Cinnamon Girl

Cinnamon Girl - Melissa Keil When I am reading a book and put on hold occasionally to read another book, I realize that it is doomed for me.

I should have known beforehand... I can't empathize with a MC nickamed Alba. Why in the world would anyone like to be called like this?

The plot is MEH. It is not as the title suggests (no adventures here). Cinnamon Girl is just a symbol.

There were too many "remember when...?". And Danny has been their best friend, like, ages ago (when she was just 6) but all the time it was "I remember he used to blah blah blah" or "he used to tell me/do XXX/ make XXX". Gosh, she was just 6 but she remembered EVERYTHING and still considered him one of her bff? They did not see each other for more than 10 years.

I liked Grady's confession at the end, I can't deny it. It was really sweet and compatible with the author who wrote [b:Life in Outer Space|16119664|Life in Outer Space|Melissa Keil|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1440552547s/16119664.jpg|21939037] (one of my favorite YA books). Besides that, nothing much.