Maybe This Time (Hardcover)
When Sophie Evans encounters Andrew Hart she can't wait for him to disappear. However, that's not likely because Andrew has just moved to help his fancy chef dad turn around Sophie's best friends family business. Over the course of a year, Andrew and Sophie run into each other over many occasions, since she works at the local florist, nine to be exact. A heartwarming story that will give you all the feels. Kasie West portrays the natural evolution of their relationship so beautifully that none of it seems forced. From the banter in the beginning (that is pitch perfect) to the love that blossoms between Andrew and Sophie, you can't help but end the book with a smile on your face. I finished the book in a day! Perfect if you need a light read for the summer or just something to make you feel fuzzy on the inside.— From Aditi
One year. Nine events. Nine chances to . . . fall in love?
Weddings. Funerals. Barbecues. New Year's Eve parties. Name the occasion, and Sophie Evans will be there. Well, she has to be there. Sophie works for the local florist, so she can be found at every big event in her small hometown, arranging bouquets and managing family dramas.
Enter Andrew Hart. The son of the fancy new chef in town, Andrew is suddenly required to attend all the same events as Sophie. Entitled, arrogant, preppy Andrew. Sophie just wants to get her job done and finish up her sketches so she can apply to design school. But every time she turns around, there is Andrew, getting in her way and making her life more complicated. Until one day she wonders if maybe complicated isn't so bad after all . . .
Told over the course of one year and following Sophie from event to event, this delightful novel from master of romantic comedy Kasie West shows how love can blossom in unexpected places.
About the Author
"The fun and lighthearted read features teenagers trying to navigate high school's emotional highways as they deal with schoolwork, romance, and friends. Serious but humorous Kate (along with outgoing Alana) keeps readers engaged as she tries to solve dilemmas in both the podcast and relationship spheres. An easy fit for those who like comfortable high-school romantic dramas." -- Booklist
"A tender story about friendship and love." -- Kirkus Reviews
"Kate and Diego have adorable chemistry. West delivers banter with plenty of sparks as Kate steps up to the mic. The character's emotional growth will resonate with readers as she discovers courage and new confidence." -- School Library Journal
Praise for Lucky in Love:
"There's a wealth of profoundly topical, thematic territory to explore in lottery wins; this iteration, with its cast of culturally and economically diverse characters, is especially resonant." -- Kirkus Reviews
"Kasie West books are our kind of comfort food -- romantic, light and cute!" -- Justine Magazine
"Fans of Susane Colasanti, Jennifer E. Smith, and Jenny Han will enjoy this smart girl protagonist dealing with the typical (and not-so-typical) drama that senior year of high school brings." -- School Library Journal
"Practicality and luck collide in this well-paced story of a developing relationship surrounded by the complexities of human interactions." -- VOYA
Praise for P.S. I Like You:
"Lily is one of the funniest heroines I've met in a long time. This is my favorite Kasie West book yet!" -- Miranda Kenneally, author of Catching Jordan
"Clever and heartwarming. P.S. I love this book, and you will too!" -- Lisa Schroeder, author of The Bridge from Me to You
"The perfect romantic comedy." -- VOYA
"This sweet-and-salty, opposites-attract romance has more than a pinch of Pride & Prejudice tucked inside. Prepare for adorable." -- Justine Magazine
"A sweet, swoony love story." -- RT Book Reviews