I Wanna Be Where You Are

I Wanna Be Where You Are

When Chloe Pierce?s mom forbids her to apply for a spot at the dance conservatory of her dreams, she devises a secret plan to drive two hundred miles to the nearest audition. But Chloe hits her first speed bump when her annoying neighbor Eli insists upon hitching a ride, threatening to tell Chloe?s mom if she leaves him and his smelly dog, Geezer, behind. So now Chloe?s ch When Chloe Pierce?s mom forbids her to apply for a spot at the dance conservatory of her dreams, she devises a se...

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Title:I Wanna Be Where You Are
Author:Kristina Forest
Rating:
Genres:Contemporary
ISBN:1250294886
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:272 pages pages

I Wanna Be Where You Are Reviews

  • Christina (A Reader of Fictions)
    May 21, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

  • Ms. Yingling
    Apr 11, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

  • Ashley
    Jan 03, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Professional ballet is Chloe's dream, so when she gets the chance to audition for an important conservatory, she obviously wants to. The problem is that her mom won't let her. So Chloe comes up ...

    ?Confidence starts here? she says, pointing at my heart. ?You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want.?- Kristina Forest, I Wanna Be Where You Are Trigger Warnings: Car accident, mentions death of car accident, vomiting. Rep: Black, LGBT...

    This book began weak and continued to diminish. I wanted to DNF it but I didn't due to work reasons but man, I was unimpressed with this work. Which makes me sad. Because I liked that dance aspect. I thought Chloe's love of dance was the best part of the whole thing. The entire prem...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Actual Rating: 3.5 Short and Simple Review I have a bit of a soft spot for road trip books, especially those involving hate-to-love relationships. So I of course wanted to read this book. This was exactly the feel-good...

    Such a light and breezy book! I loved it. I like stories about ballet and Chloe here is a dancer! ? The book is filled with teens stepping out of their comfort zone, going out and standing up for what they want, sticking with what they are passionate about. Chloe has been a g...

    ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I read and enjoyed this young adult novel. I Wanna Be Where You Are is a heartwarming contemporary young adult novel about friendship, dance, the power of dreams, and redemption. I loved meeting Chloe and Eli, and while...

    A wonderful debut about the joys and fears that come about when you risk it all to chase your dreams. This book is fun and intense and funny and sad, it really takes you on a journey and I loved every second of it! Kristina Forest is a powerful and talented voice and I can't wait to se...

    Do I know what this book is about? No. Do I wanna read this book solely based on this stunning cover? Heck yeah ?? ...

    Just, the cutest. ...

  • Darcy
    Mar 09, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Professional ballet is Chloe's dream, so when she gets the chance to audition for an important conservatory, she obviously wants to. The problem is that her mom won't let her. So Chloe comes up ...

  • Morgan (The Bookish Beagle)
    Apr 10, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

  • Nikki S
    Jun 02, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

  • Sana
    Jan 08, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

  • Lea (drumsofautumn)
    May 15, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

  • laurel [suspected bibliophile]
    Jun 04, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

  • Marie
    Apr 27, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

  • Jessica (The Psychotic Nerd)
    Jun 22, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Professional ballet is Chloe's dream, so when she gets the chance to audition for an important conservatory, she obviously wants to. The problem is that her mom won't let her. So Chloe comes up ...

    ?Confidence starts here? she says, pointing at my heart. ?You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want.?- Kristina Forest, I Wanna Be Where You Are Trigger Warnings: Car accident, mentions death of car accident, vomiting. Rep: Black, LGBT...

    This book began weak and continued to diminish. I wanted to DNF it but I didn't due to work reasons but man, I was unimpressed with this work. Which makes me sad. Because I liked that dance aspect. I thought Chloe's love of dance was the best part of the whole thing. The entire prem...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Actual Rating: 3.5 Short and Simple Review I have a bit of a soft spot for road trip books, especially those involving hate-to-love relationships. So I of course wanted to read this book. This was exactly the feel-good...

  • Justin A Reynolds
    Aug 20, 2018

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

  • Maya
    Aug 30, 2018

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

  • Kales
    Jun 10, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Professional ballet is Chloe's dream, so when she gets the chance to audition for an important conservatory, she obviously wants to. The problem is that her mom won't let her. So Chloe comes up ...

    ?Confidence starts here? she says, pointing at my heart. ?You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want.?- Kristina Forest, I Wanna Be Where You Are Trigger Warnings: Car accident, mentions death of car accident, vomiting. Rep: Black, LGBT...

    This book began weak and continued to diminish. I wanted to DNF it but I didn't due to work reasons but man, I was unimpressed with this work. Which makes me sad. Because I liked that dance aspect. I thought Chloe's love of dance was the best part of the whole thing. The entire prem...

  • Lola
    Mar 10, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

  • Catfairy Books
    Jun 11, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

  • Afoma Umesi
    Mar 06, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Professional ballet is Chloe's dream, so when she gets the chance to audition for an important conservatory, she obviously wants to. The problem is that her mom won't let her. So Chloe comes up ...

    ?Confidence starts here? she says, pointing at my heart. ?You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want.?- Kristina Forest, I Wanna Be Where You Are Trigger Warnings: Car accident, mentions death of car accident, vomiting. Rep: Black, LGBT...

    This book began weak and continued to diminish. I wanted to DNF it but I didn't due to work reasons but man, I was unimpressed with this work. Which makes me sad. Because I liked that dance aspect. I thought Chloe's love of dance was the best part of the whole thing. The entire prem...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Actual Rating: 3.5 Short and Simple Review I have a bit of a soft spot for road trip books, especially those involving hate-to-love relationships. So I of course wanted to read this book. This was exactly the feel-good...

    Such a light and breezy book! I loved it. I like stories about ballet and Chloe here is a dancer! ? The book is filled with teens stepping out of their comfort zone, going out and standing up for what they want, sticking with what they are passionate about. Chloe has been a g...

    ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I read and enjoyed this young adult novel. I Wanna Be Where You Are is a heartwarming contemporary young adult novel about friendship, dance, the power of dreams, and redemption. I loved meeting Chloe and Eli, and while...

  • Adriana Martinez Figueroa
    Mar 22, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

  • Mandy
    Jul 22, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

  • Shay Seymour
    Oct 02, 2018

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

  • Latanya (Crafty Scribbles)
    May 28, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    May 25, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

  • Carolina
    Jul 29, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

  • Lorraine (Reading With Lori)
    Jun 27, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Professional ballet is Chloe's dream, so when she gets the chance to audition for an important conservatory, she obviously wants to. The problem is that her mom won't let her. So Chloe comes up ...

    ?Confidence starts here? she says, pointing at my heart. ?You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want.?- Kristina Forest, I Wanna Be Where You Are Trigger Warnings: Car accident, mentions death of car accident, vomiting. Rep: Black, LGBT...

  • Lior
    Jun 05, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Professional ballet is Chloe's dream, so when she gets the chance to audition for an important conservatory, she obviously wants to. The problem is that her mom won't let her. So Chloe comes up ...

    ?Confidence starts here? she says, pointing at my heart. ?You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want.?- Kristina Forest, I Wanna Be Where You Are Trigger Warnings: Car accident, mentions death of car accident, vomiting. Rep: Black, LGBT...

    This book began weak and continued to diminish. I wanted to DNF it but I didn't due to work reasons but man, I was unimpressed with this work. Which makes me sad. Because I liked that dance aspect. I thought Chloe's love of dance was the best part of the whole thing. The entire prem...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Actual Rating: 3.5 Short and Simple Review I have a bit of a soft spot for road trip books, especially those involving hate-to-love relationships. So I of course wanted to read this book. This was exactly the feel-good...

    Such a light and breezy book! I loved it. I like stories about ballet and Chloe here is a dancer! ? The book is filled with teens stepping out of their comfort zone, going out and standing up for what they want, sticking with what they are passionate about. Chloe has been a g...

    ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I read and enjoyed this young adult novel. I Wanna Be Where You Are is a heartwarming contemporary young adult novel about friendship, dance, the power of dreams, and redemption. I loved meeting Chloe and Eli, and while...

    A wonderful debut about the joys and fears that come about when you risk it all to chase your dreams. This book is fun and intense and funny and sad, it really takes you on a journey and I loved every second of it! Kristina Forest is a powerful and talented voice and I can't wait to se...

    Do I know what this book is about? No. Do I wanna read this book solely based on this stunning cover? Heck yeah ?? ...

  • Rena
    Jan 24, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

  • Natasha Diaz
    Jan 20, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Professional ballet is Chloe's dream, so when she gets the chance to audition for an important conservatory, she obviously wants to. The problem is that her mom won't let her. So Chloe comes up ...

    ?Confidence starts here? she says, pointing at my heart. ?You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want.?- Kristina Forest, I Wanna Be Where You Are Trigger Warnings: Car accident, mentions death of car accident, vomiting. Rep: Black, LGBT...

    This book began weak and continued to diminish. I wanted to DNF it but I didn't due to work reasons but man, I was unimpressed with this work. Which makes me sad. Because I liked that dance aspect. I thought Chloe's love of dance was the best part of the whole thing. The entire prem...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Actual Rating: 3.5 Short and Simple Review I have a bit of a soft spot for road trip books, especially those involving hate-to-love relationships. So I of course wanted to read this book. This was exactly the feel-good...

    Such a light and breezy book! I loved it. I like stories about ballet and Chloe here is a dancer! ? The book is filled with teens stepping out of their comfort zone, going out and standing up for what they want, sticking with what they are passionate about. Chloe has been a g...

    ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I read and enjoyed this young adult novel. I Wanna Be Where You Are is a heartwarming contemporary young adult novel about friendship, dance, the power of dreams, and redemption. I loved meeting Chloe and Eli, and while...

    A wonderful debut about the joys and fears that come about when you risk it all to chase your dreams. This book is fun and intense and funny and sad, it really takes you on a journey and I loved every second of it! Kristina Forest is a powerful and talented voice and I can't wait to se...

  • Snjez
    Jul 16, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

  • Rodoreads
    Jun 10, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...

    Kristina Forest writes a lovely, contemporary piece about a young girl striving to reach her ballet goals while balancing love and life on a brief road trip. Meet Chloe. She wants to dance for Avery Johnson and his conservatory. However, the audition is in D.C.. Can she get there ...

    This was adorable and I loved it so very much okay that's all I have to say, adorable and a lot of love for this marshmallow-y book. <3 Read my full review of I Wanna Be Where You Are on the blog. Thank you so, so much to MacMillan International for the ARC of this book. This ...

    This was a very sweet, light read. Nothing groundbreaking in terms of plot but still very enjoyable. I liked the characters. I liked the road trip. I was quite satisfied with the ending, I think it fit the story very well. I only wish the reason for Chloe disliking Eli was introduc...

    Very cute! I really enjoyed this debut. Chloe was a great character to root for, although Eli?s sister Larissa might have been my favorite! ...

    These are the most positive 3 stars I might have ever given. I enjoyed this novel a lot and there's really nothing I can criticize. It's just very simplistic and didn't do much for me emotionally but I highly recommend it! This is a really fun road trip novel that features all o...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Chloe aspired to be a ballet dancer, and was thrilled to hear that one of her ballet idols was opening a dance conservatory. Her mother had forbidden her from attending the New York auditions, but when the fates intervened, and her best friend helped her lie to her...

    Y'all, this was everything I've ever wanted. Last August I asked people to name some fluffy Black romances that centers on 2 Black teens falling in love. Needless to say, there weren't that many. I don't remember who told me about this book, but I spent everyday after it reminding peop...

    *screams* THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING ROMCOM BYEEEEE ...

    Easily one of my most anticipated books of 2019! This one can?t come soon enough! ...

    Trigger warning: death (of parent) / Rep: Black main characters, gay side character This book was exactly what I needed. It was like a dose of fluff, feels, and just genuine joy being poured over me instead of cold water. I loved being in this book and book world. It If you are look...

    can kristina forest just write a dozen more contemporaries?? pls and thank u actual rating: 4.25/5 ...

    Great debuts make me so happy. Especially when they have fabulous covers, because it makes me hope people will discover the book and read it. Let?s be real: we?re all at least a little bit shallow. I Wanna Be Where You Are has both, and it made me smile pretty much the whole way th...

    Kristina Forest?s debut novel was filled with heart and cuteness overload! This book literally gave me a toothache and Chloe is one of the most adorable and fierce characters I have ever read! ...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Enjoyed the premise, but it's more of a YA book. First, there's a lot of high school whining and not getting along with a neighbor boy (who smokes), and then there are a lot of f bombs. Too bad. I liked the idea of going for a ballet audition, and need more ...

    This cover is so beautiful! ...

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an e-arc in exchange for an honest review! Professional ballet is Chloe's dream, so when she gets the chance to audition for an important conservatory, she obviously wants to. The problem is that her mom won't let her. So Chloe comes up ...

    ?Confidence starts here? she says, pointing at my heart. ?You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want.?- Kristina Forest, I Wanna Be Where You Are Trigger Warnings: Car accident, mentions death of car accident, vomiting. Rep: Black, LGBT...

    This book began weak and continued to diminish. I wanted to DNF it but I didn't due to work reasons but man, I was unimpressed with this work. Which makes me sad. Because I liked that dance aspect. I thought Chloe's love of dance was the best part of the whole thing. The entire prem...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Actual Rating: 3.5 Short and Simple Review I have a bit of a soft spot for road trip books, especially those involving hate-to-love relationships. So I of course wanted to read this book. This was exactly the feel-good...

    Such a light and breezy book! I loved it. I like stories about ballet and Chloe here is a dancer! ? The book is filled with teens stepping out of their comfort zone, going out and standing up for what they want, sticking with what they are passionate about. Chloe has been a g...

  • caitlin ✶
    Aug 02, 2019

    Isn?t the cover just lovely? It makes me think that it wouldn?t be so bad living in a 2D world if everything looked so soft and colourful. Still, let?s keep it 3D for now. This is a decent story. It is fairly short and well-paced so it will most definitely not feel like a cho...

    I want to be wherever finished copies of this book are. ...

    I was so lucky to get to read this book early, and I read it in one straight sitting. I Wanna Be Where You Are is the perfect summer read! It's breezy and sweetly romantic, but it also is very much about growing up and becoming who you were always meant to be, even if your parents ...

    Chloe has known since forever that her destiny is ballet, but her mom won't let her audition for an exclusive NYC ballet conservatory started up by Chloe's favorite professional dancer. When her mom goes on a cruise, Chloe realizes she's got a chance to drive from New Jersey to DC to a...

    'You have to take hold of the world and demand that it gives you what you want. That's what I do. It doesn't always come easy, regardless of how it looks.' THIS WAS ADORABLE-ST (even though there were a few time when I wanted to just talk a hold of Eli and shake him, boys gah) Ch...

    I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life changing going in, but I expected something fluffy, light & happy, and this was just... forgettable. There?s nothing glaringly wrong about it, but yeah ??? I knew that this book wasn?t gonna be anything life chang...