Ð A Love for the Pages || ↠ PDF Read by ☆ Joy Penny


  • Title: A Love for the Pages
  • Author: Joy Penny
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • An alternate cover edition can be found here and here.Kiss Marry Kill Nineteen year old June Eyermann has always known exactly which of her favorite Byronic heroes goes where She d kiss moody and possessive Rochester from Jane Eyre and marry prideful but repentant Darcy from Pride and Prejudice, leaving obsessive and spiteful Heathcliff from Wuthering Heights to be chuAn alternate cover edition can be found here and here.Kiss Marry Kill Nineteen year old June Eyermann has always known exactly which of her favorite Byronic heroes goes where She d kiss moody and possessive Rochester from Jane Eyre and marry prideful but repentant Darcy from Pride and Prejudice, leaving obsessive and spiteful Heathcliff from Wuthering Heights to be chucked off a cliff but no She couldn t leave any of her heroes behind She lives for her favorite fictional worlds.But June is about to get a serious wake up call when she returns home for the summer after her college freshman year Stuck somewhere between feeling like a kid again under her parents roof and being forced to start acting like an adult with worries about her future career, June looks at the library volunteer position offered to her as a way to keep her sanity for the next few months before she can go back to school.What June doesn t expect to find at the library is her favorite romantic heroes brought to life all in the same man Obstinate, prideful and even a bit rude, Everett Rockford shouldn t exactly be dating material, even if June s heart rate accelerates whenever she s near him But after discovering his enigmatic past and witnessing a few fiery moments of tenderness, June can t help but see Rochester, Darcy and even Heathcliff in Everett If she s going to make it through the summer without becoming a tragic heroine in her own story, she has to separate the man from the ideals of fiction in her head Because if there s one thing she knows about Byronic love stories, it s that they don t always end happily ever after.
    Joy Penny
    Joy Penny writes books, devours stories, and geeks out about everything from classic romance books to manga When she s not working as a freelance writer and book editor, she s probably immersed in her favorite TV shows, period dramas, and anime series She also writes YA speculative fiction as Amy McNulty, and one of her books, Nobody s Goddess, won The Romance Reviews Summer 2016 Readers Choice Award for Young Adult Romance.


    Commentaires:

    Norah Una Sumner
    Such a lovely book!I read it in one sitting and I really enjoyed it.The characters are very interesting-June is a great character and,of course,she is very relatable since she’s a huge bookworm and has many “fictional boyfriends”Everett is a troubled and lovable jackass,who just happens to have an amazing niece Abby who made this book so much lovelier.She is just the cutest.The supporting characters are amazing,too-I really liked June’s brother Owen and his friend and June’s sort-of-ex [...]

    Jenn
    4 Classic Stars A copy was provided by the author to read for an honest review.Best way to describe this book is doing what I love to do best; making a list.What I LOVED:1. Sinjin. I really liked him a lot. I wanted something, ANYTHING, for him. My heart broke for him. He was such a good guy.2. Blake. Oh Blake if only sigh. He was a great friend for Everett and he was funny. 3. Owen. Pain in the butt brother yet for some reason I really liked him.4. Humor. This book was full with bits of humor. [...]

    Lindsay
    This review is a double edged sword. On one hand, I really enjoyed it. But on the other hand, there were a few issues.Initially, I had this as a 3.5 for my rating. But as I get further away from the book, I realize that it really left a favorable impression on me. So, I decided to bump it up to a 4 I was really looking forward to this book because it sounded awesome and I love Pride & Prejudice modernization. My biggest issue was the relationship between Everett and June. I liked June, and I [...]

    Sam
    3.5Huge thank you to Joy Penny for a copy of her book!I'll admit, A Love for the Pages was a touch out of my comfort zone in the sense that I haven't read a lot of New Adult and I'm not big on Byronic classics (although Jane Austen and I? We are buddies!). I'm happy I read this book though because I think it has a lot of honesty and heart, something I appreciate when I a read a contemporary story.June doesn't entire know what she wants to do with her life and she's lost. She's gets treated fa [...]

    Katie Blythe
    *This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review*June Eyermann is the everyday girl. She is going to college but doesn’t know exactly what she wants to major in, so her stepfather thinks a business degree would help in the long run (even though she doesn’t really want to major in that.) Her favorite books are Wuthering Heights, Pride and Prejudice, and Jane Eyre and she owns every classic movie retelling of those books too. When her two friends, twins Margot and Dean [...]

    BookWorm 221
    bookworm221.tumblrI have to thank Joy Penny for providing a free copy of her book in exchange for an honest review.That said, I have to tell that I was in the biggest reading slump I’ve ever had, couldn’t focus on a book long enough to become attached to it, until in comes A Love for the Pages and it was love at first read.I have to admit the June, our main female character had a lot to do with that, she’s just finished with her first year of college and she is back home trying to enjoy he [...]

    Carrie
    When June returns home for the summer after her first year of college her parents insist she needs to find some sort of job or internship for the summer. When a friend of hers tells her about a volunteer position open at the local library June jumps at the opportunity to avoid having to work at her step-father's office. The library always runs a summer reading program for children and when asked to help set it up June agrees. Much to her dismay this put her in close contact with the rich and pow [...]

    Claire
    **I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review**This book was a lovely read at times and at other times I was so frustrated with the characters I could have screamed. So first off I want to say that I really enjoyed this book great characters allow June drives you nutty at times with her classic books. Sinjin was just ugh lovely and I really wanted something to come out of him and June working together. Poor sinjin not to be. Blake now there was a charmer to li [...]

    Escape into a Booksite
    Copy kindly provided by Netgalley in exchange for honest reviewThis was a good book but I found it a little too unbelievable. It took a while to take off, I thought the beginning was a little slow, before we got to meet Everrett Rockford and then all of a sudden when I'm nearing the 3/4 mark of the book he's declaring these things to her and I'm just thinking to myself "really?" Like that would even happen! The story was easy to read and interesting in that it had a bit of mystery about things a [...]

    Traci
    Full Review is at bookplusheart.weebly/conteThis book takes your favorite parts from your favorite books and puts them all together in a modern-day-twist.

    ♡ Jeri's Book Attic ♡

    Annelise Lestrange
    Review originally posted on The Book Adventures of Annelise Lestrange :)I received this copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. Let's go :DThe StoryJune Eyermann is back to her small town life after her fist year at college and she couldn’t be more disappointed. Her best friend, Deana, doesn’t speak with her for months, her classes and subjects suck hard, she had to deal with the fact that her ex-sort-of-boyfriend is her younger brother best friend. Oh, and on top of all that? [...]

    Catherine ♡
    Actual Rating:4.0Firstly, thank you to the author for providing me with a free copy to review!I liked this book a lot, at the very start. June seemed very relatable, as a young woman who loved literature, yet was unable to pursue her dream as a career because of her family's expectations. June seemed like someone I'd want to be friends with—especially because of the way she took care of her books.Like the way she aided to her wounded paperback warrior.And, I must say, I do love Joy Penny's wri [...]

    Vivi Chatzikiriakou
    What an increadible love story!! I was provided with a free copy of this book so I could give a honest review and I start reading it on my flight to Athens, this weekend. I couldn't leave it down. First weekend of December and, little bit of the Christmans decorations at the city and little bit of the spirit of the classics, I was into a warm fantasy of Jane's Austen literature, whish I love so much. Who doesn't?June Eyermann is at her first year as a college student and came back home for the s [...]

    Robin Morgan
    During the first week of The Romance Reviews Year End Splash Party I won an e-book copy of this book and for that I’ve written my honest opinion this book.What young girl doesn’t fantasize even at a young age about becoming a princess and finding a prince she can fall in love with. And as they get older the characters in the books she reads mature along with her. In this book June Eyermann is such a girl, a girl who’s on the border of crossing over to womanhood.Being the true bibliophile s [...]

    Nolan
    This was a fun relatively clean, quick read. I managed the Audible version, which proved to be an excellent choice. June is home from college for the summer. She's not thrilled about it, but she recognizes she has to earn and save money. But it seems like a bit of a drifty summer. Her former best friends in the neighborhood don't appear to be her friends anymore. They're jet-setting off to France while June agrees to fill a volunteer position at the local library--a position one of her Paris-bou [...]

    Ramneek
    I really, really enjoyed 'A Love for the Pages', it was an adorable short story that I absolutely flew through but I honestly wished it was a bit longer!Our main character, June, was such a lovable one. She was such an easy character to get attached to and I loved reading about her. I thought her characterisation was done so well, she was going through a phase where she doesn't really know what to do with her life and it's something so many people her age go through and I was very happy with how [...]

    C.P.
    I love novels likes Pride & Prejudice and Jane Eyre and watch every version of the movies made that I can get my hands on! A Love for the Pages is a charming story of a devotee of these types of books who finds herself facing some situations similar to those in these books that she has also loves. It is one of those books that you could finish in an afternoon with a smile on your face.The main character June is on her first summer break after the first year of college. We come into her life [...]

    Kristen Cansler
    A Love for the Pages is definitely a contemporary romance, but it's so unlike other books in the New Adult genre that I've read. The inclusion and influence of so many great classics in this story made it something incredible for me. One of the first books I ever read was Jane Eyre when I was probably ten years too young for it at the time. Regardless, I loved that book. Over the years, I've returned to it many times. I fully hold it responsible for fueling my love of classics. A Love for the Pa [...]

    Daiz
    If you think that the cover of A Love for the Pages is cute…then I can definitely recommend you read this book!I read A Love for the Pages in a single sitting…and while not without its faults, I was too busy enjoying myself, to really care about how it wasn't perfect.I really enjoyed June as a main character. I think a lot of why I liked A Love for the Pages so much was because June is such an engaging narrator. I thought she was really relatable and it was fun to be in her head. She's a lit [...]

    Kris
    I received this in exchange for an honest review.I love the classicsI love that era where everything is so "proper" ranging from the courtships and attires right down to the manner in which they live and speak.I liked June, although she was kind of a quiet boring girl in college, she had some personality. Everett was a snob at first, although he did warm up as the story progresses. Typical of the classic heroes of the past. Although they had a certain chemistry, I didn't fully buy it. His declar [...]

    Nicola Forrester
    This was a great little read, I loved the main characters June and Everett. I loved the parallel's between the classics and modern day romance. How many of us have compared our real lives to our "book boyfriends". The book was very easy to read and it flowed well , it had me captivated and hooked. The characters were very believable and I would love to read more about the others relationships and life's and I would love to see where life takes June. I would highly recommend this book, what a won [...]

    Reviews from the Heart (Kimberly Anne)
    A Love for the Pages is a lovely story and very easy to read.June Everyman is home from college for the summer and to keep her sanity she takes a job in the library. It is there that she meets all her favourite book boyfriends all rolled into one in the guise of Everett Rockford. He is a little rude & pig-headed & in June’s mind a real life Mr Darcy.This was a nice story, but I was a bit confused with how quickly Everett proclaimed his love for June, although they were great characters [...]

    Medavis66
    I thought this book was cute. While I'm not a big fan of the classics of literature, the way this was written gave me a new appreciation for them. I found myself laughing out loud a few times while reading. I enjoyed June and several other characters. I remember my head also being on a swivel (from shock) at a couple of parts, but it didn't detract from my enjoyment. This was a very quick read for me and that added to its overall appeal. This book was like I took a refreshing break this morning [...]

    Secretly Adorkable Readers
    Rochester meets Mr Darcy who meets Heathcliff. a gothic fiction storyJune Eyermann is an avid reader and dreamer and very possessive of her book boyfriends from her fictional worlds. June has an opportunity to work at the Rockford library and meets the brooding Everett who is all brooding and just plain rude. June needs to separate herself from her fictional world to the real world. Will she become a tragic heroine in her own story?

    Joy Penny
    I’m eager to share my debut new adult contemporary romance novel, A Love for the Pages, with my fellow readers. Now available in paperback and on Kindle!

    Sam Mc
    REALLY ENJOYED THIS BOOK. THE CHARACTERS WERE FUN TO READ. LOVEDJUNE & EVERETT. SINJIN WAS TERRIFIC!! PLEASE GIVE HIM HIS OWN STORY.

    Heather
    June Eyermann is spending the summer at home after her first year of college. She's getting a business degree although her true love is classic literature, especially her three favorites. Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, and Wuthering Heights. June is roped into volunteering at the local library, where she ends up working with her not quite ex-boyfriend Singin, a boy two years younger than June.On June's first day at the library, a man on a bicycle with a dog runs into her, recreating a scene str [...]

    Fay Tannerr
    A Love for the Pages was a nice and sweet contemporary novel. It's about June Eyermann, a nineteen-year-old whom loves reading classics. She returns home for the summer after her college freshman year. June must find a job for the summer but ends up taking the volunteer position at library. What June doesn't expect to find at the library is her favorite romantic heroes brought to life-all in the same man. Obstinate, prideful and even a bit rude, Everett Rockford.I liked the characters in this no [...]

    Tammy
    Watch out for the instalove in this one. The relationship between June and Everett was never really developed in my opinion. I didn't get any feelings of romance or anything past acquaintances with them. There was more of an interacting feel with June and Sinjin. The part with Kaitlyn seemed thrown in to just be comparable with one of June's novels she loves. Serious issues with story flow in this one.

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      Published :2020-03-03T12:06:28+00:00