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Goodnight, Morning Reviews
***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.***Goodnight, Morning had me hooked from the beginning. It was a very sweet love story, more of a YA than New Adult novel. It was also quite different than a lot of the romance out there today. While I love my steamy romances, it was refreshing to read an somewhat old-fashioned love story. It begins with James writing a letter to his granddaughter, Sara, recounting the tale of falling in love with his wife and Sara's grandmother. You aren't sure who the lucky girl is until toward the middle of the book. Will it be the new girl, Kate, or his best friend/love interest, Ashlee? I also loved the fact that the whole story is told from the guy's point of view. This was a nice change of pace. The writer does a phenomenal job of describing this wonderful place. I wanted to live there amongst the beautiful landscape. I could smell the salty air. Kristin also did a great job of exploring James' relationship with his parents, his best friends, and the other townspeople who reside there.The only thing that could have been changed was the edition that I received was not heavily edited. There were some grammatical errors that should be corrected, but they in no way took away from the wonderful story that Kristin created. I am hoping to see more from the people of Mount Holly. It would be great to see stories about the other characters in town.
I enjoyed this read. The story was sweet. A perfect YA book. It reminded me of the stylings of Nicholas Sparks. I enjoyed that the story was from James's POV and that there were some twist and turns along the way. The settings of Boston and the beach of NC were perfectly described. I felt like I was actually there. It was beautiful, romantic story and I highly recommend it for a fun beach read.
This book was recommend to me by a friend.I started it without knowing what it was about...it is a very sweet story of a Grandfather telling his Grandaughter (and us) the story of how he fell in love. To have a story from the male POV is a really nice change. The way Kristin described the story location - it's area and the sights and sounds and smells took me from NE Scotland to North Carolina and Boston. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to all.
A beautiful story about young love. A grandfather shares the story with his grnaddaughter on how he met the love of his life. It will make you cry, it will make you smile. A definate beach read, and something that will move your life.
Aww young love!I received a copy from the author and this is a first release for Kristin Flynn. This whole novel was told from the male point of view. The grandfather wrote a letter to his granddaughter to tell her about where he grew up, give her advice and when he fell in love.This whole story takes place in a town called Cape Holly in North Carolina. It is described as a small town. James is a mechanic and is still getting over a heartache from a girl he grew up with. He happens to see Kate after work by the water and talks to her. Kate isn't local. She is from Boston and her family stays at their plantation home there every year. James offers to show her around and she takes him up on his offer. The two spend almost every day with one another. She got to see parts of town she hasn't seen before, meeting the people and hanging out with James and his friends. The two learn so much about one another in such a short amount of time. You see the love develop between the two and it's so cute. With what has happened with James and what is going on with Kate, the two came into one anothers lives at the right time.I like the descriptions the author uses to give you a feel for the scenes. In describing the scenery, she mentions the temperature, colors and the scents that fill the air. This is such a sweet love story and I enjoyed reading it!
This is the story of James McPark; he is writing a letter to his granddaughter explaining that the age she is now is a hard time in life. He explains to her that to prove it, "let me tell you what life was like when I was your age."So begins the story of James McPark at 19 and his friends Andrew, Issac and Ashlee. James has graduated from high school and Andrew and Issac are a year behind. James and Ashlee were in love and after high school Ashlee decided to leave town and go away to college. The small town of Cape Holly was not where she wanted to live and it broke James' heart. While Ashlee is gone James meets Kate whom is only in town for the summer. He shows her around and introduces her to all his friends and they spend the summer together falling in love. While they're falling in love, other events are going on around them, which I'm not going to get into, you need to read the book!I really liked this book, it made me cry and laugh. I just wish the end had been a little more expanded on. I look forward to any books in the future that Kristin writes!