Monday, July 22, 2013

Book Review #344 - Beauty and the Beat by Kate Forster

Beauty and the Beat

Mia knows what she wants in life – she was born to perform, and she doesn't need anyone's help to succeed.

So when she is paired with the obnoxious new guy for her final music assessment, she is beyond frustrated. Rob is rude, disrespectful and has terrible taste in music. They have absolutely zero in common.

But as they spend more time together, Mia starts to realise that there's more to Rob than she'd thought. That he might even be the guy she never knew she was looking for. Too bad she's already scared him off...
My Rating: 4/5
I received this book for review from Hardie Grant Egmont.
I found this book really easy to read. I read it in only a few short hours and in one sitting.
The characters, although stereotyped were actually really likeable and easy to relate to. I didn't like Mia at first as I thought she was too uptight and arrogant but she completely changed by the end of the book.
Although it rarely mentions that it is set in Australia, it definitely had an Australian city life feel about it.
I definitely did feel a connection between Mia and Rob, but their relationship progressed too quickly for my liking.
I would recommend this book for anyone looking for a fun, light contemporary read.

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