Saturday, February 28, 2015

Book Review: The New Girl

Seventeen-year-old Steph has her heart set on a new beginning… for the eleventh time. A move to Webster Grove introduces her to a new school, new friends, and new experiences— including a few tender glances from her sexy English teacher. After signing up for a costuming position on the school production of Romeo and Juliet, co-directed by none other than the gorgeous Mr. Rivera, Steph soon learns the difficulties of withstanding the pursuit of forbidden love.

At first, I wasn’t sure what to think about this story. Sitting in class with the characters was a bit boring for a while, but then, about halfway through, the plot picked up, and I was interested to find out what happened next.

Steph and her mom have moved around the country so many times, she’s gotten used to not making friends or unpacking her clothes from boxes. But all that changes when Steph’s mom meets a guy, whose brother happens to be one of Steph’s teachers—a teacher all the girls adore, including Steph. Will their relationship progress into something more, or will things fizzle before they even start?

This is a five-part series. I haven’t read the other four stories, but I’m interested in what happens between Steph and Mr. Rivera.

Overall, if you enjoy contemporary romance, then I'd recommend this story.

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