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Blog Tour: The Rule of Thirds by Chantel Guertin Review and Contest Giveaway
Sixteen-year-old Pippa Greene never goes anywhere without her camera. She and her best friend/supermodel-in-training Dace long ago mapped out their life plan: Pippa will be the noted fashion photographer, and Dace the cover girl. But ever since last spring, canada goose women’s parka outlet have changed for Pippa—and her junior year at Spalding High proves to have its own set of challenges. Not only is Vantage Point, the statewide photography competition, in three short weeks, but her mandatory volunteering placement lands her at St. Christopher’s Hospital, a place Pippa never wanted to set foot in again. With humor and pluck, she navigates her new role as a candy striper (watch out for Code Yellows), her changing relationship with her best friend (goodbye, Honesty Pact), and—perhaps most stressful of all—her new love interests (yes, love interests plural). Will Pippa make it to Vantage Point without having a panic attack? Will either one of the guys prove less sketchy than her last boyfriend? Can she and Dace figure out a way to dream big and be best friends? One canada goose women’s parka outlet is certain: real life is a lot more complicated than a photograph.

Chantel Guertin is an author, beauty expert and magazine editor. Her first novel (written as Chantel Simmons), Stuck in Downward Dog, came out in 2007, and was a Winnipeg Free Press bestseller, a Chatelaine Best Beach Book and Book of the Month, and a Vancouver Sun Editor’s Choice. Her second novel, Love Struck, came out in 2010, and was also a bestseller in Canada.

Chantel is currently the Editor-at-Large of, a monthly digital fashion & beauty magazine & weekly print feature in the Toronto Star, Montreal Gazette & Vancouver Sun, a beauty expert on The Marilyn Denis Show and faculty at Centennial College in the Book & Magazine publishing program, where she teaches magazine writing and editing courses.

Pippa’s main goal is to win the photography competition, Vantage Point so she could atten Tisch, her dream school. Not to mention, her volunteer placement ends up being in a place which holds dire memories she world rather forget. Enter in her crush whom she thought would never see again and another boy who’s new to town, her life starts to get busy and problematic in more ways than one.

I liked Pippa enough even though she would have completely selfish and snarky thoughts. Just like most younger characters they have to grow up a bit an I’m glad she learned to let go and move on. Even to accept what happened and to conquer her panic attacks. It wasn’t easy an she never stopped fighting for what she wanted which is an admirable trait to have. I liked her friendship with Dace since it mimics the relationship best friends go through when they’re growing up. I also liked the little love triangle and am glad she picked the one she liked best. In the end, he was just too cute and I couldn’t help but smile at the ending even though it was predictable. The book packs a lot in just 197 pages so it’s a quick and easy to read!

Overall, a great book, with a solid plot, a main character with a snarky attitude and two sizzling love interests, what more could you ask for?


“You’re much more interesting to look at than anything else.” (70)

“Kissing doesn’t really matter. Dave says kissing is basically like coughing. Not a big deal. And doesn’t really tell you anything anyway.” (73)

“I couldn’t settle on just one. I guess I like my bikinis like my boys. Two at a time.” (88)

“That’s the hard canada goose women’s parka outlet about friendship, you want what’s best for your best friend, but sometimes it’s not what’s best for yourself.” (91)

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