I still have no clue what Hush Hush stands for.
Everytime I thought of this book I remembered the PCD song Hush Hush.
And let’s just say I am less than fond of the Pussy Cat Dolls.
Also while I do enjoy urban fantasy/paranormal romance at times I am more into contemporary reaslistic fiction.
And I had never read a book on Fallen Angels.
These are the reasons why I read Hush Hush now and not say 2-3 years back.
It wasn’t the best book I have ever read. It wasn’t a book I couldn’t stop gushing about.
It is not one of my favorites.
But I enjoyed the book immensely and finished it in one sitting!
I found the Protagonist Nora Grey likable enough but nothing shone through her personality.
She was the totally generic and at times very stupid.
Her BFF Vee on the other hand was awesome. She was perky and fun and had all these little personality quirks that I would have loved to see in Nora. Vee added all the humour to this book.
I don’t know if anyone else has noticed this but I find that in most YA books the female protagonist’s BFF’s happen to be perkier and funnier!?
Also I soo want Vee as my best friend! And while the topic of what I want, I must mention a certain hot fallen angel.
Patch was the star of this book.
All the girls are gonna be swooning over him.
He is dark, mysterious, cocky and the epitome of bad boys.
And he has a AC/DC Highway To Hell CD!!
I LOVE AC/DC!!
Okay so maybe we can’t really blame Nora for being so stupid and careless. And not even freaking out when she found out he was a fallen angel.She barely even thought of it!
The romance was hot and steamy. Only how majorly overused is the guy-teaches-girl-how-to-play-pool-while-their-bodies-touch sequence? I remember loving it in The OC years ago.
Anyways I thought that their romance was more to do with physical attraction. Okay, it was completely to do with physical attraction. But again I don’t really blame Nora .Patch is worthy of protagonist lust-inesss.
I loved the suspense and mystery aspect of the book. That is what made me keep turning the pages. Also I am definitely going to read the sequel.
I highly recommend this book to lovers of the Twilight Saga.
They are bound to devour this book.
And while it wasn’t an amazing profound book, It at least got me warmed up to the idea of Fallen Angels and well it was a really fun read.
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