Thursday, November 11, 2010

Don't Kiss Him Goodbye by Sandra Byrd - Review

Don't Kiss Him Good-Bye   London Confidential #3
ISBN:   978-1-4143-2599-6
List Price:  $6.99
Release Date:  October 2010
Page Count:  256
Trim Size:  4 3/16 x 6 7/8
Now established in her quirky British village, Savvy works hard to get an article with her own byline published in the school newspaper. When an attractive and mysterious boy asks her for help with his school work, Savvy is slowly pulled into his circle and soon finds out that the wrong set of friends—boys and girls—can influence her own behavior. Following her own advice to cut ties with a charming bad boy would mean abandoning her dearest wishes, and it just doesn't seem as wrong as it feels. Is it? Read on for surprise twists throughout the book!
London Confidential is a new series for young girls. In the series, British fashion, friendships, and guys collide as an all-American teen girl learns to love life and live out her faith. The series follows Savvy's entertaining attempts to fit in during her first year at a new school in a new country.

This was a super fast read for me, it kept me entertained, it kept the story lighthearted and sweet and still focused on being a Christian and the Lord's love.

I loved the main character Savvy, she is a 16 year old American girl trying to fit in in an English school, there's the usual falling in and out of love while dealing with her need to attend a new church and fit in, coupled with the normal goings on of a family life.

A mother who loves gardening, a younger sister who seems to be holding some sort of secret from them all and a dad she adores.

Really cute teen book.  

Thank you to the wonderful folks at Tyndale House Publishers for sending me a review copy.

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