At the Stars (Evergreen Grove Book 1)
A GIRL TRYING TO LEAVE HER PAST BEHIND I was a normal teenager who loved music and dancing, until the day I was attacked in my favorite record store. A few years later when my mom succumbed to depression and took her own life, I couldn’t stay in my hometown with all the memories and the curious... show more
A GIRL TRYING TO LEAVE HER PAST BEHIND
I was a normal teenager who loved music and dancing, until the day I was attacked in my favorite record store. A few years later when my mom succumbed to depression and took her own life, I couldn’t stay in my hometown with all the memories and the curious stares. I decided to get in my car and just go – except my car decided it was done going outside a tiny place called Evergreen Grove. That’s where I found Jake. Or I guess Jake found me.
A GUY WHO CAN’T LET HIS GO
For the last eight years, all I can think about is the day I ended another man’s life. Then I manage to save Cassie’s, and I feel like maybe I’ve got some kind of second chance. To do what I couldn’t before, or maybe even for something bigger. Something like love. If only I could feel like I deserve her...
At the Stars is a story of lost hope, new beginnings, and found love.
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2015-05-05
Publisher: Elisabeth Staab
Pages no: 186
Edition language: English
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I received the opportunity to read At the Stars early for an honest review and I definitely enjoyed every bit of Elisabeth's first New Adult novel. I look forward to reading more of this genre from her because she definitely didn't follow in the usual path of New Adult novels. We didn't have the ins...
**ARC provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**3.5 Stars Because I couldn't decide between giving it 3 stars or 4. Jake couldn't believe this crazy girl standing in front of him. He had just pushed her out of the way of a semi, that she was standing in front of, in the rain, as i...
This was a great New Adult read that utilized a few tropes from the genre but wonderfully stayed away from the more questionable ones (insta-love, slut shaming, and aggressive/controlling behavior). Jake and Cassie feel everything a little too deeply and are learning how to live with childhood traum...