sábado, 20 de fevereiro de 2016
Corinne (The Carmichaels, Book 1) by Charlotte Penn Clark
I was given an ARC in exchange of an honest review.
Corinne Carmichael is fighting for her independence. Her powerful political family insists she abandon her modeling career but she plans to enjoy her last photo shoot in Hawaii before returning to college in the fall. Meeting a hot young French photographer is icing on the cake. But when her life starts to get complicated she finds she relies on her long-distance boyfriend more and more. When tragedy strikes can what started out as a light-hearted summer romance turn into something more serious?
This is Book 1 (the prequel) of a series on the five Carmichael sisters. It is a standalone novel for mature readers
This book fell flat. Though the blurb was nice, the story itself was lacking. Lacking depth, lacking a real connection between the MC, it was awful. It felt forced and false. It´s a real sad thing to say about a book, when the author put so much to write. But, unfortunately, we read a lot of this kind of book until we find a awesome one.