Good evening, fellow readers.
This week has been the slowest most inconvenient in a long time, and I’m not saying that cuz my period has arrived or because I keep having a wound that looks like a finger print sized ulcer in my arm. This week has been hellish because since my country is still a disaster zone after the floods my classes have been delayed and I won’t be returning to university until April 10the besides I’m currently in my grandfather’s house unable to move since my mother refuses to do so. I’m annoyed as hell. But somehow I managed to read five unusual but pretty books.
The first I read was A Midsummer’s Nightmare by the always adorable Kody Keplinger.
Whitley’s life was never easy with self-centered mother dealing with hee hatred for hee father, and the promiscuous behaviour that nobody seems to notice. But what always made her smile and enjoy her youth was spending the summer vacations with her dad and now this is the last one she’ll spend with him before she chooses a career. Unfortunately nothing goes as expected, first her surprises her by not informing her of his engagement and the fact he moved to a new house with his fiancé and her children, but the most shocking revelation was that her soon to be step brother is the hot guy she slept with after prom. This summer will be full of things like this for this eighteen year old.
DUDE, THIS GOT ME CRYING.
I must assure everyone that Kody Keplinger makes the best male leads in the universe, they don’t break your heart with their mistakes but are lovable sweethearts and her books tell you things the way they are which is that we make our own problems we create them and we just need a little push to fix things. And this book was not different because it had it all: the emotional drama going on in the brain and heart of the main character, the struggle of social issues, the special kind of love and a true family supporting each other. I cried four times reading his, just so you know.
The second book I read was a wattpad Latin American phenomenon that I had no idea came from wattpad when I downloaded it so don’t blame me, it’s called Bad Boy’s Girl by Blair Holden.
Tessa was known by her weight during almost all her life, she was the overweight ex best friend of the now HBIC in her high school and the ever so embarrassed number one fan of the sexiest guy in town. But that’s not the worst in her life, cuz now she lost weight and is a good friend of sexy Jay; everything would be great if not for his stepbrother Cole. He just returned to town after some quality time in military school, he was always her personal hell and she’s sure he’s up to no good.
I HAVE A WEIRD PRETTY PARTICULAR FEELING ABOUT THIS.
It had thins I unfortunately liked a lot like for example the whole sweetness of the male lead that got my heart as I was still a fifteen year old adolescent, it’s embarrassing though cuz she feels like she owes him everything in her life, like it was such a miracle and life saving achievement that he loved her from afar: that had the feminist in me totally worried and concern about her self esteem. But Tessa kept changing the subject so one would forget how the abusive signs were there in a small amount, like not something to be exactly worried about without a conversation but still. it’s an embarrassment that I like it but it’s easy to get into and I want to see her on her own now that he fucked everything up by his stupidity. I want for Tessa to realise she’s good, and right without him.
The thirth book was the sequel to the previous one named Bad Boy’s Heart by the same author.
Tessa’s first relationship ended the worst way possible and after a mourning period she’s ready to move on but Cole won’t let that happen and wants to get her back no matter what. Tessa knows she shouldn’t but she ventures in a give and take game with him where everyone can loose and she definitely could win.
“I LIKED IT”. A FEMINIST IS DYING EVERY TIME I SAY THAT.
It felt so weird to still be into it because of entertainment purposes but at the same time feel so yucky about myself cuz this has such a bad message for girls, he’s obviously possessive but she likes that cuz she’s the same but she doesn’t show it though. It’s totally shameful to be attracted and almost crave this relationship with so many ups and Downs but I guess that’s what a guilty pleasure is all about that no matter how much it makes you consider the author’s morals. Because it might not be the best thing ever written since it comes from wattpad but I liked how it went. I feel so fucking strange right now.
The fourth book has no official title on English but it’s the third and last part of this trilogy.
Tessa’s new status as Cole’s ex is not quite working the way she thought it would be. His groupies are still after him, his agent hates her and his stepmother accuses him of stealing his future. Something’s maybe right but others are definitely not.
IT TURNED OUT BETTER THAN I EXPECTED IT TO BE.
It actually brought tears to my eyes so that’s an accomplishment. I understand that the author’s motivation was to shut every destructive critic up with the intention of giving a moral by the end of the book though I still found it inconsistent and kind of contradictory towards her own choices and personality but I guess the message was given so I didn’t really care anymore about how much Tessa is not a feminist cuz this is directed to 2008’s teenage public I mean I would have read this back then I would have loved every piece of it without remorse so yeah. I can’t be so judgmental about its negative aspects.
The last book was Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris, the first book in the Southern Vampires (Sookie Stackhouse) series.
The world is no strange to vampires and now with synthetic blood around the corner, they are welcomed. At least that’s what Sookie likes to think, she’s a cheerful 25 year old who is beyond static when a vampire arrives to the Merlotte restaurant during her shift. But vampires are not the only supernatural creature that will change her life for good in the small town of Bon Temps, Louisiana.
I don’t need to read another synopsis to understand I’ll keep reading this series till the end cuz it had the 3 keys to a groundbreaking novel: badass writing style (the first person way is my way and all the setting is marvelous), the characters (Sookie is awesome without even trying she has become my girl) and the whole plot (the murder mystery mixed with this vampire stuff in an imaginary small town is what I want in everything). One thing I wasn’t comfortable reading was the fact that Jason is a first class asshole for slapping his sister and Sam might have an overprotective vibe in him since he grabbed Sookie like that for her alleged safety (he’s just jealous but I somehow consider him cute). Going through her relationship with Bill, I felt it sweet and ethereal which was very pleasing to read about these last days, I felt no abusive tendencies which is something I’m beginning to notice lately except for that moment he fucked and bit her in an anger rage in the porch but without that moment everything was fine. I can’t wait to read the rest and entertain myself with some southern vampires.