Call Me, Poppy

  • Title: Call Me, Poppy
  • Author: Avery Aster
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 382
  • Format: None
  • Ï Call Me, Poppy ↠ Avery Aster - Call Me, Poppy, Call Me Poppy Don t tell my besties this juicy tidbit I don t know him at all It s like Yves Remy has no past He refuses to tell me where he s from My friends Taddy Lex Blake and Vive think he s just been releas
    Ï Call Me, Poppy ↠ Avery Aster - Call Me, Poppy, Call Me Poppy Don t tell my besties this juicy tidbit I don t know him at all It s like Yves Remy has no past He refuses to tell me where he s from My friends Taddy Lex Blake and Vive think he s just been releas

    • Ï Call Me, Poppy ↠ Avery Aster
      382Avery Aster
    Call Me, Poppy

    About Avery Aster


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    1. If you re a fan of Avery Aster s The Undergrad Years, you ll love reading Call Me, Poppy Join Poppy and her friends in their quest to find out just who stole Poppy s diaries Was it the orgasm inducing, hung, inked, muscled bad boy with the deep French accent who makes all of Poppy s erotic fantasies come true You have to read the book to find out.I volunteered to review an advanced readers copy of this book.

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    2. I was a girl on a mission to give up my v card to someone special, different, and extraordinary Another unique funny character from Avery Aster Poppy definitely one of my favorite I know from the previous book that Poppy is a firecracker, so reading her fun wild college year it s pretty exciting.This book is about Poppy s adventure for trying to pop her cherry.It s full of fun and laughter and the banter between the manhattanites gang always put a big smile on my face I really enjoying reading t [...]

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    3. Absolutely love this series, it s a bit addictive Really glad Poppy got her own book for the college years It was nice seeing everything from her perspective with the other Manhattanites and getting some of her story These books are always highly entertaining with the way Avery Aster writes the characters and how the interact with each other It really is an addictive series.

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    4. Blog Tour, Excerpt Giveaway now posted on my blog nadineisobsessedwithbooks

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    5. I got this as an ARC This is a three book coming of age compilation about how Poppy, Lex and Taddy lose their virginityPoppy is obsessed with losing her V card She even writes extensively about it in her journals named Delores A burglary of her dorm room puts her journals into the hands of a charismatic Frenchman, he sets out to make her fantasies come true.Lex discovers her boyfriend in bed with her mother, blows up the penthouse, is arrested for attempted muder and arson and meets a sexy NYPD [...]

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    6. I always enjoy reconnecting with the Manhattanites Finally, we get insight into Poppy while she was in college in this short novella She comes from humble beginnings so working is a must to pay for college When robberies start happening on campus, Poppy is shocked when her dorm room is hit Her greatest worry, that someone took her personal journals and will use her deepest, darkest secrets against her Yves finds himself in an unbelievable situation, his friend Colton is in trouble with the mob [...]

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    7. The latest episode gives us insight into Poppys quest to lose her v card Real life imitates fantasy and Poppys dream comes true Love all things Manhattenites

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    8. As in the other books in the series, a super short read to entertainment you for a little while It is a story with a fast rhythm and a mix of comedy and romance.

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    9. Favorite Quotes He deserved to be abducted After all, he did lose a hundred thousand dollars of Jimmy s money Left the bag on money on the subway and got off at the next stop to talk to a girl Total airhead Maybe it was just nerves Colton wasn t cut out for a career in crime Scientology scares the crap outta me No, thank you I like my Jesus just where he is, in Heaven Not on some spaceship with L Ron Hubbard.My Review I adore Avery Aster s clever wit and snarky humor, his naughty and feisty Manh [...]

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    10. Good read, good series Avery Aster again makes you love this group of friends and Poppy is a great addition and her story is wonderful To be able to keep up with everyone is great and Yves and Poppy are so fun to read about.

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    11. i given two becuase i feel cheated, angry again.i got this book with the extra bonus that i read it before, love, lex , if i read it call me, poppy in an hour, i think it is fine, however, it s not, i finished it around not than 15 minutes don t be her silly reader any, i say it loud, this is not the first, so many of hers did the same way Now i get it, why illegal donwload has its market, we want to respect their talent on telling stories but e what we get in return, i may overreact, but that [...]

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    12. Call Me, Poppy is a fifth book in The Undergrad Years series by Avery Aster.This is a really short story, it took me less than an hour to read, but I really enjoyed it It was light hearted, full of snarky humor and funny weird situations Poppy s obsessed with losing her V card and she meets this guy who just happens to know all of her fantasies Just after her diaries has been stolen What a coincidence, right All in all, it was a great, quick read.

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    13. Easy, hot, fast read Loved Yves approach Poppy is fun and sassy even with her v card still on hold Loved it

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    14. I swear, Avery Aster never goes wrong with her Undergrad Years series Call Me, Poppy is definitely no exception This story is a wild and crazy romp through the mind of Poppy as she endeavors to lose her virginity The plot is intriguing, the story provocative, and the characters outrageous You will never be bored with this book I, personally, was hooked from page one and remained riveted to the very last word I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking for compelling and sexy read I was [...]

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