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135,789. That’s how many subscribers sixteen-year-old West Ryder has on his web vlog series. But he only has eyes for one of them.

As one of the internet’s most prestigious video bloggers, West talks about high school relationships under the name “Sam Green.” As far as he knows, no one from school, not even his best friend, Cat, has seen his videos. But the highlight of the whole thing is Harper Knight, who comments every day at exactly 2:02 in the afternoon. He doesn’t know anything about her aside from the occasional deep philosophical messaging on why pizza tastes so delicious, but as stupid as it sounds, he might be falling for her. So when they finally agree to meet in real life, West’s hope for romance seems more and more in reach. But that all changes as soon as he arrives at their meeting spot and sees Cat walking toward him, wearing the same “I <3 Sam Green” T-shirt Harper promised she'd have on.

To his alarm, West realizes he is falling in love with the best friend who has always been a sister to him.


"I laughed, got a little weepy, and had an amazing time with every page. CLICK and I just clicked!" - Katy Evans, NYT and USA Today bestselling author of REAL

About the Author

L.M. Augustine is a YA romance author who is obsessed with writing about dorky teenagers, love, and happy endings. He currently lives in New England, where he spends far too much time reading books and screaming at his computer, and he believes that the solution to the world’s problems can be found in chocolate cake. Click To Subscribe is his first novel, but it won’t be his last.

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First off, I would like to thank L.M. for giving me an ARC of his fabulous debut novel.

This is a sweet, funny, refreshing, and awkwardly cute story of two best friends falling in love. I think L.M. hit the nail on the head with his characters in this book. I love how West is not the typical teenage boy "player" that I've seen so often in books. He is kind, funny, and has a good heart, despite the tragedies in his life. We get to see the side of West that makes him vulnerable and unsure. We get to feel and experience the angst that accompanies the discovery that you are falling in love as a teenager for the first time.

I really loved Cat and at times felt bad for her that West could not see just how in love with him she was. But then teenage boys are like that sometimes, clueless. And that's what makes this book so great, it's real!

I totally adore this book and the author. Buy it, you will not be disappointed.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0b1cd2c) out of 5 stars LOVED IT!!! May 8 2013
By Maria's Book Blog - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This book gave me warm fuzzy feelings all over! It has all the qualities I look for in a good story...humor, drama, romance. I was pretty much hooked from the very first page! The character development was excellent, the author did a perfect job of giving you plenty of background information on our two main characters and made them easily relateable. The story flows perfectly without a dull moment to be seen. I really enjoyed L.M.'s writing style.

The story: When West Ryder loses his mother in a car accident he blames her death on his father. If he hadn't been driving drunk and ran a red light then that truck never would have run into their car killing his mother on the spot. His relationship with his father is instantly damaged beyond repair. They barely exist to each other and constantly argue and belittle each other. Unable and unsure how to cope with the loss of his mother and rising tensions with his father, West creates a video blog and spills his inner most thoughts to a bunch of strangers...135,789 strangers to be exact. Nobody around him knows about his blog, or so he thinks. The vlog gives him something to invest his time and energy into, and along with the help of his best friend Cat Davenport he's able to manage his emotions. And then the pizza lovin Harper Knight comes along. Everyday at the same time (2:02pm) she leaves him a message. They instantly connect and after months of conversation they finally agree to meet. Much to West's surprise, Harper is actually his best friend Cat. While his feelings for Cat are changing he's still not willing to give up his best friend. She's the only one he can rely on who's always been there for him. He's too afraid to love her for fear of losing her just like he lost his mother.

Even though the main characters were highschool students they seemed much older and wiser than your average teenagers. I loved the witty banter between West and Cat, and the way their friendship is so effortless, they just get each other. Cat is just plain awesome. My favorite line has to be, "We can be friends for now. But West Ryder, if you think this means I won't fight for you with every last breath I have, you're in for a hell of a surprise." That kind of sealed the deal on her awesomeness. I love that once her secret was out in the open she was fearless about acting on her feelings. West, however needed to be smacked a couple times for over thinking the situation. I totally get the reasoning behind his actions and concerns, and I seriously wanted to cry on his behalf more than once. His relationship with his father was just so heart breaking. They're both hurting but neither wants to or can comfort the other. I was definitely rooting for them to reconnect. All in all this story was just perfect, I loved it! It actually kind of reminded me of Some Kind of Wonderful, and made me feel the way only an 80's movie can. Awesome.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0b1cd80) out of 5 stars 4.5 stars! Sweet and hilarious May 8 2013
By Melanie - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Thank you L. M. Augustine for sending me this beautiful book. No compensation was given or taken to alter this review.

Going into Click to Subscribe, I already had this gut feeling that I was going love this book. Naturally, I was right. After a long anticipated wait, I dug right in, ditching all other books upon receiving the ARC.

L. M. introduces readers into a completely new take on best friend romance to a more realistic and emotionally driven level. Click To Subscribe promises a clean YA romance that will either keep you crying or laughing throughout. Heck, I was laughing and crying at the same time so darn much my mother swore she was going to take me to see a doctor at that rate.

'Vlogging is something I can't not do, and I never feel more at peace than when I'm talking in front of the camera, filming my next vlog. Some nights I stay up thinking about what to vlog about next, while on other nights, I lie awake smiling at the fact that I have, like, real subscribers- the one constant in my life nowadays.'

Dystopian, sci-fi, thriller, this, that, blah, blah. What's the common trait? The characters are so freakin serious. In that genre, yes, I love it. But in contemporary, I say that borders somewhat illegal to do. Who would want monotone, dead seriously people who just whet round killing people, all perfect and URGH. Contemporary is meant to be much more realistic and relatable. Unlike other YA romances, the characters L. M. created were flawless and genuine. Both Cat and West were how I envisioned teen characters to act- compete nerds that I could easily become emotionally attached to.

The way the author illustrated West was extraordinary, two words off the top of my head are sarcastic and messed up. West was not just likeable because he was 'genuine' but because has many things in common to most of us readers. Most of us act like young adults, we are all weird book nerds and some, are bloggers or vloggers. Maybe that was what attracted me in the first place- that I knew that West was going to be so relatable and easy to comprehend in that matter. While the amount L. M. contained did sort of satisfy, I wanted to know more about West's vlogging life. A the end of the book, a part of me felt empty and nagging to know more about his vlog. We barely touch on the subject apart from how that's were the romance erupted and where he attempted some emotional break down confessions. Nonetheless, West was a loveable character that was cute, nerdy, confident and admirable in multiple ways. Just running around in Toys R Us is just one example to show how he can so carefree.

'Neither of them seems to understand just how intimate my relationship with ice cream is.'

Without doubt, the thing that made this book go with sparkling stars was the romance. I LOVED IT SO MUCH! It wasn't as predictable as I had originally believed. Nothing even close to cheesy or cliche or even frustrating. Awkward and darn right hilarious are better words to explain this masterpiece. The way Cat and West developed together was so cute and awkward to read, I constantly felt myself looking away from an awkward scene- too embarrassed to read on. Which I guess definitely says that L. M. can absolutely drag readers into a same yet original world. Just simply divine.

Another small sad issue was that the story was driven more by dialogue. It wasn't as irritating of noticeable than other books but after some time thinking about this, I felt that it leaned towards more of a script than a novel. While actions and emotions WERE THERE, I wanted it to contain more depth and 'more showing than telling'.

I feel like I should talk about the emotions L. M. hit me with. There were only two major expressions on my face, like I said before; happy and sad. Basic yet twisted and gave me a hard time to recover after the ending of this book. I laughed at the childish actions of West and Cat, and cried for the heart breaks in between. If anyone is searching for something to take them on a ride of emotions, Click to Subscribe is suited perfectly for them.

Awkwardly epic, L. M. Augustine wrote one of the best contemporary romances I've ever come across. If could definitely be better than some of the published ones too. I will plan to arrange an uprising for a sequel *eyes Liam* because West and Cat are a great couple. Recommend to loves of cute teen romances and people who are dying for more of Katie McGarry's novels. Because this, Click To Subscribe will cure the thirst.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0b1d1b8) out of 5 stars Click To Subscribe is the stuff YA novels are made of May 8 2013
By My Book Muse - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
West Ryder is popular...

...but not in the literal sense. He is a vlogger that has over 135k+ subscribers and one of them happens to catch his interest. Her name is Harper and between their philosophical conversations about pizza, West starts falling in love.

But like most teens, falling in the love the first time is not without a hitch or two.

And the hitch is that Harper is not real. In fact, the girl West has been falling in love with, is none other than his best friend Cat.

West is then tied up in dealing with a less than stellar home life, his feelings for Cat, and the inevitable threat that he might lose her for good.

There were SO many things about Click To Subscribe that I loved. One of them being that it was TRUE Young Adult. I have been having a hard time reading YA novels lately and not being completely turned off because

1. It's cheesy


2. It's New Adult masking as YA.

Nothing feels weirder than reading a YA book about two 16 year olds getting it on. I mean let's be realistic, that is NORMAL, but there is more to youth than gratuitous sexy times.

I LOVED seeing the genuine feelings between Cat and West that weren't centered around just attraction. Their banter was hilarious, their situation was understandable, and as mad as I was mad at West for how he handled things I still understood him.

"When your best friend tells you that she loves you, you can do one of three things: You can tell her you love her too and then make out passionately. You can run away. Or you can just stare at her for what feels like a century without speaking a word like a senseless idiot and only create more awkwardness for everyone. Guess what reaction was mine?"

He was imperfect and sometimes so silly, but there is more to West then just his charismatic front. In fact, there is a part of him that is in pain that not even love, friendship or 135,789 subscribers could fix for him.

And Cat, well I loved her from the get-go. She is silly, and funny, and relentless. Cat is a woman that knows what she wants, and West Ryder is it.

Cat reminded me of myself considering her tactics were similar to how I snagged my high school sweetheart ;)

And what I loved about Click To Subscribe the most was that it was filled with so much heart. There were many moments I giggled, many moments that I swooned, and some moments that had me in tears. You see, this book is so much more than a romance. No, it is about love in all its forms; familial, friendship, romantic, unconditional etc.

The only thing I wanted was a more in-depth epilogue concerning West and his dad. I was left a little sad by the state of things towards the end of the book and would have liked to see those ends tied up a little differently. But if we are being realistic than I understand why they weren't. I'm just a closet optimist :)

Click To Subscribe is the stuff YA novels are made of. Slightly awkward teens, friendship, angst, and of course first love.
I could go more in depth on why Click To Subscribe is just plain awesome, but take my word for it and read the book.

4 stars*
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0b1d578) out of 5 stars Why I didn't finish this book... July 2 2014
By Sheri @ Tangled Up In Books - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Originally posted on my blog: Tangled Up in Books

It is...*checks*...43% and I feel it's time to go ahead and call defeat on this one. Which is disappointing because I really wanted to like this book. The summary sounded cute and promising. Especially since after books, watching vlogs on YouTube is one of my other addictions. My teenager and I have a sort of mother/son bonding time I guess you could call it nearly every day over them so I was pretty excited by this whole concept. Sadly though, the execution fell flat for me.

I had one major issue with this book. West Ryder. Okay, I want to stress that if any of this comes off mean it was the furthest thing from my intentions. I'm just calling it like I, personally, see it. my honest opinion, as the mother of a 17 year old boy, who has plenty of 16, 17, 18 year old male friends (so obviously I've been in the war zone plenty), West Ryder comes off as being written by someone who's never been around a teenage boy. Ever. Harsh probably, but that's the vibe I feel from him. His mannerisms, his dialogue (both verbal and internal) sound more like an angst filled teenage girl. I mean honestly if it never came out and said that we were in West's POV for this book and just had to guess...I'd have said the POV was female. And it wasn't just me. I gave my Kindle to my kiddo to read over some of the first few chapters without knowing why and his reaction was basically "it's just weird...." With some confused looks mixed in.

I toss my hair. "Bitch, I'm fabulous."

Something he said a lot. How fabulous and amazing he is. Yes, I get that it was all in a joking way because West was far from confident. But it was all the time and just got to be too much, when you hear the same joke over and over again it becomes less funny...especially when to begin with, it wasn't even that funny.

At one point early on, when meeting "Harper" for the first time in person, West is going through typical nerves as he goes through possible scenarios in his head about her possible reactions to him, how they'll greet each other, what he should say etc and one of the first things he thinks about when telling her how he feels about her is about loving, marrying and having kids with her. HE'S A FREAKING SIXTEEN/SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD BOY!! I'm so not joking...

I'm sorry but the LAST thing to pop into a boys mind at that age are marriage and babies. Come on...

I think I'm just going to leave off here. I've not set out to trash anything and I feel like if I keep going I'll just start sounding worse and who knows maybe it got better? I just had an extremely difficult time getting past the MC and taking him seriously because he just didn't feel believable to me. I'd like to give this author another go in the future in hopes that Click to Subscribe and myself just didn't have the right chemistry. I'm hopeful. The concept of this book was great, like I said it was all in the execution.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0b1d524) out of 5 stars Great read May 8 2013
By Fiona Wilson - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I was lucky enough to receive an eARC for this book, and agreed to hold off my review until release day.

From the initial blurb I read for this book I was excited to read it, and I wasn't disappointed.

West Ryder is a typical 16 year old boy apart from one thing, he runs a web vlog (video blog) which is hugely successful. This vlog details his daily life, it helps him to get his feelings out following the death of his mum.

When his mum died, as well as having his vlog to help, his best friend Cat also helped him get through. They have been friends since they were children, have grown up together, and tell each other everything. Or do they? Cat doesn't know anything about West's vlog, at least that is what we are led to believe.

One of the subscribers has become quite special to West, or Sam Green as he goes by for the Internet. She goes by the name of Harper Knight and she comes online and comments every single day at exactly the same time. Over the months West has fallen for Harper, and apparently she has fallen for him, as she asks to meet him.

After a false start West and Harper agree to meet. As he waits for her to arrive his nerves start getting the better of him, but nothing can prepare him for the girl who walks through the door wearing a tshirt saying "I <3 Sam Green".

It's Cat, his best friend, his confidante, his rock! She admits she has fallen for him, and she made up Harper to try and get closer to him. But West has fallen in love with Harper, not Cat!

Can West see beyond the friendship they have built up and work towards something more, or are these 2 destined to be just friends? Can he put aside his male pride, hurt by Cat's deception, and see something more in her?

The story is a classic one, friends falling in love or, at least, one friend falling for the other. Unfortunately for Cat, West seems unable to see through her deception and forget about the fictional Harper, even though she is Harper! I almost shouted at the screen as I read this book, wanting West to just see sense, see what was right in front of his face, give Cat a chance!

The struggle West goes through trying to sort out his feelings, from what is real and what isn't, makes for good reading. I honestly felt for this character as he tried to understand what was going on in his head, and in his heart.

The author has written an amazing debut novel and I cannot wait to see what he comes up with next. He has come up with a story which is up to date, interesting, and gets the reader involved in it from the very beginning.