Layover

Layover

Flynn: At first we were almost strangers. But ever since I moved to New York, Amos was the one person I could count on. And together we were there for Poppy. (I mean, what kind of parents leave their kid to be raised by a nanny?) I just didn?t expect to fall for him?and I never expected him to leave us. Amos: I thought I was the only one who felt it. I told myself it was be Flynn: At first we were almost strangers. But ever since I moved to New York, Amos was the one person I could cou...

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Title:Layover
Author:Amy Andelson
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:1524764876
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:272 pages pages

Layover Reviews

  • Julie
    Oct 23, 2017

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

  • Meg - A Bookish Affair
    Feb 09, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

    "Layover" is the story of step-siblings Amos and Flynn and their half-sister, Poppy. They are getting ready to go on a family vacation to Bora Bora with a layover at LAX. Poppy overheard something their parents said and tells Amos and Flynn. It upsets them so much that they decide they...

  • Emily
    Apr 11, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

    "Layover" is the story of step-siblings Amos and Flynn and their half-sister, Poppy. They are getting ready to go on a family vacation to Bora Bora with a layover at LAX. Poppy overheard something their parents said and tells Amos and Flynn. It upsets them so much that they decide they...

    Pros: Use of words like contrarian, acquiesced, profiteroles, and proprietary possessiveness. The idea siblings would skip the trip to Bora Bora to be together before the blended family is broken up. Setting - SoCal - gatta love mentions of La Brea, In-and-Out Burger, Disneyland, PC...

    I don't know what to say, I'm just... well, I'm a bit confused and disappointed. I thought that this story had potential, it sounded like a very fun story overall, but once I got into it....it ended up lacking, in both plot and characterization. I didn't really connect with the charact...

    DNF after 100 pages. I was hoping this would be a cute, quick read - but the fact that our 2 main characters are clearly in love with each other...and are step-siblings...was too much for me. Plus the 3rd POV of their 10-year-old sister felt like it didn't fit with the storyline. Overa...

    Ummmm so nothing really happened in this book. It was all trite and boring. Skip it. ...

    more like 2.5 there was nothibg happening on the story ...

    Things I liked: sibling bonding, different reactions to divorce, showing what anxiety is like, fun travel and sight-seeing adventures Things that annoyed me: TOO MANY FLASHBACKS which completely messed with the pacing of the plot, writing the characters as old enough to handle adul...

    The cover is SO pretty and perfect. I couldn?t wait to read this. Then I changed my mind for some reason and forgot why, so I decided to read it because the cover WAS SO PRETTY. And then I remembered why I decided not to read it. The main character is into her stepbrother. ...

  • Ciara (Lost at Midnight)
    Jan 04, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

  • Jessica Arnold
    Oct 12, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

    "Layover" is the story of step-siblings Amos and Flynn and their half-sister, Poppy. They are getting ready to go on a family vacation to Bora Bora with a layover at LAX. Poppy overheard something their parents said and tells Amos and Flynn. It upsets them so much that they decide they...

    Pros: Use of words like contrarian, acquiesced, profiteroles, and proprietary possessiveness. The idea siblings would skip the trip to Bora Bora to be together before the blended family is broken up. Setting - SoCal - gatta love mentions of La Brea, In-and-Out Burger, Disneyland, PC...

    I don't know what to say, I'm just... well, I'm a bit confused and disappointed. I thought that this story had potential, it sounded like a very fun story overall, but once I got into it....it ended up lacking, in both plot and characterization. I didn't really connect with the charact...

    DNF after 100 pages. I was hoping this would be a cute, quick read - but the fact that our 2 main characters are clearly in love with each other...and are step-siblings...was too much for me. Plus the 3rd POV of their 10-year-old sister felt like it didn't fit with the storyline. Overa...

  • ضحى الحداد
    May 25, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

  • Michelle
    Feb 15, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

  • Linda Munro
    Jan 25, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

  • Rmsooon
    Mar 11, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

    "Layover" is the story of step-siblings Amos and Flynn and their half-sister, Poppy. They are getting ready to go on a family vacation to Bora Bora with a layover at LAX. Poppy overheard something their parents said and tells Amos and Flynn. It upsets them so much that they decide they...

    Pros: Use of words like contrarian, acquiesced, profiteroles, and proprietary possessiveness. The idea siblings would skip the trip to Bora Bora to be together before the blended family is broken up. Setting - SoCal - gatta love mentions of La Brea, In-and-Out Burger, Disneyland, PC...

    I don't know what to say, I'm just... well, I'm a bit confused and disappointed. I thought that this story had potential, it sounded like a very fun story overall, but once I got into it....it ended up lacking, in both plot and characterization. I didn't really connect with the charact...

    DNF after 100 pages. I was hoping this would be a cute, quick read - but the fact that our 2 main characters are clearly in love with each other...and are step-siblings...was too much for me. Plus the 3rd POV of their 10-year-old sister felt like it didn't fit with the storyline. Overa...

    Ummmm so nothing really happened in this book. It was all trite and boring. Skip it. ...

    more like 2.5 there was nothibg happening on the story ...

  • Jenn Lopez
    Jan 05, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

    "Layover" is the story of step-siblings Amos and Flynn and their half-sister, Poppy. They are getting ready to go on a family vacation to Bora Bora with a layover at LAX. Poppy overheard something their parents said and tells Amos and Flynn. It upsets them so much that they decide they...

    Pros: Use of words like contrarian, acquiesced, profiteroles, and proprietary possessiveness. The idea siblings would skip the trip to Bora Bora to be together before the blended family is broken up. Setting - SoCal - gatta love mentions of La Brea, In-and-Out Burger, Disneyland, PC...

  • Marie
    Nov 23, 2017

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

    "Layover" is the story of step-siblings Amos and Flynn and their half-sister, Poppy. They are getting ready to go on a family vacation to Bora Bora with a layover at LAX. Poppy overheard something their parents said and tells Amos and Flynn. It upsets them so much that they decide they...

    Pros: Use of words like contrarian, acquiesced, profiteroles, and proprietary possessiveness. The idea siblings would skip the trip to Bora Bora to be together before the blended family is broken up. Setting - SoCal - gatta love mentions of La Brea, In-and-Out Burger, Disneyland, PC...

    I don't know what to say, I'm just... well, I'm a bit confused and disappointed. I thought that this story had potential, it sounded like a very fun story overall, but once I got into it....it ended up lacking, in both plot and characterization. I didn't really connect with the charact...

  • Kelley
    Jun 01, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

  • Autumn
    Oct 11, 2017

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

    "Layover" is the story of step-siblings Amos and Flynn and their half-sister, Poppy. They are getting ready to go on a family vacation to Bora Bora with a layover at LAX. Poppy overheard something their parents said and tells Amos and Flynn. It upsets them so much that they decide they...

    Pros: Use of words like contrarian, acquiesced, profiteroles, and proprietary possessiveness. The idea siblings would skip the trip to Bora Bora to be together before the blended family is broken up. Setting - SoCal - gatta love mentions of La Brea, In-and-Out Burger, Disneyland, PC...

    I don't know what to say, I'm just... well, I'm a bit confused and disappointed. I thought that this story had potential, it sounded like a very fun story overall, but once I got into it....it ended up lacking, in both plot and characterization. I didn't really connect with the charact...

    DNF after 100 pages. I was hoping this would be a cute, quick read - but the fact that our 2 main characters are clearly in love with each other...and are step-siblings...was too much for me. Plus the 3rd POV of their 10-year-old sister felt like it didn't fit with the storyline. Overa...

    Ummmm so nothing really happened in this book. It was all trite and boring. Skip it. ...

    more like 2.5 there was nothibg happening on the story ...

    Things I liked: sibling bonding, different reactions to divorce, showing what anxiety is like, fun travel and sight-seeing adventures Things that annoyed me: TOO MANY FLASHBACKS which completely messed with the pacing of the plot, writing the characters as old enough to handle adul...

    The cover is SO pretty and perfect. I couldn?t wait to read this. Then I changed my mind for some reason and forgot why, so I decided to read it because the cover WAS SO PRETTY. And then I remembered why I decided not to read it. The main character is into her stepbrother. ...

    Received as an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Hmmm...I have mixed feelings about this one. The whole thing seemed very rushed, but yet parts of it just dragged on and on. It was likened to Clueless (movie) and Tell Me Three Things (book), but it didn't really fe...

  • Clara
    Jan 20, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

  • Katherine Paschal
    Feb 23, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

  • Jen | Jen Talks Audiobooks
    Jan 13, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

  • Kinsey
    Apr 17, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

    "Layover" is the story of step-siblings Amos and Flynn and their half-sister, Poppy. They are getting ready to go on a family vacation to Bora Bora with a layover at LAX. Poppy overheard something their parents said and tells Amos and Flynn. It upsets them so much that they decide they...

    Pros: Use of words like contrarian, acquiesced, profiteroles, and proprietary possessiveness. The idea siblings would skip the trip to Bora Bora to be together before the blended family is broken up. Setting - SoCal - gatta love mentions of La Brea, In-and-Out Burger, Disneyland, PC...

    I don't know what to say, I'm just... well, I'm a bit confused and disappointed. I thought that this story had potential, it sounded like a very fun story overall, but once I got into it....it ended up lacking, in both plot and characterization. I didn't really connect with the charact...

    DNF after 100 pages. I was hoping this would be a cute, quick read - but the fact that our 2 main characters are clearly in love with each other...and are step-siblings...was too much for me. Plus the 3rd POV of their 10-year-old sister felt like it didn't fit with the storyline. Overa...

    Ummmm so nothing really happened in this book. It was all trite and boring. Skip it. ...

    more like 2.5 there was nothibg happening on the story ...

    Things I liked: sibling bonding, different reactions to divorce, showing what anxiety is like, fun travel and sight-seeing adventures Things that annoyed me: TOO MANY FLASHBACKS which completely messed with the pacing of the plot, writing the characters as old enough to handle adul...

  • Brittany
    May 10, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

  • Alexis Sky
    Jun 24, 2017

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

  • Jemima
    Jan 28, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

  • Sophie "Beware Of The Reader"
    Jan 17, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

  • Lindsey
    Feb 12, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

    This is an Advanced Readers Copy, received via a goodreads giveaway. This story is about a family; not a traditional family but one filled with step-brother, step sister and half-siblings. Amos, is the eldest son of Louisa and step-son of Jack. Flynn is the daughter of Jack who was ...

    "Layover" is the story of step-siblings Amos and Flynn and their half-sister, Poppy. They are getting ready to go on a family vacation to Bora Bora with a layover at LAX. Poppy overheard something their parents said and tells Amos and Flynn. It upsets them so much that they decide they...

    Pros: Use of words like contrarian, acquiesced, profiteroles, and proprietary possessiveness. The idea siblings would skip the trip to Bora Bora to be together before the blended family is broken up. Setting - SoCal - gatta love mentions of La Brea, In-and-Out Burger, Disneyland, PC...

    I don't know what to say, I'm just... well, I'm a bit confused and disappointed. I thought that this story had potential, it sounded like a very fun story overall, but once I got into it....it ended up lacking, in both plot and characterization. I didn't really connect with the charact...

    DNF after 100 pages. I was hoping this would be a cute, quick read - but the fact that our 2 main characters are clearly in love with each other...and are step-siblings...was too much for me. Plus the 3rd POV of their 10-year-old sister felt like it didn't fit with the storyline. Overa...

    Ummmm so nothing really happened in this book. It was all trite and boring. Skip it. ...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Sep 20, 2017

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

  • Morris
    Apr 05, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

  • Nora
    May 14, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

    I really did enjoy the story, I enjoyed the overall atmosphere .. and I certainly LOVED Disneyland <3 .. the story is about three "siblings" and their adventure when they have a layover at Los Angeles, I liked it .. but the ending was weird .. and I still don't get the relationship ...

    I must admit, I was sucked in by the cover and synopsis. I am always up for a good forbidden romance type of thing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find there was a lot more to this story than I anticipated. ?Pro: At its heart, this is a sibling story, and I really enjoyed watch...

    I....have so many thoughts about this book and they are all angry. ...

    Come visit me at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ Neglected siblings Amos, Flynn and Poppy are suppose to fly to Barbados to meet their parents for a family vacation over Christmas. But when they get from New York to California for their layover, the discontent kids decide to e...

    This review (and many others) can be found at Lost in My Library. I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was...wow. I don't DNF many books (even though I've been doing it more lately), but I just couldn't make myself f...

    I?ve just finished Layover by Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer. I picked it up because I really loved the cover and the plot seemed engaging. It?s a YA novel which blends romance and family. It?s certainly not complex and an easy read. It?s fun, it?s quick, totally something you ...

  • alexis
    Dec 19, 2017

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

  • Flavia
    Aug 07, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

  • Sofii♡ (A Book. A Thought.)
    Jan 14, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

  • Vicky Who Reads
    Jan 21, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...

    I really did want to like it but it was lacking a lot and the plot just dragged on. 3 kids in a blended family find out their parents are getting divorced so they choose to runaway to LA to avoid the awkward divorce conversation. Mishaps, a boy, Disneyland make it semi interesting but ...

    2 stars Step-siblings Flynn and Amos, as well as their little sister Poppy, learn of their parents' impending divorce. Flynn and Amos used to be great friends, but a spark between them sent them flying across the country, too scared to acknowledge what was happening between them. ...

  • Aryana Parmar
    Sep 02, 2018

    An ARC has been kindly given by Random House Children via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion 4 stars What a super cute book! I read this story like I would drink hot cocoa on a winter day. I read it in one sitting because everything worked perfectly well together. I ...

    *Huge thanks to Crown Books for sending me a copy of the Layover* DNF @ 10% Normally, I don't DNF books I am sent for review, but Layover is one of the few exceptions because of its rampant "not like other girls" attitude & strangely excessive use of the word "dumb". In every...

    Title: Layover Author: Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer Genre: Young Adult Publication date: February 6, 2018 Just like the book, I'll keep this review rather 'simple'. I relatively use the word 'simple' because it was a simple book to read- no unnecessary hoo-ha. I...

    ?Layover? is a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings and features a sweet romance. While the plot is somewhat implausible, the family dynamics are something many of us can identify with on at least some level. Recommended for the romance lovers out there looking for a story wi...

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: https://bookbriefs.net**Layover is a young adult contemporary novel by authors Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer. I love a great sibling story, which is exactly what I got with Layover. Layover follows three step-siblings- Amos, Flyn...

    This one looks phenomenal! Can't wait to read it! ...

    Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer?s Layover was a quick read that definitely awakened the wanderlust in me! Airports stress me out, but dealing with that stress is normally worth it because my being in an airport either means that I?m leaving on a trip, that I?m returning home from a ...

    I really wanted to like this book, but I guess you don?t always get what you want. I found this book on Goodreads awhile ago and wanted to see where this story was going to go. I didn?t connect with any of the characters and the story just didn?t seem realistic to me. Through the...

    1.5 Stars The characters aren't well characterized and doesn't have a consistent plot, the trip is interesting and some scenes are entertaining but it wasn't what I expected Full Review to Come ...

    I thought this was going to be a super cute and fun summer read. But it really just made me angry and I low key regret that I bothered to finish. It was full of stereotypes and clichés and was a big mess basically from beginning to end. The characters had zero depth and I couldn?t b...

    This was interesting, because I kept expecting it to go one direction and it kept going another. My overall impression is that it had all the elements of a great story, but just missed the mark. For example, the character of Poppy should be cute and endearing. And she is sweet, but ...

    Okay, so this was a good book but I don't know, I feel like there wasn't a very deep plot, you know what I mean? I loved the messages and everything, but the plot could use some help. The characters were ok, but some of the things they did were so... I don't know, not even done on impu...