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{One Smart Cookie: Kym Brunner}One Smart Cookie by Kym Brunner
Published by Omnific Publishing on July 15, 2014
Genres: Romance, Young Adult
Pages: 204
Format: eBook
Source: Read for Review
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{Synopsis} – Sixteen year old Sophie Dumbrowski, is an adorably inept teen living above her family-owned Polish bakery with her man-hungry mother and her spirit-conjuring grandmother, who together, are determined to find Sophie the perfect boyfriend.

But when Sophie meets two hot guys on the same day, she wonders if this a blessing or a curse. And is Sophie's inability to choose part of the reason the bakery business is failing miserably? The three generations of women need to use their heads, along with their hearts, to figure things out…before it's too late.

{My Thoughts} – This book was amazing. I was skeptical but not in the sense I had thought it would be bad, but because I have Polish heritage and I know nothing about it. I know sad, but I wasn’t taught any of it.

Sophie is a sweet girl that wants to have a great summer vacation before her senior year. She and her friend have this goal to meet two great guys at the beach and to double date all summer. She ends up with a bad beginning to her summer when she winds up causing her mom to fire her, but in her words she more or less quit or was it the other way around? Anyways, because of that she ends up going job hunting and then so much happens.

There are two guys Nick and Geo. Both appear to be the picture perfect guy, but you know how looks can always be deceiving eventually, right? Eventually she ends up learning that things aren’t as they appear but with which boy or both? I won’t tell you! You need to read the book if you want the juicy info.

Sophie has some choices to make, some relationships to mend and make and one interesting summer vacation.

I really enjoyed this book because of it’s Polish references, it’s Italian references and that fact that it was an attention grabbing wonderful read that I highly recommend.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.