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Want to Read. Rate this book. Meet Me at Midnight Jessica Pennington. They have a love-hate relationship with summer. Sidney and Asher should have clicked. Two star swimmers forced to spend their summers on a lake together sounds like the perfect match.
But their plans are thrown in sudden jeopardy when their feud causes their families to be kicked out of their beloved lake houses. Once in their new accommodations, Sidney expects the prank war to continue as usual. But then she gets a note— Meet me at midnight. And Asher has a proposition for her: forces for one last summer of epic pranks, against a shared enemy—the woman who kicked them out.
Kind of like the undeniable attraction growing between them. Young Adult. Young Adult Contemporary. Young Adult Romance. Contemporary Romance. Realistic Fiction. Original Title Meet Me at Midnight. This edition Format s, Hardcover. Published April 7, by Tor Teen. Language English. More details. Jessica Pennington 3 books followers. Jessica Pennington is no stranger to the combination of love and drama. A writer since the age of ten—when she sought publication for her poem about a tree—Jessica likes the challenge of finding the humor in a sad situation or highlighting the awkwardness in a romantic one.
She lives in a Michigan beach town suspiciously similar to the one in her novel, with her husband Josh and their son, Rory. Search review text. Displaying 1 - 10 of reviews. Meet Me at Midnight is the perfect enemies to lovers summer romance balanced with just the right amount of humour, banter and pranks. We follow our main characters Asher and Sidney, star swimmers. Each year they and their families rent summer houses by the lake. But instead of spending their holidays relaxing- they take place in an intense prank war.
From Kool-aid in the shower to mayonnaise covered floors, they are constantly on high alert, waiting for the other to making their move and planning their own retaliation. But it is now their last summer before going off to college, and they may have to team up against a common enemy. Sparks will fly, but who knows if they will be the romantic kind or the explosive one? This book was just what I needed. It was well written and easy to keep flipping the s. I felt myself instantly connected to the characters, and really invested in their lives.
Jessica Pennington did an excellent job at developing their relationship. By using dual POVs and a few flashbacks to their first summer, we get a clear understanding of not just one of the characters, but both. Their relationship progressed at just the right speed and there wasn't unnecessary drama added in to add roadblocks. Everything felt realistic and true to character. I was in it for the characters, which is just what I want from contemporary romances. I loved the little details that made this story refreshing and new. The war board games they played at parties was really fun to read about, and I really related to Sidney in her strategic mind and competitive nature I wonder why no one wants to play monopoly with me?
The entire time I read this I craved the chocolate chip pancakes Sidney would make Asher and wanted to go swim in a lake. Something I really appreciated in this book was that Sidney was an athlete as well as Asher. A common trope of YA contemporary is that the boy is the athletic one, but in Meet Me at Midnight, they both were. As well as that, we see the actual training and work that goes into being a swimmer. From early morning swims to running, training and going to the gym.
Overall, if you are looking for a new hate to love summer romance- look no further! This is cute. Really cute. I like the characters, the banter and the prank. It is not immature like many YA romance novel. Sydney and Asher have that romance where they practically spending summer vacation together. Both of them are competitive. Their relationship from competitor turned into romance is cute and PG. Their conversation is cute. I wish I have a friend like Asher.
Really good read. Susan's Reviews. I skimmed the majority of this book, so I am labeling it a DNF. Very slow going in the second half. Another Goodread's reviewer Holly pointed out Sidney's immaturity - very astute! A true light bulb moment. Claude Bookzone's review is also spot on. Aj the Ravenous Reader. Too cute! I am enjoying so much Asher and Sid 's daily pranks on each other until Sid got carried away and cost her and Asher's family to vacate their cabins in 48 hours that they all ended up sharing the same vacation house. Asher's is very distinct from that of Sidney's even though they are both hilarious in their own ways.
Everything is a competition between them even the truce leading to "outnicing" each other which eventually led to dating each other which also of course turns into a competition. It's sweet, cute, funny, a tad bit predictable but enjoyable just kind of like Kasie West's books. Caitlin Re. This book was a really cute and fun read! Sidney and Asher both lived to torment and tease each other. Some of their pranks were pretty hilarious. Their pranks and antics end up getting them kicked out of their houses and lands them in one house.
They team up together to prank the woman who kicked them out of their houses and begin to realize their true feelings for each other. The relationship between Sidney and Asher felt real and was well developed. The flashbacks were placed well and helpful to understand how they came to the point they are at. I would like to from Jessica Pennington in the future! Jaime Arkin. How much do I hate Jessica Pennington? Negative 1 million! This book is absolute perfection and I loved every second of it!
Get this preordered my friends - you will love it!! Claude's Bookzone. It started really well and I thought the dynamics between Sydney and Asher were going to make this quite a funny read. And it was. However, it could have done with a nip and tuck to cut away some of the unnecessary parts. It would have made the story more entertaining because there wouldn't have been the lulls that I ended up speed reading my way through.
Witty banter and funny shenanigans. I so badly wanted to love this! After that first summer though, they have been in a battle of wits. Each one trying to outdo the other with pranks.Meet up at midnight
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