Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Tidings of Great Boys by Shelley Adina

Publisher: Faithworks
Pages 229
Source: Review copy

This review is my own work and opinion. I have not been paid for this review.

Mac doesn't want to spend her two week holiday in her dad's castle in Scotland. She invites her friends Lissa, Shani, Carly and Gillian to join her. She believes if she organizes the traditional dance and asks her mother to help her with it that she will be able to get her parents back together. This is just the beginning of problems for Mac and her friends. I think the one thing I enjoyed so much about this book was how clean it was. It was refreshing to pick up a book that was not vulgar or obscene. I look forward to putting it on my shelves.

1 comment:

  1. I read the first three books in this series, and I can tell you you will enjoy them if you liked this one. I included them in a list I made of YA recommendations from 2009--all those books were clean.