Grounding Quinn



Grounding Quinn Eighteen Year Old Quinn MacPherson S Biggest Fear Has Always Been Turning Out Like Her Mentally Unstable Mother Solving Algebraic Equations Comes In As A Close Second That Is, Until She Meets Benjamin Shaw Quinn Thinks Hooking Up With Ben Over Summer Vacation Will Be Nothing Than A Quick Fling She Can T Even Commit To A Nail Polish Choice, Much Less Some Guy Unfortunately For Her, Ben Is Not Just Some Guy Ben Gets Her The Real Her, Flaws And All And That Scares The Hell Out Of Her When Ben Does The Unthinkable Tells Quinn He S In Love With Her She Does What Comes Naturally She Pushes Him Away Ben Can Only Watch From A Distance As Quinn Lashes Out, And Punishes Him For Daring To Care About Her But How Far Can You Push Someone, Even Someone That Loves You, Before They Are Gone For Good

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  • Paperback
  • 250 pages
  • Grounding Quinn
  • Steph Campbell
  • English
  • 14 April 2018
  • 1463583273

10 thoughts on “Grounding Quinn

  1. Jude says:

    Here We Go Again It looks long but it goes fast The Story is the most clich thing you ll find Girl afraid to fall in Love Boy that Loves her She pushes him away They get back together End of the story A lot of books have this plot and I LOVE IT It s my favorite subject I think and so when I read the summary I knew I had to read it Sadly, my relationship with this book didn t turn out nearly as good as I hoped This is not a hate...

  2. Shannon says:

    This sounds like an awful book.

  3. Fred says:

    For those of us who prefer dysfunction to dystopia, relationships to spaceships, cupid s darts to bows and arrows, and real emotions to EMOTING, this is an awesome book When we first meet MC Quinn, she s in the principal s office, sneakily blacking out her father s smarmy class photo smugface with a sharpy And Quinn spends most of the rest of the book trying to obliterate herself, as well She s actually doing a pretty good job of it, too, what with the prescription drugs she steals from her w For those of us who prefer dysfunction to dystopia, relationships to spaceships, cupid s darts to bows and arrows, and real emotions to EMOTING, this is an awesome book When we first meet MC Quinn, she s in the principal s office, sneakily blacking out her father s s...

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  5. Samantha Young says:

    Wow This novel was definitely a surprise A great surprise Perhapsof a crossover YA Adult novel than straight up YA contemporary, Grounding Quinn is a brilliantly written, hard edged coming of age romance.The eighteen year old titled heroine, Quinn, is a wonderfully drawn character Her voice is snarky with arsenic laced wit and yet there is a beautiful vulnerability to her and undeniable likeability, despite her varied flaws But perhaps THAT is what is so beautiful about Quinn The rom Wow This novel was definitely a surprise A great surprise Perhapsof a crossover YA Adult novel than straight up YA contemporary, Grounding Quinn is a brilliantly written, hard edged coming of age romance.The eighteen year old titled heroine, Quinn, is a wonderfully drawn character Her voice is snarky with arsenic laced wit and yet there is a beautiful vulnerability to her and undeniable likeability, despite her varied flaws But perhaps THAT is what is so beautiful about Quinn The romance between her and Ben is authentic and sweet and extremely electric, and I also loved Ben s POV He s such a loyal and passionate character and the complete opposite to Quinn, which was exactly what she needed Although the romance is a huge part of the story the real s...

  6. Morgan says:

    CLICK HERE TO READ MORE YA REVIEWS AT READING, EATING DREAMING I WAS BLAIR WALDORFGrounding Quinn by Stephanie Campbell was a well written, engaging story This story was good and it made an impression, however, it was what the author, Stephanie Campbell, did that made me like this book so much In so many different ways, she made this story REALITISTIC AND AUTHENTIC Grounding Quinn was a marvelous modern day romance and extremely hilarious at times I loved that it was current and relatab CLICK HERE TO READ MORE YA REVIEWS AT READING, EATING DREAMING I WAS BLAIR WALDORFGrounding Quinn by Stephanie Campbell was a well written, engaging story This story was good and it made an impression, however, it was what the author, Stephanie Campbell, did that made me like this book so much In so many different ways, she made this story REALITISTIC AND AUTHENTIC Grounding Quinn was a marvelous modern day romance and extremely hilarious at times I loved that it was current and relatable Facebook stalking comment, sly twilight references, etcQUINN What to say about Quinn She has a wall around her heart and she doesn t really let people in She screws up pretty often and is rather selfish But these things don t make her a bad character they make her real and relatable Who hasn t gotten themselves into situations that they regretted immediately or later on down the road Al...

  7. Andrea says:

    Ok my earlier review was horribleI wasn t feeling ok and I took it out on the booknow this is my real reviewWhen I saw the cover of this book it automatically grabbed my attention don t ask why and when I read the description I thought this will be good I absolutely love this kind of books where the guy fights for the girl and they stay together and live happily ever after But this one I don t know what happened.The first part was really good we got to know Quinn and Ben and I thoug Ok my earlier review was horribleI wasn t feeling ok and I took it out on the booknow this is my real reviewWhen I saw the cover of this book it automatically grabbed my attention don t ask why and when I read the description I thought this will be good I absolutely love this kind of books where the guy fights for the girl and they stay together and live happily ever after But this one I don t know what happened.The first part was really good we got to know Quinn and Ben and I thought th...

  8. Kelly says:

    Oh my, what a rollercoaster that was I loved the book but there sure were a lot of ups and downs The story follows Quinn, the female main character She has a dysfunctional family and believes herself to be a damaged, unloveable product of that Her mum drinks way too much and takes a vast amount of medication each day leaving her spaced out Her dad likes everyone to see them as a happy family but that doesn t stop him doing things he shouldn t Her parents constantly argue with each other but Oh my, what a rollercoaster that was I loved the book but there sure were a lot of ups and downs The story follows Quinn, the female main character She has a dysfunctional family and believes herself to be a damaged, unloveable product of that Her mum drinks way too much and takes a vast amount of medication each day leaving her spaced out Her dad likes everyone to see them as a happy family but that doesn t stop him doing things he shouldn t Her parents constantly argue with each other but then unite to gang up on Quinn and dish out their latest punishment.Quinn meets Ben over the summer and he makes her feel different, like she can open up to him in a way she never does with anyone else, but then he says those 3 little words I love you and everything changes Quinn immediately pushes him away, she isn t worthy of his love as she s such a screw up The story then follows her journey of self destruction, se...

  9. Sarah says:

    Source I own a copy of this book Quinn likes to steal her mother s pills, and likes the buzz they give her, she also likes sex When she starts dating a new boy called Ben, she wants to have sex with him, but he s a virgin, and doesn t want to rush into things.Can Quinn wait for Ben though And will popping her mother s pills land her in the hospital I really wish I hadn t bothered reading this book it was dull, and fairly boring.I didn t really like Quinn, and I couldn t relate to her I di Source I own a copy of this book Quinn likes to steal her mother s pills, and likes the buzz they give he...

  10. Elizabeth Allen says:

    While the writing is clever, well paced and engaging sadly the story is not Quinn is one of those teen land dysfunctional love stories that has been done to death Plot redundancy in and of itself is not the end of the world, but this story never exploresthan one level and time spent on that level was brutally interminable Quinn is such an expert at sabotaging herself, I m surprised Ms Campbell didn t title this Burying Quinn The author, however, is clearly talented and I really While the writing is clever, well paced and engaging sadly the story is not Quinn...

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