Mine, A.N. Senerella


Anika Mason — simple name.
Brown hair — average color.
Blue eyes — she wished they were brown.

But somehow she’s attracted the attention of the new boy at high school, and he is becoming quite obsessive and possessive over her.

She needs to figure out how to get rid of him, fast. But when she’s forced to lie about having a boyfriend to get him to leave her alone, she gives the name of the biggest player in the school; Brady Morrison.

Not only did she not like him, but he barely knew she existed, and now she had to pretend she was dating him. Wonderful.

Genre: YA / Romantic Comedy
Title: Mine
Author: A.N. Senerella
Publisher: Inkitt

Source: Inkitt
Pages: 211
Date: 6.17.17
Rating: 4.5/5


US | UK | CA | AU | DE
*purchased my own copy VIA Amazon after I finished reading this*

Dear Reader,

This is a definite recommend if you like YA contemporary romance novels. I usually don’t indulge in the kind if there aren’t demons to be fought, but this was seriously entertaining. Anika is a character I could get behind 100%. I loved her tone, the way she was and how easy it was to click with her. The only time I ever got irritated was when she was being duped by the guy who, at the time, seemed to obviously bad. Other than that, I really enjoyed reading her story.

The plot twist was great, and I loved that the blurb didn’t give more than needed away. The characters were cool in their own little roles, and I appreciated the changes they went through. Again, I’m not used to reality-set stories, and I think it’s another reason why I enjoyed this so much; their nostalgic actions made for interesting turns in events. I laughed hard. I teared up. I felt the feels. The only reason why this isn’t a full 5 stars is because of how the second half/ending story changed into something else, but it sorta went with the second climax, so no dissatisfaction, here.

So, seriously. Check it out.

Happy Reading,

A Little Darling


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