Monday, November 25, 2013

Book Review: Girls Are Players (G.A.P. #2)

Girls Are Players (G.A.P., #2) by 

Jessica's story is a true redemption story. She was so irritating and vindictive in the first book that I actually dreaded reading about her. However, her story was very well done, and her journey was believable. All of her bitterness stemmed from the hurt of losing Taylor, and not understanding why. Taylor, for his part, was still attracted to her, dating clones of her, and seeming to want something else from Jessica. They both had journeys to take, and this book was surprisingly emotional and heartfelt. Can Jessica stop playing games that are second nature? Can Taylor put words to his emotions?

This was a great sequel and actually surpassed the original to me. Good read!

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