REVIEW: Fearless by Devon Hartford


After moving from stuffy Washington D.C. to laid back San Diego, Samantha Smith hopes to shed her troubled past and reinvent herself as a freshman at San Diego University. 

Her parents are pressuring her to major in Accounting, because it’s the safe thing to do. But Samantha really wants to try something more adventurous.

When she crosses paths with a handsome tattoo-clad bad boy, her life is turned upside down, and Samantha finds herself juggling more adventure than she ever dreamed possible.


There were 4 things I didn't like about some of the characters actions and choices (this is against the annoying reality of these individuals not the book)

1) Samantha our heroin, had wayyyyyy to many insecurities about her art.
2) I found her a little psycho at times when she would become possessive of Adonis, but he would do things nowing she liked him.
3) I hated the fact Adonis would have sex, get caught and then just say they're not together so it shouldn't bother Samantha. All whilst knowing she liked him.
4) Samantha could say some really hurtful things too.

This story is good but also real, the character

s have been built to be flawed the above shouldn't put you off because it gets better and they appear to be overcome, well some anyway.

I loved the idea of this surrounding art and I hope Samantha becomes truly great at it when Adonis says she has potential. 

I will be reading the next in the series and hoping some things will be cleared up since I haven't read much about Sam's goth ways and [I want to know whether she has an eating disorder because it appears she does eating all that ice cream then shoving her fingers down her throat after... And will Adonis find out?

I liked this book and I'll be reading the rest give it a go! :D

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