Friday, May 20, 2016

Winging It by Cate Cameron

About Cate Cameron

Cate Cameron grew up in the city but moved to the country in her mid-twenties and isn’t looking back. Most of her writing deals with people living and loving in small towns or right out in the sticks—when there aren’t entertainment options on every corner, other people get a lot more interesting!

She likes to write stories about real people struggling with real issues. YA, NA, or contemporary romance, her books are connected by their emphasis on subtle humor and characters who are trying to do the right thing, even when it would be a lot easier to do something wrong.

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Review by Suze
Nat and Toby used to be good friends. Unfortunately a lot of things have come between them and they've lost their easy friendship ever since Toby became a successful hockey player. That used to be Nat's dream, but there isn't a team for girls she can join. When Toby's cousin Scott is back in town Nat sees her chance to finally make him notice her. If Toby pretends to be her boyfriend Scott will go after her, like he does with everything Toby has. In her mind the plan is pretty solid, but in real life there are feelings involved. Toby is happy to play along as he loves spending time with Nat and he's glad he has his best friend back, even if it's just for a little while. But what will happen after that time, can they still hang out or will he lose Nat to his cousin forever?
Winging It is a story about two athletic people. I loved the fact that Nat is completely herself. She doesn't pretend to be someone she isn't. Even though her plan might not be completely honest she always says what's on her mind. She's endearing and not so tactful, which is quite funny sometimes. Toby is really sweet. He's prepared to do anything for Nat. He's such a good guy. Scott is a player, who also has a friendly and sensitive side. When there's a love triangle someone's bound to get hurt, but Cate Cameron solves that problem in a good way due to which none of the story is sad and the ending is happy for everyone.
Winging It is a wonderful quick and easy read. The story is romantic and fun. It definitely put a smile on my face. Winging it is a book that makes the reader happy, which is something I find important in a romantic story. Crush is the third book of a series, but it can be read as a standalone as well. I had no problem following the story while I haven't read the first two books in the series. I did purchase them straight away as I liked Winging It very much. I love stories about sports and hockey is such a great one to read about. Everything is exactly right in this story, which makes Winging It an amazing romantic read.

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1 comment:

  1. I'm not a very athletic person, so I don't think I would really relate to this story.