Autumn’s Kiss (Autumn Falls #1) by Bella Thorne
Synopsis: Kiss and tell…
Everyone knows how crazy junior year is, but Autumn Falls never imagined it would be so flirty. The wish-granting diary her father left her stopped working, leaving Autumn to decode what’s going on with her and Sean on her own. He seems into her…and he also seems into Reenzie. But when J.J. steps up and tells Autumn he’s the one she should be with if she wants someone who really cares about her, and a pop star makes a major play for her, Autumn is totally confused. Her friends have Big Drama issues going on, too, and Autumn wants to be there for them. Then something mind-blowing happens. She’s suddenly given an incredible, crazy-fun opportunity: a map that takes her anyplace she wants to go. At first it seems like an amazing gift. But showing up IRL where you’re least expected has life-changing consequences. Is Autumn ready to handle the fallout?
I applaud Bella Thorne for this book. I know she has dyslexia so it’s hard for her. Before reading her book series, I wasn’t a huge fan of her. I didn’t like the Disney show Shake it Up; she was in it. After reading her books, I’m more fond of her.
I thought her book series was going to be an extremely cheesy book because Bella is from Disney Channel, but it was surprisingly not. I’d recommend this to anyone. I like this a lot more than some contemporary books I’ve read and I am a huge fan of contemporary. The book is way better than the synopsis makes it sound. Make sure to read the first book as well.