Sunday, December 13, 2015

Review: Frosh: First Blush (Frosh #1) by Mónica B. Wagner

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This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

Title: Frosh: First Blush (Frosh #1)
Published: Oct. 20, 2015
Pages: 307
Format: eBook
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During welcome week at Hillson University, the FROSH will hit the fan.
Type-A aspiring journalist Ellie plans to take freshman year by storm. But hell-bent on breaking a huge on-campus scandal, she risks becoming one herself—and getting the mysterious, heart-melting QB in serious trouble.
Grant, star quarterback and charismatic chick-magnet, is hiding a life-altering secret. The last thing he needs is an overeager (absolutely adorable) journalist asking questions. He’s got a reputation to protect.
High-society legacy student Devon is ready to catch the football hottie of her dreams. If the tabloids feature her with the “it” boy on her arm, her tainted past will be buried—or so she thinks.
Charlie, pre-med, is done being the sweet and funny geek that girls like Devon ignore. But if he tries to impress her with a new edgy, spontaneous attitude, will his heart end up in the emergency room?
FROSH intertwines the stories of Ellie, Grant, Devon, and Charlie in Mónica B. Wagner’s sexy NA debut series, about falling in love and falling apart.

First let me start off with this book has 4 different P.O.V’s for me that is always hard to read because you can easily get confused as to what exactly is going on. The author did warn me on this book before I started reading it so I was a bit weary on if I should read it.

I am so glad I gave this book a chance I LOVED this….. the hard crushing that was going on between the two characters Ellie and Grant was awesome. The back story that seems to be behind Devon and her brother awesome. The surprise I have feelings for the nerd from Devon was to die for.

Ellie wants to be a reporter so on her first day at the college newspaper she is given an assignment she has to nail this because there is only one opening. Her assignment is to interview the quarterback Grant but we all know that is going to be hard, but Ellie doesn’t plan on giving up. What she doesn’t expect is falling for him and him for her. So when she discovers something that could hurt Grant what should she do? The ending of the book had me almost wanting to throw my kindle but I couldn’t because I am sure it would break and then I would cry. The ending left me breathless and wanting way more of this series.

The four P.O.V’s are Devon, Grant, Ellie and Charlie. They all intertwine in some way and the author did a great job of letting us readers know who was speaking so I really enjoyed that.

Now Devon is the girl you just love to hate but you can’t because once you get her backstory you just feel for her.

Charlie the hot nerd has the hot’s for one girl and one girl only but she doesn’t know or doesn’t care she has her eyes set on the main person in this book.

Grant the quarterback who every girl wants to drop their panties for but when he meets Ellie well she is the first girl not to care for his charm. We see both Grant and Ellie dance back and forth between trying to get together to being mad at each other. So when the ending came about you will see why I was left breathless and wanted more.

Looking for drama, and romance check this series out.

Mónica B. Wagner
Mónica was born in a Peruvian city by a snow-capped volcano. Growing up, books were her constant companion as she traveled with her family to places like India (where she became a vegetarian), Thailand (where she *almost* met Leonardo di Caprio), France (where she pretended to learn French), and countless other places that inspired her to write. Now, Mónica lives in Chile with her husband, three boys, eleven hens, and stray dog.