About the book: Life is simple for high school senior, Sienna Whitfield. With a few good friends, a camera, and a dream, she has everything she needs to be happy. But when Jordan Rubio, the most popular girl at Haskins High, makes her mad, she decides to use the power of photography to right a few social wrongs. As if that doesn’t cause enough drama in her life, she realizes she’s falling for the new guy, Lee Franklin. Strong and protective, he’s just what she needs to survive the craziness she’s stirred up at school. If only she didn’t have to keep her feelings for Lee a secret from her mom…
My review: I really enjoyed reading this book! It took me right back to high school and my experiences as part of the newspaper staff. I especially liked the way that the high school football games were described.
I loved Sienna, and the way she doesn't seem to care what anyone thinks about her. She's not afraid to be herself and she is not afraid to stand up to the popular kids to try to make people who are kind more popular than they started out.
I liked Lee too! He's a great guy, a gentleman really and I loved the way he's always watching out for Sienna, even though Sienna's mom won't allow her to really date anyone.
I remember girls just like Jordan Rubio who went to my high school, so it was kind of fun to see Sienna trying to bring them down a peg or two! I liked the way the supporting characters in this book were done. They were all just like kids that I knew and went to school with when I was in high school.
This is a cute, clean book that I will be passing on to my teenager to read! I'm excited to read the next one in the series!
I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Labels: clean ya, Michelle Pennington