Monday, April 25, 2016

Painting Sky by Rita Branches WITH Review ** UPDATED

Painting Sky by Rita Branches 
Publication date: April 25th 2016
Genres: New Adult, Romance

Nobody ever said life was easy...

People pleaser, Jane Skylar wants nothing more than to earn her art degree, start her life, and bask in the bliss of living with her boyfriend.

But things don't always go as planned...

Struggling with her creative side, Jane finds herself in turmoil, often confiding in her roommate - another, more talented art student, Keith Hale. Keith just so happens to be her boyfriend's older, brooding brother. After a devastating breakup, Jane turns to Keith for comfort. But when the lines blur between roommate and lover, Jane's life becomes more complicated than ever before.

When Keith's past comes back to haunt him, their lives all get turned upside down, forcing the truth to surface. Now Jane must fight for what she wants--even if it hurts everyone she loves.

4 Stars

I received an arc of this book free if persuasion in exchange for an honest review.

This was a great book. I really liked the characters especially Jane and Keith. This story was full of fun and growth. It had my heart happy for the most part yet shattered and crushed at a few parts.

Jane Skylar's life is changing for the better yet she seems more scared than excited. She's leaving for college, about to live with new roommates, but already missing her parents. Although she is full of doubts, she's doing her best to adjust to her new surroundings and then.... in enters Keith. Woohoo time to swoon ladies. Keith is such an intense, fun, and exciting character. He is so good for her in so many ways.

I'm excited to have discovered this author. Her writing is raw and fun. Her ability to instantly draw me in and keep me hooked is exciting and impressive. She left me with questions about the story to ponder over and I love this and it makes me want to read more books by her.

Rita Branches is an independent YA (young adult) author who enjoys spending every free moment (when she´s not reading) writing emotional stories. Visit:

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