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  • Title: Magnolia
  • Author: Kristi Cook
  • ISBN: 9781442485358
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Hardcover

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About “Kristi Cook

  • Kristi Cook

    New York Times bestselling YA author Kristi Cook is a transplanted southern gal who lives in New York City with her husband and two kids Her YA debut, HAVEN, was released in Feb 2011 by Simon Pulse The last two volumes in the Winterhaven series, MIRAGE and ETERNAL, followed in 2012 and 2013 Her first contemporary, southern set YA, MAGNOLIA, was released in 2014 She s currently working on a contemporary YA with paranormal elements set in Savannah, GA Kristi also writes adult romantic fiction as Kristina Cook and Kristi Astor.

108 thoughts on “Magnolia

  • We ve hated each other since forever Love, hate, she says with a smile Such a fine line between the two, isn t there Help I have a Mississippi sized grin on my face and it s not going away.I wanted a sweet, wildly romantic, happily ever after romance, and I got it all The characters can be infuriating sometimes, but they re teenagers, and I can absolutely relate to them There were moments in the book when I wanted to slap Jemma and tell her You have to tell him what he did wrong Boys are STUPID [...]

  • That was really cute After all the depressing and gloomy reads, I thought I deserved something light and romantic and Magnolia had been the perfect choice It was like a Romeo and Juliet spinoff set in contemporary Magnolia, Mississippi love the setting and the southern romance and instead of the feuding families, it s our hero and heroine who are at war with each other mainly because they wanted to rebel against their families wish to unit them wishfully in marriage.I really enjoyed the writing [...]

  • 3.75 stars Magnoliais about Jemma Cafferty, a teenage girl who lives in Mississippi Her family has always been best friends with the Marsden s next door, leading back to the War You know, The Civil War The two families are constantly pressuring Jemma and Ryder Marsden to get married and unite the families once and for all, the only problem being Jemma and Ryder can t stand each other.When Jemma s parents go out of town for a family emergency, Jemma is left at home alone when a storm starts brewi [...]

  • 3.5 stars I was a bit hesitant based on the excerpt on the back cover, but was surprised at how cute the story ended up being It s a typical YA contemporary romance complete with a we must share this bed because of reasons scene , but had all of the right elements going for it It s a hate to love romance, they have actual history together, and the characters are not annoying The girl doesn t fall into the cliche categories of rude cheerleaders or quirky loner girls who have no clue they re prett [...]

  • actual rating 4.5 I ve made it no secret that my favorite trope of all time is when characters who dislike each other, or have minor issues with one another, are stuck together in a fixed location due to harsh weather or a natural disaster I ve searched time and time again for a contemporary romance wherein the main characters are trapped together during a natural disaster, and when I discovered Magnolia, it felt like I had won the jackpot the two main characters of Magnolia hate each other, but [...]

  • I was completely prepared to hate this book I mean, I normally dislike contemporary novels and I forced myself to think that this was no exception Yippee I was bloody wrong Me at 1% Please, please be good, book Me at 25%Me at 100%This book was absolutely cute and adorable I was over the moon when I realized that I was actually enjoying this book Ah, happiness The Story Two families want to unite in marriage the Caffertys and the Marsdens And their perfect opportunity lies on Jemma Cafferty and R [...]

  • RESE A EN EL BLOG arcoirisdelibros 3,5 5 Qu pasar a si la historia de Romeo y Julieta fuera al rev s Si sus familias estuvieran tan unidas que han planeado su matrimonio desde que estaban en la cuna Si los que se odiaran fueran ellos en lugar de sus familias Pues bien, Kristi Cook se hizo las mismas preguntas y escribi este libro, y am cada minuto de l.No s si lo saben pero me encantan libros as como este historias de amor sencillas, especiales y con protagonistas completamente agradables Sin na [...]

  • UNPOPULAR OPINION I love YA I do So, this is not like I hate the genre and yet complain about it I love it.Jemma and Ryder are both beautiful and rich They ve known each other for ever so you could think it s meant to be, right Or at least, that s what their parents say The premise of the book is somehow refreshing Romeo and Juliet, in reverse I m in These two can t stand each other Or that s what I though at first but Jemma has this tendency to fight, cry and gravitate around Ryder every time s [...]

  • Magnolia was so damn adorable and so sweet I just really recommend this if you want a cute, fluffy YA contemporary romance Bonus if you really like couples who start out hating each other.

  • See reviews at YA Midnight ReadsMagnolia was exactly what I needed light, fun and undeniably cute I saw this one on Edelweiss ages ago, but I quickly looked past it because I wasn t so sure about it at first But then the reviews started rolling in and I was absolutely certain that I needed this book in my life And I was right I totally did because this book rocked my socks off.Magnolia has been described as a reverse Romeo and Juliet story The families are basically stuck together with super gl [...]

  • It feels like I should have liked this book better than I did I had a little trepidation when I realized that Cook was going for a reverse Romeo and Juliet I mean, that has so many ways it can screw up, right But that turned out not to be an issue, I don t think It s subtle enough that it s really no than a vague idea with little real penetration Which, come to think of it, is kind of a pattern in the book.Take Jemma The idea is solid a strong Southern girl who likes being pretty and shooting a [...]

  • This review has also been posted on The Social PotatoWhen I first heard about Magnolia, I was sold Tornados SURVIVING one Love hate relationships What else could I want Nothing This book lived up to every single one of my expectations and then some Okay, I was lying I wanted SO MUCH MORE This book was just not long enough and I was heartbroken when it came to an end.This story is kind of like Romeo and Juliet in reverse, where the families are like this and the kids hate each other or do they T [...]

  • Magnolia was one of those read in one sitting sort of books I was in the mood for something light, funny and being a huge fan of antagonistic characters I knew I would end up loving Magnolia.Ryder and Jemma have grown up together with a huge amount of pressure and expectation on them As their families have been close friends for the last few generations, they all expected some romantic relationship to develop between the Marsden Cafferty families So everyone especially Ryder s and Jemma s mums a [...]

  • Love, hate Such a fine line between the two, isn t there 2 stars is just me being generous I would have actually rated this a 1 I get that this is a YA book but boy did it not meet up to my expectations Childish Silly Unrealistic And boring.Yep, these are the describers I would use to describe this book The whole whole premise of this book sets up a Romeo and Juliet type of vibe, only two families aren t feuding with each other they are besties who are planning out Jemma and Ryder s wedding and [...]

  • Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Magnolia by Kristi CookPublisher Simon SchusterPublication Date August 5, 2014Rating 4 starsSource eARC from EdelweissOfficial Summary In Magnolia Branch, Mississippi, the Cafferty and Marsden families are southern royalty Neighbors since the Civil War, the families have shared vacations, holidays, backyard barbecues, and the overwhelming desire to unite their two clans by marriage So when a baby boy and girl were born to the families at the same time, th [...]

  • There s a lot of things that annoyed me with this book It s overly dramatic, highly predictable, barely any character development, no romantic growth helloooo insta love , filled with plot convenience and cliches, flat characters Yet my biggest problem with this novel is that I read it and felt absolutely nothing while doing so This may not be Kristi Cook s first novel I checked , but it does read like one One of my biggest pet peeves and something I think truly separates a good writer from a gr [...]

  • I m so disappointed that I ended up feeling really meh about a book that s gotten so much love from friends and trusted sources Magnolia is a perfectly fine book and a really quick read, but sadly I never connected with it Nothing about it was particularly memorable to me It was very romance heavy, which isn t really a bad thing in itself, the characters were rather bland and on occasion the plot felt a bit disjointed Read the rest on The Random Transliterator.

  • A sweet cute contemporary, overall quite entertaining I definitely like it but I did not love it enough to give it four stars

  • 2.5 starsRelease Date August, 5thArc kindly provided by Simon Schuster Be careful what you wish, people use to sayA little than a week ago, I read the most glowing review of this book an author could wish for lolIn the follow up of that experience _ the review _, I was ready to buy this book wherever I could get it Really The review was that good But, to my despair, I found out that this story was only available as an arc, since the book is only going to be released in August.Imagine my despair [...]

  • Rating 3.5 StarsMagnolia is a delightfully light, quick summer romance Cook attempts to set up a reverse Romeo Juliet situation in Magnolia as her romantic leads, Jemma Cafferty and Ryder Marden, absolutely detest one another while their families old, Southern style households determined to uphold decades long traditions are eager to see them together, if only to finally witness their families joined together by than friendship But Jemma and Ryder are determined to keep those dreams exactly as [...]

  • Sometimes you just need to escape reality and engross yourself in something completely light and fluffy, and Magnolia fits that bill perfectly It is satisfying and adorable, and everything from the romance to the characters to the setting is virtually perfect.Ever since the Civil War, the Cafferty and Marsden families have been as tight as tight can be So when a baby girl and a baby boy are born at almost the exact same time, the families see their chance to finally unite themselves by marriage. [...]

  • Zwei, die sich gar nicht leiden k nne, deren Familien sie aber unbedingt verkuppeln wollen Das klang genau nach meinem Geschmack, denn so ergeht es den Protagonisten Ryder und Jemma Schon seit Kindertagen erhoffen sich ihre Eltern, dass die beiden sich ineinander verlieben und die Familien so zusammenf hren Tja, ein Satz mit X, das war wohl nichts zumindest nicht f r mich Ich fand die Geschichte n mlich nicht besonders gut Vielmehr oberfl chlich, kitschig und super nervt tend Besonders Jemma war [...]

  • A I loved this This is why I love YA contemporary Love hate relationship Check With the boy next door Check Him being the football star, her a cheerleader Check Some drama, jealousy, grief, and family issues Check A huge misunderstanding between her and him years ago CHECK So, you see this is also THE clich d and typical YA novel But before you don t even consider reading this because you ve read this kind of novel hundreds of times before, let me tell you This novel is different And it s worth [...]

  • I do love a book set in the south Jemma was a bit dramatic than I remember, but I did love her and Ryder together I can t wait for the novella sequel thingy next month.

  • I absolutely adored this book It was so much fun to read and a really fun book At first, it took a hard time to get into but once things set into place it got a whole lot better The book started off with Ryder and Jemma neighbors hating each other Ever since they were born their mothers have wanted them to be together but they never approved themselves Ryder never really knew why Jemma hated him so much until she told him it was because of the 8th grade dance But once the hurricane hit Magnolia [...]

  • Rating 2.5 stars.A cute book I started reading during an interminable wait at the clinic So, yeah, it s good to pass time with My main issue was that the characters were a little too perfector maybe I was just jealous But the story is good, has nice pacing and no one is horrible in a tropey way, so it was all good I like Ryder and Jemma, but didn t really feel attached to them for some reason I did get Jemma s worry about her sister, which I thought was great, in the sense that we have a genuine [...]

  • It was a cute and fluffy read.I love the totally reversed Romeo and Juliet drama of the two families ARC Kindly provided by Simon Pulse thru Edelweiss

  • I thought it was going to be cute, funny and fluffy southern romance Well, it wasn t exactly what I wanted Cute Not really Funny No Not funny at all Fluffy No It was actually a lot serious than I thought And that includes some unnecessary drama.Magnolia is about teenage girl, Jemma, who basically hates a guy her mother wants her to be with Ryder is this perfect human being, who did something in the past that hurt Jemma, and after that they stopped being friends And that s where this book starts [...]

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