Title: Always You
Writer: Kirsty Mosely
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I am a traditionally published and Indie author that hails from sunny England (I lie, it’s not really that sunny here!) I’m a hopeless romantic, so of course my main writing focus is romance. I love to create swoon-worthy males that steal your breath! I write mature YA, new adult and contemporary romance novels.
As well as being a writer I’m also an avid reader, mum to one little boy, proud chocoholic and an absolute beast at Lego PlayStation games.
If I had to sum myself up in one word, it would probably be ‘daydreamer’ – but unlike most of my school teachers, I don’t necessarily view that as a bad thing. After all, I read somewhere once that books are like waking dreams…
Clay Preston is the most desirable guy in school, and boy does he know it!
Movie star looks paired with a quarterback’s body, he’s every girl’s dream guy-but not mine. To me, he’s simply my best friend, the one who has been there as far back as I can remember.
Our relationship has always been easy, playful and affectionate, but after one lost bet, and one payment in the form of a kiss, the dynamic of everything changes…
Non Review Rant
If you observe closely, you will find that I am reading some YA stuff these days. I am attempting to write one novella, Spiral, based on YA. As I have passed my teens and have never really read the contemporary YA stuff, I thought I would familiarize myself with other books out there.
Plot & Review
I like reading romance and chick-lit once in a while, but this one was so not for me.
The lack of punctuation is compensated with a lot of kissing.
The plot progresses through kissing, more kissing, moaning, undressing, kissing, gasping, more kissing, giggling, laughing, and kissing.
I don’t live in America, haven’t ever visited either, and I don’t need much about how the schools work. However, the way Riley and Clay act around each other in school – before and after becoming a couple, is just so, unrealistic. Sitting in his lap, wrapping legs around him, slapping ass, kissing, kissing, kissing – is that allowed in schools?
I liked Clay, though. He sounded cute and genuinely cared for Riley.
It was not bad, it is just not what I read. Therefore, it will be unfair to rate.
I guess I will check out the other book by the author ‘The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window’, which people claim to be awesome.
Have you read this book? What are your thoughts?