Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Split Second By: Kasie West

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I am reviewing Split Second by Kasie West. This is the sequel to Pivot Point.

Addison’s life isn’t the best right now. Her best friend went behind her back and made out with her boyfriend. Said boyfriend was only using her. Addie’s father gives her the chance to escape, and she immediately snatches up the offer.

Now Addie’s off to live in the Norm world for winter break. There she meets Trevor who is, for some unknown reason, very familiar. How could her heart jump at the sight at him when she barely knows him? Secrets become exposed and Trevor is left feeling more and more suspicious of Addie. Being mindful of the CC practically breathing down her neck, Addie does her best to disperse Trevor’s suspicions.

Laila, Addie’s best friend, also has a secret. She has the power to restore Addison’s memories . . . as soon as she learns how. Laila tries to manipulate the school’s bad boy, but he seems to be somehow immune to her charms. Normally, she would move on the someone else, but he is the only one who can help her.

I liked how this book switched between Laila and Addison because it made it suspenseful and made me craving for more every time.

I didn’t like how it wasn’t exactly detailed on their surroundings because it was hard to know how to imagine it. Sometimes the author would say something about the surroundings and that’s not exactly what I imagined and it’s hard to change your views after you’re used to seeing it like that.

I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.

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