Publisher Simon Pulse.
Publication Date: May 20,2014
Genre:YA Contemporary Romance|Humor.
Tia just wants to have fun. She’s worked hard to earn her reputation as the life of the party, and she’s ready for a carefree senior year of hanging out with friends and hooking up with cute boys. And her first order of business? New guy Will. She can’t get enough of his Midwestern accent and laidback swagger.
As the sparks start to fly, Will wants to get serious. Tia’s seen how caring too much has left her sisters heartbroken, and she isn’t interested in commitment. But pushing Will away drives him into the arms of another girl. Tia tells herself it’s no big deal…until the yearbook elections are announced. Getting voted Biggest Flirts with Will is, well, awkward. They may just be friends, but their chemistry is beginning to jeopardize Will’s new relationship—and causing Tia to reconsider her true feelings. What started as a lighthearted fling is about to get very complicated…
Biggest Flirts wasn’t what I expected it to be, it was better than I thought it would be. It was amazing and if I could give it more than five stars I would. I was engaged in story so much that I had hard time putting it down. Everything in the story felt so real, it was such realistic storyline and couldn’t help but fall in love with characters. It was unlike other two books that I read by her, they style, the story. The more into story that I got, I couldn’t help but get curious what’s going happen with them next, how it will end for them. The reader can’t help but follow Tia’s story. They will feel like they are part of their journey. That’s how I felt through the book, everything I read felt real to me, as if I was there besides them. There wasn’t anything I didn’t enjoy about the novel.
What I enjoyed about Biggest Flirts how roles seemed be reversed. Usually when I read novels like these, girls are usually good ones that seem to fall for the bad boy. That wasn’t the case in Biggest Flirts, Tia seemed to have more of a wild side while Will more of laid back, good boy vibe. She didn’t seem to care what others thought of her, at least not at first she didn’t. Will on the other side seemed to take it personally what others thought of him. I do understand where he is coming from, I remember how it was to be the new kid, you want to fit it. I saw the attraction between two of them from start, considering how they met. Despite Tia telling him that she didn’t want a boyfriend I knew she was attracted to him. I noticed how she acted around him, how jealous she got when he got a girlfriend. I wondered how long it took her to come to her senses. At times it felt like she was toying with his feelings. By end I could tell that she cared for him, probally more than she wanted to.
I heard of yearbooks titles before, had those when was in high school. I don’t think it affected anyone as much it seemed to affect Will and Tia. Just one title and their friendship went downhill. I didn’t think it was fair to blame Tia for it happening; he was flirting with her too. It takes two people for that to happen. And Sawyer it was hard to not like him, at beginning I couldn’t seem to decide if I like him but by end I could see how much he cared, especially about Tia. At first I was sure that it was Tia that he liked, Kaye was the least expected person that I would think he would fall for. By end of novel it was hard for me to not like him. I’m kind of curious how his story will turn out to be. Who he end up with.
Biggest Flirts wasn’t what I expected. It made me smile, laugh, cry, frown. I liked that it had a humor aspect added to it. I’m curious how Harper & Brody’s story will be. It’s a book worth checking out.