Genre: Contemporary, Young Adult
Publication Date: April 5, 2016
Publisher: Amberjack Publishing
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ReviewThis was definitely a very interesting read for me. It was an okay book, I don't hate it nor do I love it. The plot was predictable and a tad bit dramatic in my opinion.
Gia annoyed me most of the time. She acts way too immature for her age and I did not see much development from her at all, but who can actually blame her. After all, she was raised in the glamour of Hollywood. The other characters don't really have much of a personality to them. They appear to be two-dimensional and lack the depth that I was looking for.
The mystery part was okay, it did. It pretty much just moved the romance thing along and it didn't really play a big part in the story at all. I really wished that it focused more on the mystery instead of on Gia. I think that would make this book more interesting. At the end, it felt like they only spend like 2-3 paged explaining who Dr. D is and them moved on to something else. That was especially disappointing since the it was one of the reasons why I picked up the book.
The plot was interesting and the romance could not have been done better. The romance, like the rest of the book, was okay. I didn't hate it and I really do enjoy the cute moments between Jack and Gia. Overall, I thought that the book was a quick and cute read. There is definitely room for development, especially for the mystery aspect.