Patton Pending

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Annie feels like she made her decision, so why can't she manage to say that? More

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About Juliana Mae

Juliana Mae is a dreamer who loves music, words, and adventure. She has written for school newspapers, been featured in J-14 Magazine, reviewed books for Miss Literati, and published three books, In the Heart of an Unsocial Butterfly, The Way He Looks at Me, and Patton Pending.

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About the Series: The Way He Looks at Me
Far away from home, Annie is swept up into a life of fame. She's reunited with an old family friend and introduced to the members of her two favorite bands. Annie has to manage to either juggle all her new friends and love interests, or give some of them-or maybe all of them-up, because not everyone is patient with her.

When she finally feels she made her decision, she can't manage to say it. Why? How can she be sure she won't make the wrong choice?

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Review by: Carol Cassada on Dec. 11, 2016 :
*I voluntarily reviewed this book*

Patton Pending is the sequel to The Way He Looks At Me.

The sequel picks up right where the first book left off. Annie is continuing to experience problems in her love life.

This time, Annie is stuck in a triangle with high-profile musician Hayden and Dathan, Annie’s best friend. To make matters worse, Annie’s ex-boyfriend shows up in California and immediately causes trouble for her.

As chaos continues to follow her, Annie finds herself in a difficult predicament as she tries to find out if Hayden or Dathan has her heart.

Overall, the story’s good. Much like the first book, Patton Pending tends to go by too quickly, plus there’s a lot going on that it’s hard to keep track. As for Annie, at times I felt for her plight with the guys, but at other times she came across as selfish with not wanting to make a decision.

Aside from that, I thought it was a good story.
(reviewed 39 days after purchase)

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