- File Size: 2019 KB
- Print Length: 302 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1945107707
- Publisher: Swoon Romance (November 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LYOXN7U
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #151 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Being a Teen
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- #372 in Books > Teens > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Being a Teen
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Life in the Danger Zone is a story told between Rose and Sam. What I really loved about this book was the fact that it takes place on a cruise. For some reason, I have been really into cruise books, and that might be why Life in the Danger Zone is my favorite book in the Zone series to date. I also really enjoyed the little mystery thrown in. Rose is on a cruise with her grandparents and she has big plans of lots of relaxing and reading. (which sounds like my kind of vacation!) but what she gets instead is being stuck in a teen group and being accused of stealing. I liked that this was a mystery on a cruise ship. And the romance was super cute as well. I liked Sam, though Rose was my favorite of the two. Sam is a good guy, even though he sometimes struggled with thinking of himself that way.
Bottom line: Patricia B. Tighe has done it again. Life in the Danger Zone is a feel good romance if there ever was one. Not to mention a good mystery. I liked the combination of the two. You will enjoy this lighthearted read if you are a fan of young adult contemporaries. If you enjoyed Life in the No Dating Zone and Life in the Lucky Zone, then you should pick up this next installment. Patricia B. Tighe writes really cute romances and Life in the Danger Zone might be my favorite one yet!
*Disclaimer- I got a copy of this book for free from the publisher or author.
This is technically book three in the Zone series, but you can easily read it as a standalone. I haven’t read the other two books in the series yet and wasn’t confused in the slightest. I do want to read the other books, though, and one of those books I ordered on a whim is book one, Life in the No-Dating Zone. It sounds just as adorable as this one, and I’m excited to read the rest of the series, albeit out of order.
Rose Mulligan was your stereotypical quiet girl. Her best friends urged her through a letter (she was grounded without access to her phone) to be daring while on the cruise with her grandparents through Italy. I’m not one who has ever wanted to go on a cruise, but Rose made it exciting. She touched on all the issues that I would have going on a cruise, but she still managed to break out of her comfort zone. If my tour group were like hers, I wouldn’t mind being stuck at sea (sort of) for a week.
Sam Briggs caught her eye in the first couple of pages. Every now and then his inner dialogue didn’t seem to fit, but it wasn’t enough to take away from the story. I liked having both his and Rose’s side of things. They had distinctive voices and saw each other differently than they saw themselves. Ah, young love. His issues with his dad and his uncle by association weren’t quite strong enough for me, but it did explain why he acted the way he did around Rose. While I liked his voice, I liked him through Rose’s eyes more.
Life in the Danger Zone is a quick escape and a light read. It had a few twists and turns in there, and the mysterious inclusion in the story added intrigue to Rose’s character. Read it as a standalone, read it as part of the series—whichever you choose to do. It’s fun and quirky and a must-read for anyone who loves a good kiss here and there.
*part of the blog tour, ARC*
This sweet romance will steal your heart!
Sam and Rose end up on the same cruise ship together. Rose just wants to relax and Sam gets ditched by his family. When Rose is accused of theft, Sam reluctantly agrees to help.
A little mystery, a little romance and a whole lot of fun, Life in the Danger Zone is a great YA read!