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Thursday, November 5, 2015

Review: The Pledge by Laura Ward and Christine Manzari

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The Pledge by Laura Ward & Christine Manzari
Release date: July 26, 2015
Publisher: Createspace independent publishing platform
My rating: 4
Buy here: Amazon 




Synopsis:
Taren needs a do-over. She’s decided the best way to put the high school bullies behind her is to pledge a Taylor-Swift-lip-syncing, beer-guzzling, sorority. Sisterhood helps Taren find the acceptance she’s always craved, but not the love she needs. Alec wants freedom. To escape his father’s iron fist and unrealistic expectations, he pledges a campus acrobatics club where he finds that drugs and alcohol aren't the only ways to get high. His addiction to danger helps him gain his independence, but it comes at a heavy price. When the two cross paths, Alec fears his undeniable attraction to the party girl just might threaten everything he's worked so hard to earn. Taren hasn’t forgotten that Alec humiliated her back in high school, but she also can't deny the chemistry they share. Alec and Taren have nothing in common, but fate is bound and determined to bring them together. They know falling in love is a risk, and yet it’s too hard to ignore. When their worlds clash and they both end up suffering, will they fight to stay together? Or are some pledges too hard to keep?


My Thoughts:
I liked this book. It had a great cast of characters and an interesting story line. Taren was bullied in high school and  she just knows college is going to be her new start. She turns her life around and things start to fall into place. Enter Alec, who rejected Taren in HS. These two are the least likely couple to end up together, but somehow they do. These two authors did a great job with the book.