#amorlivres - 4

by - Monday, November 23, 2015


Heya! How's your weekend been? I know it's a monday, and usually Monday's suck, but still make use of the day, do what needs to be done, and don't delay it. Always keep smiling! By the way, let me know if you are enjoying these reviews, and if you have any book suggestions then leave them down below in the comments.

Emmy and Oliver by Robin Benway

Beautiful, beautiful book. There's something about books that contain the two main characters name as the title. It's more focused on them and together and as individuals. I enjoyed this book. Every page and chapter were beautifully written. 

The emotions portrayed throughout the book was written all well. There were times my heart would break for the characters especially Oliver, because of his past. But then these were times I would laugh because of the friendship between Oliver, Emmy, Caro and Drew. Then the love between Emmy and Oliver was (once again) beautiful. The amount of trust, faith and support they had for one another is admirable. 

I loved how each character developed throughout the book. Each characters had their own problems, and not just the young adults, but the parents themselves all evolved. This was funny, sweet and quite a roller coaster. 

Cupcakes at Carrington's by Alexandra Brown 

This was one surely a drama filled book. Conspiracy, jealousy, love triangle, family issues, and friendship. And sometimes you just need those type of books, to keep you reading more and more. I quite liked the book, there was many things going on in the book, and the suspense is there making you not want to stop reading.

The are many characters in the book that you would either hate love, connect with, find funny or just have some sort of emotion. Also the friendships that were portrayed in the book was beautifully written. As well as the situations that occur in the characters life - for some is what they can understand because the scenarios are realistic.

One thing that this book made me realise was about the importance of money, or how money can consume a person up. We can't deny that money is something that we all need to survive, because without it there is no food, shelter, water etc. However, as long as you have all that, the greed for more money isn't always the best. It could lead to downfalls, and it also doesn't make you the best of person. So use your money wisely, and earn it like it's worth it.


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