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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Hit by Lorie Ann Grover

HitHit by Lorie Ann Grover

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sarah is a senior at Kentlake, and she's deciding to possibly go to Mills Girls College on a scholarship. An avid poetry lover she's considering going into creative writing. That is until she walks into poetry class one day and meets Mr. Haddings, a Student-Teacher from nearby University of Washington. Suddenly life at the U makes more sense. Developing feelings for him, she tries to convey it to him through her poetry journal. Convinced he feels the same for her, she writes a poem to finally state her feelings once and for all. Setting off for school one rainy morning, she has the poem tucked safely in her back pocket ready to let him know!

Mr. Haddings knows Sarah has feelings for him, but he needs to set her straight. They can't have a relationship, even if she's 18. He's a student teacher and that could put his carrer at stake. He's got to set her straight soon. So he sets off for Kentlake one rainy morning, his mind on ways he can let her down gently. Getting distracted during the drive, he takes his eyes off the road for a few seconds. A few seconds that changed his life and not for the better. He feel a thump on his car, stops and sees a body in the road. That body turns out to be Sarah...

I loved this book. I couldn't stop, just having to know if Sarah survives and what happens from there. I was amazed at the story and how it gripped me. I'm glad that I got it.

**I recieved a complimentary copy of this book from Book Look Bloggers in exchange for my honest review and opinons.**

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