Book Review → Biggest Flirts by Jennifer Echols

Monday, June 16, 2014

Biggest Flirts by Jennifer Echols
Book 1 in the Superlatives companion trilogy

Young Adult Fiction // Categories: Contemporary, Romance
Release Date: May 20, 2014
Publisher: Simon Pulse (Simon & Schuster)
Format: Paperback • 336 pages
Rating: 3 stars

Other books by Jennifer Echols: Going Too Far, The Boys Next Door, Such a Rush

reason for reading
I remember enjoying some of the books that Jennifer Echols wrote in the Simon Pulse Romantic Comedy series (The Ex Games, Major Crush, etc.) back when I was in middle/high school, so I thought I'd pick this up and give it a shot. It also helps that the cover is very cute!

If you've read my Goodreads review, you already know this book was a little ... spicy for me at some points. Don't get me wrong, I knew what I was walking into when I started reading it (Exhibit A: the title) but I wasn't expecting it to get real hot real fast.

Although I liked the witty banter between Tia and Will, I would have loved to see more development of the characters that Jennifer Echols introduced. I felt like there could have been more written about Tia's best friends, her dad, her sisters, etc. and her relationships with them but they were all kinda ... just there. There wasn't anything about them that stood out to me, which left me feeling indifferent about them. Not only that, but there were also a lot of questions left unexplained.

It may seem like I didn't enjoy the book, but I did. It's a book you'll want to read in one sitting (and that I did do!) Tia and Will had a lot of flaws, but that's how people are in real life. If you're looking something fun and drama-filled, you'll probably like Biggest Flirts.

Have you read anything by Jennifer Echols?


  1. I've never read anything by her but I'm definitely off to read some of her books now! Thank you for sharing this :)
    Eilidh xo

  2. I haven't read Echols, but this sounds like the perfect cute and fluffy read for summer! I'm glad you enjoyed this one despite the focus on the main characters!

  3. I just got this from the library a couple of days ago! I'm not surprised it's not blow-you-away amazing, but I'm glad you enjoyed it! I'm quite prepared to want to read it in one sitting. :) Great review! :D