Monday, 21 November 2011

Flat-Out Love

Tell Me a Story - Book Review

Author - Jessica Park
Flat-Out Love
Stars - 4 
Something seems wrong in the Watkins home. Julie, college freshman, the newest resident in the Watkins home, is determined to get to the bottom of it.

To Julie, there is something about the emotionally jumbled members of the Watkins family that doesn’t quite add up. It is only when she prizes a buried secret to the surface, that she gets an answer. However, it provokes a confrontation that threatens to tear the Watkins family apart.

Flat-Out Love is cleverly written by Jessica Park and even if you think you know what's going on, you still aren't certain - so you keep on turning pages. Characters are well drawn and dialogue is realistic,

Flat-Out Love isn't simply a tale of romance, but a portrayal of a splintered family group sluggishly surfacing from a dark time, trying to bond with one another. A book well worth reading


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Eesti said...

This is a story with so many sides, so many feelings and emotions. It seriously took my breath away around 82% into the story. I am not going to go into detail because this book deserves to be read without any spoilers.
Flat out love is the story about Julie a girl just starting out in life. She has come from Ohio to Boston to begin college. She's excited and ready for the new adventures in her life. But as soon as she arrives bad news abounds. The apartment her mother got her is bogus and she has nowhere to go. Thankfully her mother has an old college friend she can call. And Erin (the college friend) welcomes Julie into her home with open arms. It was really nice to see she wasn't going to remain miserable so soon in the story.

ajbarnett said...

Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Eesti. Glad you enjoyed the book as well