TEXT Ï Four of a Kind Ö Kellie Sheridan

The odds of giving birth to identical uadruplets 1 in 13 million The population of Fairview a town so small that all anyone talks about is the Fairview Four returning after fourteen years 7208The chance of Reagan blending in with the crowd after a boy in her new town starts to see her for who she Read of my reviews on YA Romantics or follow me on BloglovinI reuested this because the blurb said Gil Girls meets Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Well that was probably way too much to hope for This is the story of uadruplets who are returning to their mom's home town as teenagers Besides that I'm not really sureWhile the part of this is I read was well written and very sweet it just lacked the edge and sense of purpose I need in a book In the past the uads were in a Jon and Kate type reality show but that isn't a part of the story sadly I gather that there will be four books one about each of the sisters Reagan the narrator of this one wasn't a very compelling main character This book will be great for those readers who want a very sweet PG reading experience but not so great for me FTC Disclosure Thanks to the publisher for providing a free advance copy of this book for me to review If you are a regular reader of my reviews then you know that getting a free book does not necessarily make me like it

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Four of a Kind Four of a Kind #1 Really is zeroFollowing in the footsteps and all too often the shadows of her sisters was nothing new to Reagan But after fifteen years of fading in to the background she’s finally finding her own way Amidst all the gossip and assumptions one person sees Reagan for what she’s always wanted t I started this book fully prepared to dislike it Between the cover and the description it seemed like a lot of Bad Waiting to Happen However I was pleasantly surprised Disclaimer A received a copy for an honest review from NetGalley Also this review does contain spoilers Yes there is a little bit that could do to be changed the uads' R names really need to be thought; I still can't 100% tell the difference between Reilly and Reece and really who names a child Reilly? including the moments when Reagan seems to slip into seeming well too much like a narrator I think that's one of the biggest downsides of the book; occasionally Reagan will think something that is so incredibly not something a teenager would think about themselves such as Curse my teenage hormones What teenager says that? that it takes you out of the moment entirely and you wonder if you're reading a book about a teenager or a book about a teenager that was clearly written by someone trying very hard to sound like a teenager It's hard to describe and not entirely the worst thing in the world but some editing and rewriting would definitely benefit the situation There were some errors throughout the book as an ARC copy it's understandable including the freuent switching of ourare But that can be forgiven The one thing I will say is that it felt like the book ended just a little too abruptly It was uite a short book; I read it in a total of perhaps 4 hours It felt like towards the middle a lot of random drama happened such as Reece ??? dying her hair and Rhiannon disappearing Regarding that second incident I think Reagan's non anger at Rhiannon was the most disappointing part of the book; talk about being untrue to teenagers Rhiannon's foolish behavior lead to Reagan having to abandon her first ever date what a dick move for her sister to pull Any teenager or adult honestly would be livid but Reagan was just too good for that There were a few moments like this where the reactions of characters seemed to be just too fake and unrealistic No one absolutely no one reacts to teenagers breaking rules with Well maybe we need to readjust the rules No if my kid disappeared and turned off her phone she'd be getting grounded at the very least But not Rhiannon's parentsThen after Rhiannon came back and Reagan got to do a date re do the book ends We get a brief scene where Reagan acts in a play but that's it It's a bit anticlimactic; there is no big action that creates tension or changes things Things seem the same as when the book started plus a boyfriend Maybe Rhiannon's disappearance is meant to be the climax but it didn't feel like it; Reagan found her within 10 minutes of starting to look so you know All this being said it wasn't an entirely unpleasant book to read; I would definitely recommend it as the start of a series to younger readers I'd say it's definitely written at around 6th or 7th grade level

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MOBI ↠ DOC Four of a Kind FREE è KELLIE SHERIDAN ï The odds of giving birth to identical uadruplets 1 in 13 million The population of Fairview a town so small that all anyone talks about is the Fairview Four returning after fourteen years 7208The chance of Reagan blending in with the crowd after a boy in her new toO be One of a kindFinally feeling like she belongs Reagan wants to enjoy every possibility her new life has to offer but things aren’t going as smoothly for her sisters How can Reagan possibly let herself be happy or maybe even fall in love when her family is finally turning to her for support? This book was pretty okay I almost DNFed it because I was just bored I liked all the characters enough but not enough for this character driven story to work out I felt like a book about uadruplets needed character development We get the basics of who is who Reece is the popular and loud one Reilly is the nice one Rhiannon is the rebellious and smart one and Reagan is the shy one But I needed about who makes who who they are I mean I just kept mixing up Reilly and Reece's personalitiesAlso I felt like a lot of problems were just brought up without being fully addressed Reagan is growing distant with her best friend from Richmond but the full effect of that is never addressed We get that she is sad and there's a sister bonding moment but then she just gets over it This is her best friend since elementary school so I feel like there should be some maturity from this situation Maybe some reflections some talking it out with her friend some extended sadness The moments I loved the most were the sister moments I wanted of that I think it's special to be a uadruplet and I love ow all the sisters are each other's best friends That being sad I wanted of them being individuals The way it's done is they all eventually change the way they look on the outside but on the inside I don't think Reagan has come to terms with how to be an individual with three identical sisters and I think she needed to It wasn't that I disliked this book I was just bored while reading it and think it left some to be desired Goodreads says two stars is it's okay and that's how I felt It wasn't bad it wasn't good it was just okay This book was given to me for free via NetGalley in exchange for an honest opinion It has not affected my review at all