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The Twelve Dates of Christmas (Simon Romantic Comedies) ❰Reading❯ ➿ The Twelve Dates of Christmas (Simon Romantic Comedies) Author Catherine Hapka – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Lexi s feeling a little holidazed this winterLexi s been going out with Cameron for way too long Sure, he s a nice guy, but there s a spark missing between them So she comes up with the perfect plan g Lexi s feeling a little holidazed this winterLexi Dates of ePUB ↠ s been going out with Cameron for way too long Sure, he s a nice guy, but there s a spark missing between them So she comes up with the perfect plan get him to fall for another girl so she ll be free and guilt free, tooBut The Twelve Kindle - when Lexi sees Cameron looking awfully cozy with Jaylene, her heart melts, especially when her budding psychologist best friend tells her that once a new couple has gone out a dozen times, their relationship is pretty much set Cameron s twelfth date with Jaylene the Christmas Ball is coming up Can Lexi find a way to rekindle Twelve Dates of eBook ↠ her relationship with Cameron in the saint nick of time.

  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • The Twelve Dates of Christmas (Simon Romantic Comedies)
  • Catherine Hapka
  • English
  • 14 February 2019
  • 1416964126

About the Author: Catherine Hapka

Catherine Cathy Hapka has writtenthan one hundred books Dates of ePUB ↠ for children and adults, as a ghostwriter for series as well as original titles, including the Romantic Comedies Something Borrowed, The Twelve Date of Christmas, and Love on Cue She lives in Pennsylvania.



10 thoughts on “The Twelve Dates of Christmas (Simon Romantic Comedies)

  1. Adri Adri says:

    The first time I read this book, I was probably just starting high school Now I m well into college and I figured it was high time I gave this rom com another try I don t remember loving it after my first read and that s mostly because younger me spent 90% of the book pissed off at the MC for getting herself into a stupid situation and then trying to reverse said situation the entire time.Of course, older me realizes that this an essential part of the plot and part of what makes this story pri The first time I read this book, I was probably just starting high school Now I m well into college and I figured it was high time I gave this rom com another try I don t remember loving it after my first read and that s mostly because younger me spent 90% of the book pissed off at the MC for getting herself into a stupid situation and then trying to reverse said situation the entire time.Of course, older me realizes that this an essential part of the plot and part of what makes this story prime time RomCom material I have to say, I appreciated both the story and the MC considerablythis time around Lexie waswell rounded and level headed than I remembered she was very conscious about her scheming and how it would affect all of the people involved I liked that she was cognizant of how a reconciliation with Cam based on lies would not be a reconciliation at all, and how she grew to value honesty and effective communication above all, because those are two essential elements of a strong relationship I also enjoyed the whole appreciating what one has lost after one has lost it themethan I did previously at least Lexie was smart enough to acknowledge when she was wrong and to ask for help.Sure, some of the plot points were a little far fetched, but it was still very fun to read, not to mention festive I thought, overall, it was an extremely cute book with a lot of comedic scenes, and it was just better than I recalled I fully expected to dislike the writing style or the overall theme of the book, but, all in all, it was pretty likable I m glad I reread it, especially during this holiday season

  2. Natalie Natalie says:

    I ended up liking thisthan I thought I would As a matter of fact, I hated this in the beginning The main character Lexi and her boyfriend Cam are in a rut and she doesn t know if she wants to be with him Should she break up with him Goodness no She doesn t want to hurt his feelings Talk to him about her feelings Nope She s ashamed of feeling that way Her solution to this problem is ludicrous she introduces her boyfriend to the new, hot girl in school Jaylene and force him to s I ended up liking thisthan I thought I would As a matter of fact, I hated this in the beginning The main character Lexi and her boyfriend Cam are in a rut and she doesn t know if she wants to be with him Should she break up with him Goodness no She doesn t want to hurt his feelings Talk to him about her feelings Nope She s ashamed of feeling that way Her solution to this problem is ludicrous she introduces her boyfriend to the new, hot girl in school Jaylene and force him to spend time with said girl Lexi hopes that hanging out with Jaylene will cause Cam to break up with her Who in their right mind WANTS someone to break up with them Of course, as soon as Cam breaks up with her, she wants him back and spends the rest of the book trying to win him back using one shady scheme after another I did like Lexi better by the end of the book She did grow as a character and seemed less immature Also I would love to live in a town called Claus Lake They had a lot of Christmas spirit I enjoyed reading the sections about preparing for the holiday the best

  3. Katie Fitzgerald Katie Fitzgerald says:

    This teen romance novel is part of a series called The Romantic Comedies, which is published by Simon Pulse The series title perfectly describes the plot of this particular story, which is, from beginning to end, a comedy of errors.Scientifically minded high school senior Lexi has been dating nice guy Cam for years As she looks ahead to the future, however, she sees the completely divergent paths they will take once high school ends Unable to find the logic in staying together when the end wi This teen romance novel is part of a series called The Romantic Comedies, which is published by Simon Pulse The series title perfectly describes the plot of this particular story, which is, from beginning to end, a comedy of errors.Scientifically minded high school senior Lexi has been dating nice guy Cam for years As she looks ahead to the future, however, she sees the completely divergent paths they will take once high school ends Unable to find the logic in staying together when the end will inevitably come, Lexi decides to end things with Cam by forcing him onto another girl, newcomer Jaylene The practical side of her thinks this is a perfect solution to a tricky problem, but her romantic side has a harder time accepting the shift from romance to friendship When Allie, Lexi s best friend, who is a budding self help guru presents the theory that a relationship is solidified after a dozen dates, Lexi starts counting down As Cam s twelfth date with Jaylene approaches, she realizes she s made a mistake Will it be too late to get Cam back This book is a light hearted, funny, and fast paced romance novel The characters are mostly one dimensional, and many of the events of the story are predictable and contrived, but that s not really a problem, since it is obviously intended to be a feel good, escapist kind of novel The setting of Claus Lake, with its various Christmas traditions evokes a lot of the warm and cozy feelings associated with the holiday season Christmas doesn t necessarily play a main role in the plot, but many of the main events of the story do take place at Christmas related events, which makes it a good fit for this time of year Some suspension of disbelief is required, especially when it comes to walking, talking stereotypes like Southern gal Jaylene and womanizing jerk Bruce, but the main players in the story ring true enough, and I think romance fans will zip happily through the book.Though the characters are in their last year of high school, this book doesn t really contain any mature content Readers in middle school and maybe the first year of high school are probably the most likely audience for this story, and it will suit their interests and maturity level just fine, even if they might not relate to the concerns about college and the future.Catherine Hapka is quite a prolific author In addition to The Twelve Dates of Christmas, she is also the author of several other Romantic Comedies At First Sight, Love on Cue, and Something Borrowed, as well as the Pony Scouts books, and many other titles for young readers

  4. Caitlinleah Caitlinleah says:

    Found this extremely predictable Only finished it because I went to such effort to get it via inter library loan So glad to not live in a Christmas town Being a teenager sucks Spoiler the six characters introduced in the prologue are all nicely paired up in the end Looses a star for nasty creepy guy who everyone fucking laughs off Not ok.

  5. alexis ♡ alexis ♡ says:

    Okay I didn t hate it, but it wasn t my favorite I think we all knew what was coming in the end, though.

  6. Stacy Stacy says:

    Cute, fun and clean I liked her friend s theories She was a little too clever for her own good, but she figured it out in the end I love a Christmas themed town and story

  7. yx yx says:

    DNF for the unbelievably unlikable characters I tried so hard to finish this book, because I was looking for something wholesome and light What I got was mind numbingly boring.

  8. Patricia Crowther Patricia Crowther says:

    3.5 She didn t deserve him but then again he let her go way too easily souh it kinda infuriated me a little Playing games in relationships is not my thing.

  9. Estelle Estelle says:

    Review originally posted on Rather Be Reading BlogAs a huge Christmas fan, I was ecstatic to discover this book while surfing the B N bookstore on my Nook That being said, I was mostly a fan of Claus Lake, the setting, then the actual story A place where people actually start preparing for Christmas in September and gladly overlook Halloween Sounds like my kind of place The plotline, though, is pretty unbelievable and made me wish it was a cute ABC Family movie instead of a YA novel In fac Review originally posted on Rather Be Reading BlogAs a huge Christmas fan, I was ecstatic to discover this book while surfing the BN bookstore on my Nook That being said, I was mostly a fan of Claus Lake, the setting, then the actual story A place where people actually start preparing for Christmas in September and gladly overlook Halloween Sounds like my kind of place The plotline, though, is pretty unbelievable and made me wish it was a cute ABC Family movie instead of a YA novel In fact, I felt, at times, too old to be reading this one Lexi is an ambitious girl But it s a little ridiculous for her to want to pawn her long term boyfriend into the arms of another Who in their right mind would do that Some might call it heartless I mean, if she just decided to tell him the spark was gone and they wanted different things for their future, there would have been no story So you have to take it for what it is Once you do, it s a fun, heart warming silly story with a bunch of characters One of my favorites was Allie, Lexi s best friend, who concocts all these theories about relationships Keep in mind, she is single herself Most are ridiculous but it s her 12 Dates rule that gets the ball rolling on another one of Lexi s big ideas This isn t much of a spoiler since it s in most book descriptions After Cam and Lexi break up and he moves on with Jaylene who is always wearing little to no clothing Lexi surprise decides she must get Cam back So instead of just talking to him she decides she needs another plan If it wasn t so lighthearted, this story would almost qualify as some sort of farcical, Lucy esque comedy Unfortunately, it s not that sophisticated or unpredictable But it is fluffy and full of holiday spirit, which are two things I can t deny loving when it comes to taking a book along on the commute, and when life gets stressful during the holidays and you need an escape Just a note The Nook version of this eBook wasn t the best The spacing between scenes was off most of the book Also being paired with Jennifer Echols The Ex Games in a collection called Winter s Kiss releasing Tuesday, January 3

  10. Jennifer Wardrip Jennifer Wardrip says:

    Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.comFor those in the mood for a holiday romance, then curl up with THE TWELVE DATES OF CHRISTMAS As with all the Simon Romantic Comedies, this one won t disappoint The ending can be deduced from it being part of the Romantic Comedies collection, but how Lexi gets to her happily ever after is what makes this story so much fun Lexi has been dating Cameron Kehoe for the last three years It s her senior year, and she s not sure that Cameron is going to fit in Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.comFor those in the mood for a holiday romance, then curl up with THE TWELVE DATES OF CHRISTMAS As with all the Simon Romantic Comedies, this one won t disappoint The ending can be deduced from it being part of the Romantic Comedies collection, but how Lexi gets to her happily ever after is what makes this story so much fun Lexi has been dating Cameron Kehoe for the last three years It s her senior year, and she s not sure that Cameron is going to fit into her long term plans She s determined to land the Simpson Scholarship to help her get into a good East Coast college and eventually work her way through medical school Cameron is content to stay in the quaint town they live in, Claus Lake Claus Lake is everything Christmas From the first hint of fall weather, the town gears up for the Christmas season, ending the celebrations with the traditional Christmas Eve Costume Ball Lexi is far too nice a girl to dump Cameron, though She is torn with thinking she d be responsible for giving him a broken heart He s truly a decent guy but Lexi is afraid he s not The One for her So her plan, with the assistance of her best friend, Allie, is to find another girl for Cameron That way, he will have someone else The two decide to use the new girl in town, Jaylene, as Cameron s next girlfriend However, once the plan starts to work clearly Jaylene is interested in Cameron , Lexi starts to have doubts Allie is always coming up with new psychological theories, and her current one involves the twelve date theory She proposes that by the time two people have gone on twelve dates, they ve established a relationship and have become a couple Lexi realizes she s made a huge mistake and that Cameron was perfect for her after all But as Cameron and Jaylene inch closer to the twelfth date, Lexi and Allie go into full reversal to win Cameron back Of course, the reader can imagine all the crazy schemes that the two hatch, and the aftermath of each failed plot Read THE TWELVE DATES OF CHRISTMAS and curl up with a cup of hot chocolate You ll feel all warm inside by the last page

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