This Is What Happy Looks Like

This Is What Happy Looks Like

Streaming Audiobook - 2013
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"Perfect strangers Graham Larkin and Ellie O'Neill meet online when Graham accidentally sends Ellie an e-mail about his pet pig, Wilbur. The two 17-year-olds strike up an e-mail relationship from opposite sides of the country and don't even know each other's first names. What's more, Ellie doesn't know Graham is a famous actor, and Graham doesn't know about the big secret in Ellie's family tree. When the relationship goes from online to in-person, they find out whether their relationship can be the real thing"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Poppy, 2013
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780316212823
Branch Call Number: Fiction Smith TEEN
Characteristics: 404 p. ; 22 cm


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Jul 12, 2017

I really really enjoyed reading this book. It was somewhat addictive, and just overall a fun book to read. Super cute. I was also happy because this book was appropriate for my age, and i didn't have to stop reading half way through.

Jun 23, 2017

pretty good book! kind of cliche but normal for a comfort book. i think the author shows talent in the actual WORDS she says more than the STORY/PLOT of the words.

Aug 22, 2016

Cute and lighthearted teenage romance and coming of age story in today's world.

Apr 02, 2015

I felt like this book needed something more to keep me interested in the characters and the plot. I finished the book but it didn't really grab me and I felt myself hoping for something more interesting to happen.

May 13, 2014

I love this book. This was the first book of hers that I have read and now im reading her the first book of hers.

EyeForDesign Feb 13, 2014

I expected this to be cheesy, but by the halfway point I began skimming and felt I really didn't miss much. Predictable and improbable. I enjoyed the quirky e-mails, but wish there was more of that than the rest of the cheesy plotline.

Nov 20, 2013

I love everything from the format to the tale itself. This is a too cute, age appropriate love story for all ages especially young readers.

Oct 13, 2013

This books was amazing. I loved how they both first e-mailed for a while, then afterwards met while he was in her home town. Such a good romantic book for any teenage.

azamaisha Jul 23, 2013

I didn't enjoy this book at all...I guess it because of the slow start.I wouldn't recommend this book

ChristchurchLib Jul 02, 2013

"An accidental email kicks off a surprising relationship between small town poet Ellie and movie star Graham in this winsome love story. Some teen girls would be ecstatic to learn that the charming (if anonymous) guy they've been bonding with over email is actually a famous teen heartthrob. But when Graham shows up at Ellie's door, Ellie is stunned, and afraid that the paparazzi who follow Graham will expose her family's scandalous secret. Combining endearing, authentic characters with celebrity drama, this sweet, thoughtful novel will win the hearts of teen romance fans." July 2013 Teen Scene newsletter

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Jun 23, 2017

By chance, a rich city boy (graham) types in the wrong email address and starts talking to a small town girl (Ellie) who has big dreams and small pockets. they hit it off and soon start sharing secrets and stories without even knowing who is on the other end of the conversation. When Graham comes to Ellie's hometown, him being a movie star is not the only shock but her feelings are also unexpected. Drama, laughs, tears and movies make this book an exciting love story like no other.
Lights, Camera, Happy.


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