Saturday, January 2, 2016

The Distance Between Us by Kasie West

Product Details  I was looking for something quick and easy to read and this one fit the bill.  I read it as my task # 46 guilty pleasure.   It's the story of young love, coming from different backgrounds and not judging a book by it's cover.   It's about not letting your emotional baggage determine the course of your future.

Caymen grows up with her mom, living above their business selling dolls.   Her mother was disowned by her parents when she fell in love with a rich boy and become pregnant.  He headed for the hills at the first sign of the pregnancy, leaving Caymen and her mom all alone.

Fast forward.  Caymen is 17 and living the life of a 40 year old   She can't get away from the store and feels like she has more responsibilities than she should.  Enter rich boy, Zander, who  is trying to figure his own life out.   Zander and Caymen just sort of fit - much to Caymen's mother's dismay.

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see how this one turns out, but if you're a sucker for a happy ending without much effort,  this one is entertaining.  I gave it 3 out of 5 stars.

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