[REVIEW] ‘A Date for Hannah’ By: Callie Henry

Official Synopsis:

Fans of Hallmark movies and sweet stories of first love will adore Callie Henry’s new series!

High-schooler, Hannah, has always been self-conscious about her weight, so when hottie swimmer, Liam, pays her extra attention at her sister’s wedding, she has a hard time trusting his interest. Throughout the evening, Liam’s charm wins her over, until they’re falling hard for each other. But the next day, Hannah learns something that may ruin it all.


All stories in the LIFE (Love is for Everyone) series portray true-to-life, teen-aged characters, with real personalities and common issues, who experience the lightning bolt of first love in their own, individual ways!

Rating: 3.5/5 Stars


The premise of this book was super cute, and I was definitely very interested in it when an ebook copy was offered to me! Cute romance that takes place at a wedding? Sign me up!

This ebook follows two teenagers, but for some reason, this book read more like an adult book to me. It must have been the writing style, because other than that, I can’t really put my finger on it. That’s not to say the writing style was bad, because it wasn’t, but it’s just a style that I’m not very used to.

Hannah and Liam both had their own struggles, but the two of them fit together nicely. The ending was super sweet!  The book seems like it could easily be turned into a Hallmark film (and I would definitely watch it!).

It’s dual POV, so we get to see the story from both Hannah and Liam’s point of views. The book could be cliche at times, and it was predictable, but overall, it was a cute love story and I’d like to read the rest of the books in the series when they come out, although I don’t think they are connected by any characters.

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