Friday, March 13, 2015

Simple Beginnings by Janelle Stalder

Simple Beginnings by Janelle Stalder
This is a new adult novel (Rated NC-17)
(Four Smexy Hearts)
*note new rating system
four means love and one to pick up
Book Summary
Ella Page planned to spend her summer before college like most girls her age - shopping, tanning, swimming, repeat. Instead she finds herself helping out on her grandma's farm, where she is forced to work side by side with her ex-best friend, Gage Hunter. Despite her attempt to stay cool around the boy she no longer feels like she knows, the heat in the summer air just won't stop rising. And with it, old feelings she's not so sure were forgotten after all.

* 17+ Mature YA / New Adult. This book contains some strong language and sexual situations. For mature audiences.

My Review 

My review is based on an unfinished copy of the story.
If you love angst tension filled new adult stories, this book is for you. It has it all from the cocky boy next door to the take no prisoners girl.
The story is set the summer after graduating high school. So we have that slight young adult feel with the exploration that comes in a new adult novel including a little smexy time.
What I love about this story is the Ella is not some wishy washy girl. She has standards but she also has a vulnerable heart. She isn’t going to be walked over but she’s also not immune to the charms of our hero.
Gage is just perfect. He’s hard working and knows what he wants. He’s had all the girls he’s ever wanted but doesn’t bulk at settling down with the right one.
This is the kind of story that will make your heart melt and your book boyfriend list grow to add one more. This story is a realistic one and one worth a read.
Overall, this is one to pick up.
My book boyfriend Gage.

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