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I have to say that due to some changes in my life recently, I might not post for a long while. I have not read in some time and adulting life is catching up with me now that I graduated. I promise that soon I will find a pace and start to blog again. For now, everything that is being posted was scheduled from a long time ago. See ya!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

[Review] 1987: (How Do I Get You) Alone, by: Cameo Renae

Love in the 80s #8

1987: (HOW DO I GET YOU) ALONE

by: Cameo Renae
Release Date: August 26th, 2016
Read Date: April 13th, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
Pages: 119

Lyssa Taylor totally thinks she has her future planned out. Being eighteen with strict parents, a relationship is the last thing on her mind.

But when she and her best friends arrive at the cabin for their last summer vacation, the handsome Travis Preston—her secret childhood crush, and best friend's (off-limits) older brother—is also there.

Now, what was expected to be a simple, fun vacation, turns out to be one spark-igniting, complicated mess.

MY RATE


All these stories keep getting better and better. I will miss them when I get to finish them all. So, this story did not make an exception, it was just as wonderful as all the others. Full of color and things that only 80s kids do.

This time, this book is places in Summer. The characters are out of school and full of hope for their next step in life: college. But before all that stress gets to them, these girls decided that a trip to a cabin the lake would be the best. Lyssa was totally on board, but she did not expect for Travis to appeared. Travis is her long life crush and her BFF brother. Two years older or so, Travis tries not to look much at Lyssa while growing up, but now that both of them grew up, Travis cannot contain much what's inside of him. Lyssa wasn't prepared for what it came, she thought everything was a dream, but it wasn't and she was glad, because she would never wanted to wake up.

The book was super sweet, short and full of 80s clichés. What I have to criticize a little is that, apart from the songs, nothing made this book be part of 1987; of the 80s yeah, but from that year, not much. But that aside, this book was good. I cannot wait to keep reading the other books that I am sure will be just as great.

   

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