Friday, March 11, 2016

YA Contemporary READ-2-REVIEW - Sunflower Touches by Cheryl Oblon

Sunflower Touches

Published February 20th 2016
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

The Book Junkie Reads . . . Review of Sunflower Touches. . .
 I am not sure if I could push on with a new family being blended with three new females. Now giving the already estrogen filled home seven females to cope with. Not without pulling some hair out and maybe even kicking a little but along the way. The one really good thing was      getting a friend and a sister that could understand you.

Chloe has some giving up and growing up to do. She has a newly blended family where she is no longer the woman of the house. She has new younger sisters that she need to set an example for and care for. She has a new mother figure in the home and need to give up some of the responsibilities of everyday. She needs to allow someone in to help her and care for her. With young romance on the horizon, she needs to take all the help she can get.

**This eBook was provided by NK Author Serives the author in exchange for an honest review.**

One more Brady Bunch joke, and I swear I will ugly cry in the corner! Dad took seven years after Mom died to find the right woman. My stepmom is nice. I have no complaints but one. Like Dad, she has three daughters. If math is your defect, that's six teen girls in one house. At least, we have a new house, but we also have a forced bonding project. It's not a camping weekend-that'd be lame, but short. We have to share our craft and creative skills as a group to help each other with stuff. That's what I get for offering to help with decorating this drab house. Even worse, it has to be recorded for the parents. Add that to school, boys, friends, and our own stuff...when am I supposed to have any fun? I'm glad Dad is happy, but the sister explosion was never in the plan. I'm the oldest. I'm hoping a stepmom will free me from being mini mom. Maybe I'll find the freedom to pursue my art, spend time with some interesting guys, and enjoy what's left of high school.