Saturday, March 19, 2016



Fake It (The Keswick Chronicles #1)

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As everybody knows by now, my favorite genre is YA Paranormal, but from time to time, you can find me jumping out of my comfort zone and trying other genres.

I usually have the right words when reviewing each individual book, whether it be good or bad....But I just can't bring out the words I want to express. This is a different read compared to all the other books I have read so far this year. I was captivated from the first chapter and I loved how the author started the story off. It was intriguing and beautifully well written.

What can I say....He is shy, quiet, keeps to himself, and his loyal to the friends he has. He is constantly picked on for being gay, but he has this incredible way of making music with his guitar. I found that I was drawn to this character right away. I could feel how he felt just flowing off the pages as I read his story. He is a phenomenal character and I loved him.

Well, JJ is the popular, rich, parties, sleeps with every girl, and the all around bad boy. At first, I was made to hate this character, but as I kept reading on in the story, I found that he has some deep, dark secrets that I didn't see coming. He is also a great musician and I loved the relationship between Jack and JJ in the end. They really made an awesome couple.

To tie up my review, this story was by far my favorite M/M and the best LBGT story of 2016 that I have read as of yet. This book gets my five book approval and more. I give this author a standing ovation for hitting on such a difficult topic for teens and young adults.

1 comment:

  1. I've recently become addicted to M/M stories. I'll have to check this out! great review!