Falling Fast by Sophie McKenzie

How did I get the book? I bought it.click me

Genre: Contemporary

First Impression: Cute

Synopsis: When River auditions for a part in an interschool performance of Romeo and Juliet, she finds herself smitten by Flynn, the boy playing Romeo. But Flynn comes from a damaged family—is he even capable of giving River what she wants? The path of true love never did run smooth.
This is real life, not a rehearsal…

200 words (or less) review: This is the first book I’ve read by Sophie McKenzie and I wish I had started with Girl, Missing instead. The book is well written, short and a nice way to spend a few hours on a Sunday but that’s about all.

Flynn’s character is hard to like at times but with the progression of the story you get to understand the reasons more and I was willing to forgive some of his quirks. I still struggled with River’s crush for him and her understanding nature. Then again maybe that’s just me – I cheered when she finally stood up to Flynn.

My friends have been raving about Sophie McKenzie and I will definitely be reading Girl, & Sister, Missing some time in the future.

You can download “Acting Friends” (prequel to Falling Fast) for free here.

Recommend it?

Not sure.

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