Signs Point To Yes: An Adorkable Romance by Sandy HallSigns Point To Yes: An Adorkable Romance by Sandy Hall

Signs Point To Yes: An Adorkable Romance

bySandy Hall

Paperback | October 20, 2015

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From the author of A Little Something Different comes another delightfully adorkable contemporary teen novel filled with secrets, questions, and a little superstition.

If only Jane's Magic 8 Ball could tell her how to get through the summer. With her "perfect" sister, Margo, home for her "perfect" internship, Jane is not going to be able to spend the summer writing fan fiction, as she had planned. And her emergency babysitting job requires Jane to spend the whole summer in awkward proximity to her new crush, Teo, a nerdy-hot lifeguard with problems of his own. With his best friend out of town, Teo finds himself without anyone to confide in...except Jane. Will Jane and Teo be able to salvage each other's summer? Even the Magic 8 Ball doesn't have the answer...but signs point to yes.

Sandy Hall returns with her signature wit and charm in All Signs Point to Yes, a novel about love in all its forms.

Praise for Signs Point to Yes:

"An authentic teen voice with plenty of charm." -School Library Journal

"Funny and charming." -Booklist

"Another layered, super-charming romance from the author of A Little Something Different." -Melissa Albert, BNTeen Blog

"Hall does a great job of creating a budding romance while interjecting bits of comedy throughout the novel." -VOYA

Sandy Hall is a teen librarian from New Jersey where she was born and raised. She has a BA in Communication and a Master of Library and Information Science from Rutgers University. When she isn't writing, or teen librarian-ing, she enjoys reading, marathoning TV shows, and long scrolls through Tumblr.
Title:Signs Point To Yes: An Adorkable RomanceFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:288 pages, 8.26 × 5.52 × 0.77 inShipping dimensions:8.26 × 5.52 × 0.77 inPublished:October 20, 2015Publisher:Feiwel & FriendsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:125006600X

ISBN - 13:9781250066008


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cute! This book was so cute & it was a fast read.
Date published: 2017-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Is like a batch of pink, fluffy cotton candy! Signs Point to Yes is perhaps one of the brightest, best contemporary-romance/chick-lit novels I have read this year. It's not for everyone, but if you were/are in the depressed sci-fi mood as I was before reading, this will be the uttermost perfect read for you. Now, if you excuse me, I'll be jetting off to find my own Teo and swoon over him. At least, I'll be doing that in my dreams.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Book! Signs Point To Yes is a fun fast read of two teenagers trying to find their way in this life and discovering first love. Jane takes a babysitting job with her neighbor who's son is Teo, which he is trying to find who his real dad is. Teo's best friend is Ravi and doesn't care for Jane at all until a roadtrip when he tells why he doesn't like her. As Jane reveals that she has been searching for Teo's dad without him knowing, he is mad at first but gets why she did it behind his back. As Teo gets the truth about his dad, it sends Jane, Ravi and Jane's older sister Margo on a trip to bring him home. As all the secrets and a few surprises along the way, this book is destined to be a hit! I like books like this, that have a simple message and a few surprises that nobody see's coming! I hope Sandy continues with a book series of these 4 people or at lest what happens in 5 years or so just to check in and see how they are doing!! Thank You to Sandy Hall for writing a sweet romantic book that I hope continues just to check in on Jane & Teo! I received this book from the Author in exchange for a honest review.
Date published: 2015-10-20

Read from the Book

Jane searched for a subject change. "I’m average at best. And they’re all like—" The boom of the first firework swallowed up the rest of her sentence. "To be continued," Jane said. Teo smiled, and lay back with his arms under his head. Jane mirrored him. "This would be extremely romantic with the right person," Jane said."And I’m the wrong person?" Teo asked with a devilish grin."What? No! I didn’t mean it like that. I just meant. Well, I didn’t even really mean to say it out loud."Jane closed her eyes and imagined what a different kind of girl would do in this moment, the kind of girl who was confident and didn’t feel the need to consult a fortune telling toy before making any decisions. She let out a deep breath and opened her eyes to find Teo watching her.He grinned sheepishly.Grins like that should be illegal, Jane thought.

Editorial Reviews

"Fun and original, Hall's sophomore novel has an authentic teen voice with plenty of charm. A standout addition to library shelves." -School Library Journal"Funny and charming, all signs point to yes that this sweet story of love-whether in romance, friendship, or family-has something for everyone." -Booklist"Another layered, super-charming romance from the author of A Little Something Different." -Melissa Albert, BNTeen blog"Hall does a great job of creating a budding romance while interjecting bits of comedy throughout the novel." -VOYA"If ever two people should get together, it's Gabe and Lea.The magnetic pull is so strong, in fact, that everyone they come into contact with can feel it, and it is through Gabe and Lea's interactions with others that their stories unfold.A fun, light romance that will appeal to male and female readers alike." -School Library Journal on A Little Something Different"This is a sprightly first offering. the multi-person perspectives make for a clever hook. Romance with a twist." -Booklist on A Little Something Different"A Little Something Different is perfect for YA readers who like cute, romantic contemporaries like those written by Stephanie Perkins, Jennifer E. Smith and Kasie West. I really enjoyed it--I want to hug it!--and am looking forward to reading more from Sandy Hall." -Wondrous Reads"What a cute and sweet read. A Little Something Different is exactly that - a romance story that is different from any I've read before, and one that leaves you with a silly smile on your face. The perfect rainy-day read, that's for sure!" -Xpresso Reads