I am one of those people who fails to be impressed by anything that should be easy but becomes too difficult. Having a ebook that begins by giving you two chapters, and then sticking another book in the middle is a bad. To clarify: the second chapter gives you a link to the end of the ebook where Zach, the book, picks back up. I am lazy as hell in my daily life and traditional as all get out in book formatting; clicking that one extra button dropped this review a full star.
Zach is a meathead jock. Those are Michelle’s words not my own, but she can say that because she shares a dorm wall with the player and he has more girls passing through his door than Victoria’s Secret on Black Friday. When Zach needs a tutor he uses her crush on straight-laced intellectual Levi as leverage to get Michelle to help him. That description of Levi is Michelle’s not mine.
I wasn’t really that impressed with this novel beyond the commercial break in between the second and third chapters. The lack of depth in the characters, repetition of descriptions and motivations, and the crappy transitions pile up into a hot mess. I urge caution in picking this book up.
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Meet Jane S. White:
Jane has had a special fascination for the paranormal ever since she’s a young girl. She is a strong believer in the world of the unseen and love to spend her time exploring the spiritual side of things. She enjoys yoga, meditation, and tarot card reading during her spare time. Being the hopeless romance enthusiast that she is, Jane is excited to share with the reader the amazing stories in contemporary and paranormal settings. She currently lives with her pet chicken Tweety in Wisconsin.