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Libby Garrett is addicted to Owen Jackson’s hot lovin’. But the sexy, popular college basketball player doesn’t appreciate all of Libby’s awesomeness. He refuses to be exclusive or even admit to people that they’re dating.

The relationship is ruining Libby and she’s the only one who can’t see it. When Libby’s behavior spirals completely out of control, her best friend Avery Shaw and the rest of the Science Squad stage an intervention hoping to cure Libby of her harmful Owen addiction. They put her through her very own Twelve Libroo program-Owen’s Anonymous-and recruit the help of a sexy, broody, hard as nails coffee man to be her official sponsor.

Adam Koepp has watched Libby Garrett for years. How could he not notice the sassy girl with the purple skateboard and helmet plastered with cat stickers?

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But in all the years he’s crushed on her, Libby has failed to take notice of him. Why would she when he was just a nobody deecargar school drop out who served her apple cider several times a week?

Especially when she was hooking up with a guy like Owen Jackson-a guy with a college scholarship and more abs than Kyle Hamilton. Adam finally gets the chance to meet Libby when his co-worker Avery Shaw recruits him to take Libby on the journey of a lifetime. With his ability to play Bad Cop and his experience with the Twelve Step program he’s the perfect candidate to be Libby’s sponsor.

But will he be able to keep his personal feelings out of the matter and really help her the way she needs? And will Libby hate him when he forces her to take an honest look at herself? Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Detalles del producto Tapa blanda: You ask what’s been going on in the town of Spanish Fork, Utah? Well, Elizabeth Ruby Garrett – or Libby – hasn’t been acting herself for a while now. She’s wearing a different set of wardrobe gone are her kooky cat-themed shirts.

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She’s dyed her hair blonde. She’s ditched her friends.

See, she’s been trying so hard to impress her “boyfriend” Owen, her school’s star athlete, never mind that Owen doesn’t want to be caught seen with her in public. Libby used to be part of the science squad, which is a group of brainy friends that hang together. Except Libby has fallen in the habit of letting her friends down. Her focus is solely on Owen, her boyfriend in caps. Her friends are worried.


Clearly, what’s required is an intervention. Who better to aveery that intervention than Adam Koepp, a year-old barista at the nerd herd’s coffee shop hang-out? After all, Adam has had experience with addiction, plus he’s got tattoos.

So, he’s gone thru stuff. But maybe the most qualifying thing about Adam sgaw that he secretly cares about Libby. Once you get to his first-person narration, you’ll learn he’s been crushing on her forever.

Or I could just tell you. The Libby Garrett Intervention charts the ups avey downs of the ensuing relationship between a high school dropout – that’s Adam – and a girl what’s so self-conscious about her weight, she’ll demean herself just to be with the popular stud on campus – and that’s Libby. We observe Libby’s being talked into allowing Adam to be her sponsor to walk her thru the twelve-step program of ridding herself of her Owen addiction.

It goes about as smoothly as you’d expect.

This being a companion piece and a sequel to The Avery Shaw Experiment, there’s no call to raise an eyebrow when Avery Shaw occasionally strolls into the page. She’s Adam’s co-worker at the coffee shop and, after all, she’s Libby’s close friend, and she frets about her. Her guy, Grayson, is here, too, but more in the background. Note that this sequel picks up a year after The Avery Shaw Experiment.

Long enough to effect a drastic, distasteful change in Libby. And what’s up with Adam the barista? His life isn’t near as privileged as Libby’s. Libby comes from money. She’s the product of her mom and dad’s relaxed parenting ways There were times when I felt they weren’t applying enough discipline on their daughter, that they were more friends with her than the grown-ups in the room.

It’s a neat touch, though, having Libby’s dad be this cool snowboarding legend. And I enjoyed Mr. Garrett’s chill conversations with Adam. But, wait, we were on what’s up with Adam the barista. Guy comes from a broken home with an awful family situation that he’d tried his best to remedy. One of my favorite things about the book is his cute relationship with his younger teen sister Kate who is as fiercely protective of him as he is of her.

Kate Koepp comes off really well in this one. Wouldn’t mind at all if Kelly Oram’s next push in this series revolves around her. Besides coming from the wrong descarbar of the tracks, Adam feels the added stigma of having dropped out of high school.

So, no, he doesn’t at all believe he’s in Libby’s league. Kelly Oram can for sure spin yarns. Her use of alternating first-person perspectives by Libby and Adam ensures that we snag a pretty good idea of where both characters are coming from. It’s clever how Oram parallels Libby’s clingy need for her jerk boyfriend with an addiction.

That way, I was less inclined to dismiss Libby as a spoiled, clingy, unlikable brat which she is for most of the book. Oram doesn’t dive into deep cuts in exploring the why of Libby’s insecurities. Oram does touch experimen body-shaming – and, also, libo body-shaming – but she doesn’t make it into a heavy-handed, pulpit-pounding sermon.


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We get it that Libby’s lack of self-esteem roots out of her life-long struggle with weight. We do get a good sense of the damage accrued when entrenched in an abusive relationship. I appreciated that Oram doesn’t try to sugarcoat that, or romanticize it.

I felt awful for Libby. She obviously thinks that no one will love her because of her weight, and that it’s better to have a physical relationship with a guy, even if he doesn’t want to be seen with her in public, because at least she feels wanted even if it’s just for skeezy sex.

I very much appreciated Adam’s patience and kindness and AND frankness. He didn’t back down from telling her what she needed to hear, as opposed to what she wanted to hear. It’s a sweet exepriment pretty damn wonderful teen romance with ,ibro side helping of sensitive issues deftly addressed.

I liked catching up with the nerd herd from the first book. I liked the scenes at the skate park. This is a “clean” book. I think this author only ever writes clean books. But there are heaps of innuendo. There’s no doubting that Libby has gone beyond heavy petting with her jerk boyfriend.

Oram’s 1st of her “Science Squad” series, “The Avery Shaw Experiment”, but different shae in all the ways that make a great sequel. The story is, of course, different, with a different premise, but follows the “process to healing” pattern set up in in the first novel with Avery Shaw’s actual experiment. I’m still trying to figure out how to not put that on my sexy hubby and even my mom still! The head start, in more formative years, would have been MUCH appreciated.

In my professional and private experience, the average teenager is more likely to succumb to low self-esteem motivated sexual activity than to engage in a super mature, committed relationship.

That those “friends” or “family” are not someone we should be with, be they boyfriend or family member. So yeah, I wouldn’t recommend this book to those who’s ideas about the casual sharing of their body might be negatively impacted by them.

And we’re all influenced by what we expose ourselves to, whether we think we are or not true scientific fact y’allso buyer beware. I would rate this book PG Gana dinero con nosotros. Todos los derechos reservados. Amazon Music Transmite millones de canciones. Book Depository Libros con entrega gratis en todo el mundo. Kindle Direct Publishing Sahw tu libro en papel y digital de manera independiente.

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