Saturday, 22 February 2014

Return to Sender (Letters to Nowhere #2) by Julie Cross

Return to Sender (Letters to Nowhere, #2)
Blurb (from Goodreads):
Follow up to Letters to Nowhere, an Amazon #1 Bestseller in teen sports fiction!

IMPORTANT! Note from the author—Karen and Jordan's story will continue in shorter installments with more frequent releases. If you haven't already, please check out the full length novel, LETTERS TO NOWHERE to read how the story began.

ABOUT RETURN TO SENDER (Letters to Nowhere Volume 2)

If only summer could last forever…

Karen and Jordan might be out in the open with their relationship, but that doesn't make it any easier for them to face events looming in the future. Like Jordan leaving for college halfway across the country. Or Karen's win at a big international gymnastics competition setting the bar high for her future and adding pressure like she's never experienced before.

But when Nina Jones (aka-US Gymnastics Dictator), makes plans for Karen and teammate Stevie to train at a gymnastics camp for a month—the same camp where Jordan coaches—romantic summer interludes replace their fears of being apart. Both Jordan and Karen know that when fall comes, some very tough decisions will have to be made, but for now, it’s stolen kisses, racing hearts, and whispered words.

Return to Sender by Julie Cross

My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Return to Sender (Letters to Nowhere, #2)(Source: I own a copy of this book.)
This is part two of Jordan and Karen’s story.

This was an okay novella, but it felt unfinished.
I still liked Karen and Jordan in this book, I thought they were sweet together, and I liked the way they thought of each other when they were apart.

I liked the storyline. It was great following Karen as she competed, and it was also good to see her making steps in her grief process.
The romance was good, and I really liked the sexy parts. Jordan was also really sweet!
The ending was okay, but I felt like I had only read ¼ of a book rather than a whole book. I know this is a novella, but it didn’t feel like a short story, it felt like part of a story if that makes sense.
Overall; a short burst, but still good.
7 out of 10.

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