Blast From Two Pasts by Kristel S. Villar | Review

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Blast from Two Pasts Romance 140 pages

Fate’s been playing tricks on Cara Nicolas lately. She agrees to go on a blind date with her best friend’s fiancé’s cousin, only to discover that the guy is her first love from high school, Lucas Lobregat. Now that would have been a charming story, except that the date turns out to be one of the worst ever. And they can’t even pretend it never happened, because they’re both suddenly part of the wedding preparations.

Just as she is starting to get to know more about the boy she used to love, Oliver Sta. Maria, an old flame who owes her some closure, surprisingly shows up. With two pasts resurfacing, which will Cara choose to rekindle? Or can she have the chance to choose at all?

 


Review

This is a cute story that many will relate to. Villar does a great job of capturing the humor, joy, and frustration of relationships. This book is a quick easy read and lots of fun – very much your typical romantic comedy.

I think the writing could use some improvement, and I didn’t like it when the narrator switched from inner dialogue to talking to the reader- it threw me a little. I also did not like the best friend, I felt her character was flat and just bitter.

Overall this was a good book and I enjoyed reading the story.

Read the first six chapters here.


Disclaimer: I received a free e-copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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