What’s A Soulmate by Lindsey Ouimet

ISBN: 978-1-77339-076-5

Title: What’s A Soulmate

Series: —

Author: Lindsey Ouimet

Publisher: Evernight Teen

Publishing Date: October 8th 2016

Format: Paperback

Number of Pages: 295

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary, Romance

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Libby Carmichael has just met her Soulmate. It’s just too bad he’s behind bars.
When you only see the world in black and white until you meet yours, it’s pretty simple to figure out when you’ve found your Soulmate. What Libby can’t figure out is why fate/destiny/the powers-that-be have decided that Andrew McCormack is her one, true match. Libby is smart, organized, and always has a plan for what’s coming next. So when she sees Andrew for the first time and her world is instantly filled with color, she’s thrown for a loop.
Namely because he’s in a dingy grey jumpsuit.
And handcuffs.
And being booked into a juvenile detention facility.
Surely a boy who’s been convicted of a headline-making, violent crime isn’t the person she’s meant to be with. There’s no way she belongs with someone like that… Right?

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**I want to thank the author, Miss Ouimet, for providing me a finish copy. This, by any means, did not affect my review.**


Have you read What’s A Soulmate? What did you like and dislike about it? Share your thoughts below.
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28 thoughts on “What’s A Soulmate by Lindsey Ouimet

    1. Really? Is that person still in jail? I know this kind of story happens in real life too. And I really hope there will be more stories like that around so we get to know their side or what is it like.

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      1. Well, it wasn’t a happy one. He got out. They were happy. Then he broke her leg. They’re separated now but she still loves him.

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      2. Oh gosh. That’s kinda like what happened in this book, only that it wasn’t the guy in juvenile center but his parents. That is so sad. I hope the woman’s happy and alright now even though she still loves him.

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    1. Oh, really? If you want heavy and solid romance, I guess you should skip this one and try The Color Project, Once and For All or A Million Junes ( I recommend A Million June the most but it’s magical realism not contemporary) instead! I wrote reviews of them too you might be interested to check out. ☺

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    1. Reading prison romances is quite new to me so I really don’t know what to think of it yet, but since this is just my first time, I am still interested w/ this. And lol me too. I mean, who wouldn’t be? 😂

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