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9 Days and 9 Nights (99 Days #2)

The irresistible sequel to the bestselling 99 Days.Molly Barlow isnt that girl anymore. A business major at her college in Boston, shes reinvented herself after everything that went down a year ago . . . after all the people she hurt and the family she tore apart.Slowly, life is getting back to normal. Molly has just said I love you to her new boyfriend, Ian, and they are off on a romantic European vacation together, starting with scenic London. But there on a Tube platform, the past catches up to her in the form of Gabe, her ex, traveling on his own parallel vacation with new girlfriend Sadie.After comparing itineraries, Ian ends up extending an invite for Gabe and Sadie to join them on the next leg of their trip, to Ireland. Sadie, whos dying to go there, jumps at the prospect. And Molly and Gabe cant bring themselves to tell the truth about who they once were to each other to their new significant others.Now Molly has to spend nine days and nine nights with the boy she once loved, the boy whose heart she shredded, without Ian knowing. Will she make it through as new, improved Molly, or will everything that happened between her and Gabe come rushing back?...

Title : 9 Days and 9 Nights (99 Days #2)
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ISBN : 9780062674111
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 272 pages
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9 Days and 9 Nights (99 Days #2) Reviews

  • Andrea at Reading Lark

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 6/28/18:

    When readers last saw Molly Barlow she was looking toward a bright future in Boston. College, for many of us, is a chance to reinvent ourselves and start fresh. Many who venture to higher education often leave their childhood friends behind and embark on a journey without their parents hovering on the horizon. It's a time when the world begins to open up wider and adulthood is right around the corner. For Molly, this

  • Lauren R.

    You know those books you finish and you wish you could have a sequel, but you also really don’t want one because you feel like it’ll get ruined? Well when that sequel ends up happening and the original story DOESN’T get ruined, it’s one of the best feelings as a reader. I’m here to confirm that totally happened for me with 9 DAYS AND 9 NIGHTS. Katie Cotugno writes the messiest characters and situations that have me on the edge of my seat, anxious the whole time, and completely enthralled too. I ...more

  • Azrah

    I completely forgot what happened know 99 days, so I had to go read some reviews to refresh my memory. I do remember enjoying it.

    After refreshing my memory I remembered that I was satisfied with the ending of 99 days. Katie Cotugno's thing is to wrote almost incomplete/vague endings that leave the main characters on the edge of new beginnings. I really love that about her books.

    And although I thought this book was a little unnecessary I still liked it. Okay, yes, I sometimes wanted to scream at

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)

    “It occurs to me that maybe this is what friendship is sometimes: saying your piece, then crossing your fingers and hoping for the best.”
    We are finally getting into contemporary season and I couldn’t be happier and what better way to kick it off than a fun summery “roadtrip romance” sequel to 99 Days with Katie Cotugno’s 9 Days and 9 Nights. We follow Molly as she and her new boyfriend are on vacation in Europe and they run into Gabe, who’s also traveling Europe with his new girlfriend. Gabe ...more

  • Dahlia

    I just love everything Katie Cotugno writes. She's so excellent at writing really flawed characters and relationships you root so hard for anyway; even if you can't see them making it, you just love them for trying. I'm so glad to have had more time with Molly and Gabe, and I'm just putting out into the universe that I am extremely here for a Julia book.

  • Kayla

    OKAY SO. For most of the book, it dragged. I’d honestly say 2.5 stars. Then the last like 40 pages are probably a 4.5. Don’t get me wrong, this book had a few good moments throughout too, but overall, it was boring and basically a long, dragged out argument.

    Possible spoilers:

    I was so over the Gabe thing in Europe. Molly was so defensive and twisted everything everyone said to play victim. I read 99 Days a couple years ago so I don’t remember all the details, but I’m pretty sure I liked it a lo

  • Jennifer

    9 Days and 9 Nights is the sequel to 99 days. It is a YA contemporary romance however the main characters are all in college. The narrator is once again Molly.

    Do you need to read 99 Days before reading this book? IMO the answer is yes. You really need to have read the first book before reading this one to fully understand Molly. Yes, technically you could follow this book if you read it as a standalone. But I think that you would miss out on so much. You would not understand what happened to Mol

  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight


    99 Days was a controversial sort of book among the reviews I have read, and while I happened to be one of the people who really liked it, the one thing I struggled with was the ending. I wanted more, and this was exactly what I had hoped for. The rare sequel that steps up its game from its predecessor, 9 Days, 9 Nights fully delivered for me. Let us chat about why!

    Lots of chara