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Review: Confessions of a Kleptomaniac - Jessica Sorensen



Confessions of a Kleptomaniac (Rebels & Misfits, #1)


Review: Confessions of a Kleptomaniac - Book #1 Rebels and Misfits - Jessica Sorensen - October 2015



One of my favorite authors to read is Jessica Sorensen. Lately, I have been going through Kindle and reading older books as well as newer titles. I was in the mood for a Jessica Sorensen and Confessions of a Kleptomaniac jumped out at me.  Luna Harvey has secrets and confessions about her life that she has been keeping hidden. Everyone sees this good girl and Miss. Perfect but her life is far from it. Luna's parents are strict, and her punishments are extreme like her clothes being burned in a bonfire. Luna also talks about her Aunt Ashlynn whom the family disowned fourteen years ago and to top it off Luna is a closet kleptomaniac. Lately, Grey's eyes have wandered over to Luna, and he is trying to become a better person as he hated the way he acted before his father died. Luna and Grey over the course of the novel start to get close, and Luna finds herself confessing about her life to Grey. As this novel was quite a YA novel, we can easily see where the story is going to end. I have to admit though the twist with Ashlynn, I didn't expect that I had thought that she was possibly Luna's actual mother not the way it turned out when we discovered the truth about Ashlynn and why she was disowned. If you are looking for a good YA novel aimed at 14-16+ years then Jessica Sorensen's Rebels and Misfits series are the books for you.




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