REVIEW: “HIDING THINGS” by S.C. Wynne

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TITLE: Hiding Things
AUTHOR: S.C. Wynne
PUBLISHER: Dreampsinner Press
GENRE:  Contemporary Romance
COVER ARTIST: Bree Archer
E-BOOK:yes
PRICE: $ 4,01 on Amazon
LENGTH: 82 pages
RELEASE DATE: Spetember  23, 2015

 

BLURB: Mason Downing is good at a lot of things, but math isn’t one of them. What he is good at is hiding the fact that he’s a poor kid on a full scholarship at elite Bragson University—though he won’t be there for long if he can’t get his grades up.
Carter Lantor is the embodiment of all that Mason pretends to be: rich, confident, and smart. But when Carter is handpicked to be Mason’s new math tutor, Mason learns that he’s not the only one hiding things. Soon, Carter’s picture-perfect façade begins to crack under the pressure of his father’s expectations and his own unhappiness.
Together, Mason and Carter must teach each other that no matter how much they question their place in the world, their love for one another might be the answer they are looking for.

 

11910609_10200825378993082_554788686_nWonderful, sweet love story
Hiding Things is a wonderfully written, short love story. You get an hour of great fun reading it.
Writing a good short story is never easy. You get to grab the reader’s attention and make them fall for the story very quickly in order to give the required reading experience. This happens perfectly here. S.c. Wynne has an amazing writing style full of heart and wit. This is a heartwarming story with two MCs who have their own baggage, but seem to feel at ease in each other’s company enjoying the joking and flirting.
Carter and Mason are both college students coming from completely different background, both being kind of antisocial for various reasons. Their chance meeting changes their lives for good and for the better… I love the double point of view, especially their meeting scene told from both of their POVs. It’s always fascinating to me how different people perceive the same situation. They feel drawn to each other from the beginning and their relationship is growing with every meeting they have. Young adulthood is a very difficult part of a person’s life. Being dependent from the parents also living your own path is a complicated situation to handle. The topic is truly up to date, the conversations life-like, the writing fun and smart. I enjoyed every page of it!
This is a real feel-good story you will truly love! Highly recommended!

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****I would like to thank the Author and the Publisher for the opportunity and privilege of reading this ARC. My review was an honest opinion of the book****

 

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