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Narrated by: Sophie Daniels
Length: 7 hrs and 6 mins
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Summary

Kyle Blake likes plans. So far, they're pretty simple: Finish her senior year of high school, head off to a good college, find a cute boyfriend, graduate, get a good job, get married, the whole heterosexual shebang. Nothing is going to stand in the way of that plan. Not even Stella Lewis.

Stella Lewis also has a plan: Finish her senior year as cheer captain, go to college, finally let herself flirt with (and maybe even date) a girl for the first time and go from there.

Fate has other plans for Kyle and Stella when they're paired up in their AP English class and something between them ignites. It's confusing and overwhelming and neither of them know what to do about it. One thing they do know is that their connection can't be ignored. The timing just isn't right. But is there ever a good time for falling in love?

©2016 Chelsea M. Cameron (P)2017 Chelsea M. Cameron

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Brilliant coming out story

This book was brilliant; it's well written and narrated. It was a happy book all the way through, with humour in it too. The two girls have great chemistry. It is nice to have a book which has family and friends so supportive of a young couple coming out. It would be a nice book for schools, which show it's not all doom and gloom, when you come out.

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  • 18-10-17

a good story with An awesome performance

a good story were they start of hating each other then fall in love with each other!!

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  • Weazelz
  • 08-07-19

Super cute.

With great characters, really enjoyed it. Sophie Daniels did an excellent job at narration as well. Will definitely be picking up more books for this author/narrator.

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  • LuEllen Lang
  • 03-07-19

So sweet!

I simply could not stop listening to this! Brought me back to simpler times! Such a sweet high school romance with everything being a teen and finding your first love. Great narration, will definitely be revisiting this!

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  • Mari Stark
  • 24-06-19

Enjoyable fluffy coming out story

This is a coming out story free of drama, which makes the all fluff vibe very enjoyable. Few coming out stories are like this. But every story should be a happy deal. It is nice to forget about reality for a bit and just appreciate the joy of understanding, acceptance, as well as supportive friends and family.

I found very clever the way their names mix to title the book. I really liked it.

The narration in general was good, only sometimes the voices are similar and gets confusing. But it’s easy to get over that.

Overall is it very enjoyable and is good to listen a conflict free coming out story.

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  • Jude S
  • 18-06-19

Very cute

Cute little book, full of teenage angst but nothing too deep. The MCs are relatable. I liked that one of them is disabled, and the way it fits in the story, and how two of the characters (that we know of) are not white, and that while they’re not main characters, they’re still very important. It’s a pretty drama-free novel, which doesn’t mean it skirts around sensitive issues, but the author has chosen to handle them in a way that doesn’t take away from the mostly shiny feel of the book.

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  • Kristina
  • 28-05-19

amazing story of two young women falling in love

I had a hard time putting this one down. ever secondnof this book had me riveted. I absolutely loved Stella and Kyle. I love how loving and accepting friends and family were.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-05-19

One of the cutest stories I’ve read in a while

This book and its sequel were a couple of the cutest f/f romance books I’ve come across in all of Audible. I’ve read tons. There’s absolutely no drama, just a random cute love story with a bunch of swear words and a bunch of aww moments and a few sexy moments.

I love how this first book was free with the romance package. I bought the sequel without a second thought. I wish more series were like that. Take note publishers and writers!

Read Chord next y’all. It was even better!

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  • Jason Engler
  • 10-06-18

STella and kYLE

I read Chord first, which is sort of a sequel to this novel. What I liked about Chord was how it was all fluff without drama. I hoped Style would be the same way, and indeed it was! Whether you consider it good or bad, all the dominoes tend to fall their way. All their friends are supportive, all their parents are supportive, and they even tell their parents instead of sneaking around. Each chapter switches between kyle and stella's perspective. One thing to note is you don't learn the back-story of the title Style until you read Chord.

On the downside, I wasn't too keen on how often kyle (and stella herself) refer to stella as a bitch. I totally get it was the persona she portrayed, but it got a bit repetitive. The characters seemed too similar, sometimes using the same phrases. The most notable example is when each of them thinks the other has "all the raw materials". The narrator wasn't very convincing when the character calls each other "babe", which sounded a bit more on the cringey side.

A big part of why I like it was the fluff. If you want something more, I'd suggest Siera Maley's high school novels instead, which I felt were better written in comparison.