Meet Cute Review – Charlotte Annelise
Meet Cute is a young adult short story collection by fourteen authors. Siege Etiquette is about a popular girl at a party who gets stuck in a bathroom with because the meet cute was original and really kept me interested. Who says meet-cutes only happen in rom-coms? After check in, I asked the girl at the counter where to go to buy supplies and clothes etc. In film and television, a meet cute is a scene in which the two people who will form a future The only important thing to remember is that—in a movie—the boy and the girl must meet in some cute way. They cannot meet like normal people at.
I thought this story was enjoyable because the meet cute was original and really kept me interested. I liked reading about someone starting a new professional job because that is very rare and strange for YA. It would have been great to see the love interests interact more but overall it was great.
She is a curvy and tall black girl with a best friend who can look good in anything. This short story was great to read and I loved that it included a main character who is curvy and tall, which is something many teens will relate to. As the book is about meet cutes, I did expect there to be a bit more romance. Alexa is paired with Raden, and although she finds them to be incompatible, she is overwhelmed when she realises that she has lost her phone.
I loved this story because the concept was unique and the alternate reality seemed really cool. I love New York, so having the two of them run around the city made for a great atmosphere. It was also the kind of meet cute that I have been after this whole.
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She is asked to show music star Phineas to a psychic and she is quick to say yes due to her boredom at her summer job. This story was not so bad overall but I found the plot to be a bit contrived. There was the typical cute musician and a girl who gets a great internship just because her father owns the company. I thought the story had a good premise but it was just written in a strange way. I also thought the romance was unbelievable due to the ignorance by one of the characters.
I really enjoyed the way this story was written and I appreciated the magical realist elements to it. It was a bit confusing for me at times, which could be due to how short it was and there was little room for world-building.
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She makes friends with another girl at the airport and the two keep each other company as their flight gets delayed. This was my favourite story in the collection!
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I really loved it. The banter between the two girls was funny and it read like a proper meet cute situation. This story could definitely work as a full-length book. But first, let me be totally honest: I only gave half these stories over three stars.
Four five stars, two four stars, six three stars, one two, one one, for an average raiting of - get this - exactly a 3. So overall a pretty decent anthology? I wish a few of the threes had been edited just a bit more, because I think a bunch of them could have been so great!
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Unfortunately, a completely forgettable meet-cute involving cheating. Beautiful intro and outro really elevate this story. Best friend Stacy is just… such an asshole, which is hard to handle when their drama is played off.
And perhaps worst of all, the writing is just not good. This was sweet but nothing that actually stood out? Also, I think my utter hatred for something this author once wrote has kind of ruined her for me. Well, okay, first of all, none of the emotional punches the story goes for are actually earned so it just feels… random.
And jesus, this celebrity x intern thing is really so boring now. Nia is written fantastically — this is actually ownvoices for trans rep! Also the ending of this was so fucking iconic!! Scared-of-love Viola meets cute guy Sebastian on an island where everyone has soulmate bands.
Love the Twelfth Night reference, but why did it have to be to two siblings from that play? I literally want to read a full novel about these two girls. This feels like a Hayley Kiyoko song.
I thought this was sort of sweet, but I really cannot deny that it the banter is truly badly written.
None of you can ever understand how fucking cute? And it was so well-written! The author really knows how to drop in humor and leave it there rather than trying to force laughs. This follows Philip and Blythe, a boy and a girl stuck in a locked room for 24 hours to evaluate personality.