Hush, Hush Review

Saga: Hush, Hush | Author: Becca Fitzpatrick | Genre: Young Adult Fiction; Romance; Fantasy Fiction | Rating: 4/5

Does this look right? If not, who cares.

Okay.. Am I already embarrassed that I am doing this and currently hiding in my closet writing this so that I don’t risk being seen? Sure. Am I having a blast? Sure. So I am starting with my personal favorite… The Hush, Hush series. Why do I love these books so much??? Hmm probably because I am Vee and I appreciate the author’s humor. This is my trial post, this is my baby. So, let’s dive in??? 

If you find yourself being, I dunno like 20ish and still find yourself going to the young adult fiction section at the bookstore/library then saddle tf up and let’s do this. So basically Idk how this differs from any other teenage HS super natural romance where the main character is a young, “ordinary girl” who just happens to fall in love with someone supernatural. Which then throws her into endless danger where she somehow survives and just surprisingly adjusts well and barely makes it out of multiple near death situations while not being locked up in troubled youth facility or failing HS….. Am I rambling? Also why does it so happen that every damsel in distress turns out to be the key to some type of huge important thing? 

Nora Grey plays (??) ok, is this a movie review? Anyways.. Nora Grey is an “ordinary” HS student who happens to meet a fallen angel named Patch. He is of course a bad boy, hence the fallen part. These books are different because the author Becca Fitzpatrick has the ability to take a teen romance and not make it corny. I love it when a book has some really good dry sarcasm that can actually make me laugh and not cringe like so many others have done. Of course this follows the norm teen romance route where Nora is faced with many obstacles with her on and off again boo thang Patch. Let me just tell you…… He will make your blood boil in one of these books but I’m going to let you figure out the when and who for yourselves and yes I am a tease like that. 

Okay so idk what I am doing but I just wanted to share these books first since I LITerally don’t know any other human that has read them and I refuse to ask because I am swallowed up by my embarrassment that I am reading books about supernatural teenagers instead of powerful historical women novels. ( I HAVE TRIED ) 

Well, if you have made it this far and have no clue what my blog is about then we are on the same page. Should I do a rate?? Numbers are just hard. Let’s give it a 4.5/5 for sentimental value and enough room incase someone realizes something awful about the book and I have to agree out of embarrassment that I didn’t realize that too. 

xoxo, your trashy blogger

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Let’s get a few things straight. No beating around anyone’s bush –> straight to the factttsss. This blog will only consist of posts that I will immediately regret after posting due to the fact that I have no business having any type of opinion on absolutely anything.. Also if you are hoping to read some genius interpretation of some of the finest literature please do both of us a favor and just block me, or whatever you do on WordPress to completely erase the risk of you reading my trash reviews that will make you instantly hate me and want to tell me why.

Also if you haven’t noticed…. I am not a writer, and I usually never reread anything. (Or am I just that bad at English that I can’t form a correct sentence?) So if bad punctuation and incorrect use of words drives you crazy please join the people who already hate me because I am a disgrace to book bloggers everywhere.

This is my little oasis where I can drink my wine, probably get a little too tipsy and post my reviews about the books that I am usually too embarrassed to openly say I am reading. (Why do I still love young teen love, gross)

Okay now if you are a visual person and want to know what kind of blog this is. Picture a trashcan on fire. No further explanation needed.

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