October 02, 2015

Paper Thin by Jennifer Snyder ~ BLOG TOUR & REVIEW

Paper Thin by Jennifer Snyder
 New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Available September 29th, 2015

Fate has always seemed to mock Charlotte Montgomery, continuously dangling the man of her dreams just out of reach. It isn’t until Charlotte receives word her older sister Emma is getting engaged that she feels fate’s teasing has hit a new high.

Once she begrudgingly decides to return home to the tiny town of Parish Cove, curious to find out who has captured her sister’s heart, fate suddenly seems as though it may have tossed her a bone.

The problem: Charlotte forgot one simple thing…Fate has never been her friend.

Emotions run high. Happiness will be shattered. And tragedy will strike, leaving everyone feeling paper thin.


Review by: Nicole

This is not your every day happily ever after story. This book has some real depth and a lot of stuff I can relate to. Jennifer didn't hold back with this one and I thought it was amazing.
Charlotte is in school at another town trying to live her life. She sometimes meets guys and hopes it will work out, but they never do. One day she gets a call from her sister Emma that she is getting married. Charlotte reluctantly goes back home to where their mother is suffering from alzheimers. She tries to deal with the fact that her mom's memory is slipping away from her, while also trying to be happy for her sister's engagement.

This book is not what I was expecting, which I loved. I wasn't able to predict what was going to happen, or even how it ended. Some people might be a little pissed at the ending, but I loved it. I will definitely be on the look out for more of Jennifer' books in the future.

4.5 Stars

Review by: Amy E

Wow! This was my first book by Jennifer and it was fantastic. Gut wrenching and emotional don't even cover all the words to describe this book. It was defiantly soul searching and so enrapturing that I finished it in one sitting. The story line was beautifully done and offered grace and endearment to all of the characters. 

Coming back home was tough for Charlotte. She escaped a life that her small boring hometown was offering for the  freedom of college life. The chance to be a teenager and finally come into her own. Little did she know that she would be coming back sooner than she expected and have her life change forever. This character was so complicated yet simple. I felt like as I read I was peeling away the onion layers to discover more Charlotte. It was a beautiful journey from start to finish.

The secondary characters played an amazing role in Charlotte's life. The relationship between sister Emma and long time crush Dawson helped Charlotte grow stronger and more independent throughout the book. I believe that even though Charlotte left to find herself , she really truly was able to accomplish that by coming back home. 

Is book was a great read for me. It offered a beautiful story about a girl struggling to find herself. As I read through the pages, I was captivated by the strong will and determination she held herself with. The book was beautiful and a wonderful story. I recommend it completely.

4 Stars


About the Author

Jennifer Snyder lives in North Carolina were she spends most of her time writing New Adult and Young Adult Fiction, reading, and struggling to stay on top of housework. She is a tea lover with an obsession for Post-it notes and smooth writing pens. Jennifer lives with her husband and two children, who endure listening to songs that spur inspiration on repeat and tolerate her love for all paranormal, teenage-targeted TV shows.



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