Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett

I have seen Jenn’s work at the bookstores for many years, but can you believe I haven’t read one of her books until now? Ugh, I am so ashamed! But, you guys, get a load of her newest book!

Thank you Simon Pulse for gifting me a copy in exchange for my honest review.

Birdie has gone through a lot in her childhood. Losing her parents and then raised by her strict grandparents, Birdie has had a lot to experience on her own. Her mother’s best friend has helped in that process. Birdie has turned to mystery books for most of her life for new adventures (a girl after my own heart). Then, a one-night stand with Daniel has completely changed her perspective on things. She was incredibly nervous about their interaction and actually ran away right after they hooked-up. Little did she know that Daniel was her new co-worker at her latest job. Can she handle this new adventure in her life?

THIS BOOK IS SO DARN CUTE. It’s weird though…I fell in love with Birdie as a character, but hated her initial interactions with Daniel. I wanted to scream at her! He was just so stinking adorable and she was totally missing the memo! Of course, that makes this book all the more addicting to read. There’s something so magical about reading books about a first love. This one takes the cake.

5/5 Stars

16 thoughts on “Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett

  1. I really want to check this out. I’ve read Jenn Bennett in the past. I liked Alex, Approximately but wasn’t a big fan of Starry Eyes. I do want to check this one out. It does sound like such a cute read. I am so glad to see you ended up loving it.

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