White Girl Problems!



Why did the white girl cross the road… uhhh never mind.
When a severely drunk, and slightly drugged, Finley Roze slipped into a hospital bed, she never imagined it would start her on a path to meeting the man of her dreams.
Mostly because she didn’t believe in the man of her dreams, what seventeen year old even thinks of that?
But when Aiden Sorenson turns out to be Mr. Right everything else ends up being wrong, including Finley’s family history.
Finley is exactly what she appears to be, callous, selfish, shallow, and completely friggen unlucky and everything changes when she meets him.
But Aiden isn’t what he seems.
And when Finley discovers just WHAT he is, she is not as impressed as she should be.
She’s scared.
But sometimes the problem with meeting Prince Charming is letting yourself be open to the possibility of True Love
Don’t miss this True Love Story, AKA a fairytale romance.
Just don’t tell Finley.
You will want to check out this season’s most sarcastically romantic YA read!!
(Blurb from Amazon)
Let me gush over how adorable this cover is! It’s one of my favorites… possibly ever! #loveit #ithinkthisbookreviewrequireshashtags #WhiteGirlProblems :]
Can Tara Brown write a book I don’t enjoy? My guess is no, because I have yet to pick up something by this amazing author and not enjoy it start to finish!
White Girl Problems is a very 21st century fairy tale.
From her Ugg boots to her need to instagram everything, Finley is about as “white girl” as anyone can get. I love Finley. I love that she’s immature and silly and real. She doesn’t change over night and she has flaws that are still apparent at the end of the novel, but she’s working on herself and she’s growing up and she’s maturing.
Aiden is your classic prince charming with a twist… he doesn’t always say or do the right thing… in fact, he seems to mess up quite a lot- don’t worry, he always makes up for it and it’s never intentional.  He’s trying to work out his love for Finley and his family issues and he always has good intentions. He’s a great character and totally book boyfriend worthy!
Hattie and Jess are wonderful characters as well that I couldn’t help but fall in love with. What can I say? I relate to the girl who spends too much time locked in her room on computers… though I never played WOW. And what’s not to love about a feisty old lady? Especially when she’s a better parent/role model for Finely than anyone else has ever been.
White Girl Problems is one of my favorite reads of the year!
I had a smile on my face more often than not because it was just such a fun book to devour… and I did devour it!

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