Foolish Hearts

Foolish Hearts

A contemporary novel about a girl whose high school production of A Midsummer Night's Dream leads her to new friends?and maybe even new love. The day of the last party of the summer, Claudia overhears a conversation she wasn't supposed to. Now on the wrong side of one of the meanest girls in school, Claudia doesn't know what to expect when the two are paired up to write a p A contemporary novel about a girl whose high school production of A Midsummer Night's Dream leads her to new friend...

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Title:Foolish Hearts
Author:Emma Mills
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Genres:Contemporary
ISBN:Quick Bright Things
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Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

Foolish Hearts Reviews

  • Heather 'Bookables'
    Dec 08, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

    While I did skim to the end, I?m still going to mark this as DNF since I didn?t really consume the meat of the book. I think I?ve simply grown out of these stories; 16 year old Chelsea would have loved it though and I think it?ll be a wonderful story for age appropriate readers...

    Full review posted: Emma Mills must have like a special sauce she consumes before writing a book bc the way shes able to craft these fluffy, emotional, heartwarming stories with important undertones is truly a work of art. THERE?S SO MANY AMAZING ASPECTS TO THIS BOOK WHERE DO ...

    Adorable read!! ...

  • Larry H
    Dec 09, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

  • Lola  Reviewer
    Nov 01, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

    While I did skim to the end, I?m still going to mark this as DNF since I didn?t really consume the meat of the book. I think I?ve simply grown out of these stories; 16 year old Chelsea would have loved it though and I think it?ll be a wonderful story for age appropriate readers...

    Full review posted: Emma Mills must have like a special sauce she consumes before writing a book bc the way shes able to craft these fluffy, emotional, heartwarming stories with important undertones is truly a work of art. THERE?S SO MANY AMAZING ASPECTS TO THIS BOOK WHERE DO ...

    Adorable read!! ...

    December Owlcrate ? Close-us and descriptions in the link below picture. MORE PICS ...

    4.5/5 stars "You need Google Maps to find your way out of my eyes, or at least a comparable navigation app" Hello, hi, I'm coming to you from riding the longest a roller coaster ride of emotions of 2018. Yes, we are like 4 days into the new year, but that's beside the point. Th...

    3.5 stars. This is a real page-turner, perfect for reluctant teens. Granted, it?s light and not the kind of read that will change the way you look at the world, but it will give you a few good laughs, warm your heart for sure and possibly encourage you to get closer to someone you ca...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin
    Dec 17, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

    While I did skim to the end, I?m still going to mark this as DNF since I didn?t really consume the meat of the book. I think I?ve simply grown out of these stories; 16 year old Chelsea would have loved it though and I think it?ll be a wonderful story for age appropriate readers...

    Full review posted: Emma Mills must have like a special sauce she consumes before writing a book bc the way shes able to craft these fluffy, emotional, heartwarming stories with important undertones is truly a work of art. THERE?S SO MANY AMAZING ASPECTS TO THIS BOOK WHERE DO ...

    Adorable read!! ...

    December Owlcrate ? Close-us and descriptions in the link below picture. MORE PICS ...

  • Korrina  (OwlCrate)
    May 08, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

    While I did skim to the end, I?m still going to mark this as DNF since I didn?t really consume the meat of the book. I think I?ve simply grown out of these stories; 16 year old Chelsea would have loved it though and I think it?ll be a wonderful story for age appropriate readers...

    Full review posted: Emma Mills must have like a special sauce she consumes before writing a book bc the way shes able to craft these fluffy, emotional, heartwarming stories with important undertones is truly a work of art. THERE?S SO MANY AMAZING ASPECTS TO THIS BOOK WHERE DO ...

    Adorable read!! ...

    December Owlcrate ? Close-us and descriptions in the link below picture. MORE PICS ...

    4.5/5 stars "You need Google Maps to find your way out of my eyes, or at least a comparable navigation app" Hello, hi, I'm coming to you from riding the longest a roller coaster ride of emotions of 2018. Yes, we are like 4 days into the new year, but that's beside the point. Th...

    3.5 stars. This is a real page-turner, perfect for reluctant teens. Granted, it?s light and not the kind of read that will change the way you look at the world, but it will give you a few good laughs, warm your heart for sure and possibly encourage you to get closer to someone you ca...

    I think this was more a *it's not you, it's me* thing, so I'm going to refrain from leaving a rating for now, perhaps til closer to the review date. I don't normally try out contemporary, and I'm a little older than the target audience, so I'll credit that to being part of it. Witho...

    Oh my gosh, this book was so fantastic! I feel so light and happy after reading it. It may just be the funniest book I've ever read...I honestly don't think I've ever laughed out loud so much while reading a book like I did this one. Bahhhhhh! SO GOOD. ...

  • Misstdennis
    Dec 29, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

    While I did skim to the end, I?m still going to mark this as DNF since I didn?t really consume the meat of the book. I think I?ve simply grown out of these stories; 16 year old Chelsea would have loved it though and I think it?ll be a wonderful story for age appropriate readers...

    Full review posted: Emma Mills must have like a special sauce she consumes before writing a book bc the way shes able to craft these fluffy, emotional, heartwarming stories with important undertones is truly a work of art. THERE?S SO MANY AMAZING ASPECTS TO THIS BOOK WHERE DO ...

    Adorable read!! ...

    December Owlcrate ? Close-us and descriptions in the link below picture. MORE PICS ...

    4.5/5 stars "You need Google Maps to find your way out of my eyes, or at least a comparable navigation app" Hello, hi, I'm coming to you from riding the longest a roller coaster ride of emotions of 2018. Yes, we are like 4 days into the new year, but that's beside the point. Th...

  • Chelsea Humphrey
    Oct 14, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

    While I did skim to the end, I?m still going to mark this as DNF since I didn?t really consume the meat of the book. I think I?ve simply grown out of these stories; 16 year old Chelsea would have loved it though and I think it?ll be a wonderful story for age appropriate readers...

  • brooklynnnne
    Nov 17, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

    While I did skim to the end, I?m still going to mark this as DNF since I didn?t really consume the meat of the book. I think I?ve simply grown out of these stories; 16 year old Chelsea would have loved it though and I think it?ll be a wonderful story for age appropriate readers...

    Full review posted: Emma Mills must have like a special sauce she consumes before writing a book bc the way shes able to craft these fluffy, emotional, heartwarming stories with important undertones is truly a work of art. THERE?S SO MANY AMAZING ASPECTS TO THIS BOOK WHERE DO ...

    Adorable read!! ...

    December Owlcrate ? Close-us and descriptions in the link below picture. MORE PICS ...

    4.5/5 stars "You need Google Maps to find your way out of my eyes, or at least a comparable navigation app" Hello, hi, I'm coming to you from riding the longest a roller coaster ride of emotions of 2018. Yes, we are like 4 days into the new year, but that's beside the point. Th...

    3.5 stars. This is a real page-turner, perfect for reluctant teens. Granted, it?s light and not the kind of read that will change the way you look at the world, but it will give you a few good laughs, warm your heart for sure and possibly encourage you to get closer to someone you ca...

    I think this was more a *it's not you, it's me* thing, so I'm going to refrain from leaving a rating for now, perhaps til closer to the review date. I don't normally try out contemporary, and I'm a little older than the target audience, so I'll credit that to being part of it. Witho...

    Oh my gosh, this book was so fantastic! I feel so light and happy after reading it. It may just be the funniest book I've ever read...I honestly don't think I've ever laughed out loud so much while reading a book like I did this one. Bahhhhhh! SO GOOD. ...

    This was such an enjoyable novel to read! Prior to reading this novel, I had not read anything or heard of anything written by Emma Mills before. Due to that, I was unreasonably apprehensive going into this novel and I didn't have high expectations but I'm happy to say that I was wr...

  • maybelline™
    Oct 21, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

    While I did skim to the end, I?m still going to mark this as DNF since I didn?t really consume the meat of the book. I think I?ve simply grown out of these stories; 16 year old Chelsea would have loved it though and I think it?ll be a wonderful story for age appropriate readers...

    Full review posted: Emma Mills must have like a special sauce she consumes before writing a book bc the way shes able to craft these fluffy, emotional, heartwarming stories with important undertones is truly a work of art. THERE?S SO MANY AMAZING ASPECTS TO THIS BOOK WHERE DO ...

  • Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink
    Jun 10, 2017

    I'm between 3.5 and 4 stars on this one. Every so often, after I've read a number of thrillers, crime novels, or even emotionally draining books in a row, I seek out what I like to call a "literary palate-cleanser," essentially a book which appears to be a little bit lighter in tone...

    While I did skim to the end, I?m still going to mark this as DNF since I didn?t really consume the meat of the book. I think I?ve simply grown out of these stories; 16 year old Chelsea would have loved it though and I think it?ll be a wonderful story for age appropriate readers...

    Full review posted: Emma Mills must have like a special sauce she consumes before writing a book bc the way shes able to craft these fluffy, emotional, heartwarming stories with important undertones is truly a work of art. THERE?S SO MANY AMAZING ASPECTS TO THIS BOOK WHERE DO ...

    Adorable read!! ...

    December Owlcrate ? Close-us and descriptions in the link below picture. MORE PICS ...

    4.5/5 stars "You need Google Maps to find your way out of my eyes, or at least a comparable navigation app" Hello, hi, I'm coming to you from riding the longest a roller coaster ride of emotions of 2018. Yes, we are like 4 days into the new year, but that's beside the point. Th...

    3.5 stars. This is a real page-turner, perfect for reluctant teens. Granted, it?s light and not the kind of read that will change the way you look at the world, but it will give you a few good laughs, warm your heart for sure and possibly encourage you to get closer to someone you ca...

    I think this was more a *it's not you, it's me* thing, so I'm going to refrain from leaving a rating for now, perhaps til closer to the review date. I don't normally try out contemporary, and I'm a little older than the target audience, so I'll credit that to being part of it. Witho...