Thursday, October 24, 2013
Review: Friends vs. Family
Friends vs. Family by C.L. Stone
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
I am in love with this series. It's not really paranormal and it's totally filled with a naive girl (which is usually the type of thing that bothers me) but I just keep eating these books up! Something about the combination of the YA-stomach-fluttery-goodness and yummy yummy guys (does this make me a pervert?) just makes these books so good!
This book picks up with Sang and the boys right after the last book. Sang is still a naive and very shy little girl (though she's growing) and the boys are still as dreamy and concerned for her as before. After getting caught for something that was actually not as bad as what she's been doing most of the time, her mother almost kills her during punishment. This, of course, leads the boys to threaten to run away with her and otherwise protect the crap out of her in their own way. Sang, being the loyal and protective daughter that she's always been, tries to find a happy medium.
I was a little concerned that the length of this book when compared to the others would be a deterrent. It totally wasn't. This book was filled with a lot of high school girl fantasies (mall shopping spree, guys giving her a makeover, sleepovers, etc etc) that I could've read 300 more pages of this book. Even with all the information and snuggle time we got, I am still dying for more. I can't wait to read the next one! Give me more!
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