Everything Girl Blog Tour


Hi everyone! As you can see by today's post, I am participating in the blog tour for Everything Girl by Emily Mayer. Thank you so much to YA Bound Book Tours for hosting the tour.

This blog post will have the following format:
  • Book Links
  • Book Information
  • Book Review
  • Author Information

Book Links

Book Information

Title: Everything Girl
Author: Emily Mayer
Publisher: Self-published
Publication Date: 11 May 2019
Source: YA Bound Book Tours
Format: eBook
Pages: 416
Rating: 4 Stars





Goodreads Synopsis:

Evelyn Mercer has always had a plan. She lives and breathes the plan. The plan and coffee.
Go to law school. Check.
Make Law Review. Check.
Get competitive internship. Check.
Land dream job. Double Check. 

That dream job? Yeah, it’s a nightmare, and Evelyn is miserable with a capital M. When she reaches her misery threshold, Evelyn does the unthinkable and deviates from her plan.

Her unexpected new job takes her to Pinehaven Ranch in the middle of nowhere Montana where Evelyn is faced with her biggest obstacle yet. No coffee shops within a 30-mile radius and her new boss’ brother, former rodeo champion Jack Danvers. The three words that best describe Jack are stink, stank, stunning. He is perfection and he inexplicably seems to hate her on sight. But if there is one thing life has taught her, it’s that she still has a lot to learn and Montana is full of surprises. 



Book Review:


Pre- Reading Thoughts:


I am going into this book without a clue of what it is about. I just know that it is a romance book and one that I hope I will enjoy. Wish me luck!

Thank you so much to YA Bound Book Tours for providing me with a copy of this book. Just a quick disclaimer for those reading this review, I have received this book for free. Please note that this does not affect my opinions in any way. All thoughts are my own.  

Writing Thoughts:

The writing did an okay job of balancing the descriptions. I did find myself wanting a bit more description when it came to the characters because I found myself not having a complete picture of what they all looked like. I loved how the humour in the dialogue broke up writing when the pacing slowed down quite a bit. It was a great way to keep me interesting and to keep me going. I also really enjoyed how light-hearted the writing was. It made the book easier to read and easy to enjoy. 

Plot Thoughts:

The plot had me squealing and commentating aloud because I loved what happened. The beginning was a bit slow for me but I think it was because the pacing was a bit off. However, beyond that, I loved this book. The romance was well-paced, the friendships grew naturally and I honestly found myself contemplating whether or not I should move to Montana. The plot was just too cute for words.

Character Thoughts:

The characters worked well with the plot. They were light-hearted and full of charm making this book perfect to read whilst in a slump or after a heavy/ high fantasy book. The characters made this book work for me and I would love to read more about them.

Final Thoughts:

Overall, I found myself loving this book more than I thought I would. I read this all in one sitting and I couldn't be happier. I loved every moment that I spent reading this book and cannot recommend it enough for contemporary fans. The writing was light and entertaining, but I did wish there was a little more detail regarding character descriptions. The plot made me rethink my current life and made me wish that I was in Montana. And the characters. Ugh, the characters were just amazing. They were the highlight of this book for me. Thank you so much to YA Bound Book Tours for providing me with a copy of this book!

Author Information

Emily Mayer is a best-selling author and a book lover with a capital L. When she isn't writing, you can usually find her in the kitchen burning dinner with a book in her hand or tucked away in one of her favorite reading spots promising "just five more minutes." In addition to books, Emily is addicted to coffee, dogs, and cat videos. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and dog, both of whom are very good boys

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Yours in Reading,
Melleny

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