Saturday, 27 July 2013

Review - Double Clutch (Brenna Blixen #1) by Liz Reinhardt


Blurb from Goodreads:

Who to choose . . .?

Thrust back into school life after a year in Denmark, Brenna Blixen is soon making new friends and catching the eye of two boys with bad reputations. There’s the dark and mysterious Saxon, and the gorgeous and sexy Jake.

They’re both totally hot and totally into Brenna.

But Saxon and Jake have unresolved history and Brenna’s caught in the middle.

It’s time to make some tough choices, fast.









My review:

*I received a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Random House Children's Publishers UK and Liz Reinhardt*

3.5/5 stars.

Overall I found this to be an enjoyable read.
Brenna, the protagonist, was relatable and direct.
One thing that did concern me was that she was only fifteen (but that could be because my sister recently turned fifteen).
I felt for Brenna as she struggled to control her feelings for both Jake, who was sweet and caring, and Saxon who was sexy and a complete jerk.
I was proud of Brenna when she told Jake about her encounters with Saxon and when she told her mum, who was against her having a boyfriend, about Jake.
Even though this book didn't wow me I would still recommend it and I liked it enough to want to read the sequels.