Summer Unscripted

Summer Unscripted

A summer romance about missed connections and how not to miss out on the love of your life. For fans of Deb Caletti, Sarah Dessen, and Jenny Han. Girl looks for a sign. Enter: boy. Rainie doesn?t have a ?passion? like her friends do. She?s more of a dabbler?quick to give up and move on. But as graduation approaches, she wishes she had more direction. So when gorgeous Tuck gi A summer romance about missed connections and how not to miss out on the love of your life. For fans of...

DownloadRead Online
Title:Summer Unscripted
Author:Jen Klein
Rating:
Genres:Contemporary
ISBN:Summer Unscripted
ISBN
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

Summer Unscripted Reviews

  • Amanda
    Jul 13, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

  • Scrill
    Oct 08, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

  • Barbara
    Jun 15, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

  • Casey
    Jul 17, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

    Follow a boy a long for the summer after you feel like he was speaking to your sole, that's not a bad idea at all... Raine was annoying because she was all over one boy and then the other and back and forth. I felt bad for the guys that she liked. And Ella was trying to be her friend b...

    Rating this is hard because Hurricane Harvey hit and flooded us in the middle of this book. I kind of lost interest as I had too much going on. So I put it back on my library list and it came up again. Picking it up halfway ruined the flow and I think it unfairly affected my enjoyement...

    Rainie isn't really into anything but when she hears hot guy Tuck at school give a speech she is hooked on Tuck. She follows him to work a summer job so she can be around him thinking he is into her. She gets there and Tuck already has a girlfriend. Rainie ends up falling in love with ...

    I vacillated between my like/dislike for Rainie. It wasn't that she had little focus for her future, a lot of kids don't, but she was asking for favors from friends and then being dismissive without any discussion. But she eventually stuck with this one thing, mostly, and completed her...

    I really loved Jen Klein's Shuffle, Repeat so i quickly added this on my tbr. unfortunately this one's too weak, I read the first 80 pages and gave up and after few days i picked this one again for another chance. Aside from the not much endearing characters, it was pretty obvious we...

    I liked this book. I liked this book because it followed a high school student who chased one guy but fell in love with another. I like the book because the feelings she went through and expressed were relatable to things I may have felt. ...

    Quick summer read. I didn't like it nearly as much as Shuffle, Repeat. Rainie isn't always like-able (though I totally related to her need for space/solitude in her situation) and I don't think she actually learns anything. Still, easy reading for the beach or pool-side. ...

  • Marina
    Aug 06, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

    Follow a boy a long for the summer after you feel like he was speaking to your sole, that's not a bad idea at all... Raine was annoying because she was all over one boy and then the other and back and forth. I felt bad for the guys that she liked. And Ella was trying to be her friend b...

    Rating this is hard because Hurricane Harvey hit and flooded us in the middle of this book. I kind of lost interest as I had too much going on. So I put it back on my library list and it came up again. Picking it up halfway ruined the flow and I think it unfairly affected my enjoyement...

    Rainie isn't really into anything but when she hears hot guy Tuck at school give a speech she is hooked on Tuck. She follows him to work a summer job so she can be around him thinking he is into her. She gets there and Tuck already has a girlfriend. Rainie ends up falling in love with ...

    I vacillated between my like/dislike for Rainie. It wasn't that she had little focus for her future, a lot of kids don't, but she was asking for favors from friends and then being dismissive without any discussion. But she eventually stuck with this one thing, mostly, and completed her...

  • Lynn
    Oct 16, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

    Follow a boy a long for the summer after you feel like he was speaking to your sole, that's not a bad idea at all... Raine was annoying because she was all over one boy and then the other and back and forth. I felt bad for the guys that she liked. And Ella was trying to be her friend b...

    Rating this is hard because Hurricane Harvey hit and flooded us in the middle of this book. I kind of lost interest as I had too much going on. So I put it back on my library list and it came up again. Picking it up halfway ruined the flow and I think it unfairly affected my enjoyement...

  • Rachel Jing
    Jul 19, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

  • Jen (The Starry-Eyed Revue)
    Aug 07, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

  • Alexa
    Jun 11, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

  • Jaime Arkin
    Jun 13, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

  • Jen Ryland
    Jul 03, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

  • Karla Mae (Reads and Thoughts)
    Aug 05, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

  • Maddie
    Jan 30, 2018

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

    Follow a boy a long for the summer after you feel like he was speaking to your sole, that's not a bad idea at all... Raine was annoying because she was all over one boy and then the other and back and forth. I felt bad for the guys that she liked. And Ella was trying to be her friend b...

  • Margo
    Aug 02, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

  • Caitie
    Sep 28, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

  • Bernice Gundran
    Sep 08, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

    Follow a boy a long for the summer after you feel like he was speaking to your sole, that's not a bad idea at all... Raine was annoying because she was all over one boy and then the other and back and forth. I felt bad for the guys that she liked. And Ella was trying to be her friend b...

    Rating this is hard because Hurricane Harvey hit and flooded us in the middle of this book. I kind of lost interest as I had too much going on. So I put it back on my library list and it came up again. Picking it up halfway ruined the flow and I think it unfairly affected my enjoyement...

    Rainie isn't really into anything but when she hears hot guy Tuck at school give a speech she is hooked on Tuck. She follows him to work a summer job so she can be around him thinking he is into her. She gets there and Tuck already has a girlfriend. Rainie ends up falling in love with ...

    I vacillated between my like/dislike for Rainie. It wasn't that she had little focus for her future, a lot of kids don't, but she was asking for favors from friends and then being dismissive without any discussion. But she eventually stuck with this one thing, mostly, and completed her...

    I really loved Jen Klein's Shuffle, Repeat so i quickly added this on my tbr. unfortunately this one's too weak, I read the first 80 pages and gave up and after few days i picked this one again for another chance. Aside from the not much endearing characters, it was pretty obvious we...

  • Holly
    Jan 14, 2018

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

  • Summer
    Jul 18, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

  • Vani
    Jun 04, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

  • Jane
    Jul 09, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

  • Valerie (Reader of books. Enthralled by Words.)
    Aug 25, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

    Follow a boy a long for the summer after you feel like he was speaking to your sole, that's not a bad idea at all... Raine was annoying because she was all over one boy and then the other and back and forth. I felt bad for the guys that she liked. And Ella was trying to be her friend b...

    Rating this is hard because Hurricane Harvey hit and flooded us in the middle of this book. I kind of lost interest as I had too much going on. So I put it back on my library list and it came up again. Picking it up halfway ruined the flow and I think it unfairly affected my enjoyement...

    Rainie isn't really into anything but when she hears hot guy Tuck at school give a speech she is hooked on Tuck. She follows him to work a summer job so she can be around him thinking he is into her. She gets there and Tuck already has a girlfriend. Rainie ends up falling in love with ...

    I vacillated between my like/dislike for Rainie. It wasn't that she had little focus for her future, a lot of kids don't, but she was asking for favors from friends and then being dismissive without any discussion. But she eventually stuck with this one thing, mostly, and completed her...

    I really loved Jen Klein's Shuffle, Repeat so i quickly added this on my tbr. unfortunately this one's too weak, I read the first 80 pages and gave up and after few days i picked this one again for another chance. Aside from the not much endearing characters, it was pretty obvious we...

    I liked this book. I liked this book because it followed a high school student who chased one guy but fell in love with another. I like the book because the feelings she went through and expressed were relatable to things I may have felt. ...

    Quick summer read. I didn't like it nearly as much as Shuffle, Repeat. Rainie isn't always like-able (though I totally related to her need for space/solitude in her situation) and I don't think she actually learns anything. Still, easy reading for the beach or pool-side. ...

    This didn't have much substance. I was bored. No thank you. ...

  • Rochelle
    Jul 16, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

    Follow a boy a long for the summer after you feel like he was speaking to your sole, that's not a bad idea at all... Raine was annoying because she was all over one boy and then the other and back and forth. I felt bad for the guys that she liked. And Ella was trying to be her friend b...

    Rating this is hard because Hurricane Harvey hit and flooded us in the middle of this book. I kind of lost interest as I had too much going on. So I put it back on my library list and it came up again. Picking it up halfway ruined the flow and I think it unfairly affected my enjoyement...

    Rainie isn't really into anything but when she hears hot guy Tuck at school give a speech she is hooked on Tuck. She follows him to work a summer job so she can be around him thinking he is into her. She gets there and Tuck already has a girlfriend. Rainie ends up falling in love with ...

  • Preena
    Aug 12, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

  • Maria Christine
    Jun 25, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

  • Rosemarie Umbac
    Jun 11, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

  • Emily M.
    Nov 10, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

    Follow a boy a long for the summer after you feel like he was speaking to your sole, that's not a bad idea at all... Raine was annoying because she was all over one boy and then the other and back and forth. I felt bad for the guys that she liked. And Ella was trying to be her friend b...

    Rating this is hard because Hurricane Harvey hit and flooded us in the middle of this book. I kind of lost interest as I had too much going on. So I put it back on my library list and it came up again. Picking it up halfway ruined the flow and I think it unfairly affected my enjoyement...

    Rainie isn't really into anything but when she hears hot guy Tuck at school give a speech she is hooked on Tuck. She follows him to work a summer job so she can be around him thinking he is into her. She gets there and Tuck already has a girlfriend. Rainie ends up falling in love with ...

    I vacillated between my like/dislike for Rainie. It wasn't that she had little focus for her future, a lot of kids don't, but she was asking for favors from friends and then being dismissive without any discussion. But she eventually stuck with this one thing, mostly, and completed her...

    I really loved Jen Klein's Shuffle, Repeat so i quickly added this on my tbr. unfortunately this one's too weak, I read the first 80 pages and gave up and after few days i picked this one again for another chance. Aside from the not much endearing characters, it was pretty obvious we...

    I liked this book. I liked this book because it followed a high school student who chased one guy but fell in love with another. I like the book because the feelings she went through and expressed were relatable to things I may have felt. ...

    Quick summer read. I didn't like it nearly as much as Shuffle, Repeat. Rainie isn't always like-able (though I totally related to her need for space/solitude in her situation) and I don't think she actually learns anything. Still, easy reading for the beach or pool-side. ...

    This didn't have much substance. I was bored. No thank you. ...

    I think it was a really exciting story ...

  • Elizabeth Wasabi
    Dec 08, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

  • Taylor H.
    Nov 30, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

  • Lashay
    Dec 18, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...

    Mixed feelings about this one. Rainie?s directionless, so when an actor boy expresses a possible interest in her, she decides to follow his lead and join a summer theater troupe even though she?s had no interest in theater before, she just figures this guy might be an answer to ...

    Inspired by a monologue delivered by handsome Tuck Brady, Rainey Langdon decides to spend her summer working in a theater in the mountains. She's never entertained any interest in drama before, but suddenly, hanging out at the theater seems to offer the best way to get to know Tuck. Un...

    I'd like to thank our local bookstore for picking me as one of the winners to receive this ARC. I started reading this book with the thoughts that this book would be cliché and that it would be a fun and quick read. I love reading books with a summer vibes to it but this book didn...

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. I feel bad, because I can tell that the author is a very good writer and a very good storyteller, but I just couldn't help but hate the main character. Everything she said made me cringe a little bit, every time she made a decision (or, as se...

    I straight up loved Jen Klein's "Shuffle, Repeat", so I had really high expectations for this book, probably too high because it ended up being just OK for me. The story is cute, there are lots of swoony moments, and I reasonably liked the characters. There just wasn't a lot about it t...

    I'm not a theatre person obviously (although I do like Hamilton, but I digress). I didn't like Rainie at all, I found her to be annoyingly aimless. Even though she admits to being aimless, she doesn't seem to care about it. At one point she tells her parents she quits the track team be...

    Follow a boy a long for the summer after you feel like he was speaking to your sole, that's not a bad idea at all... Raine was annoying because she was all over one boy and then the other and back and forth. I felt bad for the guys that she liked. And Ella was trying to be her friend b...

    Rating this is hard because Hurricane Harvey hit and flooded us in the middle of this book. I kind of lost interest as I had too much going on. So I put it back on my library list and it came up again. Picking it up halfway ruined the flow and I think it unfairly affected my enjoyement...

    Rainie isn't really into anything but when she hears hot guy Tuck at school give a speech she is hooked on Tuck. She follows him to work a summer job so she can be around him thinking he is into her. She gets there and Tuck already has a girlfriend. Rainie ends up falling in love with ...

    I vacillated between my like/dislike for Rainie. It wasn't that she had little focus for her future, a lot of kids don't, but she was asking for favors from friends and then being dismissive without any discussion. But she eventually stuck with this one thing, mostly, and completed her...

    I really loved Jen Klein's Shuffle, Repeat so i quickly added this on my tbr. unfortunately this one's too weak, I read the first 80 pages and gave up and after few days i picked this one again for another chance. Aside from the not much endearing characters, it was pretty obvious we...

    I liked this book. I liked this book because it followed a high school student who chased one guy but fell in love with another. I like the book because the feelings she went through and expressed were relatable to things I may have felt. ...

  • ReenieT1721
    Jun 19, 2017

    "I'm like a human skipping stone, splashing across life's surface, going after on thing and then another." Maybe it's because it's not summer anymore. Maybe it's because the protagonist is this wishy washy girl. I am 50% through the book and I can some it up REALLY easily. -*go...

    Summer Unscripted was a YA contemporary romance with some great positives and a few drawbacks. On the plus side, main character Rainie showed a lot of character growth. At the start of the book, she's a bit flaky. She's schemed her way into a summer theater company as a way to get clos...

    Cute story (and I definitely had a little crush on Milo). It's definitely fun to read about theater and a theater production, as well as seeing what happens to Raine over the course of her summer. But it's no Shuffle, Repeat, that's for sure! ...

    This was cute. I really liked the characters which was the best part. Didn?t enjoy the theater aspect of the plot though. ...

    There is A LOT to love about this book (not the least of which being that now I know I?m not the only one to wonder about the logistics of a human woman having sex with a swan), but I?ll start with: The Characters For one, we have a Mexican-American male lead. I am all about ...

    I haven't read all that many "summer-y" books this summer, but I loved Shuffle, Repeat, so I was pretty sure Summer Unscripted was going to be a great read, summer or not. And it totally was. Finally, here's a character who feels exactly how I did in high school: directionless, dispas...

    I'll start off by saying that I really did enjoy this book! The ending was super cute and Miles was a decent love interest, and there were some parts where I literally laughed out loud. And that's impressive. But book reviews aren't fun without rants so here are some things I have to s...

    *ARC Kindly provided by Penguin Random House for review* Summer Unscripted is a light, quick and easy summer book to read. ?You?re a canoe. You?re floating. Aimless. You?re drifting. Getting knocked aslew by the waves of the speedboats rocketing past you. They all know wh...

    Summer unscripted by Jen Klein is an amazing book about a teenage love triangle. There is a girl name Rainie she?s in love with a boy named Tuck because of his monologue where he was ?Looking into my eyes. Were his eyes always that blue??. So obviously she follows him to acting c...

    Well, I was and still in love with Shuffle, Repeat so........ I have a thing about love triangles. I really don't like them therefore it is probably the reason why I wasn't completely sold with this book. The heroine's path to self-discovery wasn't really established. I mean, she...

    CLICHE So so cliche But what happened to Tuck? They like leave him on a cliff. ...

    I really liked the author's previous ya contemp, but this was not nearly as good.. pretty limited characterization, an alarmingly unlikeable and depth-less MC, and not enough cute banter to make it all worth it :/ ...

    2.5 ...

    Shuffle, Repeat was one of my favorite reads last year, so when I saw that Jen Klein had a new title coming I immediately had to get my hands on it. Rainie doesn?t really know what she wants out of life ? she doesn?t feel passionate about much of anything? oh she tries a lot...

    The short version of how I feel about the book: ??? The long version of how I feel about the book: First, I love the concept of the girl not getting the guy that everyone loves but getting someone else. Second of all, I love how relatable Rainie is in the struggle she has f...