LOST IN STARLIGHT (Book Review)

LOST IN STARLIGHT
by Sherry Soule

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Book Info:   LOST IN STARLIGHT is about high school reporter, Sloane Masterson. She may have confidence issues, but she’s a girl that’s not afraid to go against the crowd. The subject of her next story is Hayden Lancaster, the hot new guy in school, aka her crush. There’s a deep connection between these two total opposites. What starts off as a story on hacking, turns into something out of this world! Sloane has more questions than answers and things just seem to get more complicated.

My review:   This made for such a great read! Page after page, you are anxious to see what happens next. The story, mixing romance with sci-fi with action, will completely captivate you. The author’s writing will quickly put you in the story. Reading from the viewpoint of the heroine, Sloane, you can’t help but feel what she feels as the story unravels.

We see a variety of characters, most with spunky, fun-loving personalities. They all add different elements to the story. Of course, the main characters, Sloane and Hayden, are the ones you fall in love with, the ones you root for until the end. The immediate connection between these two, and then the chemistry that builds, will pull at your heartstrings. To be young and have such strong feelings so quickly….*sigh*

The downfall? The story ends with a cliffhanger, leaving you wondering what will happen next. This is what makes a good writer, someone that can easily leave you wanting more.

LOST IN STARLIGHT has everything that makes a novel a fantastic read—a tough heroine and a braniac hottie; a thrilling, edge-of-your-seat story; romance with surprising twists; and an ending that will make you long for volume 2. It is every bit worthy of 5 stars and highly recommended.

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