Sunday, March 8, 2015

Two Blue Lines #REVIEW @SC_Montgomery

Two Blue Lines by S.C. Montgomery is an emotional Young Adult read.


His fear . . . Her secrets . . . Their choice.
What if the only girl you’ve ever loved lied to you?
Lied to everyone?
Those two blue lines changed everything for Reed Young and Melissa Summers. In more ways than one.
And now, he must decide for himself . . .
Man up or walk away?

***Reader Warning*** Two Blue Lines is the emotional, honest story of two teenagers whose lives are about to change forever. While not glorified, or portrayed in detail, there are themes of sexual assault and teen pregnancy, as well as allusions to teenage drinking and some foul language. It is all meant to create an honest, relevant novel, but please be aware and read only if you’re comfortable.

***Note*** While this novel is a standalone that deals with mature subject matter, it may be helpful to read Lines in the Sand first to understand what makes Reed Young tick and hear about the summer that changed his life forever. Well, before this one.

REVIEW
An unusual mash-up of young adult/ new adult romance, this story chronicles an emotional time in the lives of two young lovers. With a splash of mystery and a whole lot of drama, they negotiate the difficulty of teenage pregnancy.

The writing is clean and simplistic. The author's voice was distinctive and while not my style, it didn't detract from the story.

SC Montgomery has created an emotional tale of first love, difficult choices, and impossible secrets. A deliciously angsty debut you need to read for yourself.

RATING
3 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
This book was given to us by the author. Many thanks.
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