Uncross the Stars (Review & Giveaway!)
Title: Uncross the Stars
Published Date: 18th December 2014
Lavender is the new girl at school. She has a chip on her shoulder and a
penchant for poetry. Dario Martinez is the star quarterback, and the most
unattainable guy on campus. Their stars cross when they are paired to study
Romeo and Juliet for a senior English project. Their attraction is fragile and
undeniable. But, Dario is afraid of what love will do; and Fiona is waiting for
love to claim her. Will they uncross the stars and find the love they both need
to heal their pasts?
so excited to read this novel! I loved the cover the first time I saw it, and
won an ecopy. I read that and then was sent a paperback copy from the author as
well. Which makes me very happy to have it on my shelf! I liked this so much it
was easy to read in one sitting.
Rhiannon… I love that name ^.^
and kind of typical. It mostly revolved around the slow growing romance and at
a certain point I wondered what more could happen in the story. But at exactly halfway
things picked up and took a turn in a completely different direction! It
quickly became much more than a romance, and I feel more and more in love the
She acted a bit immature for a teenager and seemed to be unnecessarily mean to
her mother. But that quickly turned around when we found out the reason for
this which didn’t quite excuse it but meant that we could understand.
such a sweet couple, Dario and Fiona. There was also the Romeo and Juliet theme
in the story which was a huge plus for me as well, because I have discussed
that on this blog as well. The mention of poetry too? Definitely earning this
book some bonus points.
issues. I felt like they were all pretty clear and well brought across in the
character Ryan. HATED him, but that was allowed because we were supposed to!
Some of the things he did and caused me to feel so frustrated! But then again,
in a good way because that was exactly how I was supposed to feel. I have never
felt such frustrated feels about things going wrong involving a book until now…
bugged me about her was how naïve she was. I couldn’t avoid feeling frustrated
because she was being used in the most blatantly obvious way and she couldn’t
see beyond the blind love she had for Ryan. I wanted to shake her or let her
open her eyes – when someone says not ask questions you should easily know
something fishy is going on!
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