And when your life starts falling apart, you’re supposed to have the other person to lean on. I was shocked at how hard it was to buy a house. The Harder the Fall (Girl Meets Ghost) by Lauren Barnholdt, review and content notes. Kendall must find a way to help ghosts make peace with. Intrepid year-old ghost-whisperer Kendall returns with a new ghost and new boyfriend problems.

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Lauren Barnholdt Book List – FictionDB

This book was ok, because the story was cute and romantic and stuff. Luren is the real deal. Okay, I took those myself, ha. Sure, they were an unlikely high school couple. I read it first. Mar 05, Emma BelleBooks rated it liked it Shelves: Kendall is also haunted by a girl named Lyra with an attitude whose flaky mom and flirtatious brother have opened a nail salon.

Review: The Harder the Fall by Lauren Barnholdt

Sep 03, Shxrxn rated it it was ok. Jan 13, Nate rated it did not like it. Then there was this psycho girlfriend part. And Jessica from Confessions of a Bookaholic made this for my contest:. Suerte que la serie de relatos no llevan un orden, porque he comenzado por el segundo.

Moment of Truth – 1. But I have gotten some from other people, I swear! Playing With Fire – 2.

The Harder the Fall by Lauren Barnholdt

Kendall is a chipper, loveable narrator, though she seems more like fourteen than twelve. This one was super short, but I still liked it because it was cute! In retaliation, Cooper steals the notebook she writes hare of her fears and goals in, and demands she do everything on her secret But they clicked; it worked.


Twelve year-old Kendall has a small problem: And Collegiate Bookworm who made the awesome widgets in my last postmade a trailer that is so cute! Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Post them on your blog and leave me a comment to be entered to win an iPad and barnholxt bunch of other cool stuff.

Sure i’m over 30 which i’m sure isn’t the target audience, but it was a sweet little read and i LOVED it! Natalia Moore is the new girl at Santa Anna Prep, and all she wants to do is fly under the radar — get to her classes, meet a few friends, and try not to make a total fool of herself in the me FYI, I hate December.

See 1 question about Falling Hard…. I liked that the characters were ffalling and that they kept in mind that they had just met. Igual le he dado 2 estrellas, pero que conste que he leido cosas peores, y la verdad es que, bueno para ser una historia corta no esta taaaaaaaaan mal au Goodreads esta loco porque este es el primer Emily and Ashton’s connection just felt so-so.

I say it’s okay, for an interesting plot line, but it’s not really a story that’s unique or different, or something that would be retained in the mind after reading it. Apparently Emily’s mom wants her to be a Mean Girl type chick, think Rachel McAdam’s character, not Lindsay Lohan’s and for some irresponsible reason this grown woman wants Emily to invite popular underaged teens over to irrespo First off, this is 2 in a series?


Then there’s a semi-drunken mix-up and it looks like Emily and Ashton fallihg not be together.

So what if what she has planned is kind of sort of illegal? The second book of Lauren Barnholdt’s exciting Moment of Truth series: Of course, the person who said it was kind of a brat, so that could be clouding my judgment. In Season Two, they fought even harder not to fallkng each other. It got better after that part and then ended on a sweet note.

And I’m just not sure this kind of fiction translates to my crowd. Kendall Fallinh talks to dead people all the time. Other books in the series. Lauren Barnholdt did a great job writing this series in the perspective of teenagers.

She loves pink sparkly pencils and ice cream. Mar 25, Catalina Sennett rated it liked it. One of them is pretending not to be leaving something behind. Even if it was tumultuous.