One Crazy Summer

One Crazy Summer A Recipe for Disaster Ingredients college junior fired from summer internship secret crush the cute and flirty type crush s best bud with a secret of his own In large bowl mix together colleg

  • Title: One Crazy Summer
  • Author: Ines Bautista-Yao
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Recipe for Disaster Ingredients 1 college junior, fired from summer internship1 secret crush, the cute and flirty type1 crush s best bud, with a secret of his own1 In large bowl, mix together college junior and secret crush.2 Gradually add in crush s best bud.3 Stir until best bud s secret is revealed.4 Let mixture rest in a sleepy provincial town.5 Bake under the bA Recipe for Disaster Ingredients 1 college junior, fired from summer internship1 secret crush, the cute and flirty type1 crush s best bud, with a secret of his own1 In large bowl, mix together college junior and secret crush.2 Gradually add in crush s best bud.3 Stir until best bud s secret is revealed.4 Let mixture rest in a sleepy provincial town.5 Bake under the blazing summer sun until golden brown be careful, batter might burn.Tania s summer is than she can handle Her cooking career comes to a screeching halt before it can even take off Then, best friends Rob and Mateo enter the picture Can she figure out her feelings for them, AND get the internship credits she needs to make it to senior year

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    1. This story of summer love is so cute and sweet. It brings back memories of my younger years when I felt giddy and overwhelmed when I learned that my crush liked me back. Oh yeah.Tania was interning at her aunt’s diner but she didn’t get to cook in the kitchen even if she had wanted to, because she was assigned with the garbage duties. Now, Tania is a good cook, but her self-esteem was so low, she couldn’t even be bothered thinking about her future. She had her eyes set for Mateo Locsin, bu [...]

    2. "A story of teenage school crises, boy troubles and party dilemmas."It has been a while since I read an actual book (not counting my Ebook copies), let alone of relating to teens and lovey-dovey heartbreak feelings. Blame my busy work schedule and my laziness to find a good book in one of my fave places to be which I have to add have not been visited by myself for a while, bookstores! It’s my definition of heaven on earth, the feeling of contentment you get when you enter a bookstore and that [...]

    3. This book is probably the cutest and most adorable book I've read this year!! I loved everything about it!I love the romance, drama and the characters! Tan is my fave character because I can definitely relate to her experiences. I also adore Mateo and Rob! They are BAEs. The author's writing style was great and I can't wait to read more books by Ines Bautista-Yao!If you are looking for a light, swoon-worthy read then you should definitely pick this book up!

    4. One of those books I l could have DNF-ed but gave in and handed a second chance to. It blossomed into a cute, entertaining story somewhere in the middle so I didn't regret my decision to move forward. I hope to find time to write a lengthy review soon. #TeamMatty

    5. They should have a longer version of this or maybe a sequel! I loved the guy characters for being so fun-loving and I liked the plot. It was simple but still makes you "kilig," wishing that you were in Tania's shoes!

    6. I couldn't have picked a better time to read this book—it's getting all warm and toasty here in the Philippines and that means we're already in the season of beaches, sunscreen, and halo-halo. One Crazy Summer caught my attention with the book cover—it looks like a fun and light read—and it was just the thing I needed after reading a lot of non-local romances. Now I miss Summit's chick lit books all the more and I wish they still produced these feel-good stories. But I'm already digressing [...]

    7. This book was published six years ago but this one's never getting old. One Crazy Summer can be a companion to every person out there who feels troubled with their lives. In this book, Tania shares her story wherein she is in the middle of her intership and everything just become falling into the wrong place. Then the bestfriends, Rob and Mateo enters the picture. As Tania says, she has the perfect recipe for a disaster. But in the end, she won against her doubts and worries. She fought them al [...]

    8. This was a cute read with a serious undercurrent. It was about 3 sisters who travel from New Jersey to see their mother who left them in Oakland Ca. Come to find out that their mom was heavy involved with the black panther movement and not a very considerate host. By the end of the book she is a tad nicer to the girls, but mostly just plays a background role. The story is narrated in the voice of Delphine the oldest sister. Some of the activities I came up with for this book are:- Topics: Civil [...]

    9. This was a pretty captivating read. Delphine is 11 years old. Her mother Cecile abandoned her, Vonetta, and Fern when Delphine was 4 years old. Delphine always takes care of her sisters. The three sisters go to stay with Cecile in the summer in Oakland, CA where she ignores them. She won’t cook for them and won’t let them in the kitchen, so they have to resort to Chinese takeout. Cecile also never explains to the girls who the people are that visit her (the Black Panthers). Cecile sends the [...]

    10. A college student named Tania was failed to find a company for her internship right after she was fired at The Happy Belly Bakery Shop because of being such a mess. When Mrs. Jean knew that Tania still don't have an internship, she sent her to Negros to be the ambassador of their school. She agreed to do it and unexpectedly, Mateo came up after her because the school discovered that Mateo was faking his internship. It was a short read and the book was okay. It's not that fascinating for me becau [...]

    11. It's been a while since I've read YA romance, so the torrent of feels and wide-eyed kilig I got from this book was a sweet, delicious rush that I've missed. Tania had me from her first mishap in the kitchen. She was feisty, plucky, but at the same time earnest and kind, and vulnerable in a way that made her endearing and--cliche as the word may sound--relatable. Although quite young, she knows what she's good at and what wants to do in life. But at the same time she had her own niggling moments [...]

    12. Full review at ninireadspng.wordpress/20THOUGHTS: THERE WAS SO MUCH ‘KILIG‘ IN THIS LITTLE BOOK. It was light read with very familiar elements. The characters were very precise and adorable.What I didn’t like so much was Tania being scared about achieving what she really wants. I mean it’s super obvious she wants to be a chef. Come on, Tania! I expected a love triangle but I was deceived. Rob and Tania’s ‘almost’ love story ended as quickly as it started (like where is the thrill?) [...]

    13. It took me just one day to finish these book, I didn't even notice while we were waiting at the hospital for my brother's check up in the eyes but anyway I sooooo love these book especially the ending part :D I almost think that me and Taina are almost the same we both love to bake, a nice boyfriend (in the end to love us for who we are) and some others things hehehe :P

    14. I totally relate to the story. Each chapter is fun and exciting to read. I hope for the sequel (if possible). The last 4 chapters of this book made me squeal. Mateo is so sweet in this story. I think I've fallen for him. lol. I really love the story that I want to read it over and over again. Good job! :)

    15. I really enjoyed this 'feel good' love story by Ines Bautsita-Yao. The story is set in the Philippines, with a few native words that fit the story without confusing the reader. I found the idea of adding the various recipes along the way as Tania cooked was a novel and nice touch.The book is well written and a pleasure to read.

    16. Definitely a summer read. It gets you so hooked up by the idea of having a crazy, last minute vacation at some place so alien to you. This book will surely be a hit for readers who love outdoors, baking, and of course finding where your heart truly belongs.

    17. It was a light read, and I find myself smiling all-over. Given that a Filipina wrote this book, she knew how to catch the attention of her readers; she knew how Filipinos would react to the scenes and how to make them "kilig." I like this book.

    18. I like this lovely story. It is about summer holiday. Teacher can use this book for different strategies. For example, she can ask students to make a short summer holiday story.

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