Saturday, May 25, 2013

Eyes on Him: Spring Love by Cynthia Marcano

About the Book
Spring was the season of new beginnings. Flowers and romance were blooming and the excitement of Summer was looming. At least for Tamryn Davidson it was. Her Junior year at Barredale Christian Academy was coming to an end and the potential for Spring love filled the air, more than she could have imagined.
Her recent high school crush was constantly on her mind except when the new stranger in town was within view. High school drama was in full swing and the junior prom was hot topic of discussion amongst all the juniors.
As she balances school, friends, family and her Christian life, Tamryn confronts life as a teenager with her heart being tugged in opposite directions. How will she decide who and what is right for her heart and her life?

My Thoughts
This was a really cute YA story! The characters were fun and had me smiling a lot. Many of Tamyrn's exchanges with her brother I could easily see me having with my siblings and I loved how their love for each other showed even through their teasing. I really liked Tamyrn's character with the exclusion of her bad habit of jumping to conclusions and then refusing to let the person explain-that drove me crazy. And the last thing I need to mention is the fact that this book really needs a lot of editing, and I mean a lot. I feel like if that got fixed this book would be a million times better but if you can look past that this book really is a great read!

About the Author
Cynthia Marcano was born and raised in New Jersey. In 2003 she became the happy wife of Phil. She is the
loving mother of Cailyn and Christian. In 2008, she was born again and has happily served God since. She and her family are faithful members of their local church and serve devotedly since 2009, where they serve as Marriage Ministry directors and Cynthia as a teacher. Since giving her life to Christ, she has been in love with clean, romance novels like those of Jane Austen, exposing herself only to movies and books that promote lifestyles pleasing to God. In 2011, she became the bible study teacher of high school girls and found that more than ever she wanted to help promote a Christian lifestyle in all genres of life including romance novels. With the inspiration of her student and niece, she embarked on bringing clean Christian romance novels to teen girls.

I received this book free from the author in exchange for my review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


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