by W.J. May
Cute adorable read.
I picture a girl sitting in her bed surrounded by stuffed animals reading this. Maybe even some pig tails and pink fluffy slippers. It takes me back a bit to my more naive and innocent days.
The writing was fairly consistent. There are a few lines that are delivered in a cheesy fashion. As far as characters I was happy. Though honestly, I would have preferred Devon as a villain. In fact I thought early on that he was heading that way. I keep holding out for it to happen any moment. Alas, he fell short for me. I just felt he didn't reach his full potential in the role cast for him. Come on where is the fire? His characteristics seem to fill him out as eye candy with a bit of flash. A bit of a push over when it all comes to the end. He really didn't contribute when she was in need.
The action in this book comes out of nowhere and is rather impressive in its strength. Talk about someone being nothing like what they seemed. I wouldn't trade this girl places for anything. Even the school full of super hot drooling guys.