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Stuck On Vacation With Ryan Rupert (The Ryan Rupert Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"I loved this book so much. YA romance readers will love this book because it is not just a typical love story." - Annarea
"Stuck on Vacation with Ryan Rupert is the kind of book that is good for the soul." - Common Book Sense
"The story was captivating with surprising twists and sweet romance. The mystery aspect of it kept me wanting to read more." - Anna--This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B07CT3SD43
- Language : English
- File size : 2522 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 382 pages
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It was at about the 50% mark I realised I was thinking about the book all wrong. I wasn’t reading a book that was trying to change the world or teach me a lesson. I was reading a book that just wanted to entertain me. I had a Disney movie light bulb moment and really started to enjoy the book and appreciate it for what it was.
This book is like a Disney channel teen movie. Not deep and meaningful. But super cheesy and at times preposterous. It’s light, fluffy, fun and extremely entertaining – if you’re in the right mood.
The stories redeeming qualities: Aubany’s fighting spirit. Aubany’s fear of the ocean and her overcoming it. The murderous twist. The writing being easy to read and the story flowing well. Heck even with the issues my mummy brain had with Ryan and the parental units in the story, I still couldn’t help but enjoy the story.
Stuck On Vacation With Ryan Rupert is a hate to love YA romance set on an island paradise with a murderous twist and I can see myself reading and enjoying the sequel to once it’s released.
Who would like this book: Younger YA readers, as i’m sure they’d love it if their parents abandoned them on an island OR someone fed up with everything having to have a deeper meaning and that is just after a fun read.