A Totally Awkward Love Story by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison
Rating: 5/5 stars
Synopsis: Morgan Matson meets Anna and the French Kiss in this “laugh-out-loud” (Bustle.com) romance about missed connections, trying to find “The One”, and holding on to them once you’ve got them.
The summer before college, Hannah swears she’s finally going to find The One. And for five perfect minutes, Hannah does find him–in the master bathroom at a house party. She just wishes she’d caught his name, because Toilet Boy Cinderella really lacks sex appeal.
For Sam, the summer is off to a bad start for a million reasons. But for five minutes his luck changes: Sam falls head over heels for some strange and hilarious girl who he meets inside a fancy purple restroom. Of course, he doesn’t get her name. And with his luck, he’ll never see her again, and he’ll remain a girlfriendless, moony-eyed virgin. Forever.
But another chance meeting brings them together, only to have a chance misunderstanding drive them apart . . . and then the cycle starts all over again. Madcap mishaps, raunchy hilarity, and deep romance follow these two wherever they go. For two people so clearly destined for each other, they sure have a hell of a lot of trouble getting together.
I recommend this 100%. I am a romantic, but those who aren’t would get something out of it. I really like that the POV switches and that the setting is not in the same spot. The characters don’t stay in one place for the whole book which makes it more interesting. Hannah and her friends went to Greece! Sam and his family go to an island on the English Channel.