Sunday, June 26, 2016

REVIEW: Adjournment (The Fate Series Book 1)By Emersyn Vallis

When I chose to leave home I knew what I was giving up. I knew I was walking away from life as I knew it and the plans that we had made. 
We…us…him and I… 
It’s funny to think of him in a different light…or life. 
That’s what it feels like, a lifetime ago. 
But I’m a different person now. I have rules and goals. And if it wasn’t for my parents' vow renewal I would have successfully evaded him for the rest of my life. This is not by choice, I can tell you that. 
I just need to focus and remember the key to this weekend is avoidance…and alcohol. But if anyone can pull that off it’s me, Sidney Chandler, queen of avoiding anything that will make me feel. 
It’s just one weekend, right? 
One very long weekend with my family…friends…my sisters and me…together, and our nemeses, the McAllister triplets. 
What could possibly go wrong? 
They say you never forget your first love, now just imagine how hard it is to forget your only. 
This is going to suck. 


What an intriguing different book to read. I absolutely couldn't put this book down i read it in one night. This novel is full of playful warlike boy vs girl scenarios. Silly and immature but fun and hilarious.
Sidney oh sweet strong willed Sidney. After having her heart broken to bits years and years before she is stuck for the weekend with her crazy family and the guy that tore her world apart ten years before.
Simon oh sexy gorgeous alluring Simon what can you say. He is quite the sneaky trickster devil for sure. For most of the book i thought he was a creeper that watched her and stalked her.
Full of mystery and intrigue in a family/friend setting.
Grams has got to be one of the most hilarious feisty old ladies she is by far my favorite of the characters.
5 Stars

 Emersyn Vallis currently resides on the east coast with her husband and three girls. She is typically mistaken for being quiet and reserved but those that know her know, she's deep in thought plotting out stories lines and conversations in her head. When she's not writing she's a cook, a personal baker to her family, a chauffeur, a mediator, a guidance counselor, a stenographer, an art judge, a personal shopper and above all a caffeine chugging, Reese's Cup addict. She's fluent in sarcasm and hopes one day her girls learn the language. After reading as a hobby for most of her life it wasn't until she had discovered R. L. Mathewson's 'Neighbor from Hell Series' and Tara Sivec's 'Playing with Fire Series' that she came up with the idea to fuse comedy and suspense together and her passion for writing was born.

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