NetGalley Review: Hush (Lakeview #1) by Stacey R. Campbell

Green Darner Press  Published Jan. 23, 2013 278 Pages
Green Darner Press
Published Jan. 23, 2013
278 Pages

Blakely Henry doesn’t want to know any information of her biological parents. After looking and not finding anything she has given up. 

When Max Ryder comes to town and shows interest in Blakely, her true identity comes into question. What Blakely doesn’t know is that Max  is there to find out if she is the lost Princess to Europe’s favorite royality.

However, feelings are involved and there is someone who doesn’t want the Princess found. Can Blakely survive the threats against and the truth about Max?

I picked this book because of the cover. Didn’t even read what it was about; I just really liked the cover. So I shouldn’t have been surprised that it wasn’t a historical romance (lol).

Anyway, this was a good read. I was surprised because Blakey, Max and every teenager in the book acted as if they were at least 23 years old. Their whole attitude, outlook on dating, everything seemed much older than their age. I was a bit taken back.

I liked Blakey because she had a good head on her shoulder, a developed personality but she was a bit boring. There was nothing more to her than school, her friends, her smart comments and her amazing body (that Max keeps mentioning).

Oddly enough, I really liked Max. He had a heart and really loved the girl. His initial intention was not pure but he grew to really love her.

My biggest issue with this book is how the climax wasn’t really climatic. It was like oh . .  well okay. The ending was just thrown there. It wasn’t exciting just a there it is. I wish there was more effort in the two biggest part of the week.

Overall, I enjoyed this read. 3 Pickles

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