Date Released:June 25th 2013
Pages: 300 pages
Date Read: June 30, 2013
Source: Ink Slinger Blog Tours.
It's official, I'm an Alessandra Thomas fan. I read her debut novel Picture Perfect in the beginning on the year, and I loved it so so much. I thought it was honest, romantic, fun, and that it touched very important subjects. I had very high expectations for Subject To Change, and it did not disappoint.
First, I have to say that this is a fast paced book, in no time I was finished with it and I was honestly craving for more. Hawk and Joey's relationship was great, they had so much chemistry, and even if Joey was a bit of a snob at times, you couldn't help but like her. Same with Hack, he was rough around the edges and a bit of a jerk at times, but you still liked him!
I feel like I need to explain all of the great aspects of the story, so here I go:
Fast Paced. I already mentioned this, but it really did went fast! I was so surprised at how easily things flowed, and how immersed I was in Joey's world
Hot. It was a sexy novel, with beautiful and at the same time hot sex and make out scenes.
Meaningful. Just like Picture Perfect, this story was very meaningul in may ways, and I loved watching Joey discover herself as well as watch Hack learning to loosen up and letting go.
No stupid drama. There is always always conflict in books. That is part of what makes a story an actual story. Sometimes, when I'm reading a book and I am around 80% in I'm like 'Oh, it's near, I can feel it. The stupid annoying misunderstanding and stupidly stubborn characters are coming." and for a moment I braced myself for something similar with this one, but that moment never came!!!! I mean, of course there was a conflict but Joey handled things so well! and she came around, and Hack came around too! There was no unnecessary or tedious drama, it was simply perfect.
This book was simply everything I could have hoped for. The perfect book for summer and when I finished with the story I could not get the stupid grin out of my face. I was smiling so much through the last chapter that my cheeks hurt! Loved it!
About Alessandra Thomas: She is a New Adult writer who swears she was in her twenties yesterday. Since she's not, she spends her time looking back on her college years fondly, and writing sexy stories about guys and girls falling in love and really living life for the first time. When she's not writing, you can find her with a spoonful of ice cream in one hand and the newest New Adult release in the other.
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