May 12, 2015

Nineteen by E.S. Carter ~ FMR REVIEW


Your life can change in the blink of an eye.
How you adapt to these changes is what defines you.

Jake Fox is an aspiring actor who has found little success.
He is also a typical, cliche, bad boy, who 'loves them and leaves them' without love ever coming into the equation.

Emma Campbell is finding her way in life, struggling with memories from her past, an apathetic mother and the choices ahead of her. Can she keep focused on the light when life keeps surrounding her in darkness?

Polar opposites, will love be the thread that binds them or will circumstances beyond their control, tear them apart?

*Suitable for readers Age 18+ due to some disturbing scenes and sexual content*


Review by: Erin 

This story is told in dual POV however it keeps going over the same events over and over. It got kind of confusing to keep up with. The two main characters, Jake and Emma, go through a terrible ordeal together. Jake is riddled with guilt over what he considers to be his fault in causing the whole thing to happen. Emma is just trying to move on. Jake also becomes infatuated with Emma, however he had already seen her one time before and didn't give her a second look. 
The author does a great job of describing everything the two of them are going through. Emma has self esteem and abandonment issues. Jake is a notorious playboy. 
The ending has a doozy of a cliffhanger.

3 Stars 

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