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The Six Rules of Maybe

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Every girl must read this book!

The Six Rules of maybe is not your average love story. With the love triangle and the family that has been broken for years, things fall apart quickly. Caletti tries to make us see the difference between always helping others or choosing to help yourself first. Everyone...
The Six Rules of maybe is not your average love story. With the love triangle and the family that has been broken for years, things fall apart quickly. Caletti tries to make us see the difference between always helping others or choosing to help yourself first. Everyone¿s world is soon turned upside down and they all struggle to continue things normally. But when you continue to help others, you could be helping yourself as well.
Scarlet¿s world gets rocked when her older sister, Juliet, comes home with a ring on her finger and a baby on its way, all with a guy they¿ve never heard of before. Scarlet instantly realizes that she doesn¿t only like Hayden, but she is in love with him. She attempts to tell herself that she can¿t be in love with her sister¿s husband, but it isn¿t any use. She also knows that because she loves him and her sister, she has to let him go so they can be happy. Scarlet continues to push herself farther and farther throughout the story to help others, in hope she could make their life better while hers is broken.
I recommend this book to any girl in eighth grade or older who enjoys a romance novel with many twists and turns. Although the book has some language, it is an excellent example of how helping people can be good, but you also have to take time for yourself. It shows the struggles of a family and the unfairness of life. It also shows that when things are at their worse, you can choose to pull it together or sit and watch it slip farther away.
This story will leave you on your toes, and never slows down. You will find yourself falling for Hayden right along with Scarlet! The ending will leave you re-reading the last paragraphs in hopes of finding answers to some unanswered questions. You may just have to some questions for yourself.
Overall I loved this book and the characters. You get emotionally connected with them and begin to feel their pain as they struggle to keep a family bond. Scarlet has always put others first, but she has finally decided to enjoy something all for herself.

posted by Chloe_Beth on November 29, 2011

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