arc review: breaking the ice//my last book of 2017

breaking the ice ARC
4 stars!

A special thank you goes out to Entangled Teen for allowing me to read this early. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Please note: even though this is the second in the Juniper Falls series, it can be read as a standalone.

publication: december 26

And with this book, I shall officially end 2017. I can think of no better way to end a rather successful reading year with a steamy read with my favorite trope ever, the friends to lovers.

Let me tell you, friends, this was something else. Fletcher and Haley are so damn stubborn in their feelings, it drove me insane! But it was such a fun tortue, I couldn’t help but read on in the hopes that they got it together. I enjoyed every minute of them together and their sarcasm. I seriously love characters that are sarcastic. And the best part of the their interactions? They actually talked things out. Any misunderstandings were cleared up almost right away.

I also need to point out some really awesome rep in this book. Food allergies and their severity are one of the focal points in this book as Fletcher is allergic to a lot of different types of food. I think that is awesome because I honestly can’t remember the last book I read where they talked about food allergies in such a informative way.

I must also mention the ADHD rep with Haley. Too often, girls aren’t diagnosed properly with ADHD. Even though Haley wasn’t officially diagnosed, she was on her way to being diagnosed. I personally do not have ADHD so I cannot confidently say how accurate the rep is but it was good to see it in the book. I hope it helps girls who have ADHD feel like they are not alone and they can be successful in life.

Overall, this was a great book. Haley and Fletcher were just so great. Their interactions were so much fun and steamy. The rep for food allergies and ADHD were great. (I think, for 2018, I need to look up better adjectives). I will definitely be checking out the rest of this series, with the hopes that Fletcher and Hayley are in them.

 

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