Book Review Living in the Shallows

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livingshallowsTitle: Living the Shallows

Author: Tani Hanes

Genre: YA Romance

Aileen Foster, a shy, 22 year old student from LA, thinks she has landed a dream job as an interpreter for some actors making a film in Japan. She gets a surprise when she arrives in Tokyo and finds out that they are UK Crush, the hottest boyband around. She has been orphaned for most of her life, and it’s a shock for her to enter their world of frank physicality. The boys come to love her, and Aileen is forced to look at her life and choices, and decide if she’s ready to be brave and start living.

 

Review: Aileen is a shy student from LA who has landed her dream job, interpreting for some actors making a film in Japan. Turns out the actors aren’t just actors, but the hottest Boyband on the planet, UK Crush. I loved this story! Aileen was amazing, the guys were great, and basically it’s just a swoon-worthy love story that forces you to keep turning the pages and rush through it till you reach the end.

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