An insolent bird…
A hateful sister…
A best friend with secrets…
Will tear them apart.
Reading the first lines of the blurb, I thought that One Spring Break promises to be a fun read and that was what I wanted.
Reading the last lines of the blurb, I thought that the premises are promising and that they offer good possibilities for the plot.
I’m happy to say that this story deserved my time and made me smile a few times.
I liked how the author built the relationships between the characters, their backgrounds which are possible and even probable. I also liked how subtly the old sentiments are introduced defining and accentuating the intensity of the new ones.
I liked a lot how the author succeeded to lease serious aspects among humorous ones, how the real issues of the modern youths, “their” problems, and politically correct views are delicately but firmly approached. Even better, Sophie Stevens just put them “on the table” serving the right amount of information and letting the readers draw the (right) conclusions themselves.
There is room for twists, unforeseeable and even some physical challenges and the author uses them well. The love story itself follows a sinuous path with obstacles and meanders because love is, after all, a serious matter to deal with.
I liked that, even I could say that I am a “bad boy” (not a bad person!) fan, this time the “Good guy. Boy next door” wins. But to be fair, I could think at one, two moments in which the bad boy vibe manifested.
"One Spring Break" is a sweet, amusing story in which the characters are tantalized - a bit - for our pleasure. I’m sure that are many others who will like it.
Author of contemporary romance, young adult and urban fantasy.
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