The irresistible sequel to the bestselling 99 Days.Molly Barlow isnt that girl anymore. A business major at her college in Boston, shes reinvented herself after everything that went down a year ago . . . after all the people she hurt and the family she tore apart.Slowly, life is getting back to normal. Molly has just said I love you to her new boyfriend, Ian, and they are off on a romantic European vacation together, starting with scenic London. But there on a Tube platform, the past catches up to her in the form of Gabe, her ex, traveling on his own parallel vacation with new girlfriend Sadie.After comparing itineraries, Ian ends up extending an invite for Gabe and Sadie to join them on the next leg of their trip, to Ireland. Sadie, whos dying to go there, jumps at the prospect. And Molly and Gabe cant bring themselves to tell the truth about who they once were to each other to their new significant others.Now Molly has to spend nine days and nine nights with the boy she once loved, t...
|Title||:||9 Days and 9 Nights (99 Days #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||272 pages|
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9 Days and 9 Nights (99 Days #2) Reviews
I feel so . . . letdown and disappointed by this sequel. 99 days is one of my favorite books of all time. I love the writing, story, characters, and book despite its flaws. I feel like it ended on a pretty promising note and didn't really need a sequel. However, I was overjoyed when I saw that I'd get to read more about Molly and Gabe.
What I got was so . . . not what I was expecting, filled with pointless bickering, and angst. I didn't connect with any of the characters like I did in 99 Days or ...more
I really loved this. Such a great follow up to 99 days and i honestly want more!! I’m a big fan of Katie cotugno now and can’t wait to read the rest of her books. She just has this way of writing like real flawed people that I just really enjoy.
MY RATING: 4.5/5 STARS
I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
It's been a hot minute since I read 99 days. I think it may have been released 2 years ago and if someone could fact check that for me, that would be perfect. To be honest, I don't remember what happened in 99 Days. The facts are these. I knew I enjoyed it. I knew a bunch of readers got tired of Katie's tales because it always seemed to involve a love triangle which can be boring at times. And I knew ther ...more
Oh man, I liked this one a WHOLE LOT. Will definitely be purchasing a physical copy because I adore this story and everything it stands for. I so did not expect this one to pack the punch that it did, and I’m living for it.
Review Posted on Reading Lark 6/28/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018...
When readers last saw Molly Barlow she was looking toward a bright future in Boston. College, for many of us, is a chance to reinvent ourselves and start fresh. Many who venture to higher education often leave their childhood friends behind and embark on a journey without their parents hovering on the horizon. It's a time when the world begins to open up wider and adulthood is right around the corner. For Molly, this ...more
I loved revisiting the characters from 99 Days in this new story! I liked the European travel aspect of it (especially since I read it on my flight home from a little trip to Europe), I enjoyed seeing how the characters had changed since the last time I'd encountered them and I liked how it ended too ;)
“It occurs to me that maybe this is what friendship is sometimes: saying your piece, then crossing your fingers and hoping for the best.”We are finally getting into contemporary season and I couldn’t be happier and what better way to kick it off than a fun summery “roadtrip romance” sequel to 99 Days with Katie Cotugno’s 9 Days and 9 Nights. We follow Molly as she and her new boyfriend are on vacation in Europe and they run into Gabe, who’s also traveling Europe with his new girlfriend. Gabe ...more
9 Days and 9 Nights is the sequel to 99 days. It is a YA contemporary romance however the main characters are all in college. The narrator is once again Molly.
Do you need to read 99 Days before reading this book? IMO the answer is yes. You really need to have read the first book before reading this one to fully understand Molly. Yes, technically you could follow this book if you read it as a standalone. But I think that you would miss out on so much. You would not understand what happened to Mol ...more