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December 11, 2017, 0 Comments | Comentarios


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The Sweetheart Sham by Danielle Ellison!

Title: The Sweetheart Sham
Author: Danielle Ellison
Series: Southern Charmed #1
Publication Date: December 4, 2017
Publisher: Entangled Teen: Crush

In a small town like Culler, South Carolina, you guard your secrets like you guard your cobbler recipe: with your life. Georgia Ann Monroe knows a thing or two about secrets: she’s been guarding the truth that her best friend Will is gay for years now. But what happens when a little white lie to protect him gets her into a fake relationship…and then the boy of her dreams shows up?

Enter Beau Montgomery: Georgie’s first love, hotter than ever, and much too much of a southern gentleman to ever pursue someone else’s girl. There’s no way to come clean to Beau while still protecting Will. But bless their hearts, they live in Culler—where secrets always have a way of revealing themselves.

Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book contains a hilarious “fakeship,” a scorching-hot impossible relationship, and a heartwarming best-friendship that will make you want to call your best friend right here, right now.

#MyThoughts

I must confess that I have just understood the meaning of the title. And it was because I looked it up. I know, I should have known when I read the title but! When English is not your mother tongue, you just let things like this go unnoticed... Anyways, it has a looooot to do with the plot. It is definitely a clue. #justsaying

The Sweetheart Sham has everything I like in a good young adult romance. Love, drama, secrets, jealousy, and drama! Will, Georgie, and Beau. Their lives have always been intertwined. Best Friends. Everything. Sadly, not always things stay like we want. Specially for G&B.

Living in a small town has its pros y contras. And Georgie knows it first hand. So when his best friend asks her to keep his secret and help him, she accepts. Because... BFF. However, she never expected for "the boy of her dreams" to come back after having left her without a single word. And seeing him again just proves to her that she is not over him ---although she may say otherwise. Beau never wanted to break Georgie's heart. But life sometimes takes very strange twists and turns. Now he is back and he is not sure if it was for better or for worse. Because it seems there have been some changes in his old small town. 

Georgie is between a rock and a hard place. On one hand, one of her best friends. On the other, the boy she may be still in love with. And she knows she cannot tell anyone her best friend's secret. Because it is his secret not hers. And because she is just too loyal to him --something I really like about her.

And then, there is Beau. He is back (for a while) and he did not think he still wanted Georgie until he saw her. But she is not his anymore. And maybe, it would be better if he just accepts that he has lost her. However, his heart does not seem to be hearing what his brain says.

I loved it. This is one of those books I seriously highly recommend. It is just amazing. An excellent plot with two main characters that will just made you fall in love with their love story. If you like YA romance, read it. If you like teen drama, read it. If you like/love books, read it. It is a cute and lovely second chance romance <3.

Book: +4.5 second-chances stars!


#Excerpt
“Beau Montgomery, what on earth!” someone, I think it’s Will’s mom, says with a squeal. I can’t single it out because my heart seems to stop beating.

Everyone scoots toward the patio entrance and gathers around. Will drops my hand to move closer.

And then I see him.

He’s standing behind Mrs. M next to his dad, a big smile on his face, and he’s tall. Real tall. His dark hair is longer and nearly falling into his hazel eyes, definitely a length that Orry won’t like much. His jaw is strong, some muscles pressing under his polo. He looks nothing like the boy I remember.

And suddenly I’m a little self-conscious. What am I wearing today? I can’t even remember. I could look down but that would mean looking away from him, and then maybe when I look back he won’t be there. I don’t know if he even sees me, but I see him. Clearly. After more than twoyears of nothing.

“Beau, is that you, boy?” Orry calls. Beau steps around the rest of the family toward his grandpa. He’s closer now, and I can get a better look at his face. My eyes explore his features and rest on his lips, which break out into a small smile and—Dang, is it hot out here?

“Hello, Granddad.” Orry pulls him into a hug and Beau has to lean over to reach him properly. Orry looks like a kid in his arms.

Cheese and rice, even his voice is sexy. Deeper but still with a familiar feeling that it stirs up in me, and an accent with a hint of Georgia twang instead of South Carolina cadence.

I like it. Lord help me, I like it.

Orry holds him out at arm’s length and examines him before giving him a pat on the shoulder. “You look more like your daddy than I expected. How tall are you?”

“Six one, sir,” Beau says.

“You look good, grandson, real good. Atlanta treating you well?”

“Yes, sir, it is.”

I want to move, but I can’t. My feet are stuck to the ground, not that I should move anyway. I don’t reckon I trust myself around him. Especially not right now when I’m not sure if I want to hug him or kick him somewhere that would hurt. I’d do a good job of it too and make darn sure my kick was as painful as him not showing up that night.

“When’s your momma coming?” Mrs. M asks him.

“Not until closer to the wedding,” he says.

I watch as Will hugs him. They’re both smiling, and it reminds me of before when he was here. They were inseparable—we were—and now I’m just standing here like an idiot. Which I am. Will looks in my direction, and then Beau’s eyes are on me, too. It’s even worse when he’s looking at me, especially now with a hidden glimmer in them. It’s not how he said hello to the others; it’s almost like his eyes hadn’t seen me before, and now he’s hyperaware. Just like I’ve been since his dad yelled his name.

He takes a step toward me.

Danielle Ellison is a nomad, always on the lookout for an adventure and the next story. In addition to writing, she’s the founder and coordinator of the NoVa TEEN Book Festival. When she’s not busy with books, she’s probably watching her favorite shows, drinking coffee, or fighting her nomadic urges. She is newly settled in Oklahoma (for now) with her cat, Simon, but you can always find her on twitter @DanielleEWrites.


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