery Lord is where it is at.

I loved her debut Open Road Summer and this sophomore novel solidifies Emery Lord as one of my favorites already. The girl power in this book makes my heart soar: I already wrote a post that was in 4.

The girl power in this book makes my heart soar: I already wrote a post that was inspired by the friendship in this book but Imma take some more time to talk about it because it is AMAZING.

Each girl was so distinct and their presence in the group was felt and was important. I loved all their shared history and how they stick with each other through all the growing pains of life.

I promise. It was so realistic and so well done!!! I love when a romance seems unlikely but develops after they spend actual TIME together and get to know each other.

I actually liked a guy he was friends with, like totally had my eye set on him, but we kept spending more time together as I was trying to get close to the other dude….

From how they bonded over small interests to how they confided REAL stuff, it just completely captivated me and I was shipping them hard.

If you like cute, awkward romances…. Nerds showing off their nerdiness. Nerds enjoying Quiz Bowl. It was just so refreshing and their passions were so real.

She became known as The Girl Whose Boyfriend Died and that identity just became her — to others around her and even to herself. I loved the list she constructed that she hoped would help her and I loved how she opened herself up even though it was hard.

Sure, she mourned him obviously, but she really they had been only dating for four months and his death impacted her life beyond that which is a hard thing to reconcile.

But I think it was also a lot experiencing death for the first time at such a young age. View all 18 comments. Feb 27, Christy rated it it was amazing Shelves: audio , new-to-me-author , five-stars , ya-challenge.

The girl with the dead boyfriend. She wants this year to be different. Paige had such a bond with her group of friends and they were always there for one another.

I truly feel those are the most important relationships at that age. Growing up, you need those ride or die friends in your life.

In friendship we are all debtors. Paige was great and I loved watching her change and grow, but my most favorite character in this book was our hero, Max.

I think he is one of biggest reasons I loved this book so hard. This book was perfect for me and a true gem! YA lovers, this one is a must read!

View 2 comments. This was not necessarily a love story. In my opinion it was more a story about friendship and a coming of age novel.

She still thinks about him trying to come to terms about his death and she still mourns for his life. But she also mourns for herself — her first boy who really notice her drowned i 3.

But she also mourns for herself — her first boy who really notice her drowned in a tragic accident and she will never know the whole of him.

How do you find closure in that—especially when strangers treat you like a widow to a devoted husband? For a couple of months she saw a therapist, trying to forget, move on and to be again a teenager, trying to find out who she is.

Paige is about to start her junior year and she knows she needs a plan — a plan to move on, to be like she was before her Aaron's death; she needs a list.

The story is written really well and it was an entertaining read from start to finish. I must admit it was very different from what I expected, not in a good or bad way, but Because with true friends, no one is keeping score.

But it still feels good to repay them - even in the tiniest increments. And their bond was truly heartwarming. I really felt how much they care for each other and how important is for them esp.

They are caring, thoughtful, considerate, honest with each other and most of all supportive. I loved the fact all of them are differently portrayed.

All of them have insecurities, fears, flaws, exactly like Paige and all of them felt really genuine. Even If they are different from each other, their bond is strong, they trust each other with everything.

Like Paige, they were very relatable. Paige was a great developed heroine. She was very easy to like and to admire.

I loved her determination and the love she has for her grandmother who is inspiration, but most of all I loved her loyalty.

Loyalty is a quality I really admire in a heroine, esp. But Max was the first bit of grilled cheese on a snowy day, the easy fit of my favorite jeans, that one old song that made it onto every playlist.

Peanut-butter Girl Scout cookies instead of an ornate cake. Not glamorous or idealized or complicated. Just me. He was a wonderful guy — sweet, considerate, protective and simply perfect for Paige.

I loved how he tries to help Paige. Their romance is sweet and adorable and how I liked it most of the time — slow build. Lord built it in a very realistic way.

Nothing felt forced or rushed and everything progressed exactly like it supposed to. I loved the way they are as friends and they banter was fantastically done.

I have to be honest here, it was pretty predictable, but refreshing in some way. An epilogue would have been perfect IMO for this novel.

And the getting there is the best part. View all 42 comments. Apr 23, Chelsea chelseadolling reads rated it liked it.

I think my reading slump kept me from enjoying this one as much as I could have and I am le sad. View 1 comment. Sep 10, Maureen rated it really liked it.

And the bonus chapter I didn't even know existed took everything up a notch. I love everything so much. This had all my favorite things about a contemporary- a main character who has to work through some crap outside of the romance, friends to lovers!!!!

So much to love. The plot was pretty fantastic as well and was unique in my mind for a contemporary. I also really lov 4.

I also really loved getting some callbacks to open road summer even if I did have a lot of problems with that book. I just really loved this a lot and if it stays with me longer than a few hours I could move it up to a 5.

One of the cutest young adult contemporaries I've read in SO long. I just I keep hugging the book because it was just precious and sweet and uplifting and UGH all the good things in life.

I love that Emery Lord placed such an emphasis on the importance of friendship and specifically how lady friendships are probably the most important sort of relationship a young girl will establish and experience growing up.

I love how Emery portrayed it realistically and how it's not all sunshine, sleepovers, rainbows, and happy endings. The friends had issues with each other but communicated with each other and their friendships ended up stronger than ever!

Emery perfectly developed and showed how a real and lasting friendship can form between a guy and a girl. A genuine and sweet romance that wasn't over done or over bearing.

I ship Max and Paige so hard. Like reading about how they've developed and fell in love. I got butterflies in my stomach because of these two.

I mean I love me a bad boy. But Emery has a such a talent for writing and creating "nice guy" love interests who aren't one dimensional and flat.

Focus on family. I love that family was such a huge focus. The parents played a vital role. Paige's sister and their relationship was important.

So incredibly sweet and refreshing to see a young adult who values familial relationships because ya know that does happen in real life.

Paige, the main character, is fantastic! I loved Paige's character development. I found her a bit self-centered but i think that's part of her flaws and i love how it was handled.

I love the way that Emery Lord portrayed the Paige's anxiety. I completely related to her on that level. It made me feel not so alone. I totally feel's Paige's type A personality becaue I do like my lists like her.

Basically, alot of times while I was reading Paige's internal dialogue I was going "this is me. With our arms around each other, I almost believed that strength could travel between us like the heat of our bodies.

Nothing, not even sadness, could be greater than the sum of us. Emery Lord and I were off to a rocky start. Well, not start exactly.

This hit the spot. But Emery Lord and I were off to a rocky start. One Emery Lord book contained the world's most cringeworthy depiction of mental illness; another was teeming with girl-hate.

This book was Even if the word "start" is a tad misleading at this point. First off, this book made me miss my friends.

My hometown friends. Why am I trying so hard to convince you guys I have friends? I miss my friends because I really like the squad from this book.

They really seem like they have fun together and love each other and whatnot. It makes me miss my squad. More contemporaries should have nerdy guys!

Max - and boring old Paige, our main character - are also in this fun thing called QuizBowl! They compete in trivia competition type things.

I just know I like trivia QuizUp! Review games before tests! Sign me up for all of the above and this was a fun part of the book and I wish there was more more more.

Love pop culture, baby. She also wants to be a screenwriter, which was my dream job for a time! This book also has a little bit of diversity.

Not a good or great amount, but more than I've come to expect from contemporaries. Kind of the bare minimum.

That fun, addictive feeling the worthwhile contemporaries have. So I enjoyed it while this book lasted. Which, speaking of… boy did this book last.

No contemporary needs to be four hundred pages long. Hit that page sweet spot and move the hell on. Remember earlier when I said I read the first fifty pages of this a long time ago?

Not a good sign. Now, this book ended up being a fun ride anyway. Like, at all. Maybe that has something to do with how our protagonist is a massive, steaming pile of boring.

I was expecting her cool group of friends to ditch her, like, the whole time. She brings nothing to the table. She just absorbs their jokes and whines a lot.

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You+Me ist ein Musikprojekt der US-Rocksängerin Alecia Moore alias Pink und dem kanadischen Folkmusiker Dallas Green alias City and Colour. Über eBooks bei Thalia ✓»To Me and You. Grace & Adam (Secret-​Reihe)«von Mimi Heeger & weitere eBooks online kaufen & direkt downloaden! Wir verwenden Cookies, die Informationen über die Produkte speichern, die Isabel Karajan dir angesehen und in den Warenkorb gelegt hast. Beispiele für die Übersetzung mich und du ansehen 21 Beispiele mit Übereinstimmungen. Grace und Adam stehen beide an einem Punkt in ihrem Leben, an welchem sie beide gerade nicht weiterkommen. In den. Gemeinsam mit Grace und Adam begeben wir uns auf Preussens Gloria Reise nach Rotterdam, eine Reise, welche sich als ein Wendepunkt in ihrem Leben herausstellen und sie vor schwierige Entscheidungen stellen wird. Auch lernen Grace und Adam auf ihrer Reise sehr interessante Menschen kennen.

The story is written really well and it was an entertaining read from start to finish. I must admit it was very different from what I expected, not in a good or bad way, but Because with true friends, no one is keeping score.

But it still feels good to repay them - even in the tiniest increments. And their bond was truly heartwarming. I really felt how much they care for each other and how important is for them esp.

They are caring, thoughtful, considerate, honest with each other and most of all supportive. I loved the fact all of them are differently portrayed.

All of them have insecurities, fears, flaws, exactly like Paige and all of them felt really genuine. Even If they are different from each other, their bond is strong, they trust each other with everything.

Like Paige, they were very relatable. Paige was a great developed heroine. She was very easy to like and to admire. I loved her determination and the love she has for her grandmother who is inspiration, but most of all I loved her loyalty.

Loyalty is a quality I really admire in a heroine, esp. But Max was the first bit of grilled cheese on a snowy day, the easy fit of my favorite jeans, that one old song that made it onto every playlist.

Peanut-butter Girl Scout cookies instead of an ornate cake. Not glamorous or idealized or complicated. Just me. He was a wonderful guy — sweet, considerate, protective and simply perfect for Paige.

I loved how he tries to help Paige. Their romance is sweet and adorable and how I liked it most of the time — slow build.

Lord built it in a very realistic way. Nothing felt forced or rushed and everything progressed exactly like it supposed to. I loved the way they are as friends and they banter was fantastically done.

I have to be honest here, it was pretty predictable, but refreshing in some way. An epilogue would have been perfect IMO for this novel.

And the getting there is the best part. View all 42 comments. Apr 23, Chelsea chelseadolling reads rated it liked it.

I think my reading slump kept me from enjoying this one as much as I could have and I am le sad. View 1 comment.

Sep 10, Maureen rated it really liked it. And the bonus chapter I didn't even know existed took everything up a notch.

I love everything so much. This had all my favorite things about a contemporary- a main character who has to work through some crap outside of the romance, friends to lovers!!!!

So much to love. The plot was pretty fantastic as well and was unique in my mind for a contemporary.

I also really lov 4. I also really loved getting some callbacks to open road summer even if I did have a lot of problems with that book.

I just really loved this a lot and if it stays with me longer than a few hours I could move it up to a 5.

One of the cutest young adult contemporaries I've read in SO long. I just I keep hugging the book because it was just precious and sweet and uplifting and UGH all the good things in life.

I love that Emery Lord placed such an emphasis on the importance of friendship and specifically how lady friendships are probably the most important sort of relationship a young girl will establish and experience growing up.

I love how Emery portrayed it realistically and how it's not all sunshine, sleepovers, rainbows, and happy endings.

The friends had issues with each other but communicated with each other and their friendships ended up stronger than ever!

Emery perfectly developed and showed how a real and lasting friendship can form between a guy and a girl. A genuine and sweet romance that wasn't over done or over bearing.

I ship Max and Paige so hard. Like reading about how they've developed and fell in love. I got butterflies in my stomach because of these two.

I mean I love me a bad boy. But Emery has a such a talent for writing and creating "nice guy" love interests who aren't one dimensional and flat. Focus on family.

I love that family was such a huge focus. The parents played a vital role. Paige's sister and their relationship was important. So incredibly sweet and refreshing to see a young adult who values familial relationships because ya know that does happen in real life.

Paige, the main character, is fantastic! I loved Paige's character development. I found her a bit self-centered but i think that's part of her flaws and i love how it was handled.

I love the way that Emery Lord portrayed the Paige's anxiety. I completely related to her on that level. It made me feel not so alone.

I totally feel's Paige's type A personality becaue I do like my lists like her. Basically, alot of times while I was reading Paige's internal dialogue I was going "this is me.

With our arms around each other, I almost believed that strength could travel between us like the heat of our bodies.

Nothing, not even sadness, could be greater than the sum of us. Emery Lord and I were off to a rocky start. Well, not start exactly. This hit the spot.

But Emery Lord and I were off to a rocky start. One Emery Lord book contained the world's most cringeworthy depiction of mental illness; another was teeming with girl-hate.

This book was Even if the word "start" is a tad misleading at this point. First off, this book made me miss my friends.

My hometown friends. Why am I trying so hard to convince you guys I have friends? I miss my friends because I really like the squad from this book.

They really seem like they have fun together and love each other and whatnot. It makes me miss my squad. More contemporaries should have nerdy guys!

Max - and boring old Paige, our main character - are also in this fun thing called QuizBowl! They compete in trivia competition type things. I just know I like trivia QuizUp!

Review games before tests! Sign me up for all of the above and this was a fun part of the book and I wish there was more more more. Love pop culture, baby.

She also wants to be a screenwriter, which was my dream job for a time! This book also has a little bit of diversity. Not a good or great amount, but more than I've come to expect from contemporaries.

Kind of the bare minimum. That fun, addictive feeling the worthwhile contemporaries have. So I enjoyed it while this book lasted. Which, speaking of… boy did this book last.

No contemporary needs to be four hundred pages long. Hit that page sweet spot and move the hell on. Remember earlier when I said I read the first fifty pages of this a long time ago?

Not a good sign. Now, this book ended up being a fun ride anyway. Like, at all. Maybe that has something to do with how our protagonist is a massive, steaming pile of boring.

I was expecting her cool group of friends to ditch her, like, the whole time. She brings nothing to the table. She just absorbs their jokes and whines a lot.

Which is fair, because her boyfriend died. Like, Paige was only dating Mr. Dead Boyfriend for But even though she recognizes her sadness as not being equivalent to the best friend of Colonel McDeadFace She just accepts his help and whatnot.

Max has this very strange speaking quirk that is introduced in the weirdest way. It made me laugh every time. Like, this nerdy character, stealing the following catchphrase from the following individual: And when he says it, Paige says something so bizarre and fangirly.

And speaking of forced and uncomfortable! But other than that. Bottom line: Yeah, read this. Why not? Oh what a beautiful book this was!

I finished reading this not even 5 minutes ago and I have the biggest grin on my face. This was my first Emery Lord book and I'm a big fan already.

For over a year, sixteen-year old Paige Hancock, has been known as "the girl whose boyfriend died". She's spent the last year shutting herself off from everything but she's now ready for a new beginning and to start living he Oh what a beautiful book this was!

She's spent the last year shutting herself off from everything but she's now ready for a new beginning and to start living her life.

To help herself along, she's created a list: 1. New group 3. Date Ryan Chase 4. Travel 5. Swim I love lists! I mean seriously LOVE them!

I find myself writing the silliest lists just for the sake of writing a list. Paige's list is a little more exciting than mine though. It leads her on this amazing journey with friends old and new - opening herself up to new opportunities, conquering fears, and ultimately to love.

This book is packed full of unforgettable characters. There's a very strong emphasis on friendship, which sadly is not seen enough in YA.

This group of gals are solid and always there for each other. They have that special bond where nothing needs to be said, they just know what each other needs and never fail to deliver.

These are friendships that all young girls should strive for and look up to. They are truly amazing and I commend Emery for a near perfect portrayal.

While the main emphasis was on friendship, there was a little romance involved and oh my goodness it was adorable! No insta-love here, just two people who gradually become friends and build on that foundation.

It was sweet, real, and innocent. Is it predictable? Yes it is. But that's not what's important, this is: "knowing what happens isn't the same as knowing how it happens.

Getting there is the best part. I may have even shed some tears. There's not really anything I can say to do this story justice.

The writing is beautiful, the plot perfectly executed, Emery Lord nails it from every angle. Highly recommend! View all 6 comments.

Beautiful, simply beautiful. Where can I find a Max? View all 8 comments. Apr 30, Mandy K rated it really liked it Shelves: ya , contemporary.

Full Review I don't read contemporary that often. I'm more of a fantasy kind of girl, I love being swept up in a new world, surrounded by the impossible.

But sometimes, I get a craving. Like hot chocolate, or ice cream, sometimes I crave the comfort of a heartwarming contemporary novel.

Today, I woke up with that craving, and this book seemed like just the fix. I sat down, and turned to the first page. If you don't count t Full Review I don't read contemporary that often.

If you don't count the bathroom breaks both mine and my pups , I read this is one sitting. I read it while I walked to the kitchen, while searched through the fridge, while I fried up some eggs.

I couldn't put it down, it was so engaging and sweet, I just couldn't pull my eyes away. Yes, it's filled with cliches, yes it was predictable, but damn if I didn't find myself teary eye at the sad moments, fluttering at the sweet moments, and smiling at the joyous moments.

Like Max says: "knowing what happens isn't the same as knowing how it happens. Getting there is the best part". Speaking of, I absolutely adored Max, he was nerdy, sweet, passionate, perceptive, and open.

From the moment we saw him standing alone in the office reading, my heart melted. I liked Paige best when she was with him, it was the only time she wasn't guilty, or said, or weak, or trying to hide behind a mask.

She was the most her around him and that's how it should be. They were also so different, and yet they fit together so seamlessly.

They were amazing friends, but I felt of the three, we knew Kayleigh the least. Morgan was a feminist, a gossip and a hopeless romantic, Tessa had this whole boho feel about her, loved yoga, music, and food, and she was sort of the ring leader and mother hen.

But all that really stuck out about Kayleigh is that she had an out of town boyfriend. And I think she was described as bold when we first met her.

I also really enjoyed Ryan Chase, Paige's dad, and Paige's grandma. With a sweet story, sweet characters, and a sweet ending, this book was a chocolate chip cookie dough milkshake, sweet and satisfying.

View all 3 comments. Jan 14, Mlpmom Book Reviewer rated it really liked it Shelves: arc-book-read , kindle-books.

It is funny how you can go into a story not expecting anything and end up loving a character so much that they just made the whole book for you.

This is what Max did to this story. He took an ordinary story and breathed life into it. This story wouldn't have been the same without him in it.

In fact, I don't even know if I would have liked this story as much as I did if it wasn't for him. I never have been able to resist the cute, funny nerdy type and in books it is just the same and Max definitely fits this description but he was so much more than that.

I don't even know how to describe him other than he was amazing. To Paige, to Ryan, to the girls, and to complete strangers. Smart, honest, kind, and truly a heart of gold.

He is the type of friend and boyfriend you hope your daughter will bring home and love and be worthy of.

This was an excellent coming of age story that wasn't just about growing up and moving on but about grief, friendship, and choices as well.

The choice to move on. The choice to be better. The choice to truly live and the choice to love and be happy. Jun 15, Stacee rated it it was amazing Shelves: i-want-to-hang-out-with-them , all-of-the-stars , read-in , will-read-this-authors-grocery-list.

This was absolute perfection. There's something special in the way Emery writes the friendship between girls and this book is no exception to the rule.

Paige and her friends are awesome. They're all so different, but mesh so well. It's refreshing to read such strong relationships without bitchiness or cattiness.

And Max? Man, I don't even know where to start with this boy. He's goofy and so damn adorable I want to keep him in m This was absolute perfection.

He's goofy and so damn adorable I want to keep him in my pocket. The plot is filled with feels and it's impossible not to get drawn into Paige's situation and live it with her.

I loved every single word on every single page. And Emery has quickly become one of my favorites.

I will read everything she puts out forever. I think I underestimated the swoony-ness of Max because I don't remember him being so damn adorable.

And I love that the paperback had an exchange of emails from their summer. I could read Emery's words forever. Feb 25, Nanna rated it it was amazing.

What a cute read! So perfect for this Valentine's Day weekend too! Although it was predictable I really enjoyed this one.

The whole deal with Ryan was a bit annoying bc by the middle, I could totally see Max being the other end of the triangle.

Although there wasn't a triangle I did love how she went out of her comfort zone though Ryan was adorable and I can see myself crushing on him.

I don't know about you but nerds are underrated in YA literatu Ahhh! I don't know about you but nerds are underrated in YA literature.

I love them! And I liked that some were closer than others but that didn't mean that they were divided. Idk if that made any sense haha Paige was a great MC too and she reminded me of some of my favorite YA ladies!

I'm not wasting time on it. Although this story covered some sombre themes at times — particularly those themes that dealt with grief and closure in the aftermath of losing a loved one — this was largely a charming and feel-good tale, with plenty of heart and humour to balance out some of the more serious moments the young characters were experiencing in their everyday lives.

Where this story most excelled though was 4. Where this story most excelled though was in its phenomenal cast of truly likeable and relatable characters.

I practically loved everyone involved, from Paige, the heroine of the piece, to her adorably geeky love interest, to her friends, new and old, and even her sometimes trying immediate family members.

One thing I have to mention is how I spontaneously burst into tears at the end, in the moment when Paige realised her love interest loved her back.

I honestly have so much love for the sweetness of this geeky little romance. At the end of the day, I simply had a blast reading this one.

View all 4 comments. Sep 07, Syndi rated it liked it. I always weary about picking up YA romance. Cause sometimes the story does not work for me.

I read Miss Lord's book in the past. And my honest opinion about this book is: too long. The pace, the flow of the story is way too slow.

I do like the idea of the story. Ryan is the jock and Max is the nerd. If I have to choose, I choose Max. He is my book soulmate.

Overall I like this book OK. I wish it can be shorter. I instantly warmed each and every character and both the friendships and romance filmed my heart with all the warm fuzzies from start to finish.

It was funny, honest and caring and the sensitivity, respect and lack of explosive drama within the romance was refreshingly lovely to read.

Overall, with its wonderful friendships, the cutest. Apr 29, Aj the Ravenous Reader rated it it was amazing Shelves: easy-read , young-adult , contemporary , physically-owned-books , lol , auto-buy-authors.

I love how it tackled so many meaningful themes about grief, solid friendships, trying something new. I love that the narrative is nerdy and relatable with abundant literature references.

I love the natural development of the relationships in the story. Honestly, I just love everything about it. But it still feels good to repay them- even in the tiniest increments.

Mar 20, lolo' rated it it was amazing. I love the characters. I love the friendships. I love the development of relationships.

I love Max. I love Paige. I love the writing. I love the geekiness. I love the references to anything pop culture. I love the quiz bowl.

I love the english teacher. I love the nicknames. I loved everything about this book! Loved loved loved. What a treasure. I haven't felt this way about a contemporary book in awhile.

If you haven't read it yet, do yourself a favour and pick it up. Aug 21, Melanie rated it really liked it Shelves: books-i-own , contemporary , not-bad-at-all , swoony-guys , grinned-like-a-fool , favourites , romance , omg-the-cover-people , young-adult , i-cried.

The Start of Me and You was one of the few books that I read and actually finished during the months of August and September aka my huge life slump month.

I guess I really really liked this book, so much that I read this in one sitting, in fact. Emery Lord's newest novel is a beautifully written story that is bound to leave anyone who reads it with a huge smile on their face.

It's got a powerful friendship theme going on, which was probably the strongest element of this book, and of course, a he The Start of Me and You was one of the few books that I read and actually finished during the months of August and September aka my huge life slump month.

It's got a powerful friendship theme going on, which was probably the strongest element of this book, and of course, a hella cute romance element as well.

The romance in this one was really well developed and drawn out Only one of my favourite romance tropes of all time. I obviously cried towards the end of this book, because anything remotely emotional will just get me going, heh.

Highly recommend this one. Sweet and gorgeous novel in and out. Jul 11, Angela rated it it was amazing Shelves: contemporary , favorites , march , arc-physical.

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