The Best Laid Plans Paperback – 2 February 2021 by Cameron Lund (Author)

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      About the Author

      Cameron Lund is a young adult author, singer/songwriter, and pizza enthusiast. Originally from the middle of the New Hampshire woods, she moved to the beach to study film at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and has stayed out west ever since. Her love of travel has taken her to more than twenty-five countries–there’s nothing she loves more than writing while on an adventure somewhere, preferably with a view of a waterfall. The Best Laid Plans is her first novel. Find Cameron on Twitter and Instagram @camloond.
      Dimensions 2.44 × 21.11 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Razorbill (2 February 2021)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 384 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 0593114930

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-0593114933

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 340 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 14.12 x 2.44 x 21.11 cm

      Country of Origin ‏

      ‎ India

      Based on 6 reviews

      4.00 Overall
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      6 reviews for The Best Laid Plans Paperback – 2 February 2021 by Cameron Lund (Author)

      1. makingoutwithbooks

        ~i loved this book cuz excuse me this is one of the sweetest swoon worthy friends to lovers romance i’ve read in a while.~there’re lot of characters which will make you laugh & they’re badass, cute & you know those confused messed up high school teens.~Keely & Andrew have been best friends all their life…..Andrew is the guy who has this magic on girls but that’s not the same for keely when it comes to boys, she’s still a virgin & really really insecure about it & she’s probably the only one left in their friends group who still didn’t have sex yet before heading to college….and she’s pretty much sure that boys don’t notice her.~But that’s not the case apparently cuz there’s this guy “Dean” who’s like the best looking guy keely ever met & a freshman at local college who seems to be pretty much interested in keely….i’ll stop it here cuz i don’t wanna giveaway anything more !!!~things i liked very much in this book is mostly friendships & also keely & andrew & hannah…..but there’re also other friends who are very annoying & they talk about boys & sex like they’re only there for it just to please boys on bed, also even boys they talk about girls like they’re just objects for fun…..which i didn’t adore much.~you could easily guess what’s happening all the time in this book right from the beginning itself….but i liked the awkwardness & angst between characters cuz we do know they’re just only humans.~the writing style was simple but it was hilarious at moments & you couldn’t help but laugh. overall i wouldn’t say it’s really a good sex positive novel but it’s okay….i’d recommend to anyone who love friends to lovers & adorable romance & who wants to laugh out loud.

      2. Jen

        A book to bring a smile to your faceThis was a fun, adorable read that had me smiling non stop. It was engaging, had some great characters, and it dealt with sex and losing ones virginity in both a meaningful and positive way. There were ups and downs, teenage woes, and far too many moments that had me screaming internally for the two main idiots to get it together already and just say the truth (I also really wanted to slam the book repeatedly against something hard, but unfortunately it was an ebook edition so that would have been a bad idea).I love friends-to-lovers so much and this book gave it to me in the slowest, most agonizingly long way, with angst and miscommunication galore. I was surprised, and a little disappointed, that the plot point about Keeley asking Andrew to teach her how to sex didn’t come up until about the halfway point of the book, and it wasn’t really until then that her feelings towards him began to shift and make themselves known.I enjoyed the variety of side characters and how they all played a part in Keeley and Andrew’s story. They all felt a little like high school cliches, but it was nice to see some depth to them now and then. I loved Hannah and that, as is typical of best friends in books like this, she didn’t disappear from the story or was practically forgotten by the MC, and instead played a significant role throughout the story, and was actually present and made an impact. I despised Danielle, though, mostly for how she constantly put down her supposed best friend, but also because she somehow decided she was an expert in sex and men after having sex once. She just didn’t ever really redeem herself in my eyes, and while I could understand why she acted the way she was after her final conversation with Keeley, I didn’t feel like it ever really justified her attitude.I loved this story, I loved the message about sex and what it means to be ready for it, the characters were fun, and it made me laugh, smile, and scream in frustration. A perfect combination. It is a great story that doesn’t tiptoe around the idea of teens having sex, but rather embraces it in a positive and healthy light as a way to show that everyone should be allowed to do it when they are ready, and not one second sooner.

      3. Stephanie Anderson

        A Great Glimpse into the Inner Workings of a Teenage MindSo often, YA writers either include TMI when it comes to sex and conversations about it or not enough. The Best Laid Plans by Cameron Lund offered that perfect balance and I absolutely adored it.I thought Lund hit the nail on the head when it comes to how teenagers work and how they think. The lack of communication and avoidance of certain topics was spot on. I fumbled through Keely’s life right along with her. I love her little tribe of friends (with Hannah and Andrew).Sometimes, Keely got on my nerves. I wanted her to be a bit more confident. The larger tribe of friends also got on my nerves. I felt them to be a bit cliched. However, it all worked together in a charming, laugh-out-loud story that took me straight back to my teenage years, exactly what I want to get out of in a young adult novel.If your a movie-buff, you will love the references scattered throughout this book. Some of them I did not get and some of them I absolutely loved.I am disappointed in the price of this eBook. $10.99??? I can see paying that much for a print book and I would gladly do so. But I did buy it because the cover and blurb spoke to me.NOTE TO PUBLISHER:I probably would’ve given this book 5-stars had it not been for the price and several formatting errors that pulled me out of the story. I’m a book designer so I’m really critical of these things. Either several scene breaks were missing or the lines were not indented. Also, I found a hyphen in the middle of a word which makes me think the designer did not do a search for areas they created hyphens/manual line breaks in for the print book and the ellipses were not formatted properly. I expect these things from an indie author but not from a big publisher. There wasn’t enough padding in the texts and the left/right formatting drove me crazy. I did like the two colors in the text conversations though. That was a nice touch. I did read this book some on Amazon’s Cloud Reader. Although an awful way to read, many people read this read and the formatting was way off for this method of reading. I was not pleased, overall, with the formatting and wished I would’ve forked out the money to by the print book. It would’ve been a much more enjoyable experience.

      4. Natalie

        I love this book more than pizzaWhat genre is your guilty pleasure?Mine is angsty teen romance, especially if it’s a friend-to-more story. I’m a complete goner.I loved this book more than pizza, which for me to say that means a lot! This was so cute and embodies everything I love about a YA romance. I thought it provided an insightful and honest look into sex in high school. This wasn’t crass or demeaning and it didn’t belittle the experience. It also didn’t make me feel uncomfortable reading this book as an older reader. It felt relatable and reminiscent of my experience in high school.The characters were endearing and well developed. I thought the author did really good at capturing the experience and being true to each character. She didn’t make them immature about the topic, but captured an accurate description of what it’s like to talk about sex as a young adult and the pressures and expectations that come from both sides.I just loved Keely and her friendship with Andrew. The tension and angst were palpitating from the pages. Honestly I read through this in a day because I didn’t want to put it down. From the beginning, I felt the butterflies and I was literally sweating because of anxiety of how this story was going to end. If you’re like me and love a good angsty teen romance this is it! I loved every minute of this story and I cannot wait to read it again!

      5. Amanda Ferraro

        Read this in one night and couldn’t put it down.I loved this book so much. It was such a cute, funny story that kept me engaged the whole way through. Stayed up til 4 am reading it.

      6. Cristiana

        Marvellous young adult!This book was so cute and fun to read! All the sexual tension between the two main characters was killing me! So, I really needed them to get together… And they did 😏🤭It was one of those cheesy rom-coms you need to read once in a while. I felt so warm inside! I absolutely hated Danielle tho, she was so a bitch and she thought she had the world at her feet, and I absolutely hated it. She came through in the end but I still hated her.Anyways, highly recommend this one if you love a good high school cheesy rom-com! 😘

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