Title: Chaos Theory
Author: Kelly Anne Blount & Lynn Rush
Pub. Date: May 24, 2021
Pub: Entangled Crush
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance
Corey Chaos, teen YouTube sensation, just needs a break from his hectic schedule. Ever since his musical talent was “discovered” by the right person at the right time, his life has been a steady stream of interviews, screaming fans, TV shows, screaming fans, Instagram lives, and did he mention the screaming fans? He’d give anything to be a normal teen again, even for five minutes. So, when his agent suggests staying at his pool house for a month to get away from the stress, Corey is on the next plane to snowy Twin River, Wisconsin.
As soon as he gets there, though, his agent’s gorgeous teen daughter, Victoria, asks for his help—and Corey can’t bring himself to say no to her. Not after the video of her boyfriend dumping her in the school cafeteria went viral with its own hashtag, #LunchDump. Ouch. That’s not the way you want to get a million views. No one, especially a sweet girl like Victoria, deserves to be treated that way.
But then she tells him about her big plan to get revenge on her ex. And Corey’s certain his starring role has chaos written all over it.
This will be a spoiler free review. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Fake dating will forever be one of my favorite tropes. I love it so much.
I’ve really enjoyed the books in the Twin River High series, but omfg this was easily my favorite. I loved Victoria and Corey so much. They were just so cute together.
Like with the first two books, I do wish this book was longer, but I also loved that it was on the shorter side. But I do think some of the more emotional parts were glossed over a bit in favor of wrapping everything up quickly. I don’t think that it’s necessarily a bad thing, and I would gladly read many more books in this world, in this series. I just wanted a little bit more.
This book was full of such cute moments, and lowkey, I kind of reminded me of You’d Be Mine and that book is one of my favorites. I will most definitely be recommending this book to everyone – hell, the whole series. I thoroughly enjoyed this third book, read it in one sitting and fell for the characters.
I loved that Corey just seamlessly fit in with Victoria’s friends. All those moments were so great and brought so much joy.
Honestly, if you’re looking for a feel good, quick YA contemporary read that will leave you feeling warm and giddy, then you probably are going to want to check this book out. I mean, fake dating! Kisses! A winter/ice themed festival! It’s just such a good book, and I’m so glad that I read it.