Star Crossed

Star Crossed

by Jennifer Echols
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Star Crossed 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
hemcover More than 1 year ago
This quick read has everything I was looking for: chemistry, humor, a good plot and some hot scenes. The plot was over-the-top, but just enough to be exciting rather than unrealistic. The writing and pacing were excellent and kept me riveted to the novel, unable to put it down. Recommended for road trips, beach and poolsides, and any other time you need a quick dose of escapism.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought this book because I am a big fan of Jennifer Echols' writing, and I was excited to see that she'd ventured out of the YA category with something for adults. That being said, I was very, VERY disappointed. One thing I've always liked about her pervious books was that they seemed so mature. They dealt with a variety of topics - teenage crushes, summer jobs, leukemia, attempted suicide, sex - in a very sophisticated, tasteful way. Her books may have been YA, but as an adult myself, I never felt like I was reading something meant for a much younger audience.  Star Crossed was just awful. The characters spend half of the book laughing at perverted jokes that aren't even funny, and the other half is them having unrealistic reactions to some very serious issues. On top of that, the characters themselves are very annoying and boring, and of course, they're both the best looking people in the world.  This does not feel like a Jennifer Echols book. This feels like something a 16 year old wrote and posted online without any understanding of the "real world."  I'm sorry, Jennifer. This was just awful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a huge fan of all her other books but this one was just not good.
KeriAnn3 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. I am also a big fan of Jennifer Echol and always look forward to reading her books. It started out a little slow and I thought her description of Wendy initially made her sound like a big frumpy lump, but once the book got going, I really enjoyed it. It is nice that Jennifer is writing books geared towards adult women, too, instead of only teenager girls.
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