Starr Fall

Starr Fall
By Kim Briggs

On the run from the Organization, Starr never planned on falling in love.

Starr Bishop’s the complete package. A perfect smile, brains to match, and a winning attitude. Boys want to date her and girls want to be her. She’s the type of girl you want to hate, if only she wasn’t so damn likable. But don’t worry, she’s not interested in your boyfriend. Boys are one complication she can live without.

When the Organization decides she’s not only the model student but the ideal assassin, Starr’ll need a lot more than high test scores and extracurricular involvement to get herself out of that commitment.

Dark, moody, and dead sexy Christian Evergood is the last person she’d expect—or even want— to come to her rescue. From opposite ends of Webster High’s social hierarchy, their lives collide in one electrifying moment. Christian isn’t the Goth loner he pretends to be, he’s a part Cherokee, All-American boy who wants to be a hero, Starr’s hero. Christian makes Starr forget that the Organization is after her, but nothing will stop the Organization from collecting their top recruit.

By the way, the spot for junior class president just became available.

A copy of this book was kindly sent to us by the author in exchange for an honest review
3.5/5 Stars
I believe that Lark also read this book, so if anyone would like, I can see is they are planning on writing their own opinion on the book as well.
Since we have been so busy lately, it is taken us quite a while to get this review up, but don't worry that doesn't mean I didn't I really enjoyed reading this book. I liked how this book started right away with tons going on. There wasn't a long boring set up, which is the downfall of a lot of books that could be great later on, but loses its readers with a boring beginning. As far as characters, I liked Starr. She is a smart and strong heroine. Christian, not as much. I feel like he was only there to be a love interest for Starr and wasn't developed enough by himself. That being said, the story was suspenseful and drew you so that you needed to find out what happened. I don't want to reveal to much of the plot, so I will leave it at that. Now, I can appreciate, romance in a book, but in this one I was expected an action story and it focused a little too much on the romance for my taste. However, some people may like that (aka Lark, who literally only reads romance books now). Overall, I think this was a fantastic story that leaves you incredibly excited for the sequel which is coming out soon!

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