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  1. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I received this book from Voracious Readers Only in exchange for an honest review.Overall, this was a really cute book I appreciated the view from a different culture and not having it be a stereotypical family set up The story was fresh in some areas, but a little hurried or done in others The ending comes to mind as a rushed feeling question mark, rather than the bow to wrap up a wonderful story The best part of this story is the protagonist, Kate, who I found to be very likable when other I received this book from Voracious Readers Only in exchange for an honest review.Overall, this was a really cute book I appreciated the view from a different culture and not having it be a stereotypical family set up The story was fresh in some areas, but a little hurried or done in others The ending comes to mind as a rushed feeling question mark, rather than the bow to wrap up a wonderful story The best part of this story is the protagonist, Kate, who I found to be very likable when others around her fell flat or felt out of place like her ex boyfriend, Josh While there were a few grammatical errors, they weren t so frequent or dramatic that they would impede the story If you are looking for a light, cute read, I d recommend this It was an easy read and didn t lull, making it ideal for a cozy, rainy day read


  2. Jayme Carruthers Jayme Carruthers says:

    Thank you to Voracious Readers Only for the review copy of The Boyfriend App All opinions are my own The Boyfriend App follows Kate, an 11th grader, who just went through her first big break up Devastated, she doesn t know where to turn Love isn t supposed to hurt, is it After losing her cell phone and having it returned by a mystery classmate, she sees an ad for an app called My Dream Boyfriend Through AI technology, a user would create the perfect boy who would then chat with them and Thank you to Voracious Readers Only for the review copy of The Boyfriend App All opinions are my own The Boyfriend App follows Kate, an 11th grader, who just went through her first big break up Devastated, she doesn t know where to turn Love isn t supposed to hurt, is it After losing her cell phone and having it returned by a mystery classmate, she sees an ad for an app called My Dream Boyfriend Through AI technology, a user would create the perfect boy who would then chat with them and be the perfect boyfriend no cheating, no lying, purely love Figuring she has nothing to lose, Kate downloads the app and creates Ecto Kate actually ends up falling for Ecto, but starts to believe there is a real person behind the creation of him Maybe one of her classmates is secretly feeding Ecto lines Her search leads her to go to prom with Dion, where she is convinced Ecto is going to show up She finally finds out a lot about Ecto and his creation, but that doesn t make things any easier.This was such an interesting idea to write a novel on At first, I was hesitant to read it because I wasn t sure I was going to like it A girl falling in love with a cell phone app Sounds ridiculous But it was really well done and I actually very much enjoyed this book I finished it quickly because I found myself wanting to see what was going to happen with Kate and Ecto next Well written, cute concept, 4 out of 5 stars VRO voraciousreadersonly books bookstagram bibliophile reviewer


  3. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    I want to thank Voracious Readers only for an opportunity to read this book and provide an honest review.Because you can get a synopsis of the plot of the book from the Website, I d like to simply focus on what I liked and disliked about the book, and how I came to my rating Likes The construction of the book was timely With teens focusedon online life, it is perfectly realistic and reasonable that Kate would develop such a strong relationship with Ecto I felt empathy for Kate Let s fa I want to thank Voracious Readers only for an opportunity to read this book and provide an honest review.Because you can get a synopsis of the plot of the book from the Website, I d like to simply focus on what I liked and disliked about the book, and how I came to my rating Likes The construction of the book was timely With teens focusedon online life, it is perfectly realistic and reasonable that Kate would develop such a strong relationship with Ecto I felt empathy for Kate Let s face it many of us girls have thought we could change the bad boy into something better, and the majority of us have failed Hence the mantra, date the bad boy and marry the good boy.Dislikes There were some inconsistencies Kate made a comment about how she was always cleaning up Josh s texting language, yet her online language with Ecto is full of textisms I felt that there were a lot of ancillary characters that did not do much to move the story along For example, Kate s friends were there but kind of not there Teenage girls talk about everything with their friends I guess I expected to seeconversations there I didn t like that Dion turned out to be such a jerk Throughout the book he was considered a nice guy and a friend to Kate Then, he s kind of cruel when he reveals what Ecto had him do.So, for timeliness and the main character, those were positives for me


  4. Amanda Amanda says:

    I received a complimentary copy of the book from the author via Voracious Readers This book does take a bit to actually get into I think maybe I just had some difficulty with the narration voice because it seemed a little simplistic so it took awhile to adjust That being said, once the story picks up a bit , it does get better Basically girl dates bad boy, doesn t work out, ends up talking to an AI on her phone There is definitely some gush worthy dialogue and feelings in there I will I received a complimentary copy of the book from the author via Voracious Readers This book does take a bit to actually get into I think maybe I just had some difficulty with the narration voice because it seemed a little simplistic so it took awhile to adjust That being said, once the story picks up a bit , it does get better Basically girl dates bad boy, doesn t work out, ends up talking to an AI on her phone There is definitely some gush worthy dialogue and feelings in there I will say I think this story resolved nicely.For me the big points I look at with any book are the writing style, the characters, and the plot storyline So the writing style definitely wasn t my favorite, and I feel like if you read a lot you ll probably have some difficulty picking through this one but then again, it is pretty short so what I would callof an afternoon read I feel like the author definitely could have donewith the characters, but there s enough to get a good feel for them at least The main character seems to somewhat be the typical stereotypical teenager so there could have been somedevelopment there, but it s sufficient for the point of the story The plot is interesting I like the idea and especially the latter part of the book So there were some interesting points in there, but then again, if you ve seen any classic teen drama high school movieif you catch my drift So I m going with 2 stars because it was okay Would I recommend it to a friend Maybe Like it just depends, honestly It s a pretty short read You can t beat the current price if you re picking up an electronic copy If you re looking to waste an afternoon, and the synopsis sounds like something you would be interested, I would definitely say go for it and don t give up because of the first couple chapters


  5. Elsbeth Elsbeth says:

    This was a cute, short little story with a premise I ve never seen before The writing was a little too simplistic for my liking, and it took a while for the story to get going The characters needed a lotdevelopment as only Kate and Ecto were really fleshed out The author managed to fit an impressive amount of plot into a short book, but the ending felt rushed and unsatisfying to me Ecto was definitely my favourite character, and some of the things he did for Kate were absolutely adorab This was a cute, short little story with a premise I ve never seen before The writing was a little too simplistic for my liking, and it took a while for the story to get going The characters needed a lotdevelopment as only Kate and Ecto were really fleshed out The author managed to fit an impressive amount of plot into a short book, but the ending felt rushed and unsatisfying to me Ecto was definitely my favourite character, and some of the things he did for Kate were absolutely adorable I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author via Voracious Readers Only


  6. Catherine Catherine says:

    It got off to a slow start and my interest waned But by the time I got to the start of the boyfriend app part, I began to get hooked and soon became compelled to keep reading The plot was clever and original In short, I found this book fascinating I have never read anything else like it I would recommend it to those who are looking for something different Thank you for the opportunity of reading my free review copy.


  7. Jane Hassett Jane Hassett says:

    Thank you Voracious Readers Only for the copy of The Boyfriend app for my honest review This book was hard to get into, I m unsure if it was because it was a little simplisticor if it was because I found the story slow to get started Once it started it seemed to rush to the end It was an easy read and one you didn t really have to think about so if your looking for an easy read this is one for you.


  8. Rhiannon Kennard Rhiannon Kennard says:

    I was able to get a copy of this book through Voracious Readers and honestly I m torn I desperately enjoyed the romanticism of this novel and the ache and joy the passion of true love brought to me however, I can t quite explain what I felt was missing I did enjoy the concept and Mon writes love like nobody I ve ever read before In summary, it s a passionate and romantic book and that s all there is too it P.s where can I get an ecto


  9. Nikki Nikki says:

    I love the concept of the story and almost got the happy ending I was hoping for.This book was a little bit hard for me to engage fully with, especially as the main character professes her love of English and need to write everything correctly then proceeds to message Ecto in slang and coded text.I thought it was a fabulous idea for a story and thank Voracious Readers for this book.


  10. Dee Dee says:

    Thank you Voracious Readers only for the complimentary copy to review I did enjoy the book, was younger than I thought.So, not something I would usually read Thought it was very entertaining It was a well written book Not sure as if I would buy into another in the series.


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The Boyfriend App ➹ [Read] ➵ The Boyfriend App By Mon D. Rea ➼ – Thomashillier.co.uk Weeks before Valentine s, seventeen year old Kate Lapuz goes through her first ever breakup, but soon she stumbles upon a mysterious new app called My Dream Boyfriend, an AI chatbot that has the abili Weeks before Valentine s, seventeen year old Kate Lapuz goes through her first ever breakup, but soon she stumbles upon a mysterious new app called My Dream The Boyfriend MOBI :↠ Boyfriend, an AI chatbot that has the ability to understand human feelings Casually, she participates in the app s trial run but finds herself immersed in the empathic conversations with her customizable virtual boyfriend, Ecto In a society both connected and alienated by technology, Kate suspects an actual secret admirer is behind Ecto Could it be the work of the techie student council president Dion or has Kate really found her soulmate in bits of computer code She decides to get to the bottom of the cutting edge app Her search for Ecto s real identity leads Kate to prom, where absolute knowledge comes with a very steep price.