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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Review: First blush by Monica B. Wagner

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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Frosh: First Blush (Frosh #1)
Publisher: The Studio/ Paper Lantern Lit
Release Date: October 20th 2015
Genre: New Adult, Romance

Synopsis:

During welcome week at Hillson University, the FROSH will hit the fan.

Type-A aspiring journalist Ellie plans to take freshman year by storm. But hell-bent on breaking a huge on-campus scandal, she risks becoming one herself—and getting the mysterious, heart-melting QB in serious trouble. 

Grant, star quarterback and charismatic chick-magnet, is hiding a life-altering secret. The last thing he needs is an overeager (absolutely adorable) journalist asking questions. He’s got a reputation to protect.

High-society legacy student Devon is ready to catch the football hottie of her dreams. If the tabloids feature her with the “it” boy on her arm, her tainted past will be buried—or so she thinks.

Charlie, pre-med, is done being the sweet and funny geek that girls like Devon ignore. But if he tries to impress her with a new edgy, spontaneous attitude, will his heart end up in the emergency room?

FROSH intertwines the stories of Ellie, Grant, Devon, and Charlie in Mónica B. Wagner’s sexy NA debut series, about falling in love and falling apart.

My Thoughts:
Usually, I don't like books that are told from two different POV's so when I found out that this book was told in four pov's, I kinda hesitated, but went for it in the end. This book was really good. I thought that with four different people talking that the book would feel rushed. It was really spot on. I loved every character and I really can't wait to read the second book. 
My rating:4

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mónica was born in a Peruvian city by a snow-capped volcano. Growing up, books were her constant companion as she traveled with her family to places like India (where she became a vegetarian), Thailand (where she *almost* met Leonardo di Caprio), France (where she pretended to learn French), and countless other places that inspired her to write. Now, Mónica lives in Chile with her husband, three boys, eleven hens, and stray dog.


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