This summer I read, " A Little Something Different" by Sandy Hall. I really enjoyed the book because, as the title says, it really is a little something different. I rated this book 4 stars because the book was very simple and easy. I liked it for its simplicity, but I think it could have dug a little deeper. It felt a little one-dimensional, and so I took one star away for that. Other than that, I think this is the type of book that I would read again if I was bored or going on a long car ride. I liked the way we got to know all the characters on a more personal level because we were in their thoughts, even though a lot of the characters held no importance to the main duo. Watching the awkward love birds blossom their relationship was equally adorable as it was painful to read. One thing I really enjoy in books is when it is a light-hearted read, so you can casually read it whenever and wherever. This book is perfect for that, in fact, you could even finish it one day if you wanted.
I would totally recommend this book to anyone who was a little cheesy college romance. Anyone who needs a break between intense books or just a book to read without any effort, this is it! The book is about two college students, Lea and Gabe, who are literally made for each other, and it's obvious to everyone around them. They like each other a lot but still have not managed to confess and start dating. As you read, you go through a year of college and swap the points of view as you read. We see interactions between Lea and Gabe through the eyes of other people like their creative writing teacher and her wife, two students from that class, the bus driver, a squirrel, a bench, Lea and Gabe's friends, and a few more. It's the story of how they slowly come closer to each other and eventually learn about each other and their mysteries.