Mar 4, 2014

Sophie's Secret Review

After shedding 30 pounds of baby fat, Sophie Sinora has grown into a pretty, but insecure, teen in bloom. To make her life more complicated, Sophie can sometimes read minds.

Sophie's BFFs, AJ and Krysta, are also 'gifted' with paranormal abilities. Keeping their gifts secret proves difficult, as their powers are strengthening, making them feel more and more like freaks.

When Sophie falls for Jacob, she hopes he'll ask her out to the Freshman Formal. But when she's forced to cheat and lie for him, she wonders how far she'll have to go to make him like her. Add to her growing list of problems - her teacher's suicidal thoughts, a locker bully who wants to kick her butt, the hot school flirt who won't stop teasing her, her pregnant sister who boots Sophie out of her room, and the growing tension between Sophie and her best friends.

Sophie's got issues. Hopefully, she can fix them in time to save her teacher's life and her social life.

When I first started reading this book, I honestly did not think I would like it but once I got through the first chapter I could not put it down. It was just slow to start at first but then it picks up and gets better. Sophie seems to have every problem thrown her way all at the same time. As you read you see Sophie go from a quiet girl to a teen who stands and fights back. I love the attitude she has by the end of the book. She becomes a fighter and that is just awesome! It does not hurt that she ends up with the cutest guy in school that every girl wants ;) 

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