Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Taming the Rebel

Taming the Rebel (Endless Summer) 

Book Review:

Rebel loves her dad more than anything. When he breaks up with his boyfriend, she holds a grudge against Justice (her dad's ex-boyfriend's son). He sends her off to camp for the summer where she comes face to face with Justice. She is happy to take action, and engage in a little juvenile revenge.

Justice is having a hard time coming to terms with his families change in outlook. He isn't ready to tell the world his Dad is gay. He needs clarity, and to come to terms with his situation before he loses everything.

This is a sweet teen romance read about accepting what you can't control. It has some pranks, hot kisses, and forgiveness.

I really liked Justice's character he is complex. He is an athletic type but has the usual teen hang ups. He comes across as confident, but actually, he is just trying to find his way.

I wasn't too sure about Rebel when I started reading this book. She has a negative outlook and is afraid to live life. Her dad means everything to her, and she was willing to give up everything to make him happy. Luckily he sent her to camp where she manages to start working through her issues. She grew on me by the end of the book, but I didn't love her.

I would recommend this book for the prankster's lovers. It's an easy bedtime read.

3 stars out of 5. *I received an ARC in exchange for a fair review* 

ebook £3.74. 198 pages.
Expected publication: August 14th, 2017 by Entangled Publishing, LLC (Crush)

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