Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Review of Don't Kiss Him Goodbye

Don't Kiss Him Good-bye by Sandra Byrd is the third book in the London Confidential series. Savvy Smith has been living in London for almost a year, and when she's about to get comfortable, the May Day Ball arrives. The May Day Ball is a day that girls and guys plan months in advance for, and Savvy has only a little time! However, she soon meets an amazing guy, but he's a little rough around the edges. Also, someone knows one of her biggest secrets- but who?

Will Savvy figure out what to do about the ball? Who found out that she secretly writes for the school paper?

Find out in Don't Kiss Him Good-Bye

I absolutely loved this book and found no objectionable content, which is absolutely awesome. The main character strikes me as incredibly real, and her world is so tangible yet so entertaining. The lessons one can learn from this book include what to do about interest in guys who aren't Christians (not dating them) and doing the right thing. This author did an incredible job at writing a book girls, preteens, and teens can enjoy.

I highly recommend this book and rate it five out of five stars.

Specifics: (from amazon.com) 
~ Paperback: 256 pages 
~ Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers (September 27, 2010)

Note: This book was provided freely to me by Tyndale Publishers for reviewing purposes. I am not obligated to write a positive review, only a honest one.



Sierra said...

I have really been wanting to read those!Now I want to more.Sierrra

Hayhay said...

My friend (Savvy) is based on Savvy in your book. She's good friends with the author. Just ask her. :))

~Prism~ said...

@Sierra: They are really well written :)

@Hayhay: Really! Dude, that is way too cool! :)


Shelley said...

Cool! So what is the title of the first book? :) Great review!

~Prism~ said...

@Shelley: It's called Asking For Trouble. :)

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Emii said...

It looks like a great book, from the look and the sound of it -- so I'm going to see if I can get it.
Great review, Prism!:)

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