Review: Fusion by Tessa Teevan

Friday, November 20, 2015

Synopsis:
Where do babies come from? The question every parent dreads hearing has finally fallen from the lips of six year old Ava Banks, the curious, precocious little girl that you fell in love with in Ignite. Jeremy and Sierra, normally blunt as can be, struggle to find the right words to answer her. So instead, they rewind sixteen years to that one fateful day where a game of Seven Minutes in Heaven inevitably led to life-long romance filled with laughter, love, and many, many mishaps along the way.

Falling in love with your best friend? It's the most incredible thing in the world. Let's just hope it lasts. When the world comes crashing down around you, can even the strongest relationship withstand great tragedy?

Stay tuned for lots of laughs, teenage awkwardness, a few tears, and most of all, mullets. Because what good love story doesn't do business in the front, and party in the back?




My Review:

I have been waiting for Fusion to come out for as long as I can remember. Jeremy and Sierra were just that couple that I always wanted to know about as well as their beautiful baby girl Ava. Their friendship and unbreakable bond seemed so strong and beautiful- and it absolutely was.
These two characters have been best friends since they met one day when they were eight years old. The fact that they grew up and ended up together was inevitable. Everyone around them knew it but it just took Jeremy and Sierra a while to figure it out. Their hardships and bumps in the road only made their relationship stronger. It made them love and appreciate one another on a whole new level than they already did. Jeremy’s character really stuck with me and I loved him. I enjoyed reading this book so much because it gave me a whole new understanding on why they were the way they were and how they got there.
Fusion was beautifully written and put together. Tessa Teevan is truly a gifted writer; she always manages to get to me whether it’s with laughter or a couple tears here and there. There would be times in which I was reading and I would notice that I’ve had this huge grin on my face. I was constantly rooting for the characters (Jeremy) to get their act together and step it up before somebody else came and did what he was so afraid of doing. Reading Fusion only made me want to go back and read the entire Explosive series all over again- I ended up missing the characters from the story and I will probably be going back to read them again sometime soon.



*Disclaimer: An ARC was kindly was provided to Reads By Rose from the author in exchange for an honest review. My reviews will always remain truthful, unbiased and respectful.

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