All the Sweet Moves by Sara Ney

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Series: Kiss and Make Up/ All the Right Moves
Author: Sara Ney
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Previously published as Kissing In Cars, USA Today Bestselling Author Sara Ney celebrates it’s 8th year in publication with a new title and new covers.

I, Molly Wakefield, never do anything reckless and I never will. I’m too sensible for that, and too close to graduation.
The only thing I want to do this year is study, hang out with my best friend (and wingwoman) Jenna, and hit the beach in my free time. And things are going according to plan until the day I spy Weston McGrath–handsome star hockey player and scholar–watching me in the library during study hall.
A tad creepy? Maybe.
Thrilling? Absolutely.
You see, Weston McGrath happens to be one guy no one can get close to. Despite my best efforts to avoid it (because let’s face it – the guy isn’t exactly boyfriend material) Weston weasels his way in and we form a friendship. And more…. sort of. But it’s a friendship that comes with a price because Weston just cannot seem to stop screwing things up or saying all the wrong things, possibly in that order…

I’m so close to graduation so I don’t have time for an 18 year old “fixer-upper.”
Both of us should know better.

But sometimes we have to learn the hard way…

MY feelings

I saw these new covers and was curious to see what Ney’s previous writing was like. I probably should have just let it stay in the past. A lot of my issues were with the pacing and also Weston’s character.

This read so young and you can tell that it’s one of her older titles. It felt a bit dated. However, I was enjoying it up until we went got over the halfway mark. Things went downhill after that.

I liked our main character Molly for the most part. I liked that she didn’t girl shame and spoke her mind about what was bothering her.

Weston charmed me at the beginning. He was cute in his pursuit of Molly. However, he kept making stupid mistakes. God forbid someone asked about his feelings about Molly. He would start going on about how she wasn’t his girlfriend. I’m still mad at him for that scene to be honest. Even when it was time to grovel he really didn’t even do that. His idea of groveling and mine are two different things.

To top it all off, after all of the drama and the book is almost done we don’t even get to see them as a couple in the present time. We get an epilogue of a chapter when their college and together. I would have loved to see if he took Molly to the dance or just see them being teenagers in love.

Overall, I’ve gotten my curiosity fulfilled about her older titles. Will I read the next about Molly’s brother? Maybe, but who knows.2 Star Rating


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6 thoughts on “All the Sweet Moves by Sara Ney

  1. Sometimes it can be rough reading dated books as in contemporary there could be overdone drama and less couple page time than what I prefer! Its very interesting to read backlisted titles of authors we enjoy and to see the change of their writing.


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