Friday 6 August 2021

Review of What Are Friends For by Sarah Sutton



I've got a problem.

A big one.

It involves a blindfolded kissing game at a party. I was supposed to be kissing my crush, Jeremy, the totally hot baseball player I've been crushing on. And the's amazing. Makes me forget all about my overbearing mother, my next-door neighbor's drama, and the probability of failing my senior year.

But that's not the big problem.

The big problem is that once my blindfold falls off, I realize that heart-stopping, toe-curling, world-changing kiss wasn't with my crush.

It was with Elijah Greybeck, my best friend since the third grade.

And even once I realize it's him, why...why do I want to keep kissing him?

My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because I was in the mood for a good light hearted romance, and I wasn’t disappointed in the slightest. Having watched Sarah Sutton’s youtube for over a year, I’ve seen her grow as a writer, and wanted to delve into her books as well. Remi and Elijah were the perfect start to this series. The way they came together, the twists and turns along the way. It all just makes you feel gooey and happy about teens in love. I adored the writing style, the characters, and all of the plot twists along the way. Overall an amazing debut novel and a series that I will be continuing!

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