Happy Scoops (Clean and Quirky Romance Book 1)

Happy Scoops Clean and Quirky Romance Book Chryssa Parker is about to start her senior year of high school and she knows that it s going to be totes amazing As Team Captain of the Cheerleading Squad and President of the Student Body Government

  • Title: Happy Scoops (Clean and Quirky Romance Book 1)
  • Author: Katie Coughran
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Chryssa Parker is about to start her senior year of high school and she knows that it s going to be totes amazing As Team Captain of the Cheerleading Squad and President of the Student Body Government, Chryssa is ready to be the smartest and hottest that Intellectual Elite has ever graduated However, when a pile of traffic infractions show up in the Parker mailbox, ChrysChryssa Parker is about to start her senior year of high school and she knows that it s going to be totes amazing As Team Captain of the Cheerleading Squad and President of the Student Body Government, Chryssa is ready to be the smartest and hottest that Intellectual Elite has ever graduated However, when a pile of traffic infractions show up in the Parker mailbox, Chryssa s lawyer parents decide it s time for Chryssa to learn some responsibility Forced to become a sign dancer dressed as a cone at her parent s ice cream shop, Chryssa doesn t think she ll ever survive the job Obligated to give up so much of her life, Chryssa is completely surprised when she learns what makes her truly Happy If you enjoy the parody of romantic comedies like Clueless or Austenland and that sweet quirkiness of Hallmark romance, you ll enjoy Happy Scoops Look forward to in the Clean and Quirky Romance stand alone series.

    One thought on “Happy Scoops (Clean and Quirky Romance Book 1)”

    1. High School Drama/RomanceHonestly, I really didn't like the main character. I liked her friend Blaire and Jason. There was entirely too much detail in her bullying others. I loved the end, but I really wanted to hear about the sign competition! There's a lot of drama!

    2. Chryssa is the Queen in Intellectual Elite High along with her friends Blaine and Sloane. Cheerleader, beautiful, fashion queen.Chryssa have everything, or so she thinks. Until after been punished by her parents for getting traffic infraction almost everyday, and she has to work in Happy Scoops, an ice cream shop. All her world is turning upside down, and day after day Chryssa star to rethink her life and everything that she always took for granted. A good lesson of friendship, second chances an [...]

    3. This was a fun, sweet story about a teenage girl getting pushed into growing up a little, learning how to better interact with the world around her. I didn't realize it was YA, so that surprise took me a bit to get over and get my brain into the correct mindset. The author did a good job at making me want to see how this completely selfish girl would finally change in the end. And she did! A nice start to a new series.

    4. There was an error in the first sentence, but I thought I'd try a little more. Every other sentence turned out to be structured the same way, and the character was already getting on my nerves, too Mean Girls to feel real. However, that was obviously meant that way. Interesting premise though, so I read on and from about a quarter in started to enjoy it. Sentence structure remained, but I enjoyed the book nonetheless.

    5. HAPPY SCOOPS is a quick, entertaining read. I understand now why the author labeled it "quirky," which is one of the reasons I enjoyed it so much. It was fun to get to know the people behind the masks. A great weekend or vacation companion!

    6. Hidden identities are one of my favorite tropes. Stuff your hero and heroine in ice cream and sandwich costumes, and you have the makings of a fun tale.I’ve often watched sign spinners advertising for restaurants and wondered how they felt doing their jobs. (I, for one, haven’t ever done this, so it was fun to go inside the head of one of the workers.) Chryssa, the protagonist, grows from a self absorbed brat to a repentant girl, which worked for me, since I love a dramatic character arc. Th [...]

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