Reviw: Such A Rush by Jennifer Echols

Sch a rsh ennifer echolsAfter reading all the books that I had taken with me on vacation, I took a trip to Wal-Mart and after much deliberation purchased this. In the wonderful novel an underprivileged girl decides to do something positive about living near an airstrip, rather than complaining about it like her deadbeat mother, and becomes a no-nonsense, ass-kicking pilot. However, this is not the cheesy empowerment novel that it sounds like; instead, it is about two brothers and a whole lot of awkward situations that ensue when one brother blackmails Leah (the protagonist) into dating the other brother.

This book is incredibly well written (hats off to Jennifer Echols) and impossible to put down. It is one of them books that just demands to be reread and reread over again.

Keep reading xox.


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