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Who I Kissed by Janet Gurtler

Thursday, November 8, 2012
SYNOPSIS: She never thought a kiss could kill...
Samantha didn't mean to hurt anyone. She was just trying to fit in...And she wanted to make Zee a little jealous after he completely ditched her for a prettier girl. So she kissed Alex. And then he died—right in her arms.
Sam is now the school pariah and a media sensation. Consumed with guilt, she'll have to find strength that goes way deeper than the fastest time in the 200–meter butterfly. Because if she can't figure out how to forgive herself, no one else will either.
REVIEW: What can I say about Who I Kissed? From the very beginning, I was entranced. The thought of a kiss killing someone was insane and I couldn’t stop reading. I enjoyed the characters in this book just as much as they pissed me off. Samantha, the girl who kissed a boy and then had him die in her arms. I can’t even imagine what it would be like to be in her position. I truly felt sorry for her, it was bad enough that at her last school there was a rumor that she was a lesbian and now that she had a chance at a fresh start something as simple as a kiss ruins it all. The entire time I read this book, my heart ached for Sam. And then things become hopeful for her in towards the end of the novel and I couldn’t help but leap for joy. I absolutely and thoroughly enjoyed this book. It offers a bit of everything; pain, sorrow, heartache, love, happiness, joy and hope. Though the premise was sad, as such a death of anyone could be such a painful thing to experience, this book was phenomenal. I couldn't put this down for one minute and haven't been able to stop thinking or talking about it.
Reviewed by: Brandy
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