Hush, Hush: Hush, Hush
By Becca Fitzpatrick
Nora is warned to stay away from Patch. He's too dangerous. When they're assigned to be Biology partners she does her best to steer clear but can't deny there is something incredibly alluring about him. Shortly after their meeting, a series of events leave her shaken and doubting the people she knows and trusts. How can she figure out who to trust when everyone seems to want her dead?
Lame summary is lame but so is this book. I have wanted to read it for a while because the covers for this series are very interesting. Guh. Guh, guh, guh, and guh. This is so obviously a Twilight rip-off that tries to... I guess drag out the bad boy vibe in the main male character. Nora is a stupid, please read - STUPID main character. She says the cliched "I'm not afraid of you" and turns around and runs away two paragraphs later? I smell a Mary Sue. Then the side characters, I'm annoyed with her best friend and the way she acts with her best friend and somehow they're best friends with "an invisible string" connecting them but I don't see their chemistry. I don't see her chemistry with the male character. I don't see her chemistry with anyone. She doesn't even have chemistry with her own inner voice and constantly flips back and forth. Maybe the rest is better but I'm not about to find out and can't wait until my trip to the used bookstore to sell this thing back.