6/4/15

Book Review~ Six Days







Title: Six Days
Genre:  Romance
Author: Randileigh Kennedy
Purchase Links: Amazon
Connect With the Author: Website, Twitter








In an effort to disappear from the disappointing life she was living, Addie packed up her car in the middle of the night. She began driving, aimlessly, in search of a new life away from everyone and everything she'd ever known. Unsure of what she was even looking for, one brief stranger encounter opened her up to a new world. And better than that, one small, simple dare from a handsome man held the possibility of changing the only life she had ever known.

*All books in the SIX Series can be read independently, they are not cliff hangers - although they are more enjoyable when read in sequence.
*Author's note: Very few mild swear words, no graphic sexual descriptions - appropriate for ages 15+.








Six Days is a great, fun read with some heavier undertones extending from the past. It features a great group of friends who seem like a lot of fun and welcome Addie into the fold immediately. I love their tradition of dares to help their friends improve themselves, it's so sweet and is used well in this story. We should always strive to help those we love help themselves, and they certainly were those types of friends.

I really enjoyed the development and interactions with the characters. I would really like to see a little bit more, or at least an epilogue. As frequently happens, and as I've said before, I myself am totally guilty of, the ending goes by way too fast. There's conflict and then *bam* end of book. I like to see things a little more neatly resolved and wrapped up. Honestly, that's really my only big critique. Otherwise, I loved Six Days and would love to read more by Randileigh.

  



Sex? Nothing explicit, it is fade to black and implied, but still a "clean romance" as far as sex goes.
Language? Yes.
Drugs and alcohol? They drink socially
Religion? No.
Anything else? No.








Randileigh Kennedy grew up in Nevada and now resides in the Midwest. Aside from writing she loves party planning, cooking (especially themed party food!) and DIY projects (though they never come out as cool for her as they look on Pinterest). For more on Randileigh Kennedy, visit her website/blog at www.randileighkennedy.com.



*I received a free e-copy of this book in exchange for my honest review, all opinions are 100% my own.
*Thank you to The Indie View for connecting me to this author.