Friday, November 5, 2010

Gemini Night by Bonnie Hill (Review)

Gemini Night (Star Crossed #3) by Bonnie Hearn Hill

Age Warning: None
Published By: Running Press
Genre: Paranormal, YA Romance
Date Released: October 19, 2010
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Starting her junior year, Logan McRae is excited about her internship atCRUSH magazine. But she is not so excited about her new boyfriend Jeremy’s travel abroad in Ireland. Logan’s in over her head trying to balance school, love, and friends, while trying to solve an astrological mystery—the fate of a Gemini is star-crossed.Will Logan find out who is in danger before the CRUSH Halloween costume party? Can she prove to the publisher she deserves her own astrology column? And will her relationship with Jeremy survive the distance? Only time will tell as Logan continues to reach for the stars!
My Review:
***Warning I don't know if there's spoilers from the first two books or not in this review.***

Gemini Night by Bonnie Hill, has me wanting to learn more about astrology! It's an excellent book, and even though I didn't read the first two in the series I still understood it. The books is easy to read and gets exciting as Logan starts her internship at CRUSH magazine and has to start working her astrology magic.

Logan McRae, an Aquarius, is home from her Writers Camp, and her boyfriend Jeremy is away at his home in Ireland. As Logan begins to start her Junior year of high school, her new mentor Jaffa helps her land a magazine internship at CRUSH (an up and coming magazine). Logan has no clue that along with this magazine will come trouble. And the fact she has to abandon her favorite book Fearless Astrology so she can get the internship will cause even more trouble. When cheerleader Kat and her best friend begin to get up on her case about the soon to be swim suit model shoot at their home town Tera Bella Beach hosted by CRUSH, even more astrological events begin to occur.

Gemini Night the third book in Logan McRae's series Star Crossed has a great plot, and is really smoothly written. Plus it doesn't hurt that the cover gets the readers attention too, I'm pretty sure it's Logan's Pisces friend Paige. Altogether I would recommend this series once I got into Gemini Night it was easy to read, and great for a rainy day.

About the Author:
Bonnie Hearn Hill is the author of Intern and five other adult thriller novels, and she teaches writing in Fresno, California and on Writer’s Digest Online. She also mentors writers and speaks at numerous writing conferences. She lives in Fresno, California.


1 Loud Comments:

Dazzling Mage said...

Interesting! Thanks for the review. =)

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