Andie had it all planned out. When you are a politician’s daughter who’s pretty much raised yourself, you learn everything can be planned or spun, or both. Especially your future.

Important internship? Check.

Amazing friends? Check.

Guys? Check (as long as we’re talking no more than three weeks).

But that was before the scandal. Before having to be in the same house with her dad. Before walking an insane number of dogs. That was before Clark and those few months that might change her whole life.

Because here’s the thing – if everything’s planned out, you can never find the unexpected. And where’s the fun in that?

I really really enjoyed The Unexpected Everything. It was the summer read. I would describe it as a romantic comedy that a lot of people can relate to.

The writing style was lighthearted and fun. I really enjoyed that because it had the air of anything-can-happen. Not many of the books I have recently read have that quality. The setting was described very well and I enjoyed learning about And it’s environment. The way that the setting was portrayed seemed accurate and relatable. The setting could have been described a bit more, but it was okay. All in all, the writing style helped with the mood and the setting and I enjoyed reading them.

Andie: Andie was a good main character for this story. But she was pretty bland and cliche. I liked how she interacted with her friends and family, and her interest in animals. Andie was also very relatable. I enjoyed her well enough, but thought that she could have been more interesting.

Clark: Clark was also pretty generic, but he has one thing going for him. Clark was a 19 year old novelist. It really helped my self-esteem. Otherwise, he was a pretty boring love interest. If the author has put a little more thought and effort into him, I would have really liked him.