The fourth book to the Briarwood series.. that I need to finish… I hope can get far in it today.
***I didn’t even really add any spoilers; just my little thoughts***
I swear I believe this whole series was based on a kiss. I was annoyed by book three. & also I kept thinking I read this book, but I didn’t I am like this book sounds so familiar to another book I have read the similarities are by far to the same … I wish I could remember which book it was… I know it was some book from last year I read about two teens. But let me see if it is similar once I start to read this book and get into the characters because that description has so many similarities to that one book I had read…
But enough about that let’s talk about Maya and Luke. But before I do I wonder why book five the guy name is Luke and the book six the guy name Lucas… Luke is known for Lucas the short version “nickname” I was confusing by that too …
But other than what I mentioned above, this book was good at one point, but then I got bored and tired of reading because the chapters (it’s was 11 chapters) but the chapters were so long! I was over it by chapter 8. Even though I was over it; I did enjoy Maya and Luke story. ***in the end, this book, wasn’t like the book I have read”** I DID NOT LIKE THIS BOOK PERIOD!!! I am glad I did read this book last because book 5 was actually GOOOD
When an uptight nerd is forced to spend her holiday vacation with a cocky jock…well, let’s just say Christmas at the beach has never been so hot.
With early acceptance to Harvard under her belt and graduation just months away, life is good for Maya Rivero. She’s ready to celebrate Christmas in Mexico with her mother, like every year, leaving behind the Briarwood classmates who’ve never understood her. She can’t wait to say adios to Luke Perona, in particular. Archnemesis, captain of the swim team, and all-around arrogant jerk, he’s become more of a nuisance than ever now that her mom has befriended Luke’s newly divorced mother. They’ve become such good friends, in fact, that Maya’s mother feels compelled to invite the entire Perona family to join them on vacation. Including Luke.
Her vacation is ruined with one fateful invite. But when these two polar opposites are forced to spend time together outside the confines of Briarwood High, the truth becomes startlingly clear. They have more in common than they’d thought. In fact…these long-time rivals might even like each other. And it only takes one major holiday, two meddling mothers, and an epic holiday kiss to make them see it.
Each Briarwood High novel is a completely standalone romance and they can be read in any order.