How to Break a Heart

This time, even ice cream won t help Nick Wainwright is definitely the love of thirteen year old Mabry Collins s life, and when he dumps her in the most mortifying way possible, her heart is shattered So, maybe they d never kissed, but they had shared something special They d shared LOVE True love She s sure of it And Mabry would know She s watched countless episodeThis time, even ice cream won t help Nick Wainwright is definitely the love of thirteen year old Mabry Collins s life, and when he dumps her in the most mortifying way possible, her heart is shattered So, maybe they d never kissed, but they had shared something special They d shared LOVE True love She s sure of it And Mabry would know She s watched countless episodes of her favorite telenovela with her best friend, Sirina, and the characters have taught her everything about romance But when Sirina s usual methods for comforting Mabry fail, she has an idea it s time for Mabry to break a heart of her own And who better than Thad Bell to teach Mabry how to do it He was the source of her very first heartbreak, and he seems to have his own reasons for wanting to see Nick suffer.Mabry decides to give it a shot, but she s pretty sure Thad s advice will lead to disaster After all, his sole passion is a burrito with extra hot sauce Anyone with any sense knows that true love doesn t come in a foil wrapper But if Thad can help her win back um, that is, break Nick s heart, then it might just be worth it.
How to Break a Heart This time even ice cream won t help Nick Wainwright is definitely the love of thirteen year old Mabry Collins s life and when he dumps her in the most mortifying way possible her heart is shattered

  • Title: How to Break a Heart
  • Author: Kiera Stewart
  • ISBN: 9781423171812
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “How to Break a Heart”

    1. Fafa's Book Corner (Wordpress)Fafa's Book Corner (Blogger) I received this E-ARC via Netgalley and Disney Hyperion in exchange for an honest review.DNF I was really excited to see this on Netgalley. I had kept on eye on this for months to see when I could request it. When the time came I did so. Unfortunately when I started reading this I did not enjoy this. Seeing as I didn't really get that far in this I am not going to use a spoiler tag.This book begins with Marby and her best friend Sirina w [...]

    2. I pick up every book I read thinking that it sounds interesting and I can't wait for the chance to read it. Sadly, this one was far from I had been hoping it would be like. How to Break a Heart was just kinda stupid. It belongs on Hallmark channel, it was so cheesy. Usually I don't mind cheesy but something about this book just bugged me. I couldn't stand this book and I'm happy it's over. Sorry, I just wasn't liking this book.

    3. I like this book, How to Break a Heart because I like how there watching tv. And her friend is like what is going on ans she doesn't get all the romtiac stuuf becuase she is more of a tomboy unlike her friend.The one that thinks that the tv show is intersing likes all the romtiac stuff like how she has a boyfriend. Her doesnt have a boyfriend. I really recommand this book. I recommand this to people who like drama.

    4. Stewart, Kiera How to Break a Heart, 320 pages. Disney-Hyperion, 2015. $16.99. Language: G (0 swear, 0 ‘f’, ) Mature Content: G; Violence: G (hints of abuse). True love is something that everyone wishes to find and thirteen-year-old Mabry Collins is lucky enough to have found her one true love, Nick Wainwright. Mabry is utterly shocked when Nick's mother breaks up with her, over the phone on Nick's behalf. Mabry can't help but feel absolutely heartbroken. With the help of her best friend Sir [...]

    5. Once someone asked me what kind of movies I liked seeing in theaters and I had told him that I hated rom-coms because I thought they were stupid. Well, only half of that statement was actually true. The truth is I LOVE rom-coms, but I still think they are stupid. The characters are usually very two dimensional, the plot lacks realism, and they usually have scenes that are I find uncomfortable because I feel embarrassed for the characters. But still, they’re just so darn addicting. Why is this [...]

    6. How to Break a Heart is the latest novel from Fetching author Kiera Stewart. Mabry is sure she is in love with her boyfriend, Nick, so she is utterly shocked when his mother breaks up with her over the phone on his behalf. She is so desperate to have him back that Mabry teams up with Thad, her former boyfriend from fourth grade, who promises to help her get her boyfriend back if she will promise to hurt him in the end. With encouragement from her best friend and inspiration from her favorite tel [...]

    7. I felt like this was just a bland plot. And too predictable from start to finish. She loves him she hates him and back and forth. And then she's just thirteen. I had originally mistaken this for "thirty" when I picked this book from my library. (I blame my screaming one year old for that mistake) This might be a good book for a preteen. But for a grown woman in her mid twenties, I wasted six hours.

    8. E ARC from NetgalleyTelenovella obsessed Mabry is sure that Nick is her One True Love, so is crushed when he breaks up with her by having his mother call Mabry! Her best friend Sirina is used to Mabry's drama, but the obsession with making Nick pay irritates even her. When Thad Bell moves back to town after the death of his father, he offers to help Mabry get Nick back so that she can then dump him and break HIS heart. Thad has a variety of secrets, including the fact that he was the one who bro [...]

    9. This book was surprisingly ok. I mean it was a little hard to believe at first but I kind of get it. Mabry is at that age where you learn of love and have this whole understanding of love even though you might be wrong. I will admit some of these lines were funny. The news articles for one are hilarious I particularly love the first one with the whole band interview. It's hard to find contemporaries with a 13 year old main character and I myself thought it was ok. Funny because I ended up hating [...]

    10. What surprises me the most is that he breaks up with her in the worsest way, I would feel the same way as her. Mabry tries all that she can to get some experience by watching her favorite telemundo show with her friend so that she can apply it to her relationship. There was a lot of parts were it was just to much handle since there was so many good things to know about between the relationship. This will really be recommended for people that like surprising twists to it that you wouldn't expect [...]

    11. This book is one of a kind! I love it! It almost makes me feel like im ready the story of the authors life! It is justAMAZING! This is just too good to describe! I just love this book, its really well written and has an amazing plot! The book is really well thought of and everything, honestly, i would read that book over, and over, and over agian. This is the perfect book for teens looking for a nice and plot twisting romance story. This is a must read book, and to all you teens out there, do me [...]

    12. Rounding up from 2.5, mostly because it was definitely part of the teen romance genre. Having said that, I had a difficult time remembering that Mabry was only 13! Many times it read like she was older, perhaps in 9th or 10th grade (not 8th) and I wonder if the author was hoping to reach a younger audience by making her 13? And Thad? Even knowing his backstory didn't make him likable. The telenovela parts were funny and it would have been great if they'd been a larger partC provided by publisher [...]

    13. Once you get past the fact that the main character, Mabry Collins, is perhaps the most annoying, boy-obsessed thirteen-year-old you'll ever have to read about, then you'll start to enjoy this cute plot line that is somewhat predictable but is still quite satisfying. I got this book as a gift from my friend for my birthday and decided to read it, and I thought it was well-worth the read even though I'll probably never read it again! Very cute none-the-less, but Mabry is EXTREMELY annoying and as [...]

    14. A rather sweet middle grade story about a girl who is fascinated with the idea of being in love, but is just starting to understand what that all means. This one defiantly improved as it went on, a bit uneven for me at the beginning, but I enjoyed seeing the character of Aubrey grow and her friendships develop along with her character.

    15. This book was a lot like a comic book with the way it was easy to follow but still funny and unpredictable.

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