Sex and Skateboards

Sex and Skateboards Sex and skateboards and surfing on the California coast What could anyone want Alden McKenna has spent her entire life not growing up Being an adult is tedious not to mention totally boring And requi

  • Title: Sex and Skateboards
  • Author: Ashley Bartlett
  • ISBN: 9781602825628
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sex and skateboards and surfing on the California coast What could anyone want Alden McKenna has spent her entire life not growing up Being an adult is tedious, not to mention totally boring And requires less skateboarding So why bother Moving to a small beach town seems like an awesome idea The skateboarding is good, the sun is always shining, and no one movesSex and skateboards and surfing on the California coast What could anyone want Alden McKenna has spent her entire life not growing up Being an adult is tedious, not to mention totally boring And requires less skateboarding So why bother Moving to a small beach town seems like an awesome idea The skateboarding is good, the sun is always shining, and no one moves very fast She even meets a hot chick like five minutes after moving there Life is good Except young Weston Duvall has already grown up and her reasons for doing so surprise Alden even because she didn t see them coming Weston can t trust Alden, and Alden isn t sure she wants to be trusted So why can t they seem to stay away from each other

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    1 thought on “Sex and Skateboards”

    1. It was the Skateboards in the title that caught my attention. It seemed to offer a different cast of characters than the usual lesfic fare.I honestly didn't expect a lot from a book from the BSB Matinee Romance line. The only other one I've read was dreadfully flat.Not so here. The Skateboards in the title did deliver and threw me into a world of surfer and skateboard chicks. The language was unlike anything I've ever read before and used what felt like appropriate slang for them, and used it co [...]

    2. 2.5 stars. I looked at the title and the cover and the synopsis and wondered if this was going to feel too young to me. And it did, but not necessarily for the reasons I was expecting. The actual writing is what makes this feel juvenile. Short, simple sentences and the first person narrative combined with the main character having the type of swagger that always makes you feel like the author is injecting their favorite parts of their own personality into the character make this feel more like f [...]

    3. Didn't really like it. The whole push pull / cold hot thing is boring and repetitive. Wes isn't a very likable MC IMO, constantly stringing Alden along. Then the massive break up and didn't care after that, not like they were even really together before that to begin with. Same old tired formula. Coulda DNF'd it 20 times but had nothing better to do.

    4. This book was not exactly what I expected - a lot more interesting and fun than expected. Not sure what else to say. An immature skater-loving woman of 26 moves to SoCal from NoCal (this is important *nods* because of the words used, like Alden keeps saying 'Hella' which is, apparently, a quick marker for indicating that she isn't from SoCal; specifically the part of No(rthern)Cal(ifornia) that Alden is from is San Francisco (or an hour out from there). The book is somewhat sketchy on some of th [...]

    5. Alden, the kidult, meets the responsible Weston. Sparks ensue. Angst, drama, comic relief, sports, family, and romance. Cute read.

    6. it was okay if you ignored the outdated slang. which was just sad representation of skaters. or it could just be that i'm from east coast so and we are just more radical.

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