Saturday, November 22, 2014

Review of Diamonds in the Rough

Cover Candy, Edition 19 | Dreaming Under the Same MoonTitle: Diamonds in the Rough

Author: Michelle Madow

Series:  Secret Diamond sisters book 2
Chapters: 3
Pages: 439

Genre: Teen chick lit

Rating: 4 stars

     Diamonds in the Roughis the second book in The Secret Diamond sisters series. It pretty much picks up where the first book left off.  In the first book I wondered why the chapters were written from Peyton, Courtney , Savannah, and Madison’s point of views. After reading this book that question was answered. ’  
     Diamonds in the Rough was a good book. I enjoyed it more that the first book. I feel that the diamond sisters have started to grow up. Though Peyton still has a long way to go. Peyton still doesn’t seem to understand that her choices and actions don’t just affect her but those around her. After reading Diamonds in the Rough I am actually starting to like Madison. I didn’t see that happening but it did.

     Though Diamonds in the Rough answered some questions it left a lot of unanswered questions which leaves me waiting for book 3.  Diamonds in the Rough was a good read. However I would stress that it is for older teens and younger olders. The characters in the books have behaviors that are not right for teens to do, but it is an learning tool.

I was given an e-copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 

1 comment:

  1. Glad you liked this one, Carissa; I actually didn't like it as well as book one (and like you agree; Peyton is getting on my nerves - she has such an unhealthy view of love or perhaps relationships is a better term), but am hopeful book three is all the better for it! :)