An Order of Amelie, Hold the Fries Nina Schindler, translated from the German by Rob Barrett
You gotta love a book that references Leonard Cohen on the second page. With a big ol' picture of him, too.
Tim's a student who sees the woman of his dreams. He doesn't know her, but her address falls out of her bag, so he takes a risk and emails her. Only... it wasn't her email address. Amelie is NOT the girl of Tim's dreams, but her reply charms him, so he writes back and writes back, until she caves. It's a very sweet relationship the develops as Amelia tries to figure out what to do about her new feelings for Tim and some negative feelings with her very serious long-distance boyfriend.
Format wise, this one's much closer to Middle School is Worse than Meatloaf as we get a much better visual on the notes, flowers that are also sent, phones used in text messages (you actually tell the who's texting who because their phones are different.)
Interestingly, even though this is a German book, it takes place in Canada.
It's a short, sweet read that's a great use of the stuff format.
Book Provided by... my wallet
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