Sunday, September 9, 2012


This is a book that seems first to fall into the typical silly cute book genre, and it actually started out that way for me. Bet then all of the sudden I was sucked in, and I kind of feel in love with "plain" Annie Nutter. The entire story is endearing and Annie is just so darn loveable. The story held my interest because I really wanted to find out if and how Annie was going to get out of the alternate reality where she found herself.

When plain and unpopular Annie Nutter gets zapped by one of her dad's whacked-out inventions, she lands in a parallel universe where her life becomes picture-perfect. Now she's Ayla Monroe, daughter of the same mother but a different father—and she's the gorgeous, rich queen bee of her high school. 

In this universe, Ayla lives in glitzy Miami instead of dreary Pittsburgh and has beaucoup bucks, courtesy of her billionaire—if usually absent—father. Her friends hit the clubs, party backstage at concerts, and take risks that are exhilarating . . . and illegal. Here she's got a date to lose her V-card with the hottest guy she's ever seen.

But on the inside, Ayla is still Annie.

So when she's offered the chance to leave the dream life and head home to Pittsburgh, will she take it?

The choice isn't as simple as you think.

I was really impressed with how the author took kind of a silly (and frankly not possible) premise and made it sweet, while also maintaining a hold in the real world by using smart scientific ideas to make the Annie's alternate reality possible.

Annie is an innocent character, but there are a few references to sex, drinking, and drugs. 

Read more about this book HERE

Thank you NetGalley for the read!

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