** Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Summary: After Starr Bishop, swim-team star and all around popular girl, gets hunted down by an organization that wants to recruit her as an assassin, she goes on the run. With the help of a friend, Christian – the school’s bad boy and social outcast — they travel across the country to Christian’s parents cabin deep in the woods. But the organization finds them there, and there’s nowhere left to run anymore. Starr must face the organization that took everything away from her for a chance to return to her old life.
Thoughts: Alright! I almost read this book in one sitting. Starr Fall is a quick and addictive read, full of surprises and twists and a swoon-worthy love interest. There’s equal parts action and romance, and honestly, the build up to it was enough for me. I loved how well put together Starr was, despite the fact that her life had turned upside down. That stable quality in her voice really made all the turns and twists read well. And Christian. Hahaha! No way was he the same person I thought he was. I really loved him and every scene he was in, but I felt like the turn from goth recluse to dashing hero was a little too fast. He liked Starr from the start, but I don’t know why I wanted him to fight/resist his feelings for her more. Ugh, I guess I just like tortured characters. I also wanted to know more about the organization and I wanted Starr to have more close calls with them so that I could find out more about them, but the book is 160 pages only, so I get why I couldn’t find all that out. And now I want the second book because I just have to know what happens next! If this book were a TV show, I’d binge watch it pausing!
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