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Glitter and Sparkle (The Glitter and Sparkle Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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A lot of the excitement in most of the romance books that I read comes from antagonism between the love interests, but this book reminded me that sexual attraction can develop between a nice girl and a nice guy who like each other. That's how it happens most of the time in real life, and that is the natural way it happens here. The author made it exciting and built anticipation for them to get together. It was a very enjoyable story that made me smile.
The conflict is a little different than your stereotypical YA romance. The overall issue is timing. Sometimes life works how you want it to, just not when you want it to. It can make a frustrating wait for readers because you know Lauren and Harrison want to be together and you really want them to be together. And if you're impatient like I am, that just doesn't work, LOL. However, like I said above, it's totally worth the wait and the build up makes the ending that much more rewarding. I like that Lauren is unique, does her own thing, and that she's mature enough not to care about the standard high school drama. I also like that Harrison is a little older. (Not creepy older, just right older). He's smart, mature, driven and has an awful lot of willpower. I think the story highlights a simple but important life lesson in the area of self-control. This book will appeal to you if you like a more "grown up" YA read. It's not heavy with drama, but it doesn't have a lot of silly teenage fluff either. It's a teenager dealing with big kid issues.