Understudy



[PDF / Epub] ☄ Understudy Author Cheyanne Young – E17streets4all.co.uk The high school play is in two months and senior Wren Barlow just became director Wren still isn t over the fact that she got stiffed as a stagehand instead of the lead role that she totally deserved The high school play is in two months and senior Wren Barlow just became director Wren still isn t over the fact that she got stiffed as a stagehand instead of the lead role that she totally deserved Now she is in charge of rehearsals, costumes, navigating around cast member hookups and managing the real life drama at homeThe principal counts on her to succeed because tickets have been sold and the money has been spent But when he drops a gorgeous bad boy on her and wants him to help the play for extra credit, she falls hard for someone she knows she can t date With everything spinning out of control, the mysterious and secretive detention king named Derek has a few tricks up his sleeve and wants to help too bad Wren is scared to give him a chance to prove himself.Understudy

Cheyanne Young is a native Texan with a fear of cold weather and a coffee addiction that probably needs an intervention She loves books, sarcasm, and collecting nail polish She works in education and writes books for young adults and the young adults at heart Cheyanne lives near the beach with her family, a spoiled rotten K, a spoiled rotten civilian mutt, and a cat who is most likely plotting to take over the world Probably because she is spoiled rotten Cheyanne s newest book, The Last Wish of Sasha Cade, is available now.

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    Understudy PDF/EPUB ò Paperback play for extra credit, she falls hard for someone she knows she can t date With everything spinning out of control, the mysterious and secretive detention king named Derek has a few tricks up his sleeve and wants to help too bad Wren is scared to give him a chance to prove himself."/>
  • Paperback
  • 194 pages
  • Understudy
  • Cheyanne Young
  • English
  • 24 June 2017
  • 1495380521

10 thoughts on “Understudy

  1. says:

    This was a short and perfectly cute and predictable book to end the year This book had everything that I normally do not want to read about, namely a quite predictable plot, immature characters even the adults , instant love connection, dramadramadrama andteenage drama do I need to go on But from the summary I figured as much and knowing that, I expected it, which made it not annoying at all The one thing that did annoy me was the wrapping up of the story There was such a build up, s This was a short and perfectly cute and predictable book to end the year This book had everything that I normally do not want to read about, namely a quite predictable plot, immature characters even the adults , instant love connection, dramadramadrama andteenage drama do I need to go on But from the summary I figured as much and knowing that, I expected it, which made it not annoying at all The one thing that did annoy me was the wrapping up of the story There was such a build up, so much potential , to just have it wrapped up in a few sentences I wish the author would have donewith Derek s story and even with Gwen as well It was sweet and cute and clean and it had potential Good book to end the year

  2. says:

    3.5 starsSuper quick read but irritated that the MC was always so quick to jump to the wrong conclusion without waiting for an explanation.

  3. says:

    Overall Rating 5 Stars Book Description 4 Cover 5 Plot 3.5 Creativity 3.5 Grammar 3.5 Simile Use 5 minimal usage Description 5 very well written Show And Tell Balance 5The cover of this book is what initially drew me in, it promised a quick cute romance, and the description only helped to build this impression That is exactly what this novel delivered In the novel, Wren a senior in high school, is looking for a scholarship and needs some extra credits in theater to do it The only Overall Rating 5 Stars Book Description 4 Cover 5 Plot 3.5 Creativity 3.5 Grammar 3.5 Simile Use 5 minimal usage Description 5 very well written Show And Tell Balance 5The cover of this book is what initially drew me in, it promised a quick cute romance, and the description only helped to build this impression That is exactly what this novel delivered In the novel, Wren a senior in high school, is looking for a scholarship and needs some extra credits in theater to do it The only problem Her annoyingly immature aunt Now, some people would say, this woman is an adult why is she acting like this The truth is, many people don t grow up and there are people out there as self centered as Wren s aunt While she was annoying, I loved the fact that Mrs Young put an adult character that acts like a child in her book It s a bold move Many times people can t stand this sort of portrayal, but it is utterly realistic Also realistic was the voice that was given to Wren She acted like a teenager, thought like a teenager, fell in love like a teenager, and made stupid mistakes and assumptions as a teenager Mrs Young captured the way a 17 year old, or at least one much like myself at that age, thinks Not only that, there was the adorable bad boy every one is afraid of, while stereotypical, the way it was written still felt fresh and new, plus I love a guy in Converse shoes Overall, the plot and creativity where perfect for a quick read and the way the author didn t use similies or provide ornate descriptions was great She let the characters and their actions tell the story now that s my kind of book

  4. says:

    This book is definitely geared t wards the YA crowd That being said it was a cute one sit read that detailed the the problems of one teen who is trying to bolster her college resume by joining the cast of the school play Inadvertently she finds herself as the props director and understudy to the main female lead She also finds herself attracted to the bad boy at school, a definite taboo for her career path It all plays out in a very cute way and as with many bad boys in novels, all is no This book is definitely geared t wards the YA crowd That being said it was a cute one sit read that detailed the the problems of one teen who is trying to bolster her college resume by joining the cast of the school play Inadvertently she finds herself as the props director and understudy to the main female lead She also finds herself attracted to the bad boy at school, a definite taboo for her career path It all plays out in a very cute way and as with many bad boys in novels, all is not always as it seems

  5. says:

    This is not how high school theater works Also, I don t think people actually act this way in real life The main character was a pain in the ass and I wanted to throttle her most of the time because she made terrible decisions.

  6. says:

    It was cute, but the story line wasn t anything special and the female protagonist kind of drove me crazy.

  7. says:

    I m not sure this was good, but I m giving it 3 stars because I finished it There were several times I wanted to just put it down because I kept asking myself, what s the point of continuing to read I m all for happy, fluffy contemporary YA books, and yes some are just bad But they re fun and light and this book was neither fun nor light There were some deep issues that the author glazed over, and there could have been some good how can teens deal with these issues moments that were just l I m not sure this was good, but I m giving it 3 stars because I finished it There were several times I wanted to just put it down because I kept asking myself, what s the point of continuing to read I m all for happy, fluffy contemporary YA books, and yes some are just bad But they re fun and light and this book was neither fun nor light There were some deep issues that the author glazed over, and there could have been some good how can teens deal with these issues moments that were just lost opportunities If you add an issue, deal with it As for the characters, most were unbelievable or annoying Why would the main character allow her best friend to distract her love life and not deal with the issue And Gwen and Lexi s stories at the end, ugh And do we really think Derek s backstory was redeeming I didn t, I get it, but I wouldn t date him redflags.The aunt in this book has some SERIOUS issues, which made her feel like a totally unbelievable character 1 You re an adult, stop whining 2 That s not how real jobs work Also, someone please tell me why her name was Aunt Barlow When their LAST name is Barlow I call my aunts by their first names Unless her name was Barlow Barlow, did I miss that I feel like the author tried to make the characters feel like teenagers, but went too far into the stereotypes without giving them any real depth or handling the struggles in their lives It made it feel hollow Cause he s like so cute and my teenaged brain can t process anything else If you re looking for a good, fun, YA book, move on

  8. says:

    Wren The main character is Sudley thrown in to the director position of her schools play she also holds the role as understudy for the lead character during the course of the play she come up again drama and a romantic the limits I really enjoyed this book it was the light and fluffy read in something it was very easy Terry however at certain parts of this book I found it difficult to like Wren she jumped to conclusions and a lot of times I just rolled my eyes she was making things a lotc Wren The main character is Sudley thrown in to the director position of her schools play she also holds the role as understudy for the lead character during the course of the play she come up again drama and a romantic the limits I really enjoyed this book it was the light and fluffy read in something it was very easy Terry however at certain parts of this book I found it difficult to like Wren she jumped to conclusions and a lot of times I just rolled my eyes she was making things a lotcomplicated than they needed to be overall he was a good book and I would recommend it

  9. says:

    Meh.So much potential but too much drama aside from the play, obviously.For a short story, this took me quite a while to finish.

  10. says:

    Understudy is Predictable, but a cute short read Some concepts were unrealistic, like a principal blackmailing a student essentially, and there was a tad too much drama for my taste.

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