Lissa's Review: Kissing in Cars (Kiss and Make Up #1) by Sara Ney
KINDLE UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Sara Ney RELEASED: January 22, 2014 GENRE: NEW ADULT, SPORTS, ROMANCE LENGTH: 251 pages FORMAT: EBOOK, AUDIBLE, PAPERBACK
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Will she, or won't she...
Studious and (mostly) sensible, the only thing Molly Wakefield wants to do is get through Senior Year and graduate. Well, that and hit the beach in her spare time. Okay, fine - and go shopping every once in a while for a new dress... (and who could blame her?)
And things are going according to plan - until the day she spies Weston McGrath, handsome star athlete and scholar, spying on her in study hall.
A tad creepy? Maybe.
You see, Weston McGrath happens to be one guy no one can get close to. Despite her best efforts to avoid it (because let's face it - the guy isn't exactly "boyfriend material") Molly and Weston form a friendship.
And more.... Sort of.
But it's a friendship that comes with a price - because Weston just cannot seem to stop screwing things up. Or saying all the wrong things. Possibly in that order... And who has time for an 18 year old "fixer-upper" that should know better? Not Molly. Or does she? FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Kissing in Cars is hilarious, heartbreaking and then puts it all back together in the end. I honestly, loved this little book. Molly’s character was so different. She had this cool vibe to her. I would have totally been friends with her. Weston is the hockey player, who has girls falling at his feet. But of course, Molly isn’t one of them. She’s strong-willed and says exactly what she means. I was trying to find something to read, going through a funk that had lasted way too long and I thought maybe I was broken. But when I found this gem, downloaded and read it within a couple of hours. I realized I was no longer broken! I don’t think I’ve read anything by Ney before. I did read one that was co-authored. But not one just by her. I’m so glad I did, It really did hit that spot. I was surprised after I was done reading. That the rating scale was so low on this story. I usually give a five if it makes me feel some emotion. I did tear up, I laughed and was so into the story. I didn’t realize how late it was when I finally finished. I love when a book, takes you on this journey with characters that you get so connected with. I’m going to have to jump into the next one. Overall, Five Boundless Stars.