Review: Last Year's Mistake by Gina Ciocca

21825486.jpg (314×475)
efore:
Kelsey and David became best friends the summer before freshman year and were inseparable ever after. Until the night a misunderstanding turned Kelsey into the school joke, and everything around her crumbled—including her friendship with David. So when Kelsey's parents decided to move away, she couldn't wait to start over and leave the past behind. Except, David wasn't ready to let her go...

After:
Now it's senior year and Kelsey has a new group of friends, genuine popularity, and a hot boyfriend. Her life is perfect. That is, until David's family moves to town and he shakes up everything. Soon old feelings bubble to the surface and threaten to destroy Kelsey's second chance at happiness. The more time she spends with David, the more she realizes she never truly let him go. And maybe she never wants to.

Told in alternating sections, LAST YEAR'S MISTAKE is a charming and romantic debut about loving, leaving, and letting go.

Review:
Gina Ciocca has written the perfect love story between two beat friends. It has the perfect combination with the hot angst, fallen looks, heavy drama, and sweet love in Last Year's Mistake. It starts in the present tense between Kelsey and David when they first see each other the first time in Kelsey new high school. Kelsey is very surprise to see David in her new school since she abrupt left her old school when they were a lot of drama between them that she wanted to leave it behind. However, her past is catching up to her when David decides to go to her school for the entire year. David definitely decide to go to her school since he has always wanted to be with her. But there is a big miscommunication between them that it will distract them from being together. It will be a long journey between them but it will bring them closer. There will be some drama between them that it will entertain the reader! Reader will love the hot angst between Kelsey and David that it keep the reader attention. It is a great teen romance story between two best friends that makes your heart warm. Four Stars!



Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Review: After the Game by Abbi Glines

Review: New York, Actually by Sarah Morgan

Top Series To Catch Up On, Part 1