Book Review: Like You Care



I am nothing.


I’d rather be invisible than deal with what happens on the days my classmates decide to acknowledge my existence.
But then Turner Hall shows up – all cool confidence and witty banter – and all of a sudden I don’t want to be invisible any more. I want to be seen.

I want him to see me.

I’m not who he thinks I am but I’m starting to suspect he’s not all he says he is either.

Just my luck that he starts to make friends with my tormentors. How am I supposed to tell him who I really am? How am I supposed to show him my true face? What if the boy I’m falling in love with decides I’m nothing too?

Like You Care by Kaydence Snow. Aww I really liked this book. It is sad that Mena thinks so bad about herself because of birthmark. I’m sure there are lots of people who think the same way and it’s nice to see what they might be going through. If only she could have thought of herself as beautiful. I wanted to see her makeup tricks! It sounded so beautiful! It was heartbreaking to read about Mena and Turner’s love story. He gets to know her before he even sees her, but is that enough? It’s like the new Netflix show about falling in love without seeing the other person, can you really love them after you see their face? The bullies at this school are so mean! Reading the bleach scene was hard and I just felt her heart during that part. I wouldn’t want to come back either.

This was a bully romance with a sweet, heartfelt book that I think anyone would enjoy. I think this is a standalone since Mena gets a HEA, but a duet would be cute! Seeing how Turner and our MC’s college lives work out.

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