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New England Dreams (Northbrooke High Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Sienna, with her pink dreads and piercings, meets Kyle, an all-American clean-cut jock, on a plane where they make out... only to be physically separated by the air steward. When they find themselves at the same school, Sienna feels snubbed and Kyle conflicted, despite their growing attraction. And that's before others start getting involved...
The story was one of those that kept a smile pasted on my face throughout. Yes, it's light and fluffy, but the characters were witty and feisty and realistic, and we all need these types of stories in our lives sometimes. A sweet, uplifting read.
new england dreams was my favourite of the whole new england series. There was never a dull moment in the story and I loved how cool the main character Sienna was. I also liked the fact that Kyle began to realise that he has been unpleasant in the past and changed.
I would highly recommend this series because I’ve read it 3 times and I’ve never been bored.
Ruby, aged 16
Sienna stays with her relatives and she will go to an American high school. When Sienna starts at the school there's already someone she knows quite well. How can it be that Kyle even shares some of her classes and what will they do?
New England Dreams is a fun story about an English girl who's been through a lot at home. Sienna is tough and I loved her from the start. She knows what she wants and she can stand up for herself. Pia Fenton portrays her in a colorful creative way. Kyle used to be a jerk, but he's trying to be nicer. It's a great character trait that he's able to acknowledge his own flaws and wants to work on them. He's actually a pretty good guy. I really liked the chemistry between him and Sienna. They're different, but they have more in common than they think.
New England Dreams is a wonderful romantic story. The book is part of a series, but it can also be read as a standalone. I loved Pia Fenton's vivid descriptions of the main characters and their surroundings. I often had to smile while reading this story because she writes with a lovely sense of humor. The Northbrooke High stories are light and entertaining and they are a joy to read. I can't wait to try more of Pia Fenton's books.
New England Dreams is book 4 in the Northbrooke High series of #YA #Romance. This book would easily suit younger teenagers and is a quick easy read. Seventeen year old Sienna Randall has pink dreads and piercings, she's on her way to America to stay with relatives for a few months after a traumatic split-up between her parents. On the same aeroplane is Northbrooke High's No.1 Jock, clean-cut Kyle Everett on his way home from skiing in Europe. The pair get chatting and some how end up making out on the plane while the lights are low, but are soon in trouble with the crew and separated at arrivals.
Sienna is totally the opposite of Kyle's normal girlfriends, and something about her makes him question his privileged lifestyle and the way it is heading. Thinking they would never see each other again they are both surprised when Sienna turns up at Kyle's school. There follows lots of normal teenage behaviour, does he like me? Does she like me? With lost of resistance from local girls.
I wasn't convinced by some of the dialogue, at times it was a little unnatural especially where the adults were involved and I didn't believe that in today's high health and safety times that a school would ever make a student responsible for organising the school skiing trip, with teachers just tagging along. However for the early teens YA reading audience, the main theme will be the romance side which will work well for this age group.
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