Hot Dog Girl

Hot Dog Girl

Elouise (Lou) Parker is determined to have the absolute best, most impossibly epic summer of her life. There are just a few things standing in her way: * She's landed a job at Magic Castle Playland . . . as a giant dancing hot dog. * Her crush, the dreamy Diving Pirate Nick, already has a girlfriend, who is literally the Princess of the park. But Lou's never liked anyone,...

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Title:Hot Dog Girl
Author:Jennifer Dugan
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Hot Dog Girl Reviews

  • Vicky Who Reads

    I CALLED IT FROM THE BEGINNING JUST LETTING YOU KNOW

    also I got a bit teary in the climax brb

  • Trina (Between Chapters)

    F/F FAKE DATING! Great summer vibes!

    I was a little irritated with Eloise constantly drooling over a guy who already had a girlfriend, but that was really just the catalyst for the main events in this book. The friendship, fake dating, moral struggles, and amusement park setting were all things I really loved.

    This does include f/f fake dating to catch the interest of a straight guy, but I really liked that it's addressed as soon as it's brought up. The idea of Nick only being into her because of

    F/F FAKE DATING! Great summer vibes!

    I was a little irritated with Eloise constantly drooling over a guy who already had a girlfriend, but that was really just the catalyst for the main events in this book. The friendship, fake dating, moral struggles, and amusement park setting were all things I really loved.

    This does include f/f fake dating to catch the interest of a straight guy, but I really liked that it's addressed as soon as it's brought up. The idea of Nick only being into her because of seeing her with another girl is shot down pretty quickly.

    The only thing I didn't like was there was a brief mention toward the end about how losing weight was the only way a character felt good about themselves and was perceived as hot.

    5 stars. This was one of my favorite audiobooks of this year. Brittany Pressley narrates with emotion and personality. She knows the proper timing to deliver humor, anger, sadness. And there are a few texting scenes that had added sound effects. I wish every audiobook would do that to portray texting exchanges!

    tw: cheating, death of a grandparent

  • Lola

    3.5 stars. This looks like a really fun and fluffy YA summer romance, but believe me when I tell you that it’s more of a soap opera… at an amusement park.

    Don’t get me wrong, I thought it was entertaining and I would definitely recommend it to those who enjoy dramatic characters and scenarios as well as reading about different relationships blossoming and dying.

    Just be aware that it’s not exactly a ha-ha book. The heroine is engaging and sarcastic and super straight-forward so I was bound to enj

    3.5 stars. This looks like a really fun and fluffy YA summer romance, but believe me when I tell you that it’s more of a soap opera… at an amusement park.

    Don’t get me wrong, I thought it was entertaining and I would definitely recommend it to those who enjoy dramatic characters and scenarios as well as reading about different relationships blossoming and dying.

    Just be aware that it’s not exactly a ha-ha book. The heroine is engaging and sarcastic and super straight-forward so I was bound to enjoy her thoughts and super awkward moments, but I can one hundred percent see why she would drive other readers crazy.

    The storyline revolves around the fact that the Magic Castle Playland is closing at the end of the summer, so the heroine has taken upon herself the responsibility of saving the park and is trying to recruit others to her mission.

    But really it’s a character-driven story. Lou has a crush on Nick who has a princess for a girlfriend who may or may not have a secret that Lou may or may not try to figure out while being told by her best friend she should stay out of it but is there something more going on with Seeley herself?

    There is a lot going on, which makes this a fast-paced and entertaining story. Of course, Lou’s straight-forwardness causes conflict and will irk many, but I personally found this to be a worthwhile read and I’m glad to see one more LGBTQIA+ book on the shelves hihi :)

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  • Kylie Amber

    This book was a very sweet read.

    Def had its problematic points though.

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    I love love loved the setting of this book, but the plot/characters really needed work. I felt like this book played into the stereotype that bisexual women only date girls to get the attention of guys and I was just.. not about it. Plus on top of that, this was my second book of the month that revolved really heavily around cheating and I'm pretty over it tbh. BLAH.

    If you want to hear Kassie and I talk more in detail about this, the Sassy Book Club live-show will be tonight (Fri 5/24) on my cha

    I love love loved the setting of this book, but the plot/characters really needed work. I felt like this book played into the stereotype that bisexual women only date girls to get the attention of guys and I was just.. not about it. Plus on top of that, this was my second book of the month that revolved really heavily around cheating and I'm pretty over it tbh. BLAH.

    If you want to hear Kassie and I talk more in detail about this, the Sassy Book Club live-show will be tonight (Fri 5/24) on my channel at 7pm PST.

  • Hollis

    Crap crap crap crap. <-- what was running through my head the further into this I got as I realized this book was

    working for me

    what I thought it would be

    I wanted to love this. From the moment I saw the title and the cover, I wanted to love this so much. It seemed quirky and fun and cute and I wanted it in my face so I could make heart-eyes at it forever. But.

    Other than having a bisexual main character, there was.. like.. nothing else I liked? I loathed the myriad of stupid scheming L

    Crap crap crap crap. <-- what was running through my head the further into this I got as I realized this book was

    working for me

    what I thought it would be

    I wanted to love this. From the moment I saw the title and the cover, I wanted to love this so much. It seemed quirky and fun and cute and I wanted it in my face so I could make heart-eyes at it forever. But.

    Other than having a bisexual main character, there was.. like.. nothing else I liked? I loathed the myriad of stupid scheming Lou concocted, all of which she roped in or forced her BFF to carry out, I hated the underhanded and really icky ulterior motives in the whole romantic plot that drove the majority of the story, and overall I just found pretty much all the people in the friend group really unlikeable. Or at least not people I could root for. Only the oblivious crush and Lou's best friend came out ontop, really. And by that I mean they were characters I could care about if not for their association with other, multiple, nonsense people. And had I been them, I would've washed my hands of all of it and everyone. Brutal.

    Dugan's debut has some good representation and what should have been a fun setting.. but unfortunately I was left feeling pretty letdown by everything that, well, went down.

    ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher (thank you!) in exchange for an honest review. **

  • Fadwa (Word Wonders)

    No one talk to me. No one touch me. I'm frustrated and disappointed.

    WHY DO MY ANTICIPATED READS KEEP LETTING ME DOWN LIKE THIS?

    This one has to be the worst tho. There are exactly two things i liked about Hot Dog Girl:

    1/ Lou's dad

    2/ the last couple chapters when everything FINALLY fell into place.

    The rest? Nope. Eloise was infuriating, she kept using her best friend not even looking back enough to consider her feelings, she wanted to break up a couple just because she want

    No one talk to me. No one touch me. I'm frustrated and disappointed.

    WHY DO MY ANTICIPATED READS KEEP LETTING ME DOWN LIKE THIS?

    This one has to be the worst tho. There are exactly two things i liked about Hot Dog Girl:

    1/ Lou's dad

    2/ the last couple chapters when everything FINALLY fell into place.

    The rest? Nope. Eloise was infuriating, she kept using her best friend not even looking back enough to consider her feelings, she wanted to break up a couple just because she wanted the guy and "and they don't look that in love anyway" "if i succeed then they weren't a good match anyway" and she kept going for it even when she wasn't that interest in the guy as a romantic prospect anymore??? I'm. UGH. JUST UGH.

    I'm gonna go to sleep.

  • Ness (Vynexa)

    What we were sold in the synopsis is not what we were given in this novel. By the summary, I thought that this was going to be a story about a girl who was finding herself. But that’s not what it turned

    What we were sold in the synopsis is not what we were given in this novel. By the summary, I thought that this was going to be a story about a girl who was finding herself. But that’s not what it turned out to be.

    Elouise is a young bi girl who has trauma from her childhood that has never been dealt with, so in turn she treats the people in her life terribly and never takes no for an answer.

    She wants things to always go her way instead of accepting things as they are when they have nothing to do with her.

    Elouise makes a decision to get the attention of a boy who is in a committed relationship and drags her best friend with her. Seeley deserves better in life, honestly.

    If you are a fan of Becky Albertalli’s novels, a fan of bad bisexual representation and like little to no diversity, Hot Dog Girl is the book for you. 🙂

    ⭐️

    ⭐️

  • Dahlia

    Reading this just made me so happy for everyone who's been dying for more excellent f/f YA romcoms. THIS WAS SO CUTE AND I ADORED IT.

  • Chaima ✨ شيماء

    I just won my first ever giveaway for a signed ARC of this book and I would just like to thank the universe for finally giving me a break and letting me have nice things!!

    I don’t even have to personally have read this book, I just already know that factually I will relate to anyone standing alone in a crowd wearing a hot dog suit and looking like they wish they could free themselves from the shackles of their flesh prisons and transcend the physical world by astral projection

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