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Smashwords book reviews by Jessica Etches

  • Barbie Girl on Feb. 17, 2013

    That was so rude. How can you leave me hanging like this Heidi Acosta? That is…I don’t even know what to say. I simply want…no, NEED the second book in this series! Barbie Girl is a book that rocked my socks off! I wasn’t sure what to think about it when I started reading it, but I did not expect it to blow me away the way it did. I love Dylan. I loved Barbie. And now, now they have themselves in one hell of a predicament. I love love love it! This book grabbed me from page one. From the moment Barbie stomps backstage to find Dylan. There are a lot of crazy moments in this novel and I want to slap both characters for not getting their acts together. This book was filled with passion and it was described so well! I went along for the ride while these two people fell for each other unknowingly. But, they come from such different worlds! And for once we have a girl from the wrong side of the tracks and a guy with the picture perfect family. Oh, how I loved this book. If you are currently not moving your mouse to the “purchase” button of your preferred online store to get a copy of this novel, you do no know what you are missing. AND this awesome book only costs 0.99-$1.00!!! My heart is failing with this awesomeness! Good: Dylan Knight—The last name fits, and at times it doesn’t. I sigh when I think of him, and there are times when I want to slap him. But, I really wouldn’t mind being in his arms. Barbie—Girls, you are messed up. But, you are such a good person. I love your attitude and how you don’t care what other people think, only those who matter. Bad: Katie—You were bad story wise, I just don’t like you. I think Barbie should kick you’re butt, and pull out your hair. Just sayin’ There were some grammar and spelling mistakes that were noticeable. There were also times when it felt like a scene was missing from the story. I don’t know maybe I got a bum copy from Smashwords, but thankfully none of these really distracted from the story (you think they would, but they didn’t. It was just too great). Overall (Writing style, story line, and general): Overall this book was fantastic! I recommend to any YA lover. Getting past the grammatical and spelling issues this book was pretty easy to follow. There were many moments when I laughed out loud (mainly when Third was involved), there were many moments when my breath caught in my throat, when my blood rushed, when I felt bad, when I was angry, and when I was just over-the-moon happy! Heidi Acosta introduces me to two characters that I absolutely love (one of which I would love to bare his children) and a world that I am so grateful to have been invited too. And I hope to be invited again!!!