18-year old Paige Rice, an exquisite beauty from East Hampton, NY, has just celebrated her high school graduation and is expecting to spend her summer living it up with all her socialite friends. But her parents have a different idea – she is being hauled away-literally- to the mountains of Vermont for the entire summer- in an RV!
Assuming she will be an outcast amongst the other teens at the campground still does not prepare her for the treatment she receives, which is far worse than she imagined. She also isn’t prepared for Travis, the campground owner’s son and the “Sexiest” guy she has ever laid eyes on. Travis is the only one who shows any interest in getting to know Paige. The only problem is that they have to explore what lies between them in secret. But once all the secrets are stripped away, the truth may be crushing.
***Intended for mature audiences due to language and sexual content***
*I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Thank you!*
I really enjoyed reading “Inspire”.It’s a perfect read for summer. With its pros and cons, “Inspire” is a great book with a lot of potentional.
Let’s start with the pros.
Omg I loved the fact that Paige has no drama in her life. She has a happy life, her parents are happy, they get along really well and there is no depression. The same thing applies for Travis. No broken hearts. No hunting past. No demons.In fact, my favorite thing about this book is that it’s drama-free. It’s a very “light” book that warmed my heart.
Travis and Tracey are my favorit characters. Travis is very adorable, smart and has his feet on the ground. Tracey was the friend I’ve always wanted to have. Smart, protective, loyal, crazy and cute.
I liked that Paige knew how to stand for herself. Even though she angered me sometimes with her kindness and tendency to help even her enemies. I mean, seriously! Who tells her boyfriend to go back to his ex because she’s already broken? Let me tell you! No one!
The book is easy to read with a wonderful atmosphere. I loved the fact that the action is taking place in the woods. I’ve always wanted to go camping, but as a violinist, I can’t have too many holidays.
I really like the cover, but I don’t think that it matches the story. The story is very light, but the cover inspires me something dark.
Now, let’s move to the ons.
Somethings seemed really rushed. The dialogues seemed rushed and immature sometimes, without any deep meaning.
It would be great if “Inspire” could go through another round of editing. I found many punctuation mistakes and that gave me a feeling of cursoriness.
There’s little intrigue in this book. In fact, the only secret that this book held was Travis’s secret. And that’s it.
Overall, “Inspire” was a great book. I am glad I read it and I definitely recommend it.
Rate: 3.5 stars our of 5.