My Rating: 4 of 5 stars
Night Sky is a sweet and tender YA read. I was initially drawn to its beautiful cover and intriguing title, and was happy that the story ended up being just as enchanting.
This book is written in the POV of a teenaged boy, which initially had me thinking hmmm…probably not for me. I figured I’d give it a shot regardless and cannot express how thrilled I am for doing so!
Jameson is a senior in high school and in love with his best friend Sarah, to whom he is too terrified to reveal his feelings. When another boy steps into the picture, Jameson is left to wallow in his regret for never having the courage to make a move…
Enter Sky: A beautiful, exotic, endearing college girl who happens to be a total goddess—what a way to take his mind off of…what’s her name?? Sky is part Native-American and has a thing for complete honesty…but she also has something huge she’s hiding from Jameson.
This story presented a heartwarming portrayal of young love blossoming into maturity. It transported me back into my own teenage years as I remembered the excitement of falling in love for the very first time. Perry has done an excellent job capturing the thoughts and emotions of a young boy in love. Really sweet read!
▪ Genre/Category: Young Adult
▪ Steam Caliber: Clean
▪ Romance: Sweet and endearing.
▪ Characters: Well portrayed and lovable.
▪ Plot: Centered on finding that first love. Twist in plot.
▪ Writing: Engaging, fresh, and seasoned.
▪ POV: 1st Person: Hero
▪ Cliffhanger: None/Standalone