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Coming from divorced parents, this spoke to me. I could relate, as can so many of us, to one or more of the characters. Either as the kid from a broken home, the friend of one, or the friend of a friend and so on. All of those are here. There were a couple of times I did have to put the book down and walk away because I couldn't read through the emotions or tears. That is how well written this is. She brought me to tears, more than once. On the up side, I did laugh a lot too. And I also fumed at my phone. My husband says that watching me read is quite entertaining!
I don't tend to review the plot or characters of the books as much as I do the writer and their style. There are only so many stories out there, it is all in how they are told. And this was told artfully. Her turn off phrase is amazing. She has you feeling for the characters, they are people, not flimsy constructs.
Though this is a bit out of my wheelhouse, I think I will be picking up more of Ms. Walter's books. Now, I don't think I can binge on her work, I think my nose and eyes would look like I have the crud. I think her work will be great to break up some of the fluff binges I go on.
I loved Riley and Audrey and Riley's little sister, Hannah is adorable. Riley is so strong for a sixteen - eighteen year old. He deals with his life by blocking his feelings out. He is under the assumption that love leads to pain and so he will not love anyone. Audrey is his grounding influence; they've been best friends their whole lives. Neither is prepared to spoil their friendship by declaring their feelings. I feel that I know these characters really well now as this story is so well written and detailed that you can't help but fall in love with them and their own coping mechanisms.
This is a totally endearing story, it is my first book written by Rachel Walter, but I will be looking to read her others soon.
A Book Lovers Emoprium.
Aubrey Jacob is fire, spring, a blooming dandelion in the mud. Yes, mud.. Because Aubrey girl loves mud and muddin’, and that’s something that make her unique.
Riley Silk is ice, winter, a frost that intensifies the ice surrounding his heart. Because Riley has been through a lot in the homefront, to him, love is cruel and cold and chilled.
Together, they are autumn. Together, they are fire and ice controlled. Together, they are unbreakable.
I loved everything about this book – the tears, the fights, the anxiety attacks, the milkshakes, the mud, the ice, and most specially – the one armed, one legged booty shaking dance.
I love Pucked!
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Even though this book is a YA, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. It is well written and very much relatable.Read more