Two Thousand Miles by Jennifer Davis


Two Thousand Miles


Synopsis

A tragic event forces seventeen-year-old Kat Parker to move two thousand miles away from her cushy life in Malibu, California to a simpler one in Slidell, Louisiana, where she falls for the beautiful Mason Dugas and the Broussard's--the family who has taken her in. But Kat fears she may lose them all when the secret she's been keeping is revealed and she's suddenly summoned back to Malibu to settle unfinished business. tragic event forces seventeen-year-old Kat Parker to move two thousand miles away from her cushy life in Malibu, California to a simpler one in Slidell, Louisiana, where she falls for the beautiful Mason Dugas and the Broussard's--the family who has taken her in. But Kat fears she may lose them all when the secret she's been keeping is revealed and she's suddenly summoned back to Malibu to settle unfinished business.

Review:

This book was kind of interesting. I didn't read the synopsis before starting it, I just thought the cover looked interesting. It took forever for me to figure out how old Kat was supposed to be, and everyone else. I felt like most of the book was kind of vague and I was constantly wondering what is going on. I didn't really see a strong love connection between Kat and Mason, but I could see they liked each other. I just didn't think their feelings got to the love point by the time she had to go back to Malibu. Still I did enjoy the first part of the book when she was in Slidell.

Once she gets back to Malibu everything happens very quickly. At one point I looked to see how many pages I had left, and I only had 15 pages but nothing had even started to be resolved yet. The last 15 pages just had so much that just happened and resolved itself so quickly it was just too easy. The bad guys were good up until that point and then suddenly they were just taken down in an instant? Really? So bad guys taken down, everyone okay and the whole living on opposite coasts from each other resolved itself nice and neat in 15 pages. I wish the book would have been longer to really take the time to tell the story. It just felt incredibly rushed, especially since the time in Slidell took up most of the book.

Rating: ★ ★

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