Monday, December 31, 2012

Unmaking Hunter Kennedy by Anne Eliot

Hunter Kennedy's life is a mess. He is a famous pop rock star. He has been in a six weeks mental facility after drinking, crashing his car, popping pills and cutting himself. It was a cry for help. His mother decides that fame is too much for him. She sends him to live with his great aunt in Monument, Colorado. He meets the Roth children, Charlie and Vere, who are to help him in the transition.

Vere has had a crush on Curtis for years. She has been teased non stop at school for it. When she meets Hunter, she has no idea who he is. But his brother does. When she is told that Hunter needs a disguise she decides to make him into a dork. Everyone believes Hunter is Dustin McHugh.

At the beginning Hunter is very upset about what his mom is forcing him to do. But after he is done with his new disguise and meets Vere, he is not sure this is not a good thing for him.

The more they get along and they open their hearts, the more Hunter falls for Vere. He knows he can stay forever, and he is trying to help Vere overcome her shyness and possible lossing her to Curtis. But, how long can he keep his feelings secret?
I recommend this book. It was fun reading the unmaking of Hunter. Vere was naive and sweet girl. The kiss was the best.
4/5 Fangs

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