So Over You

So Over You There is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here Layney Logan girl reporter That s all she s ever wanted to be This year her senior year not only does she have to share the coveted Senior Edi

  • Title: So Over You
  • Author: Gwen Hayes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • There is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here.Layney Logan, girl reporter That s all she s ever wanted to be This year, her senior year, not only does she have to share the coveted Senior Editor position with her arch nemesis, Jimmy Foster, she also has to figure out how to keep the school paper alive With the local paper closing and the school cutting JournaliThere is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here.Layney Logan, girl reporter That s all she s ever wanted to be This year, her senior year, not only does she have to share the coveted Senior Editor position with her arch nemesis, Jimmy Foster, she also has to figure out how to keep the school paper alive With the local paper closing and the school cutting Journalism from the budget, it s a long shot Working side by side with Foster, the guy she likes to call Lucifer, makes it even worse.The only thing Layney dislikes than swimming in the high school dating pool is Jimmy Foster thinking he got the best of her, so she takeshis ridiculous newspaper assignment to go on twelve blind dates to prove his powers of darkness won t work on her The trouble is, the she learns about herself on her journey of bad blind dates, the she wonders if maybe Foster has known her better than she knows herself all this time And maybe she should have trusted him with the secret she s kept for four years the secret that broke them up to begin with.

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    1. 3.5 stars Sometimes after a hard day, you just need to slip into your worn old flannel pyjamas and eat a bowl of ice cream. After reading a thoroughly vexing book late last night, I really needed a little comfortd this one did not disappoint!Layney and Jimmy are co-editors of their school newspaper who hate each other. They're doing a teen male calendar as a fundraiser, so for in-depth profiles (hah!) about the guys, Layney is "maneuvered" (hah!) by Jimmy into going on dates with all the boys. W [...]

    2. I’m almost as big of a sucker for stories like this - stories where the protagonist and the love interest start off hating each other - as for stories of bad boys falling for good girls. The reason for this is probably that I can relate to these kind of stories extremely well, seeing as my own boyfriend and I used to hate each other’s guts and were less than thrilled at the beginning when things started to change between us.I got this from for only 2.21$ and went into it with really low exp [...]

    3. (Actual Rating: 3.5 stars)First thought post-reading: AwwwNot many books can turn me into a puddle of mush after only 40,000 words -- but this one managed it.  So Over You is just one of those books that managed to dig its claws into my sensitive side and wring the smiles and sighs from me again and again.High school senior Layney Logan is not happy.  Her beloved newspaper, the Follower, has been moved to online-only format after budget cuts at her school downgraded the school newspaper to a j [...]

    4. More reviews can be found at my blog Nomalicious ReadsSo Over You by Gwen Hayes was a short, heart-warming yet delectable read.This little story has so many great witty lines and the chemistry between Logan and Foster, was electrifying.Layney is the tough girl reporter, with one goal in mind: to make her senior year as co-Chief Editor a success, and bring the school paper back on top. Jimmy is her arch nemesis, ex-boyfriend and her co-Chief Editor; seems to be out to get her and constantly ruffl [...]

    5. I really liked this book. It was really funny in the beginning, I loved the objectifying cats thing and her names for Foster; Lucifer, Satan, Beelzebub, I thought it was hilarious, but I also got a sense that it was a little sad because she seemed to mean them, but sometimes got a glimpse of pain and feelings for him, showing that she really didn't. Then it got more serious towards the end, with good reason. I loved the banter and the way they acted but then couldn't help but like each other. I [...]

    6. SO OVER YOU satisfies something that’s been missing in what I’ve been reading lately:It’s funnyon purpose. More often than not, I laugh at how ridiculous I find a scenario or at how improbable I find certain events in books. And while this one does have a serious side, it’s laughter that was in mind when a girl “married to her job” is forced to go on twelve blind dates. So, funny? Check.It’s also fun when a lead is likable in how off-center she is. And she knows that she’s neurot [...]

    7. Layney Logan and Jimmy Foster hate each other but are forced to deal with each other on a daily basis. Somehow they ended up as co-editors on the high school paper. This year, their senior year, is particularly stressful because of budget cuts they have to find a way to fund the paper on their own. They come up with a calendar photo shoot of a boy from a different club or sport, each month. Jimmy however, feels that the calendar will have an even broader appeal if they do a feature along with th [...]

    8. 3.5 StarsThis is the first book by Gwen Hayes I have read and I really enjoyed this story. Layney Logan was such an incredible character and well defined. It’s Layney’s senior year and she is co-chief editor with Beelzebub (aka Jimmy Foster) her arch nemesis. With funding and cuts, the Journalism class is about to be void but Layney is determined to keep it alive and running no matter the cost.Layney is set up on 12 random dates for a fundraising calendar which is anything but enticing to he [...]

    9. well this sure wasmethinge thing is there were aspects of this book i did like, like the idea of oliver/laney, but the execution was just idk.i mean it starts off pretty promising and i'm kind of annoyed the book just didn't stick to that relationship and exploring it (because it definitely had promise! i'm always down for love/hate ships when handled correctly especially since laney and jimmy have a history together) instead it had to add something tragic to the whole back-story between them an [...]

    10. it was GREAt, awesome, fun read. Alas! IT WAS ALL THINGS I DIDN'T EXPECT. a good way.2 EX's. sharing Editor-in-chief role. a challenge. 12 dates.You would've thought (just like what I first did) the story is the usual 2 ex's who hate each other to death fall back in love again. Well, the book surprised me in many ways I wouldn't have thought it would.After all the happy moments, where the happy meter constantly binged up, constant banterings, funny and witty remarks, sarcastic lines,I thought it [...]

    11. 4.5 STARSThis is my 2nd book by Gwen Hayes and one that will make me go out and read whatever she writes. So Over You is a fast paced quick read with so much detail that the story just jumped of the page.The two main characters Jimmy and Layney are just great together some of the best bits in the book come from them. So Over You is a story of friendship,lose,romance and finding yourself again.Perfect for any YA chick lit fan.Favourite Quotes 1= "I told her I liked the way your name made my heart [...]

    12. This was my second audio book and I have to say, once I started listening to this, it was very addicting. I loved the storyline, it was entertaining, sweet and funny - what more could I have asked for?

    13. (this may or may not contain spoilers depending on how you look at it)It's rare that one finds a chic lit thats actually different. No not completely different otherwise it wouldn't be a chic lit. But there are certain elements of a chic lit that you would expect. For starters a female lead you may want to slap from time to time. I actually LOVED Layne. I have a total girl crush on her. It's because of her personality. She reminds me of myself (a bit). She isn't a stupid ice queen nor is she a p [...]

    14. For a while I've been wanting to read this. After I finished Falling Under, I found this on the internet and decided to read it because I loved Falling Under so much. I gave up shortly after becausewell I'm a book lover. I prefer physical books over ebooks anyday. Eventually I grew desperate enough to search for this on and ended up getting this in a package with Totally Tubular. Hey it was free, so why not? I get not one but two free books by Gwen Hayes. :)I went into this expecting to read a [...]

    15. So Over You is the story of Layney Logan and her archnemesis Jimmy Foster. Set with the backdrop of the struggling high school newspaper, Logan and Foster battle out their mutual hatred of each other. Layney is about as closed off to people as a person can get and while she pretends that her non-life is exactly the life she wants, she has to admit it doesn't feel much like living lately. It's been 4 years since the Logan and Foster ended their "first love" relationship and they are still at each [...]

    16. SoTurns out I'd already read this book at some point and then totaly forgot about it. That really goes to show how unremarkable I actually found it. It wasn't bad, it wasn't good, it was plain old average.We have the usual "too mature, control freak" heroine. Layney wasn't an awful heroine, I think that mostly my problem was that she was the usual neurotic teenager with a traumatic event in her past. About 30% in the book it was really obvious that sth of that nature had happened to her so I fou [...]

    17. I ♥ this book. 5 stars all the way!After DNFing many books because I couldn't really get into them, I decided to give this a try because of Wendy's review. I was rather skeptical because of my new strange habit - abandoning a book within 30 pages and getting restless to find a new book. I'm really glad I picked this up. This book is a light, upbeat read. And the heroine was someone I could both admire and be friends with. This book is not perfect. Nor is it the best YA I have ever read. But it [...]

    18. A girl with a dark secret who doesn't date is sent on twelve dates for her journalism group to help them make money.e person who set it up Jimmy Foster her ex boyfriend from eight grade whom she still in a very secluded way still lovesFrom the start of reading this book I was alittle unsure if I wanted to read itbut as the story developed I grew to fall in love with Layney and Jimmy.but most of all Mr. February was THEE best everI love love love Micah and that tongue pricing and am sad that him [...]

    19. One of my favorite new authors!Very funny and smart. It's refreshing when the heroines are clever and on the unconventional side of things (like say,journalism club). The plot was cute and silly (well, mostly. Keep reading). Laney refuses to date high school boys but is sent on 12 dates with boys from various clubs/activities at school in the name of investigative journalism for the upcoming calender. It was entertaining to see how she handled all the silly situations she got into, as well as he [...]

    20. I loved this book. What girl wouldn't love to go on 12 blind dates with no risk because your hot ex-boyfriend will be watching your back to make sure that none of the guys you've been set up with harm you in anyway. I was surprised that this book wasn't just a light quick read but rather it delved into some pretty hard hitting subjects and handled them well. I read this book in one sitting and thoroughly enjoyed it from the first page to the last.

    21. I had a friend here on lend this one to me. I am so grateful that she did because this book was so good! I quickly read the book with a few cups of coffee. I found myself really enjoying it. It's just one of those books that you don't really have to think about and it's a lot of fun.

    22. The concept and description for So Over You screams "Romantic Comedy Starring Katherine Heigl." Except in high school, but basically the same thing. Layney is co-editor of her high school newspaper. Her "nemesis," Jimmy Foster is the other editor. They banter; they make fun of each other; they get along just enough to get the job done. It's Layney's senior year and the job is particularly difficult because the school has completely taken away all budget and resources for the school newspaper. Th [...]

    23. So Over You is a short, typical young adult novel. It has no unique plot and for the most part, it’s pretty much predictable. But tell you what, even with all those things in mind, this book totally rocks!So Over You features our seventeen year old heroine, Layney Logan. She’s definitely an interesting character. She has a fiery personality and she’s not one to back down from a challenge. So, when her next assignment is to take on twelve blind dates for their fundraiser, she agrees (eventh [...]

    24. He flashed me the universal don't-say-it hand sign "Not a word." "I can't believe you had aaa stiffy!" He blushed furiously, reminding me he was really a red head. "Look I'm a guy. Your ass was touching my groin. of course I'm going to pop a boner. It's a natural reaction."This cracked me up so much! In case your wondering they were stuck in a closet hiding from something :) Anyway I want to give a round of applause for this author, her writing is so funny and somehow very deep. You see this boo [...]

    25. I wasn't really expecting anything great about So Over You that's why it took me so long to read this. But when one of my closest friends read this and gushed all about it on Twitter, I was motivated to start on this.So Over You is the story of Layney Logan. She's co-chief editor of the school paper with Jimmy Foster, one who she'd continuously dubbed as the devil and Satan. I actually chuckled whenever Layney spouts demonic references when talking to and about Jimmy.What the paper needed was a [...]

    26. The end decided my rating. It was a good book, although much darker than I was expecting. I thought it would be a nice school-chick-lit YA, and in some way it is. Laney runs a newspaper in school, along with her archi-nemesis, Jimmy Foster, who she calls Satan, Lucifer, etc. They argue, they call each other names, and she "hates" him. It was a good "I-love-you/I-hate-you" relationship. They used to date when they were younger (4/5 years ago) and they split due a silly thing. Or Foster thinks so. [...]

    27. So Over You was one of those fluffy cute romance novels that just leave you feeling happy at the end. The book is about a girl named Layney Logan who recently became co-editor of the school newspaper with her arch rival Jimmy Foster. The paper decides they want to do a calendar featuring boys from all the different sports/clubs and somehow Layney gets roped into doing blind dates with all 12 in order to write stories about them all. The blind dates are really cute and funny. The one where she me [...]

    28. 3.5 stars rounded up to 4. A definite YA book involving high school students trying to keep the school newspaper alive. The main characters were boyfriend and girlfriend through the 8th grade but split up for reasons the now senior boyfriend really never understood. Both of them are now working to save the newspaper and they are friendly but easily antagonize each other with digs and barbs harking back to their former relationship.The boy is still very protective of the girl, and she has these f [...]

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