Saturday, July 30, 2011

Review of BFF and the Secret Santa by Amanda Lawrence Auverigne


It’s the last week of classes at university, and Lydia Foster is struggling to find happiness.

She's lost the love of her life, Lucas, who ended their relationship to be with someone else.

Her best friend Amber is having a torrid affair with a professor and Lydia must keep it a secret.

Her final exams are extremely stressful and Lydia is worried about her grades.

On the morning of her last examination, Lydia awakens to discover that her troubles are just beginning.

She receives a gift from a friend that changes her life.

                                                                   About BFF and the Secret Santa
A young college bound woman tries to get over a bad break-up. Lydia can't get past her ex-boyfriend's betrayal. Her struggle is that of a person trying to move on. Lydia isn't all alone she has a quirky friend and a best friend that is aloof but has always been there for her. Lydia is attractive and intelligent and draws the attention of the male population. The decision lies in whether she is ready to move on.  Containing humongous amounts of humor which delivers well in huge parts to ,Karen, Lydia's friend.  As the story progresses Lydia's regular life starts to take a turn into nightmare right into the end. Frightening secrets surface that most readers might not see coming. The things readers might not enjoy is it has a bit of a lot of description that detracts from the story. Does for the most part come out as a captivating read most of the times. The ending is the shining moment.
                                                                    Overall: Good  read
                                                    Genre: Dark fiction 

                                                     My Star Review 

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Available as: E-book, Kindle Edition 

   Ebook:  213pgs.
   Recommended Ages: 17 and Up 

  Published:  December 18th 2010

                                                         For This Review:*Author Provided Copy For Review*

                                                                    About the Author 
Amanda Lawrence Auverigne writes dark fiction. She lives in the United States. She currently resides in an isolated century old mansion. To read more of Amanda's stories, please visit                                              


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