Wednesday, March 11, 2015

ARC Review: Uncross The Stars

23932630Uncross The Stars by Janell Rhiannon 

Publisher: Createspace Publishing, 2014
165 pages, kindle edition
Source: Received from Author
Release Date: December 15th 2014
Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary
Links: Goodreads | Amazon US | Amazon AU | Amazon UK

Synopsis (from Goodreads):
Fiona Lavender is the new girl at school. She has a chip on her shoulder and a penchant for poetry. Dario Martinez is the star quarterback, and the most unattainable guy on campus. Their stars cross when they are paired to study Romeo and Juliet for a senior English project. Their attraction is fragile and undeniable. But, Dario is afraid of what love will do; and Fiona is waiting for love to claim her.

Will they uncross the stars and find the love they both need to heal their pasts?

My Review:
This book is a story about Fiona and Dario 2 kids who have more than they ever have imagined. Dario seems to have it all in high school, star on the football field as the leading quarterback which every guy want to be friends with and who every girls wants to date. But mean while Fiona has recently come back to town and just wants to make it through her last year of high school. Dario sees something in Fiona and finds her different than all the rest of the other girls and despite everything falls for her and in love for the first time. Both Fiona and Dario have pasts that neither want everyone or anyone to know about and for reason of their own only confined in each other. But however jealously rears its BIG ugly head in there and someone is out to hurt and put everything in jeopardy for Dario’s future and his relationship with Fiona.

I personally enjoyed this quick easy read, I like the slow build up relationship between Dario and Fiona. I liked how they were 2 halves of one soul that found each other and are there to help each other through all their hard times. But I also liked their back stories from both their lives, which I was so surprised when they were revealed in the book. it made the characters more complex and I totally understand why they were the way they were, but explaining the emotional toll they both were experiencing inside. These are 2 people who I felt were meant to find one another but not only to help each other but also themselves.

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