A Love for the Pages
But June is about to get a serious wake up call when she returns home for the summer after her college freshman year. Stuck somewhere between feeling like a kid again under her parents' roof and being forced to start acting like an adult with worries about her future career, June looks at the library volunteer position offered to her as a way to keep her sanity for the next few months before she can go back to school.
What June doesn't expect to find at the library is her favorite romantic heroes brought to life-all in the same man. Obstinate, prideful and even a bit rude, Everett Rockford shouldn't exactly be "dating material," even if June's heart rate accelerates whenever she's near him. But after discovering his enigmatic past and witnessing a few fiery moments of tenderness, June can't help but see Rochester, Darcy and even Heathcliff in Everett. If she's going to make it through the summer without becoming a tragic heroine in her own story, she has to separate the man from the ideals of fiction in her head. Because if there's one thing she knows about Byronic love stories, it's that they don't always end happily ever after.
I liked the characters in this novel! June was sweet and practical. Her younger brother; Owen was nice but also annoying. Her step-father was a bit of a pushover and I didn't really like him. Everett was rude at first, but he slowly started being nicer. Sinjin, Blake and Addy were also really nice and made the story more interesting!
I liked the plot and the way the story was told. I enjoyed reading A Love for the Pages, it was an interesting and romantic contemporary novel. I would recommend fans of this genres to give A Love for the Pages a try!