New Bloom by A.E. Gamrat
I’m not really sure how I felt about this book. I’m in-between liking it and not really interested. First let’s start with out lead female. Gwen seems to have it all together at first but you quickly see that she has some personal issues. She gives off this I’m ok vide and nothing can get to me but truly she is suffering. Now I understand her because in some aspects of my life I am like that as well. I didn’t know if she was a teenager or an adult with the way she carried herself and didn’t seen like she was mature. Kame is a mystery to me and I don’t know what to say about him except I hope he learns better communication skills. Disliked Gwen’s mom. Her dad was super flaky. The authors writing style was a little choppy but you can look past it. The conversations between the characters didn’t flow very smoothly and at times I didn’t know who was saying what to who. There wasn’t a clear plot to me. I’m hoping that the story is just taking off and that this was just a little background for what’s to come. I found myself continuing the story out of curiosity and to see how the author would develop the story. It almost feels like a coming into yourself story. Where the leads have to go desperate ways to strengthen themselves before they can be together.
Reviewed by @gguerrero89