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Eleven Weeks (Crazy In Love Book 2) by [McKellar, Lauren K.]
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Seven shots

Five siblings

Two boys

One heartbeat …

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Stacey is good at pretending.

She pretends that the boy she's in love with doesn't exist.

She pretends that she's happy to live and die in this small town.

She pretends that her life is carefree while her best friend's world crumbles before her very eyes.

But Stacey's got a secret ...

And it's going to ruin everything.

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  • File Size: 998 KB
  • Print Length: 226 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SS2BM5E
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #114,021 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By Victoria DeBono TOP 500 REVIEWER on 26 July 2016
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I'm really enjoying the Crazy In Love series. Eleven Weeks has many emotional ups and downs. I liked that the story linked back to #1 and the story will continue in #3 McKeller does an amazing job at pulling you right into her stories and I didn't want to put it down, loved the story
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Not sure if i Love or hate this author. LOL. no i love her even though she makes me ugly cry with each book in this series.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xb0d15990) out of 5 stars 31 reviews
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HASH(0xb0eb9fc0) out of 5 stars Heartfelt, fun, uplifting 27 January 2015
By Glass Paper Ink Bookblog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
After the emotional turmoil and devastation of The Problem With Crazy I wasn't entirely sure what to expect from Eleven Weeks, this was very much a blind beta read for me, I was assured this was a much lighter companion of sorts to the first book in the series, but what I wasn't prepared for was the depth of emotion that McKellar draws from a moment.

Am I scaring you? Are you grabbing for the wine and tissues? Hold on a second because this isn't that kind of book, where TPWC was very much Kate's story, this is clearly Stacey's, the fun filled, joyous, ready to party best friend. I thought no one could compare to Kate but boy was I wrong, the immediate connection I felt to Stacey caught me off guard, invested? Completely, utterly and within the first sentence. Stacey has never quite felt enough, never had a clear direction of what she wants and where she wants to do, she's never had the familial support that would reinforce her worth, would tell her she's capable of greatness, capable of anything she wants.

While Stacey stole my heart from the very first page, Michael held my attention, his easy charm and straight forward Aussie sensibilities was simultaneously endearing and sexy. A deviation from the stereotype, Michael isn't bad boy rocker, he's not waiting for the right girl to come along to turn him good, Michael is inherently good, throw in talent and a music star in the making and he's both the kind of guy you want to take home to meet mum and dad and the one you want to sneak out with in the middle of the night.

Once again McKellar has bravely taken her stories far away from the stereotype, she's dared to write something so effortless in it's sheer beauty that I was immediately drawn into her world, connecting deeply with her characters, leaving me desperately wanting more.
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HASH(0xb0a80af8) out of 5 stars This is definitely a MUST READ book! 17 February 2015
By The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
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RATE: 4,5 stars

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All the Crazy in Love books held a lot of emotion and make the reader invested in the story, and Eleven Weeks was no exception. Although the first book affected me more than the second one, I still was on edge the whole time while reading Eleven Weeks and was dying to see how this one will end.

Eleven Weeks is about Stacey, a character you might have met before if you have read The Problem With Crazy, the first book in the series. To me, Stacey, in the first book, was one of those cheerful girls with nothing to worry about and always willing to face the problems without a care of what other might think. I couldn't have been more wrong! And that's what makes this story a must read one, because what we learn from Stacey in the first book is nothing compared to what we learn in Eleven Weeks.

Her story is about being the black sheep in a family: not wanting to pursue a career and being mocked for it. It's pretty awful to feel the pressure of not really knowing what you want to do at eighteen, but imagine if you have no support whatsoever from your family. Even they mock you by not expecting great things from you. I hated her family for that because I could identify with her, even if you were never in her situation, but for the simple fact that you could've been. Moreover, the pressure of being the fifth child in a big family where all siblings have achieved great things. How can you top that?

And Stacey's world is about to tumble even more because she's pregnant from a one night stand that she didn't even remember. What's worse? Is that she might lose the only guy she's ever loved and that has really cared for her.

But not only that, Lauren K. McKellar brought into this story the consequences of unprotected sex and the huge decision of what to do after that. What it means to keep living with the choices we make and the consequences of our actions.

The characters are relatable and approachable. Easy to feel yourself identified and easy to love. Stacey's simply a teenager who has made some mistakes, but she's good, kind and will do anything for her friends. Michael is the perfect definition of the boy next door: sweet, gentle and real, who'll also do anything to defend his friends and to make the girl who loves that she's perfect no matter what.

The plot is a mind-blowing one, just like the one in the first book. Not at all repetitive and with it's ups and downs. Meaning that it has it all: the funny moments, the swoon worthy moments, the sad ones and the heartbreaking ones. What I loved is how Stacey's story mixed with Kate's; like having two point of views, but two different stories at the same time.

I truly enjoyed Eleven Weeks and hardly recommend it to anyone looking for a real, heartbreaking and emotional YA story. The only thing left to say is that I need to read the third book, because I no longer can live without this series. I simply need more! And really look forward to reading the third book in the series.

*I received this digital ARC in exchange of an honest review. Thank you so much, Lauren K. McKellar for providing me this amazing read.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb1113540) out of 5 stars Another heart-wrenching tale from Lauren McKellar <3 1 February 2015
By Jennifer Ryder - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
After being turned into a blubbering mess from The Problem With Crazy, I didn't know what to expect from Eleven Weeks.

This story runs parallel to TPWC, from the perspective of Stacey, Kate's best friend.

Eleven Weeks is another heart-wrenching story. I loved seeing more of Stacey's character, and understanding that her life isn't as perfect as it seems from the outside. She's not just a pretty face, and I adored her as a character. I had my laugh out loud moments, as well as those steering me towards the tissue box.

McKellar has a story telling gift, and anything she writes is an automatic one-click for me.

Just wait until you read The Problem With Heartache....
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb0b42bb8) out of 5 stars Eleven Weeks 31 January 2015
By Lauren Firminger - Published on Amazon.com
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Another heart wrenching book by Lauren McKellar. Her Crazy In Love series hits you where it hurts and Eleven Weeks is no different. It takes you into Stacey Allison's story but it's not what you expect. It just goes to show that you can't judge a book by its cover. The same can be said with people too. This is definitely one book you can't put down until the end but it will leave you wanting more.
HASH(0xb09ec7ec) out of 5 stars Things aren't always what they seem 27 March 2015
By Sue - Published on Amazon.com
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Stacey may appear to all her friends as a party girl with not a care in the world but Stacey has a secret. A huge secret. Eleven weeks of Stacey’s life unfolds in this story, involving you in a touching love story and discovering what friendship really is and how important family are.

This is the second book in the Crazy In Love series by the author and although I did enjoy reading it, I didn’t like it as much as the first book The Problem With Crazy. Each of the eleven chapters represents one week in Stacey’s life and the entire story unfolds week by week. The storyline was interesting with its twists and turns and made me want to keep reading it to find out what happened next. I loved the interconnectedness between the first book in the series and this one, and it also explained a lot more of what had been going in certain scenes from the first book where we now get Stacey’s point of view in this book. A character from the first book, Michael, also plays a large part in this book.

There are funny moments in this book, sad moments, heart warming moments, and frustrating moments, and although it is a great read, it is not the heart wrenching roller coaster of emotions forced upon us by the first book in the series.

Although I felt for Stacey and the predicament she found herself in, I didn’t warm to her as much as I did to Kate in the first book. I felt that Stacey’s character may have been a little exaggerated and on occasion I found her to be annoying, especially in regards to her family relationships, but it may just be that was how she saw it from her point of view as a young teenage girl.

The book is written well with believable dialogue between the characters and I commend the author on her handling of a sensitive topic.

I enjoyed reading this book and I am looking forward to the next instalment in the Crazy In Love series.