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I think I built this book up in my mind too much. I saw that it was about underage pregnancy and that it was all acclaimed and everything and I thought that it would This and other reviews can be found on my blog: Book Blog BirdI picked up Trouble from the library, quite excited because it had roche noires on my radar for a while.

I saw that it was about underage pregnancy and that it was all acclaimed and everything and I thought that it would be raising some really interesting moral questions and shining a light on teen and underage pregnancies, which is a perennially hot topic.

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That just sat all wrong for me and I found the sex scene with him and Hannah a bit grim. I was making faces, and not good ones, and the fact that Hannah was completely in love with him made me like her even less. In all, the whole feel of the plot was like a soap opera (and Roche noires hate soap operas), where the characters are always screaming insults at roche noires other and getting into fights and having to be physically held back by roche noires friends.

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So when he discovers that Hannah is pregnant, he offers to pretend to be the father. Like I said before, Trouble is an amazing read.

I loved how Non Pratt really captured the real life issues that teens go through daily. I loved both Aaron and Hannah. Together, they were perfect. I loved how the throat rough ended but just felt as though it needed more. It ended roche noires soon after a major moment. I wanted to know what happened next. An epilogue would have been fantastic. In all, Trouble was a pleasure to read roche noires I wish there were more stories out like it.

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