I don’t like to post my reviews of ARCs super early because not everyone has access to them and I just don’t like doing it. I prefer to post my ARC reviews the day before the release date. But with reading these books so early, sometimes I want to talk about how good they are or encourage you to watch out for the release date or maybe pre-order them. So, I’m going to give you five reasons why you should pre-order the book and I will post my full review the day before the release date!
1. The Captivity
Wendy Higgins never fails to tell a captivating story and this book stays true to that! I was captivated from page one feeling like I already knew the characters and just ready to dive into their story!
2. The Romance
Another aspect that Wendy Higgins seems to nail every time: romance! The romance with a certain love interest will definitely give you the feels!
3. The Story
The story follows Zae down a road where she finds herself kissing a bunch of different boys. It almost felt like The Bachelorette because she was kissing all these boys who were clearly interested in her – all she had to do was choose one! Of course, it wasn’t quite like The Bachelorette, but it definitely reminded me of that.
4. The Mystery
Throughout the book, Zae and the reader try to discover who the secret poet is that’s writing anonymous poems about Zae! It’s a super cute, fun, romantic mystery!
5. The Ending
The ending is guaranteed to give you warm fuzzies and put a smile on your face! What other reason do you need than that?
About the Book
When seventeen-year-old Zae Monroe gets cheated on by the only guy she’s ever loved, then watches her parents’ marriage crumble, she decides to forget about relationships and turn the tables on the boys of the world. It’s time to take what she wants, and what she wants are kisses. Athletes, musicians, poets, and bad boys—their lips are all on her agenda, and it’s time to collect.
Zae proposes a contest with her friends to see who can kiss the most boys during spring break. But what starts as a harmless competition leads to a downward spiral she can’t seem to break free of. As family, academic, friend, and guy drama come to a head, Zae is forced to face the reasons behind her boy angst, and starts to wonder if she was wrong about the male race…or at least some of them.