Wow! I never thought I would loved this book. Wow. Seriously. After reading the first chapter, I already knew that I was clearly, extremely hooked! I stayed up until 4 am just to finished Flat-Out Love and I must say, it was worth it.
Flat-Out Love gave me a refreshing vibe. One of the things I loved about this book is that it’s normal (that’s not a very relatable description) What I mean is, there is no OH-MY-GOD-HE’S-CUTE-AND-THOSE-DIMPLES-YES. That’s what I meant, it’s hard to find books like Flat-Out Love nowadays, were the main protagonist doesn’t spend her time thinking about those muscles, dimples, whatsoever. Because, seriously, I’m kinda getting sick of those. So, thank you Jessica Park!
Let’s meet the characters.
Julie, the main protagonist, was so easy to like! She’s smart, funny, and kind.
She really cares about the Watkins Family even though they are not her family. I understand why she wanted to help the family, why she wanted to fix them, because hers is un-fixable.
May I present to you the Watkins Family.
Finn, the oldest son, he’s very adventurous, he loves travelling around the world. Matt, the geek nerd, he’s the middle son. He’s so fuuuuuny, very adorable, lovable! I loved the way he truly cares about Celeste, oh, the quirky yet eccentric Celeste, I liked her so much even Flat-Finn! However, I didn’t actually connect with Mr and Mrs. Watkins, maybe because they weren’t always around. Though, I feel sorry for them because of what happened in their family and I kinda understood the way they handle it because it was the only way they knew how, however, it still was wrong.
The conversations between Finn and Julie was so cute. I found myself smiling because finn is, asdfghjklr <3 I couldn’t help myself, I fell in love with him and didn’t regret it. Don’t get me wrong I also loved Matt. I almost thought that Matt and Julie would only remain friends, their banters are so cute
One of favorites was the font nerd talk! It really was hilarious! Btw, I also liked the Facebook statuses.
But the as the story goes on, their relationship progress into a different kind of level. It’s a love triangle.. but.. not really.
As much as I love to talk about Flat-Out Love. I have to stop now because I might give away something because there is a really, really huge bomb in this and it will surely leave your jaw hangin’! I don’t want to spoil it, you better find out for yourself. So, what are you waiting for? Go. Read.
All in all, Flat-Out Love was a fun, amazing, heart-warming read. It has the right amount of family issues and romance. Flat-Out Love will surely teach you something you will absolutely treasure!
What about you? What are your thoughts about this book! Leave a comment! xo