Series: Science Squad
Published by Blufields on May 2, 2013
Genres: YA, Contemporary
When Avery Shaw’s heart is shattered by her life-long best friend, she chooses to deal with it the only way she knows how—scientifically. The state science fair is coming up and Avery decides to use her broken heart as the topic of her experiment. She’s going to find the cure. By forcing herself to experience the seven stages of grief through a series of social tests, she believes she will be able to get over Aiden Kennedy and make herself ready to love again. But she can’t do this experiment alone, and her partner (ex partner!) is the one who broke her heart.Avery finds the solution to her troubles in the form of Aiden’s older brother Grayson. The gorgeous womanizer is about to be kicked off the school basketball team for failing physics. He’s in need of a good tutor and some serious extra credit. But when Avery recruits the lovable Grayson to be her “objective outside observer,” she gets a whole lot more than she bargained for, because Grayson has a theory of his own: Avery doesn’t need to grieve. She needs to live. And if there’s one thing Grayson Kennedy is good at, it’s living life to the fullest.
In An Oyster shell – This is a great YA romance that is clean, fun and creative. I recommend it.
The Pearls – The whole idea was unique and fun. I have not seen something this great since sixteen candles. The nerds winning the hearts of the jocks, sings to my heart! The whole premise is just so cute and well executed.
I fell in love with the characters. Avery was sweet and smart and real. Grayson is a jock that starts out superficial and through his love of Avery finds that something more. Sigh… It does not get better than that. The characters just took the story and ran with it. I would like to note the supporting characters are hilarious and we will see them in the next book! I already pre-ordered my copy.
This book reminded me of the Sweet Valley high books I grew up with, giving all the power to the science club. I really enjoyed this book.
Great Job Kelly Oram!
The Sand – I felt this book was well done!