Let’s back up a little. You see, I’d received the book, The Sister Pact by Cami Checketts, to review a few days earlier, but the moment I took it out the package, my sixteen-year-old daughter swiped it and vanished. The next day she brought it back. She’s a big reader, but with her heavy high school schedule, which consists mostly of college-level courses, I was amazed that she’d finished so quickly.
“How was it?” I asked. “On a scale of one to five stars, what would you give it? Three being you liked it and four meaning you loved it. Five would be that it was amazing.”
“Four and a half,” she said without hesitation.
“That high? Are you sure?” Believe me, that’s incredible praise coming from a teen who reads so much.
So the next day I was lying on the couch feeling sorry for myself, and I picked up The Sister Pact. Miraculously, it helped me forget about my illness for several hours. It was a quick and enjoyable read, especially if you love romanctic supsense novels. As I usually read national women’s fiction and contemporary paranormal that are sometimes a challenge to follow (with all their heavy social concepts and their weird new worlds), this was a perfect book for me that day. I enjoyed the flirty dialogue between the two main characters, and I even wanted to slap the guy a few times right along with the female heroine! I truly wanted to strangle the nurse.
The Sister Pact is a good novel for teens, too, as you don’t have to worry about inappropriate scenes. If my daughter is any indication, they will love it. The Sister Pact also contains a good message about body image that could positively influence teens, though this is not an integral part of the plot and not delved into very deeply so it won’t turn teens off. I know my daughter will be eagerly awaiting any more books from Cami Checkets.
To read a blurb on the book or the first chapter, please visit the author’s website: http://www.camichecketts.com/.