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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Review: Something More by Mia Castile

Something More
by Mia Castile

Published by: Entwined Publishing
Released on: November 20th, 2012
Ebook
Rating: 4/5






*Please note this review was based from an ARC*





  Something More is ranged more around the New Adult area. Based on a girl named Nyla, and her new life as she begins college is like a fresh and new beginning. And what is supposed to be a new start, leaves her with heavy shoulders. Nyla figured that she could leave everything from her high school days behind her and with an all new look, she starts college only to find that people from her past have followed her. Things still go well for her as she begins a new relationship with Ethan. Now, for the problem... Jamison has followed Nyla to her new college and this raises Nyla's guard. In high school, Jamison was constantly battling with Nyla and bullying her when he had the chance. Nyla always figured it was because of his good looks and popularity that he felt the need to bully her. Wearing braces and being on the plain side, didn't get her far with the boys.

  Here's where things get interesting. Now, Jamison has decided to fancy Nyla and only wants to get to know her better. He clearly shows his interest, although sometimes it can be quite annoying, and being roommates with Nyla's boyfriend Ethan makes things that much more difficult.

  So many times I just wanted Nyla to open her eyes and see how hard Jamison was trying. He was trying just for her. Then I would wonder if I would let someone in my life who treated me like that and the answer was no. The more time passed, the more Jamison would push her. The more he made his presence known. Did he transfer schools for nothing, works so hard and seemingly not ever want to give up for a girl who will never give him a chance? Or will love take hold?


Received for review purposes from Entwined Publishing.

1 comment:

  1. This sounds interesting. I haven't heard of this book before I saw it in your book haul I think. Great review!!

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