You guessed it. Better off Friends is basically about crossing the line from best friends to best couple but with a lot of complications along the way. Macallan and Levi are the victims of the best friend but nothing more syndrome. Will they be able to finally be honest with each other? Will they finally end up together?
They better. Or I’m seriously going to throw something out the window. Just kidding. I’ve already read this book.
OMG. *insert major squealing and swearing and fan-girling and eardrum- breaking noises* OMG. Elizabeth Eulberg is amazing. She’s so good at writing chick-lit for teens. Clean chick lit that’s good for all ages! Do you know how rare it is?
Elizabeth Eulberg is hilarious too. Honestly, her humor is present in both Macallan and Levi’s personalities. I lose myself in their banter, dialogues, and personalities. The events, the people, the writing, the whole entire book! I LOVE IT ALL SO MUCH. Everything about Better Off Friends is cute, charming, endearing, funny and smile-inducing. Honestly.
I totally ship Macallan and Levi. They complement each other. Macallan cooks, Levi eats. Levi runs, Macallan figuratively runs. Macallan and Levi suit each other so well that it becomes totally obvious in their conversations. They both are so flawed and so perfect. They’re total teenagers but not. They’re both walking contradictions, if you know what I mean.
THAT’S WHAT IS SO GOOD ABOUT IT ALL.
This lighthearted novel got me super addicted. No joke. I finished it in one sitting even though I had homework and sleep waiting for me. Yes, Better Off Friends is not the book to read when you have a busy life. I don’t care. Read it anyways, I command you. On the bright side, Better Off Friends comes out on the 25th of February, so you have a month to get your work done.
Rant over. Not.
Better Off Friends is a coming of age novel and a romance. It goes from middle school to high school, exploring what it’s like to be awkward and basically what it’s like to be a teenager. I love every aspect of this novel because it’s written so well. And it’s the book you should read if you want to put a smile on your face.
So definitely go to Elizabeth Eulberg’s website and read her other books on your Kindle while you wait right outside of Barnes and Noble in line for Better Off Friends to come out. Actually, don’t do that. Buy it off your Kindle instead. (Don’t do any of this if you don’t want to haha.)
Rating: 10 out of 10
Publisher: Point (February 25th, 2014)
Genre: Romance, YA, Coming of Age, Contemporary