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Short Book Review: Suite Dreams by Rachel Hawthorne

9780061688065Goodreads Summary:

Hello, mate!
(Practicing my Australian.* How am I doing?)

I’m so glad the timing worked out for this couch exchange. I’ll be crashing on yours by the time you get to mine.** If you run into any problems, just find Alyssa. She’ll help you out with whatever you need.***

Your couch-swapping mate,
Rick

*That’s cute. Go have fun in Australia and leave ME—your girlfriend for an entire semester—to waste away on campus, alone.

**Um, think again. Your couch is already taken.

***Great. Now I’ve got to find a place for the (unbelievably hot, it turns out) Aussie to crash. But there’s only one couch available: the one in my dorm room. . .

Review:

This book was so fluffy and cute that it made me want to move to Vermont and find this couch swapping business so I can have a Aussie stay at my couch too… Just Kidding! [Kind of… 😉 ]

Suite Dreams is the ORIGINAL NEW ADULT genre. Why do I say that? Because it has older characters that are in college. That seems to be the formula of a lot of New Adult books nowadays. I prefer books like Suite Dreams than the New Adult Books that are hitting the bookshelf’s today.

Suite Dreams is wholesome PG rated romance which I love. It’s cute, it’s well written, it may be a little far-fetched at times, but who said I wanted reality when I’m reading a book. Especially a fluffy romance.

I recommend this book to someone who wants a fun short read or anyone trying to get out of a reading slump. It will lift your spirits and make everything look dandy.

Rating: 4/5

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