Tidings of Great Boys by Shelley Adina

Tidings of Great Boys by Shelley Adina (All About Us book 5) (FaithWords, September 8, 2009), 256 pages

Summary
Mac is feeling pulled in two directions at once. She wants to go home to Scotland for Christmas, but she wants to spend the holidays with her new boarding school friends, too. She’d also like to get her parents in one place again. Oh, and she’s starting to feel left out since all her friends have steady boyfriends and she’s left to fight off their idiot friends.

Thoughts
Yay, a Christmas book! Ugh, book five in a series I haven’t read any of the earlier books in! These were my thoughts going into Tidings of Great Boys, and these were pretty much my thoughts when I’d finished it, too.

I liked this book quite a bit more than I thought I would. However, I would definitely recommend starting the series at the beginning (book 1 is It’s All about Us) — I had a little trouble keeping all the characters straight, for one thing. All the talk about fashion and designers was really distracting to me. Still, the story was compelling. I loved the international aspect, too.

About the author
Shelley Adina has a bachelor’s in literature and a master’s in writing popular fiction.

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I received this book from the publisher as part of a blog giveaway.

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2 responses to “Tidings of Great Boys by Shelley Adina

  1. Thanks for linking to my review!

  2. Pingback: Words from my reading « Word Lily

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