Saturday, September 21, 2013

From the shelf: Free Falling

Title: Free Falling
Author: Kirsty Moseley
Genre: YA, Romance, Chick-Lit
Date read: September 14, 2013
Dawn Rates:  (3/5)

Summary (cr: goodreads)

They say that your school years are supposed to be the best years of your life, and that you should make the most of them because you’ll miss them when you’re all grown up. Up until Maisie Preston’s senior year, she would have totally agreed with that statement. Life was great, she had everything going for her, excellent grades, great parents, an annoying yet caring twin brother, and an impossibly sweet boyfriend.

Everything was perfect - that is until the arrival of Zach Anderson. A misfit delinquent that seemed to bring with him a lot of bad karma. Is it just a coincidence that his arrival marks a significant change in Maisie’s life? Up until senior year, life was perfect, but things seem to be going downhill fast.

This is a companion novel for ‘Always You’ — though this novel stands alone so there is no need to read Always You first.

My Review: (also in goodreads)

This book kind of redeemed my faith in Kirsty Moseley's writing expertise. Its nowhere as good as The Boy Who Sneaks In My Bedroom Window but at least it isn't as bad as Always You. Imagine my surprise seeing those characters in this book and a new generation of characters. This story is about a mistake and a love gone bad. Though I felt sorry for Luke, I was more into Zach's character.

Till the next read...

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