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Shelf Control #3 | City Love

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Shelf Control is all about the books we want to read — and already own! Consider this a variation of a Wishing & Waiting post… but looking at books already available, and in most cases, sitting right there on our shelves and e-readers… read more on Bookshelf Fantasies

Title: City Love
Author: Susane Colasanti
Series: City Love Trilogy
Pages: 336
Published On: April 21st 2015
Published By: Katherine Tegen Books
Source: Bought
Date: Spring 2015
Purchased From: Barnes and Noble

Three girls are about to discover the meaning of city love. From bestselling YA romance author Susane Colasanti!

Sadie, a born and raised New Yorker, is hopeful and romantic and an eternal optimist who is ready to find her soul mate.

Darcy is a free spirit from SoCal with rebellious tendencies and unlimited financial resources, looking for summer boy adventures.

Rosanna leaves Chicago for NYC with a grand total of seventy-three cents so she can reinvent herself and forget about her past.

Sadie, Darcy, and Rosanna are living together in New York City the summer before their freshman year of college begins. With no parents, no rules, and an entire city to explore, these three girls are on the verge of the best summer of their lives. Told from alternating points of view, City Love captures the moments in each girl’s life when everything is thrilling, amazing, and terrifying all at once…in a way it will never be again.

Why Do I Want to Read It?


Susane Colasanti is one of those authors that always manages to stay on my “Favorite Authors” list (it’s actually ten pages of authors I will automatically buy but we aren’t here to discuss my bad habit for making useless lists.)

When she announced she was releasing her first trilogy I was stoked, always being that person that went to the bookstore a week after her new standalone released (to ensure I would walk out victorious with her newest novel) I would finally be able to wait 365+ days for a CONTINUOUS story. I was thrilled.

Then I never read it.



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