Previously reviewed: Flirty Dancing
Synopsis: Betty Plum has never been in love. She’s never even kissed a boy. But when H.O.T. Toby starts school it’s like Betty has been hit with a thousand of Cupid’s arrows. It’s like a bomb has exploded – a love bomb!
More than ever Betty wishes her mum hadn’t died when Betty was a baby. She really needs her mum here to ask her advice. And that’s when she finds hidden letters for just these moments. Letters about what your first kiss should feel like and what real love is all about …
Is Betty ready to fall in love? Will she finally have her first kiss?
200words (or less) review: So Betty and I have a few things in common, which is why I’m going to admit now that I think I’ll probably be one of few people that shed a tear over Love Bomb. It’s the letters, or rather the last letter Betty reads. Moving on…
Betty is definitely a character and on the whole I really did adore her. She made me smile, occasionally chuckle out loud but sometimes she felt quite a bit younger than her friends.
Just like Jenny McLachlan previous book this is the kind of story you pick up when you want fun with a capital F U & N! Yes I got a bit emotional but that’s partly me and also because without some balance you wouldn’t enjoy the story nearly as much.
Love Bomb is entertaining and endearing, very much looking forward to the next one in the series.