by Melissa Parkin
Book: Divine Vices #1
Publisher: Melissa Parkin
Pub Date: September 29, 2015
Genre: Young Adult
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The last thing sixteen-year-old Cassie Foster needs is trouble, but that doesn’t stop him from finding her.
Nine months after the tragic accident that killed her mother and sister, this high school junior just wants a fresh start. Settling down in the quiet town of New Haven, Maine, she’s found peace at last…until the new resident bad boy, Jackson Matthews, comes into the picture. Arrogant, sarcastic, and devastatingly sexy, he’s the very last thing Cassie wants to entertain. Romance was never part of the plan. But when terrifying circumstances drive these two together, she finds herself further in over her head than thought possible. As local girls begin disappearing, Cassie can’t help but wonder if it’s just a coincidence that everything started when this blue-eyed Casanova strolled into town. Will falling into Jackson’s arms mean she’ll be falling victim to a real lady-killer…or worse?
The answer will open the door to a world she never thought possible.
My Review: I'm mixed with this book. There were many parts I liked, and then there were some I didn't. The parts that I didn't like were either not interesting, or it was just something I've read in different ways through other books. So repetitive you could say.
On the other hand, the parts that I did love, were just the opposite. Unique details and ideas. Twists and turns you wouldn't expect from being in a quiet town. You go there to get away and get a fresh start and well, Cassie didn't exactly get that. But when she meets Jackson, all plans for a quiet life have gone out the window. But when things get too hard, she will lean on Jackson for help. It can go either way, but this also wouldn't have gone down if she didn't meet him. Oh the crazy struggles of love. Though Cassie and Jackson are amazing characters. You will easily tell if you like them or not. And despite the parts that I wasn't thrilled on, this still turned out to be an amazing read.