Trust – Book Review

Title: Trust

Author: Kylie Scott

Publisher: Kylie Scott

Pages: 374

Publication Date: July 18, 2017

Rating: 5 stars

Synopsis: Held at gun point in a convenience store, and held as a hostage, Edie, has her views on the world changed. She had currently been going to a private school, but she’s had enough of the pretentious people at her school and enrolls at her local public high school. She made some new friends and becomes friends with John, the guy who risked his life for her during the robbery. They form a friendship of sorts and talk to each other. They both understand what the other one through. Edie goes to therapy and talks to John, they both help each other through tje nihhtnares they both seem to have. She also learns that John is an ex drug dealer. They may be more but what see what happens when John’s older brother, who was a drug dealer and Drug user comes into the picture.

Thoughts: I love this! Trust really captures how today really is in the world. It shows how just because you messed up, you can redeem yourself. You can take a lot away from this and how you shouldn’t have to be someone else just because someone wants you to be that way. I also love how the relationships and friendships hold Edie together and bring her up. Ed has a very relatable personality and you just can’t help but root for her.

                       Thanks for stopping by, Emily. 

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