The Best Possible Answer

The Best Possible Answer


AP exams—check
SAT test—check
College application—check
Date the wrong guy and ruin everything you’ve spent your whole life working for—check

Super-achiever Viviana Rabinovich-Lowe has never had room to be anything less than perfect. But her quest for perfection is derailed when her boyfriend leaks a private picture of her to the entire school—a picture only he was supposed to see. Making matters worse, her parents are getting divorced and now her perfect family is falling apart. For the first time, Vivi feels like a complete and utter failure.

Then she gets a job working at the community pool, where she meets a new group of friends who know nothing about her past. That includes Evan, a gorgeous guy who makes her want to do something she never thought she’d do again: trust. For the first time in her life, Vivi realizes she can finally be whoever she wants. But who is that? While she tries to figure it out, she learns something they never covered in her AP courses: that it’s okay to be less than perfect, because it’s our imperfections that make us who we are.

Title:The Best Possible Answer
Edition Language:English
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Number of Pages:272 pages

    The Best Possible Answer Reviews

  • Lola  Reviewer

    It?s too bad this book wasn?t published during summer, because it can make a cute summer read.But then again, us living in Canada sure need books to make us feel warm during winter as well. So no ...

  • Sarah

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to St. Martin's Press and NetGalley.) ?I will not fail.Not again.? This was a YA contemporary story about a girl who had sent nude pictu...

  • abby

    So this is the book I expected: an over-stressed, over-worked, high school perfectionist with trust issues learns to open up to "Mr. Right" and live in the moment.That's not the book I got. This book ...

  • Amanda Minnock

    I would like to thank St. Martin's Press & E. Katherine Kottaras for my copy of the ARC.I loved the cover for this book and with the promise of coming of age with a slight romance in the mix, I though...

  • Hristina

    Ever since I read How To Be Brave last autumn, I have been waiting for Mrs. Kottaras' next novel, and she does not disappoint. Her writing is spot on once again, if not even better than what she showc...

  • Stacee

    3.5 starsI really liked the premise of this and was quite eager to get to it. I liked Vivi well enough. She's smart and is dealing with a lot of personal things. I enjoyed being in her head and readin...

  • Laurie Flynn

    I was lucky enough to read this book early and completely fell in love with it. It's authentic, gripping, emotional, and all kinds of amazing. So excited for this one to hit shelves! ...

  • Jen Ryland

    Read more of my reviews on YA Romantics or follow me on BloglovinHmmm... this one had its moments, but didn't do it for me 100%. There were a whole lot of plot elements and for me they didn't all work...

  • Bee (Heart Full of Books)

    I was really excited for the format, but in the end it just turned out to be an excuse for clunky backstory/expositional passages (e.g. Let me tell you: All About My Best friend) which seemed more lik...

  • Melissa Robles

    *This review can also be found on YA Books Central! Huge thanks to the publisher for the review copy in exchange of my unbiased opinion.*A Touching Contemporary Novel!The Best Possible Answer is a boo...