sábado, 4 de janeiro de 2014

[Crítica] Tidal, de Emily Snow

TidalTidal by Emily Snow
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

★★★☆☆ {2.5/3}

Sinopse:
Now that Willow Avery is out of rehab, she's got one chance left to prove herself before she’s officially on every producer’s shit list. At least, that's what her parents and agent are claiming. She doesn't really give a damn if she never makes another movie or not—she just wants to get on with her life, get back to her friends, and find her next escape. But Willow is broke. And whether she likes it or not, acting is the only job she knows how to do.

When she accepts the lead in a beach drama, Willow finds herself in Hawaii. And in Hawaii, she finds Cooper, the gorgeous surfer hired to train her for her new role. With the bluest eyes she’s ever seen and the sexiest Australian accent she’s ever heard, Cooper’s different from the men she’s used to. He doesn’t want to use her. And he refuses to let her fail. But when an old friend re-enters Willow’s life—a friend whose toxicity she’s been drawn to time and time before and whose presence brings about the painful memories she's tried so hard to suppress—Willow will have to choose between the girl she was and the person she’s becoming. The lifestyle that helps her forget the pain and the guy she’s falling hard for.
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Opinião:
É um romance contemporâneo, recheado de referências actuais.
Apesar de ter não ter gostado muito do início, comecei a gostar ao longo da leitura. Foi um bom livro e uma história de amor ternurenta. Gostei! :)


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