Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Review: Dangerous Curves Ahead

Dangerous Curves Ahead

Should you read this book? 

Answer: OMG YES!

Here's why:

I abso-freaking-lutely loved this book. It was laugh-out-loud funny, sassy, and sweet. It had me crying one page and shaking with laughter in the span of a few pages. Sugar Jamison did an amazing job with this novel. It has the perfect mix of conflict and love-story.

What sets this novel apart from your everyday contemporary romance novel is the heroin Ellis Garret. Ellis is not your typical romance novel heroin. She does not have a perfect body, which makes her instantly relate-able. She also has a big personality with a sassy attitude. This covers up her insecurities and self-worth. Sugar Jamison has created Ellis to be a real person. She could be your best-friend, your sister, even you. As a woman, society tells us we are never good enough, never thin enough, never pretty enough to find the man of our dreams. Even though Ellis is able to find a man to love her, she cannot truly love him back until she learns to forgive and love herself.

This novel will keep you entertained while also, maybe, breeding some self-realizations. This novel certainly got me thinking about my own self-worth and how that relates to the man who loves me.

Would I read this book again? 

For me, the true judge of a book is whether or not I would read a book again, in the case of Dangerous Curves Ahead not only will I read it again (probably several times, it was that GOOD!) I plan on buying every subsequent book! 

I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Next up on my reading list: Forget Me Not by Heather Ashby