Thursday, 9 July 2015

Snapshot: A Jamieson Brothers Novel (The Jamieson Collection #2) by Angie Stanton

Snapshot: A Jamieson Brothers Novel
Blurb (from Goodreads):
One kiss will change Marti's summer . . . forever.
Marti
Marti just wants a normal life. After dealing with her irresponsible rock-legend father and absentee mother, she only wants some peace . . . and fun. And that includes a summer at an exclusive arts camp.
Adam
For Adam, a normal life is not possible—not when he is the lead guitarist in a rock band with his brothers. So he's thrilled to finally have an opportunity to disguise himself and live like a normal teenager at summer camp.
And when Adam meets Marti, sparks fly. Between romantic bonfires and stolen kisses, they are inseparable.
Then Marti discovers who Adam truly is, and her world is turned upside down. Ever since her father nearly ruined her life, she vowed never to fall for a rocker. But when tragedy strikes, Marti is forced to look within. And she discovers that maybe falling in love with a rock star is not so crazy after all.

Snapshot: A Jamieson Brothers Novel by Angie Stanton

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Snapshot: A Jamieson Brothers Novel "It's okay, this is the safe time of the month." She wanted him so bad and couldn't let anything stop them.



This was a YA contemporary romance about the second Jamieson brother – Adam.

The characters in this made some silly decisions in my opinion. Why Adam thought that shaving off his hair would be a good enough disguise I don’t know, and why Marti kept having unprotected sex with him was another weird one.

"Adam wanted to enjoy the anonymity of being a regular guy while he was here. He didn't want them to know his true identity, because it would be so far from their reality."



The storyline in this was about Marti and Adam meeting at camp, and then what happened after camp. The story was quite slow, and I found the whole thing a bit too drawn out for me. I also wasn't impressed with all the unprotected sex. Talk about setting a bad example!
The romance was oaky, but it didn’t sweep me off my feet really.

"You're my drug of choice, and I plan to overdose."



The ending to this was overly happy really, and everything was just looking perfectly rosy. Hmm.
6 out of 10

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